Bush Hill Park Primary School

020 8366 0521

Main Avenue, Enfield, EN1 1DS

Mrs Anna Theodosiou

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Pool Party - 19th July

Pearl Class Nursery children enjoyed an end of year pool party with their friends and teachers to mark their time in Nursery. It was a fabulous sunny day and the water was warm to splash and play in. Their laughter could be heard across the playground and smiles filled their faces!



ECDL Presentation - 19th July 

Join us in congratulating our parents in passing their ECDL Essentials Exams! They have been on a challenging journey of computer research and study to become certified computer experts.  



Bush Hill Park's Got Talent - 18/19th July

Another year has come to an end and with it the opportunity for our amazing and talented students to showcase one or more of their many skills. Children gave performances in a fun filled afternoon... but the winners will be revealed on the very last day of term. 



Visit to Tottenham Hotspur FC Stadium - 15th July

Since SATs ended Bronze Class have been studying stadiums; students looked at the budget for building a new stadium, the supplies and even created models of their planned stadiums. The students worked super hard on them so it was a nice reward to spend time looking at the Spurs stadium as they are also building a new structure. Overall a very fun day.



Summer Festival and Non-Uniform Day - 15th July

The Summer Festival was a great success! Lots of fun was had by all and FOBHPS will let you know how much was raised very soon!


 Pictures coming soon


Enfield Town Park Day of Sport - 15th July

This event was an opportunity for our children to participate in some unusual events. With Tri-Golf, Boccia and Guided running on the itinerary each school was given a country to represent. To represent Brazil we wore green and yellow t-shirts and the children draw flags to hold throughout the day. Music was played and all schools got to perform a dance and integrate which was great to see. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed themselves and the day had a great festival feel to it.



Rotary Club Presentation - 13th July

Congratulations to this year's winners of the Martin Heraud Memorial Prize for outstanding progress. Also, a big thank you to the Rotary Club of Bush Hill Park for providing a picture dictionary for every student in Year 6.



Robin Hood Year 6 Performance - 13th July

Join our Year 6 students on a fantastical performance -with a twist on the classic famous story. Also, a huge thanks to our special guests and teachers who have supported our children all the way through. 



SEN Inclusive Festival - 12th July

Seven children from the school were invited to the SEN Inclusive Festival at Edmonton Cricket Club. The children had an action packed morning and participated in a number of sports such as tag rugby, cricket, squash and tri-golf. All 7 children had a brilliant time and gave every activity 100%. A massive well done to all 7 children. 



Outdoor Learning Day at Forty Hall - 6th July

A group of Year 6 children had the opportunity to take part in an Outdoor Learning Day at Forty Hall. The aim of this event was to support our pupils with the transition into Secondary School and to provide the opportunity for the children to work with children from other local Primary Schools. The children took part in a range of outdoor activities which required them to work together, including:

  • Designing and making boats from natural materials
  • Learning about the Manor and whittling sticks
  • Building waterproof and camouflage dens
  • Creating a bug hotel
  • Making artwork from leaves, sticks and stones
  • And drawing the landscape



Rounders Cluster Winners - 6th July

Since Easter, Bush Hill Park Primary School have been part of a Rounder’s Cluster which is made up of 4 other local schools in Enfield. The rounders team consists of 10 children from year 5 & 6 who travelled to Prince of Wales School to participate in 4 rounders matches. The team played fantastically and we won 3 games and drew 1. As a result we were the winners of our group. Congratulations to our team!



Broomfield Football Academy - 3rd July 

As part of engaging with local sports clubs in the area we are currently working alongside Broomfield Football Academy to help develop our girls football team. Every Thursday after school Broomfield Football Academy run a girls football club. We hope that this link will not only develop our children’s football ability, but also encourage the children to attend the club outside of school. Broomfield Football Academy run girls training sessions every Thursday 6pm-7:30pm at Enfield Playing Fields behind Southbury Leisure Centre, if you would like more information please speak to Miss Silva (Sports Coach).



Tamaraneh Cup Football Tournament - 1st July

Bush Hill Park Primary School took part in the Tamaraneh Cup Football Tournament held at Houndsfield Primary School. We took a mixed group of boys and girls from years 4, 5 & 6 and entered 2 teams.  Both teams performed exceptionally well in the group stages finishing 2nd and 3rd, one team therefore progressing to the semi-finals. Unfortunately the BHP team who played in the semi-finals fell slightly short of reaching the final by losing 4-2 to very good opponents. Overall both teams gave a great account of themselves, representing both the school and themselves in a positive manner.



