Clubs and Activities

SMSJ actively encourages pupils to further their own learning or talents out of the classroom.   We offer a variety of clubs and groups at lunchtimes and after school that provide enjoyable and enriching activities, which enhances the learning that takes place within school hours.

The clubs and activities that run each term depend on staff availability but have included the following:

Art

Lego 

Book

Phonics

Tennis

Sewing

Rugby

Boys football

Girls football

Ballet

Drama

Handwriting

Gardening

Newsletter

KS2 Choir

STEM - science

Debating

Worship Warriors

Story telling

Multi-Skills

 

We encourage the children to bring in any certificates, trophies or medals that they have earned outside school for any hobbies such as sport, instrument playing etc. Their photograph is then taken for our school “Well Done Board” which celebrates achievement in and out of school. 

Please click here for clubs in the Spring Term 2019

School Journey

Children in Year 2 and Year 6 have the opportunity to go on a residential school journey.  The children derive an enormous amount from this and the other trips that take place during the school year to enrich the curriculum.  Every effort is therefore made to ensure that the costs associated with travel, accommodation and food are kept to a minimum.

 

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    SMSJ @smsj_london - Jul 23

    These primary students were delighted to receive their official prizes for excellent participation, team work and sportsmanship during our recent sports day events! https://t.co/p2Ce6dZShU

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    SMSJ @smsj_london - Jul 21

    Year 5’s had a great time making vegan pancakes in the food room this morning https://t.co/KkTsriTL7Z

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    SMSJ @smsj_london - Jul 20

    SMSJ staff have been painting Crosses of Hope ready for our new start back in permanent classrooms in September. The standard set has been high! Watch this space as others rise to the challenge… https://t.co/hR44z69mmQ

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  • SMSJ @smsj_london - Jul 19

    Happy 96th Birthday to Jack Petchey . SMSJ are proud and grateful to work with you!

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    SMSJ @diolondoncyw - Jul 19

    We're recruiting! We're looking for someone to lead our new School Minster in Hendon. It's an exciting opportunity to develop this innovative new work, building it from scratch over three years. Could it be you? Apply now! 👇 https://t.co/IKot9hYdSf

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    https://t.co/41acZciYn3 Summer holidays are nearly here! Why not include the 4 week challenge in your plans?

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    SMSJ @smsj_london - Jul 16

    Year 4 have been busy designing and creating rainforests in their DT lessons linked to their English text, The Great Kapok Tree. https://t.co/RxkoYhrM9X

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    SMSJ @smsj_london - Jul 16

    Year 5 had a great time at the church field this morning as part of an end of term reward for all of their hard work. Learning here how to play 4 way cricket! https://t.co/ac46p89BYB

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    SMSJ @smsj_london - Jul 16

    Our primary school children have written heart felt letters to Marcus Rashford to offer their support and stand against Racism https://t.co/zMHA1fwI69

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    SMSJ @smsj_london - Jul 15

    Year 12 have enjoyed some off timetable time this week, space to focus on themselves and their futures. https://t.co/QhzBU1UEq6

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    SMSJ @mdxedliaison - Jul 15

    And that's a wrap on our Intro to sessions with wonderful year 6 students! It was amazing to see students creating their very own Lego and getting a taste of life 😊 🎓 Would you like a visit from our team? Email: educationliaison.ac.uk https://t.co/BZbeejIqSd

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    SMSJ @smsj_london - Jul 15

    Year 8 calculated the volume of the staff room water bottle today, and were delighted to learn they were only 1 litre out! https://t.co/FAr3PTsRyG

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