School inspectors from Ofsted will be visiting the school tomorrow and the day after, Wednesday 20th September and Thursday 21st September. A group of inspectors
Welcome to all of the new starters joining our Reception (Year R) classes this week. They will attend for half a day (either morning or
Most of you will have heard on the national news of the problems some schools are facing from concerns that their buildings are unsafe as
The new school year begins next Tuesday 5th September 2022. Years 1 to 6 All children in Years 1-6 return to school on Tuesday 5th September.
St Matthews Primary School will be changing the way parents order school meals from the start of the academic year in September 2023. You must
The new Premier League season begins this evening, with Burnley playing against the reigning champions Manchester City. But we are more interested in the Saturday
Active Luton has joined the Chatty Café scheme. Active Luton is proud to announce its new partnership with The Chatty Café scheme, a scheme which
REVISED AND UPDATED FOR SEPTEMBER 2023 All children must take part in PE lessons – it is a compulsory subject within the National Curriculum. Children need
WEDNESDAY 2ND AUGUST LUTON CENTRAL LIBRARY 1.00pm – 4.30pm
Today we are announcing an increase in the fees for our Around the Clock Club. You will see from the above flyer the specific details,
Understanding the digital world isn’t easy. FREE workshop to learn about managing children’s safety and screen time online Tuesday 27th June 10 – 11am at
In March we marked Careers Week at St. Matthew’s. We spent the week thinking about different jobs we might like to explore in the future.
In February, we marked Children’s Mental Health Week here at St. Matthew’s. The theme for the week was ‘Let’s Connect’. We thought about the people
Congratulations to everyone connected with Luton Town Football Club — directors, staff, players and supporters — for achieving promotion to the Premier League at Wembley
Fourteen years ago — in 2009 — Luton Town Football Club were relegated from the English Football League Division Two and spent five years playing