On Tuesday evening, at St. Barnabas Church, 31 members of
the St. Gregory's choir joined forces with six other local
primary schools for the ESMA Spring Concert. This made a
total choir of around 220 children! Eleven songs were sung
together on the theme of travel e.g. by wind, rocket or even
one's imagination. Each...
St Gregory's Hockey and Tag Rugby teams went to Featherstone
school to competed in the Ealing Borough finals at
Featherstone School this week. Both teams played extremely
well scoring many tries/goals. Our hockey team finished 3rd
in the borough and rugby-tag team won the finals and will be
representing Ealing in the London Youth Games...
St Gregory’s hosted another brilliant World Book Day this
year. The pupils made a huge effort to dress up as
characters from their favourite books and share their
stories too. The day kicked off with ‘The Big Read In’
where classes got cosy with a book in their classrooms,
playground and even corridors! All of...
We have been preparing for the Centenary Memorial of
Armistice Day at school. Pupils have shared research
accounts of persons who gave their lives during WW1. Mr.
Gristwood led a special Commemorative Assembly Service in
the school hall today after which Juniors observed two
minutes’ silence. Classes laid poppy wreaths at the feet
of our silent silhouette. On Monday, Google...
Year 4 have had the wonderful and unique experience of
visiting St. Augustine’s School Farm this week. The
children were able to feed and pet the tame hens, pigs and
sheep that are kept on site. These informative visits have
helped to deepen the children’s descriptive writing
vocabulary as we continue to study our class...