Welcome

Welcome to our Neale House Campus area of the website.  Our objective within the primary phase is to ensure that your child is excited to begin school and attends each day with the belief that ‘With God, all things are possible’.   Throughout our Early Years Foundation Stage and Key Stage One, we motivate each child in a positive way to help them to find interest, satisfaction, enjoyment and a sense of achievement in their schoolwork and a sense of wonder in the world around them. 

Our care combined with high quality teaching, enables our children to become confident learners, to build strong relationships and to begin to take full advantage of a broad and rounded education.

Children within our primary phase follow the National Curriculum and at Key Stage 2, an increasingly challenging academic programme promotes and secures high levels of progress.   SMSJ children in our primary phase have specialist staff for subjects such as Physical Education, Music, Drama, Dance and Modern Foreign Languages.  As an all through school, our children also have access to specialist facilities for Food and Nutrition, Science, Performing Arts and Physical Education.  

SMSJ is a community, involving staff, pupils, governors, parents/carers and the local parishes of St Mary's and St John’s. We have very high expectations of both the behaviour and learning of everyone in our school and place a strong emphasis on the shared Christian and British Values which are an integral part of our curriculum.   Our children at Neale House learn, develop and practice our core values of WisdomService and Hope alongside the other Christian values including those of friendship, compassion, respect, tolerance, forgiveness, thankfulness, perseverance and humility.   All values which underpin our ethos and vision.

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    SMSJ @smsj_london - Sep 25

    Year 13 participated in a personal statement workshop with Professor Vincent Walsh from UCL #aimhigh#university https://t.co/uufnoekNMY

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    SMSJ @smsj_london - Sep 25

    Congratulations to our deputy head girl - a 2:1 in her essay on the human rights impacts of the Belo Monte Dam. She is part of the K+ programme run by King’s College London and is now eligible for a reduced offer to study at King’s! Amazing from our first 6th Form cohort! https://t.co/JutzpZUvNL

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  • SMSJ @smsj_london - Sep 24

    Thank you for your feedback which has been passed to the Head of Primary. Please don’t hesitate to communicate any concerns directly to the Class Teacher or Head of Phase so that we can discuss them with you. Regards, SMSJ.

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    SMSJ @smsj_london - Sep 24

    A socially distanced in the staff room today. Hoping to raise lots of money for a very worthy cause! https://t.co/yMjgkzy69b

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  • SMSJ @smsj_london - Sep 23

    The first RS Essay Competition of 2020/1 is here! Please see the announcements on your RS Classcharts for details...

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    SMSJ @smsj_london - Sep 23

    Year 7 are kicking off their secondary education by pondering on this huge question.... https://t.co/cKa9m4XvY1

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  • SMSJ @smsj_london - Sep 21

    LkS2 equally enjoyed Here We Are, writing about a space they appreciate in their world and writing a book review.

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    SMSJ @smsj_london - Sep 20

    The ‘Here We Are’ unit has sparked amazing discussion and ideas in Year 5. Poetry about the world around us and a letter to our local MP about maintaining positive environmental aspects of lockdown are just some of the fantastic outcomes over the past 2 weeks. https://t.co/1THO02G3yP

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    SMSJ @smsj_london - Sep 19

    Year 1 drew pictures of all the things they like on our planet 🌏, inspired by “Here we are” What do you like most about our planet? https://t.co/fcTrxZVCKB

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  • SMSJ @smsj_london - Sep 18

    L’Shana Tova to our Jewish neighbours in Hendon.

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    SMSJ @smsj_london - Sep 17

    Nursery have been using the book by and focused on the two page animal spread...naming the animals that live on our planet 🌏and drawing their favourite ones https://t.co/ZBEJN3ytQH

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    SMSJ @smsj_london - Sep 17

    the Reception cohort loved their book to take home today https://t.co/zYbJ4WuCOm

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