• Here's the Governors' report to parents 2005 and here is our 2006 report
  • here we are on the OFSTED site
  • Here we are on the BBC website" in the 2004 tables., the 2005 tables and once again in the 2006 tables.

    Dates for your diary

    School Calendar, DATES FOR 2006-2007

    Here are the important dates as we go through the school year:

    assemblies for this term

    Parents and carers are welcome to attend any Friday assembly, which run from 9.10 9.30am.

    • Fri 08 June: Whole School ART
    • Fri 15 June: Year 5
    • Fri 22 June: Whole School Music
    • Fri 29 June: Year 4
    • Fri 06 July: Whole School ICT
    • Fri 13 July: Year 2

    P.E. DAYS

    • Nursery: Monday & Wednesday
    • Reception: Monday & Friday
    • Year 1: Thursday & Friday
    • Year 2: Thursday (double session)
    • Year 3: Thursday & Friday
    • Year 4: Thursday (swimming) & Friday
    • Year 5: Wednesday & Friday
    • Year 6: Wednesday & Thursday (swimming)

    FROGS events:

    • 08 June 9.30am FROGS meeting
    • 06 July Summer Fair
    • 12 September 8.00pm FROGS AGM

    Dates For Your Diaries

    • Fri 08 June FROGS PTA Meeting 09.30 Staffroom
    • Fri 22 June SEN Parents Forum
    • Wed June 27 Music Evening
    • Thur 28 June Visit to Grasmere, Cumbria
    • Fri 29 June Year 5 Proms In The Park (PM)
    • Thur 05 & Friday 6th July Parent/Teacher Consultations
    • Fri 06 July Summer Fair 3.30pm
    • Tues 10 July Year 2 Music Festival Round Chapel (PM)
    • Thurs 12 July Year 4 Music Festival Round Chapel (PM)
    • Mon 16 July Sports Day, Clissold Park
    • Tue 17 July Year 6 Leavers Party 5.30 7.00
    • Wed 18 July Year 6 Leavers Assembly 09.30

    National Curriculum testing


  • Please note there will be 1 more INSET day still to be decided.
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    Sport, Cricket

    Grasmere in the London Cricket Finals

    Grasmere represented Hackney in the London Primary Cricket finals at Lords on Wednesday, beating New End School in the first match and narrowly loosing to Canonbury Primary in the second match. Grasmere were in the play offs for the final against Deansfield Primary losing with 1 Over to spare, therefore coming 4th in the overall event. Well done to the following children who represented the school:

    Jummy, Harry, Rianne, Louis, Husseyin, Tom, Ben, James, Tiger, Gabriel, Max, Weyland, Asa and Millie.

    The sponsors of the event British Land gave a prize to the team whose parents made the most noise through the whole event. It’s official Grasmere parents were the loudest in London who won us a Kwik Cricket set for the school!

    | # | Sport, Cricket department on 4/24/07; 2:51:31 PM |

    More cricket success

    The Grasmere cricket team came second this week in the London Primary School Competition, beating Clara Grant Primary School (Tower Hamlets) by 34 runs and John Betts Primary (Fulham) by 86 runs. Unfortunately we lost to St Joseph’s Primary (Westminster) by 33 runs. We are hoping the team may be able to go through into the Middlesex finals in November.

    Well done to our team: Lily A., Rebecca, Tom P., Max O. (Captain), Sam C., Callum, Tahmid and Henry.

    | # | Sport, Cricket department on 10/21/05; 1:39:12 PM |

    Grasmere Primary School are London mixed cricket champions

    Grasmere mixed team, who were representing Hackney in the London and Middlesex Cricket finals at Regents Park. We managed to win the competition by beating Westminster in the final game of the day. We have been invited as County Champions to play against other Southern counties next week.

    Congratulations to Jack and Sam Cook, Sam Collins, Sammy Jennings, Aaron Anthony, Max Orange, Henry Tudor-Pole, Marnie Bristow-Harris, Carika Grant and Miriam Stewart. (open image in new tab to enlarge)

    The girls’ team also won through to the County finals on Thursday but this was abandoned due to the attacks in London on that day. The girls’ team walked home from Regents Park after being undefeated in 2 games. The team from Year 6 was Alice, Marnie, Miriam, Shanice, Esther, Carika, Leanne, Matilda and Fleur. Thank you to Gail Bristow for her courageous support on the day the girls will be invited to a cricket festival at Arundel in the summer.

    | # | Sport, Cricket department on 7/8/05; 4:30:30 PM |

    Cricket Coaching

    A five week programme of cricket coaching is currently taking place with Year 2 pupils as part of the Access to Sport scheme. I am delighted to report that the coaches have been very impressed with the skills of our pupils saying they have “excellent potential”.
    | # | Sport, Cricket department on 11/7/03; 4:44:25 PM |