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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    Happy half term!

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    SMSJ @smsj_london - Oct 22

    SMSJ are proud to We value and celebrate our diverse community! https://t.co/dN7GrldXKu

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    SMSJ @smsj_london - Oct 22

    Student Ambassadors were happy to give feedback to the catering team this morning, and sampled new offers on the menu. https://t.co/yJIIscVJgP

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  • SMSJ @smsj_london - Oct 21

    Another day, another great football result. Well done year 7! 4-1 makes us proud…

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    SMSJ @smsj_london - Oct 21

    6S wrote amazing History essays this afternoon on the Industrial Revolution. Photo taken at 3:21pm after a week of assessments, too. Outstanding commitment to learning 👏 https://t.co/ILdtIHJdY7

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    SMSJ @smsj_london - Oct 21

    Busy professional development training this evening as primary and secondary staff share ideas regarding metacognition https://t.co/toDYeSLDSj

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    SMSJ @smsj_london - Oct 21

    We’re very lucky to have Tolu working with us on behalf of the Church. Here he is delivering a lesson on diversity to year 7. a multi faith, multi racial diverse community. https://t.co/PfgZ5q4DKA

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    SMSJ @smsj_london - Oct 20

    Year 6 sent a letter to the elderly, following on from our learning of ageism, based on the book ‘Harry Miller’s Run’. https://t.co/1KKZ5qvspS

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    Are you worried about a friend or is someone you know struggling with thoughts of suicide, please ring HOPELINEUK for free, confidential support and advice. https://t.co/Abkqe9Vi3q

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    With half term around the corner, there is always help available if you need it. If you or anyone you know is struggling with thoughts of suicide please contact HOPELINEUK for free and confidential support and help. https://t.co/sSPLqhlykB

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    So good to be back playing fixtures…even better when we win 7-3!

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    SMSJ @smsj_london - Oct 19

    A fantastic poem composed by on of our year 6 students on National Poetry Day, which was based on climate change and inspired by Rakaya Fetuga. https://t.co/sp5STL1257

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