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  1. China Trip

    Posted on: Tuesday 18th June 2019

    China Trip Some of our lucky Year 6 families, along with several Highgate Primary staff, recently went off to China for an incredible adventure, kindly supported by London Southbank University Confucius Institute. What an experience… Do read the school trip newsletter here, written by the children themselves: China Trip Newsletter  

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  2. Blooming Marvellous

    Posted on: Monday 3rd June 2019

    Blooming Marvellous Two brilliant local garden centres, the Sunshine Garden Centre and the Alexandra Palace Garden Centre, generously support Highgate Primary School by donating £20 worth of garden centre vouchers to the school for every £100 spent by the school community. Parents and staff who shop at either garden centres, keep their receipts and put them in […]

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  3. Cookery Studio

    Posted on: Thursday 16th May 2019

    Cookery Studio We are thrilled to let you know that this summer we will convert a room at school into a new Cookery Studio for our whole community. Our mission is to improve the health of our diverse, multi-generational community by bringing people together to inspire a love of excellent food through extraordinary education. We […]

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  4. OmVed Gardens Trip

    Posted on: Wednesday 8th May 2019

    OmVed Gardens Trip Last week the Green Council were fortunate to go on a fantastic school trip to OmVed Gardens, an incredible garden, exhibition space and food hub in Highgate. The children took part in four workshops to highlight the natural world and the dangers of climate change. Their eyes were opened to: Bee keeping […]

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  5. Michael Batoux’s Tomato Soup

    Posted on: Thursday 25th April 2019

    Michael Batoux’s Tomato Soup    Serves 8 A thick and smooth soup. Perfect balance between the natural sweetness of the carrot and the natural sourness of the tomato. Ingredients: 4 x 250 tin of chopped tomatoes 1 Onion 4 cloves of garlic 3 large carrots 750 ml  water ½ tsp oregano Method: Peel and chop the carrots […]

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  6. Alexandra Palace Children’s Book Awards

    Posted on: Wednesday 3rd April 2019

    Alexandra Palace Children’s Book Awards  Our Year 5 children and some very keen readers from Year 6 had a fantastic trip to Alexandra Palace on 2nd April for the Alexandra Palace Children’s Book Awards. Many of our children had read all 6 shortlisted books and all had voted for their favourite which was to be […]

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  7. Woodland Trust Trees!

    Posted on: Friday 15th March 2019

    Woodland Trust Trees     A huge thank you to The Woodland Trust for donating over 100  trees to Highgate Primary this week. The Woodland Trust is on a mission to ensure everybody has the chance to plant a tree. Our Green Council had a fabulous time planting some of the trees, despite the rather […]

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  8. World Book Day

    Posted on: Friday 15th March 2019

    World Book Day We are thrilled that both Highgate Primary and Blanche Nevile made it into the special Ham & High supplement for World Book Day this week. Follow the link below to see the great photos on page 3 and 4 or buy a copy of this week’s Ham & High. It was […]

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  9. Children’s Mental Health Week

    Posted on: Tuesday 5th February 2019

    Children’s Mental Health Week   We are extremely proud of the support we provide for children’s mental health at Highgate Primary School; placing a strong focus on wellbeing, early intervention and holistic working with staff, parents and children. We currently have 15 therapists who have sessions on-site with over 50 children weekly. This is further complimented by four, gorgeous, well-being dogs (including […]

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  10. Nativity

    Posted on: Sunday 23rd December 2018

    Nursery & Reception Nativity We are so proud of our youngest children for their confident, original and adorable Nativity, which was performed to the school on Tuesday and families on Wednesday. Thank you so much to all the parents for their support and to the children for working so hard on their show.

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