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  • 07/03/21

    w/b 08.03.21: We look forward to seeing all children back in school from Tuesday 09.03.21. We are all very excited to be welcoming everyone back again.

    Dear All, I sincerely hope that everyone in your family and those who are close to you are safe and well, and that you are as excited as we are to welcome everyone back! 
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  • 05/03/21

    World Book Day 2021

    World Book Day activities at Lathom Junior School commenced from Tuesday 2nd March and came to an end on Thursday 4th March (World Book Day).  This is a celebration of authors, books, illustrators and off course – reading.  Although life is quite different this year, this did not det...
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  • 28/02/21

    School remains closed for most pupils this week, but we look foward to seeing you all soon.

    Dear All, I sincerely hope that everyone in your family and those who are close to you are all safe and well. Last week the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson announced that schools will be re-opening to all children from Monday 08.03.21. Please keep checking this website, your text me...
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  • 28/02/21

    Women's History Month 2021

    Monday 1st to Wednesday 31st March is Women’s History Month.  It is a time dedicated to raise awareness of and to celebrate women’s achievements in all spheres and walks of life. The Theme for 2021 is "Valiant Women of the Vote: Refusing to Be Silenced...
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  • 26/02/21

    Year 6 Air Pollution Virtual sessions 2021

    Air Pollution continues to be a major environmental health hazard for Newham residents.  Year 6's persuasive writing unit culminated in two virtual information sessions on Thursday 25th February 2021 to showcase students' learning and engage in discussions with East Ham MP, Stephen...
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  • 21/02/21

    School continues to be closed to most pupils

    Dear All, I sincerely hope that everyone in your family and those who are close to you are safe and well, and that you have managed to relax a little and enjoy the half-term holiday.  We look forward to the announcement from the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson regarding when school wil...
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  • 01/02/21

    Children's Mental Health Week 2021

    From 1st to 7th February 2021, schools, other organisations and individuals across the United Kingdom will participate in Children’s Mental Health Week.  This year’s theme is ‘Express Yourself’ and we would like to encourage all children to think of creati...
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  • 31/01/21

    School continues to be closed to most children

    Dear All, Thank you all for your on-going support.  I sincerely hope that everyone in your family and those who are close to you are safe and well.
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  • 26/01/21

    Holocaust Memorial Day 2021

    Every year on the January 27th we commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day. The significance of the date is that it was the day that Auschwitz-Birkenau, the largest concentration camp in WWII, was liberated from the Nazi regime. We remember the millions of people murdered during the Holocaust, under Nazi...
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  • 24/01/21

    School remains closed to most children

    Dear All, Thank you all for your on-going support.  I sincerely hope that everyone in your family and those who are close to you are safe and well.
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  • 19/01/21

    Letter from Sarah - Headteacher

    Dear All, I hope you are all safe and well.  Please find time to read the letter attached below, it gives you lots of information about all of the different things that are happening at the moment.
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  • 31/12/20

    Delay to school re-opening January 2021

    Dear All, I hope that you are all keeping safe and well and that you have been able to enjoy being together over the school holiday. Yesterday the Government announced that there would be a delay for some Primary Schools in re-opening next week, Newham is one of the authorities that this...
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