Well done to all the children who took in the School Cross Country event. Seeing 400+ children run either 1, 2 or 3 laps of a 500m circuit. Read More
Life At Lourdes
Carmel, Fatima, Lourdes and Walsingham are facing tough competition to see who is going to become 1of their 4 house captains! This year Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 are part of the house system therefore, there were more votes to be won. Read More
Year 6 enjoyed their residential trip at Windmill Hill, Sussex. Apart from sleep deprivation, they are all having a ball!Read More
On Wednesday 28th March, our Year 2 choir travelled over to Canvey Island to take part in the Infant Music Festival. Singing alongside four other schools and supported by friends and families they performed songs based on the theme of Colour including their individual item, Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Yellow Polka Dot Bikini. They were absolutely BRILLIANT! Mrs. O'Kane is one very proud music teacher! Read More
We had a wonderful week of books and book related activities culminating in an amazing assembly where we enjoyed watching all the fabulous extreme reading photos and parading in our character outfits.Read More
8 very excitable girls attended at Netball tournament at Alleyn Court! OLOL started off with a tough 1-0 loss to a strong West Leigh but went on to draw 0-0 against Hamstel. Read More
On the evening of Thursday 2nd March 2017 our fabulous Choir and heavenly Harp Ensemble took part in Southend Makes Music, a four night run of concerts designed to showcase musical talent in Southend's schools. Our 99 - strong choir took to the stage first and wowed the packed theatre with three songs: I Will Follow Him (Scarlett Perry as soloist), the beautiful Hallelujah (with Poppy Chambers as vocal soloist and Mrs Jane Dench, Mum to Charlie in 5A, as cellist) and finally our favourite song this year, Naughty from the West End musical, Matilda. Every child gave the performance of their lives bringing some of the audience to their feet! Our Harp Ensemble, alongside some of our past pupils and their tutor Louise O'Connor, then very confidently performed a series of pieces to a hushed audience (many who have never seen eight harps being played at once). They were joined in their final item by St Mary's Handbell Group. We then rounded off the evening in a rousing finale alongside Edwards Hall and St Mary's choirs! Huge congratulations to every single child that took part, and thank you to Mrs Moonie, Mrs Kidd, Mrs Kwasnica, Mrs Sullivan, Mrs Hopkinson, Mrs O'Connor, Mrs Dench and Mrs Ferrington who gave up their evening to help it all run so smoothly and to all the families and friends that help prepare the children at home and support them so enthusiastically when they perform - what a team!Read More
Here are a few comments from the children in year 2 about their trip to Tower of London:
It was a fun day and I enjoyed seeing the beefeaters!
By OliviaRead More
We have a great week planned for the children this week.
These are a few of the highlights:
Monday: we are looking at and discussing our favourite books.
Tuesday: is ‘The BIG read’. Between 9.00 and 9.30 EVERYONE in the entire school will be reading quietly, children, teachers, office staff, Mrs. Sullivan.Read More
For the past three weeks a small group of boys from Years 4 and 5 have been working alongside Mrs O'Kane and our special visitor, Mr Tom Appleton. Tom is a professional singer who with the world famous Monteverdi Choir and a guest conductor of the National Youth Choir of Great Britain. The project was funded by a grant from the "Friday Afternoons Project"/Snape Maltings in conjunction with Southend Boys Choir.Read More