If you have a safeguarding concern outside of school hours and think that a child is being abused or neglected please contact the out of office hours Southwark Council Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH) and ask for the emergency duty team. If you think a child or young person is at IMMEDIATE risk, you should treat this as an emergency and call 999 to report your concerns to the Police.

Having a Coffee Morning is the perfect chance to catch up over a cuppa and a slice of something delicious for a great cause.

One in two of us will face cancer, and the money you raise at the Coffee Morning will be donated to help everyone with cancer to live life as fully as they can.


UPDATE: We raised £82.72 for this cause – thank you to all who contributed

Many children often need help with calming down from strong emotions. When children need help to calm down, help them to notice the emotion, name it, and pause.  Once they have calmed down, you can address their behaviour or problem-solve.  Learning to calm down is an important part of learning to understand and manage emotions.

These useful prompts, can help to support a child to regulate their emotions.


Welcome back to all of our families & friends!

We hope you had a good summer and are ready for the new school year!

Here are some useful tips for you and your child, to help with a smooth transition back into school life.

Please do come and speak with us, if you have any questions or need support with any aspect of your child’s progress at school.





Southwark’s Summer of Food & Fun 2022 programme will be running over the summer break.

There will be loads of fun activities for children of all ages to enjoy and participate in.

Please see contact details on the flyer for further information.




As both children and adult students learn English, the benefit of ESL is that they can communicate with native-speaking friends and family within the community while reaching out to people who communicate only in English. This can bridge the gap between families and the rest of the world.

Please speak to Kamla if you would like more information on this organisation.

As half term approaches, you will be spending a lot more time sharing meals together as a family.  Family mealtime is when everyone at home sits down and enjoys a meal together. This can be at breakfast, lunch, and/or dinner. It has been shown that families who eat together are healthier and happier.

Eating together helps build a close relationship with your children. It gives everyone in the family a chance to learn more about each other. Eating together as a family gives the children an opportunity to learn and practice their social skills, table manners, and conversation skills.  Your children are more likely to eat a variety of healthy foods if they see you doing it first. Try to include food from each of the five food groups.

These are skills and lessons your children will use for life.

We thought this guide would be useful to encourage positive meal time interactions with one another.

Please speak to Kamla if you would like more information or advice on parenting issues.

22nd April is  Stephen Lawrence Day.
Please remember that like most young people, he juggled an active social life, school work, family commitments, and part-time employment. But he also had ambitions to use his talent for Maths, Art, and Design to become an architect and wanted to have a positive impact on his community.
Tragically, his dream of becoming an architect was never realised. On 22 April 1993, at the age of just 18, Stephen was murdered in an unprovoked racist attack. He didn’t know his killers and his killers didn’t know him.
After the initial police investigation, five suspects were arrested but not convicted. A public inquiry into the handling of Stephen’s case was held in 1998, leading to the publication of the Macpherson Report, which has been called ‘one of the most important moments in the modern history of criminal justice in Britain’.
It led to profound cultural changes in attitudes to racism, to the law and to police practice. It also paved the way for a greater understanding of discrimination of all forms and new equalities legislation.
The Stephen Lawrence Foundation uses the hashtag “ALEGACYOFCHANGE to help amplify the cause.  If you are on social media you can show your support by using the hashtag on any Stephen Lawrence posts and / or by following the foundation on social media platforms.
RIEP Stephen Lawrence​


Please check out these wonderful community options for the Easter Holiday break.

E Safety Safeguarding Quiz MARCH 2022

We have noticed a rise in issues regarding the use of online social media platforms and devices.

Please check out our quiz (click on link), to see how much you know about how we work to ensure that all pupils are safe when online and to open a discussion with your child or other family members.

Remember, we are always available to speak with you about any concerns or advice you may need about keeping safe online.

Remind your child NOT to share any personal information online and to ensure any online accounts are only accessible by close family and friends.


Easter Holiday Club Flyer 2022


Please check out the flyer (click on link) for a community based ACTIVITY PROGRAMME FOR CHILDREN &YOUNG PEOPLE during the Easter Holidays