The pantomime season is fast approaching and again we have arranged a family pantomime. Gary Starr Productions will perform Peter Pan at 1pm on Saturday
Next Thursday 13th December, we would like everyone to come to school wearing Christmas jumpers, or Christmas-coloured clothes — reds, greens, whites, golds — the
Foundation Stage Disco Monday 17th December 2.00 – 3.15pm £1.50 per child The children may wear their disco clothes to school and they will finish
Our Girls’ Table Tennis team travelled to Bedford on Friday afternoon to compete in the County Finals of the School Games Table Tennis Competition. Competing
A programme of open community eventsfrom 1st to 24th December. From 1st – 24th December in High Town, there is singing, arts and crafts, live
School Christmas dinner will be on Thursday 13th December. If your child normally has packed lunch but you would like them to have Christmas dinner
YEAR RTuesday 11th DecemberWillow 9.00 – 9.45amHedgehog 10.00 – 10.45amDuckling 1.30 – 2.15pmPoppy 2.30 – 3.15pm YEAR 1Cherry Rabbit Snowdrop WrenFriday 7th December1.30 – 2.30pm
Our Year 5 and 6 Football and Netball Teams have played matches against other Luton schools recently. FOOTBALL Wednesday 14th November FARLEY 1ST MATTHEW’S 5
The Parent Friendly Network is a small group of local people who are committed to making High Town a great place to be a parent.
St Matthew’s Primary School has been invited to take part in a study on air pollution and children’s health which is being carried out by
COMING SOON TO A CINEMA NEAR YOU! For a number of years, we have been taking children to the cinema as part of the Into
Our programme of class assemblies is taking a break during the lead up to Christmas. We resume our schedule after the Christmas holiday with the
This Friday, we will be supporting the BBC’s Children In Need campaign once again by making the day a NO UNIFORM DAY. We are asking
Happy Diwali to everyone who is celebrating the Festival of Lights. We hope you and your families have an enjoyable time.
Halloween Safety Bedfordshire Fire and Rescue Service want everyone to enjoy a safe spooky Halloween, but every year many adults and children are injured when