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  • RE Celebration Day

    Published 04/07/19

    The children had an amazing day of party and celebration on Tuesday, as a way for us to say 'thank you' for all their hard work.

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  • Tik Tok

    Published 04/07/19

    Please read here for information and advice about an app that has become popular with young children under 16.

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  • Year One visit the Aquarium

    Published 01/07/19

    Year One had a fantastic time at the London Aquarium on Friday.

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  • Fountain Pen Assembly

    Published 13/06/19

    Congratulations to all the children who received their Fountain Pen today in Assembly.

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  • Sports Day 2019

    Published 06/06/19

    Yesterday, we had another very successful Sports Day, thanks to the excellent planning of Mr Michael, Mrs Nuechtern and Mrs Pearman. Thank you to all the parent helpers who demonstrated and scored at each station.

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  • Sing Up Day Choir

    Published 06/06/19

    Whole School St.Saviour's Digi Choir

    We are proud to feature on the Official Sing Up day video 2019 and be part of a bigger whole. Look out for us at 1.40! 

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  • Our Grading for the SIAMs inspection

    Published 24/05/19
    It is with a great sense of pride and delight that we attach the report for our recent RE/SIAMs report below. We all invest so much into this marvellous school, and it is wonderful to find that someone else realises how special St. Savio
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  • Easter Bonnet Parade 2019

    Published 14/05/19
    Well done to all the children today we took part in our Easter Bonnet Assembly. They were fantastically crafted using a whole range of recyclable materials.  Thank you also to the Year One reps who organised a whole school Easter Egg hunt! Th
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  • Book Week 2019

    Published 12/03/19

    We had a wonderful Book Week at St Saviour’s with each class focusing on a story written by Anthony Browne. The children explored the meaning of his stories through the detailed pictures.
    The children have done some excellent work in response to their stories!

    We also enjoyed the St Saviour’s reading breakfast. It was wonderful to see so many families sharing stories together. Books aren’t just for bedtime – they’re for breakfast too!

    The costumes this year were phenomenal. The children and adults in the school had gone to great lengths to dress up as their favourite characters! It was great to see a range of books represented.

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