Autumn Term at

Livingstone Primary School.

A new school year!

A note from Mr Thornes

Hello and welcome to Livingstone Primary School and our website. 

It's a really exciting time for me having recently started as Headteacher and I'm looking forward to both the challenges and the experience. 

Livingstone is an incredibly warm and friendly place, reflected by both our staff and pupils. We love active learning and active minds here and there's always huge amounts going on across the year groups. The welcome I've received here has been wonderful and the children feel as passionately as I do that this is a great place to be. 

What I do know is that we have a fantastic team of staff here and that we are all trying our hardest to improve every pupil and make sure that school life is fun, stimulating, varied, rigorous but enjoyable. 

I've been in lessons every day so far, and that's exactly what I see. Happy children, feeling a part of a team that feel they can succeed. 

In the future I'll be working with the staff, pupils, governors and stakeholders to move the school forward together and make the Livingstone experience an even better one. 

Thank you.

 

Our Mission Statement

Opportunity for all to Succeed

At Livingstone, we are proud to be an inclusive school which provides a high quality, creative and challenging education.

Our secure, caring and happy environment encourages children to have high expectations of themselves in all aspects of school life.

 Our Aims

  • To create a welcoming and inclusive environment to all families.
  • To build children’s self esteem and promote respect for themselves and others.
  • To recognise that every child is unique and to develop individual talents.
  • To develop high expectations for everyone at Livingstone, leading to excellence.
  • To provide a 21st century education where children are confident and can contribute to their global community.
  • To promote the health and well-being of our children and families
  • To ensure that all stakeholders understand the vital role and contribution they are expected to make to the continuing success of our rapidly growing school..

We have a new school Facebook page to help you keep up to date with news and events at Livingstone.

Please visit 

https://m.facebook.com/LivingstonePrimary/ 

 

Friends of Livingstone Primary School (PTA) need your help! 

Find out more about what we do by clicking HERE

Please click the picture below to visit our facebook page where you can keep up to date with the latest school events.

An opportunity to learn to play the guitar at Livingstone Primary School! (Age 7+)

Where to find us:

 

You will find some useful on-line sites, supporting the children's learning below:

         

Uniform...a reminder

Children should be coming to school in school uniform every day (except for some PE days).

A full list of school uniform can be found here

No patterned leggings, trainers, denim or hoodies please.

CHRISTMAS FAIR

Thank you to those who came and supported our Christmas Fair on Wednesday 5th December.

There was a lovely atmosphere and we made over £700 for the school!

 

Also thank you for supporting the Save the Children Christmas Jumper day on Friday 14th December.

There were some wonderful Christmas jumpers on display!

 

 

A huge well done to the Livingstone Super Singers who performed at St Pauls Christmas tree festival on Friday 7th December. They sang brilliantly and were great ambassadors for the school!

 

Some guidance for Anti-Bullying week (12th November)...

MUFTI DAY!

Thank you for supporting our mufti (non-uniform) day on Thursday 19th October to raise money for the RSPCA, a charity chosen by the School Council.  We raised over £300!

 

Holdenby House

Year 4 had a very exciting and informative trip to Holdenby House on Wednesday 19th September. The children took part in a World War 2 experience day as part of their topic work.

The children had the chance to experience making Woolton Pie and a range of other seasonal wartime foods and learned about the weekly ration. They also tried knitting and making rag rugs for a Make-Do-and-Mend Drive. They were shown how to keep safe during war time by using Air Raid Shelters and Gas Masks. The Major, convalescing from a war wound, spoke about the items he carries in his kitbag and other wartime safety matters.