As recognition for your perseverance, compassion and positivity, we will be awarding Star of the Week certificates to a small group of children every Friday.
We will award one to every child before the school year ends, so be sure to share your experiences and achievements with us.
You can share your news on Purple Mash, during your fortnightly catch-up call, in school or in an email to the school blog.
There are so many ways to contact us and we love hearing from you.
Swipe the image below to see this week's recipients
A big well done to all of you.
You have made us very proud.
National Sports at Home Week - Day 5
Today's activity is AGILITY CHALLENGE.
Our final activity is the Agility Challenge. In this event you will need to move as quickly as you can through the obstacles in just one minute.
Can you move quick enough to score some points?
You have now practised all the events for SPORTS DAY at HOME, you are now ready to host your very own Sports Day.
Don't forget to use the Sports Day at Home Pack to make your day a success.
National Sports at Home Week - Day 4
Today's activity is the RELAY RACE.
National Sports at Home Week - Day 3
Today's activities are the OBJECT BALANCING RACE and the EGG and SPOON RACE.
National Sports at Home Week - Day 2
Today's activity is UNDERARM THROW.
The underarm throw is the our next activity.
Use these resources to work on the accuracy of your throw, so you can shine in this event!
Do you like sports?
Did you know Broadbent also restored Tyburn convent?
Saint Thomas and Saint John Fisher - The English Martyrs
From these humble beginnings, the school was moved to nearby Chamber Street, where four women, dedicated to working with the poor, set about teaching the children in the school by day, and adults at night. The Holy Family Sisters arrived in April 1870 and continued providing education for adults and children, before it had become compulsory for all.
English Martyrs Catholic Primary School, St Mark Street, London. E1 8DJ
Tel. 020 7709 0182