Author Archives: Melissa Law

  • Football Tournament

    Year 3 and 4 took part in an inter schools football tournament where we fielded a girls and boys team. With many competing in their first ever football match, let alone tournament, all the adults in attendance were extremely proud! It was fantastic to see so many superb examples of teamwork, resilience and, I am very happy to say, goals! With both sides recording multiple victories, all the pupils left the pitches tired but very happy. Congratulations to all that took part.

  • STEAM hosted by the Royal Institute

    To celebrate STEAM Week, The Cavendish School would like to invite you and your families to an evening show in St Mary’s Hall hosted by The Royal Institute. All ages welcome. 

    We look forward to seeing as many of you as possible on the evening. 

    Please note, this is a ticket only event (free of charge). Please click on the link below to secure your tickets.https://www.eventbrite.com/e/steam-week-community-show-hosted-by-the-royal-institute-tickets-862830277587

  • Coffee Morning!

    Come to our Coffee Morning on Wednesday 8th May from 9.00 -10.00. 

    The theme is Managing Common Behaviour Challenges.

    After the meeting, there will be an opportunity for you to stay and discuss individual concerns.

    We really value this support for parents in our school community and hope that you will be able to come.

    Find out more from  Oonagh Pierce (SENDCO)

  • Camden Spring Slam

    Year 4 have been competing in the SPRING SLAM. This is a Times Table contest for Year 4 Camden Schools. We came 5th out of 25 schools. In the final week 15 out of 25 children in our class scored maximum points. Really well done Year 4!!

  • #LetGirlsPlay

    On Friday 8th March, girls from Years 5 and 6 enjoyed an opportunity to play football at Haverstock Secondary School in support of #LetGirlsPlay. It was a tremendous occasion and the girls were proud to represent our school team after taking part in an inter-school league earlier in the year.

    After arriving at Haverstock, the girls took part in a morning training session, spurred on by young leaders at Haverstock, who cheered them on and boosted their resilience. They were ready and excited to take part! During the games, our pupils rose to the challenge playing fantastic football against secondary school pupils. Whilst there, they also met some VIPS, including Fara Williams,  Sir Keir Starmer and Mark Bullingham! These famous faces were friendly and supportive and helped our girls realise the importance of the initiative. The girls spoke with confidence whilst being interviewed about how much football means to them.

    Back at school, our Year 6 girls supported Hawley’s younger players during our #LetGirlsPlay training session. They ran their own events for almost 50 girls in Years 1-6!

    Overall, it was a fantastic opportunity and we hope to encourage more girls to take part in sporting activities and events in the future!

  • Red Nose Day!

    Red Nose Day is on Friday 15th March we are looking forward to celebrating the day by wearing a funny hat to celebrate.

  • #LetGirlsPlay

    Next Friday (8th March) Hawley is proud to be running a #LetGirlsPlay football training session after school for all Hawley girls Year 1 and up. It will be a brilliant opportunity to help build a love of sport and an opportunity to discuss the importance of keeping a healthy lifestyle throughout life. Please keep an eye out for a letter coming home.

  • World Book Day!

    At Hawley, we are celebrating by dressing up as a character from a book. Remember, there is no need to buy anything new, but instead think creatively about what you have at home. Ask your child about the book they are reading in class. Could they come as one of the characters? We will be holding a World Book Day Parade on Thursday to enjoy all the wonderful costumes!

  • Zebra Crossing

    As you are all aware, we have been concerned about the safety of the zebra crossing outside of our school for some time. We have tried different measures to get traffic to slow down, however even our lovely bollards were  stolen within a week of being purchasedAbu Kibrya, parent of children in Year 3 and Year 4, has been speaking to our local councillor, Pat Callaghan, about our concerns. She has arranged for a meeting to take place at   Castlehaven, with her  and TFL to discuss the issue on Thursday 8th February 6:30pm  We need as many parents as possible to attend the meeting

  • Place 2 Be

    Just in case you missed this information in our previous newsletter, we are sending it out again. If you are going through a challenging time as a parent, Parenting Smart might be just what you need! 

    This website shares practical tips to support children’s wellbeing and behaviour using very quick reads and short videos. It is well worth having a  look.  Please click on the link below –

    https://parentingsmart.place2be.org.uk/