Nursery Sports Festival and Picnic - 1st July

Despite the rain showers Nursery children enjoyed a fun filled Sports Festival and class picnic. Thank you to all the parents and carers who came to support the day and made it so enjoyable.

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Poetry Festival - 1st July 

Some of our Year 4 pupils took part in a Poetry Festival with other schools from Enfield. Year 4 have been working with the poet Kat Francis for the past term and some of the children were selected to share their work at the festival. Mrs Hylton, Mr Crook, Miss Pearson and Mrs Husband attended and were very impressed by their ability to perform in front of an audience and the quality of their work.

Pictures coming soon


Royal Court Theatre Company - 30th June

Our thanks to the RCTC for performing a show called Primetime that consisted of 8 brilliantly creative and wonderfully original plays written by school children aged 8-11.

Pupils in Year 6 also had the opportunity to take part in a writing workshop with the show’s creative team, aimed at engaging pupils in the process of playwriting, developing literacy skills and hopefully finding the playwrights of the future!

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Youth Games - 30th June

16 young BHP dancers from years 3-6 travelled all the way to Crystal Palace to perform their dance piece as part of the London Youth Games. Their first achievement of the day was to arrive at school at 7:30am as it was a long journey across London by public transport! Representing Enfield, our pupils did themselves proud with their manners, their behaviour and two amazing dance performances.

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Visit to Lords Cricket Ground - 28th June

Year Six children went to Lords to watch a cricket match. It was day three of a four day match. We were pleased to see the home team Middlesex batting against Lancashire.
The highlight of the day was a guided tour around the ground. Our friendly and informative guide, John, told us many interesting facts about the ground and the history or cricket. As part of the tour we got to go into the press box where there was a brilliant view of the match. We saw the original Ashes trophy and the replica crystal trophy which is presented to the winner of the Ashes test matches between England and Australia. The day finished with a chance to play some cricket on the Nursery Ground.



Kwick Cricket - 27th June

Bush Hill Park Primary School participated in the Kwick Cricket Cluster matches where they played against 5 other Enfield schools. The team performed fantastically well on the day winning 4 out 5 matches, making them potential league winners. They had a great team spirit and really played well as individuals and as a team. The performance left staff members feeling very proud of the team’s achievements. Hopefully the success continues…



Go Enfield Go Festival -24th June

As part of health and wellbeing week, Turquoise class travelled down to Lee Valley Athletics Centre on Friday 24th June for the KS1 Go Enfield Go Festival. It was a busy but fun afternoon where the children participated in a number of different multi tasks events with Tottenham Hotspur Football Foundation coaches supporting the event. The children had a brilliant afternoon and really enjoyed themselves.



Gardening at the John Jackson Library -24th June

A group of green-fingered students visited our local library and children’s centre to help out in their garden. The children worked hard weeding, trimming and planting flowers that will introduce some colour over the coming months. A big thank you to all those involved.



Sports Day at the Lea Valley Athletics Centre - 23rd June

Bush Hill Park Primary School moved to Lea Valley Athletics Centre for the day to host the annual sports day. It was a huge event where every child from the school competed and represented their classes in various events where world class athletes train. The atmosphere was amazingly positive and the children relished the opportunity to express themselves! Our parents showed great support on the day, with many staying to support their children and participate in a parent’s race at the end. On the day it was amazing to see every child so active. The event was a huge success and one that made every staff member of Bush Hill Park very proud!

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Borough District Athletics Competition - 22nd June

Children from year’s 3,4,5 and 6 travelled down to Lee Valley Athletics Centre to compete in the annual Borough District Athletics competition. Leading up to the competition all children had been attending regular training at school as well as our local athletics track, QE2 Stadium in preparation. The children competed in 800m, varying distance sprint races, hurdles and relay. Every child gave 100% with lots finishing in the top 4. Erencan from Bronze class performed fantastically winning his hurdles race and gaining a qualification spot in the finals on Wednesday 29th June. As a school Bush Hill Park performed amazingly and out of 24 schools we came 7th which is a brilliant achievement.



Circus Skills Workshop for Year 1 - 14th June

As part of the learning for their IPC topic, the year one classes recently took part in an exciting circus day! The day began with a professional circus performer demonstrating the skills, followed by workshops giving all of the children a first hand opportunity to practise and refine a range of skills including feather balancing, plate spinning and scarf, ball, club and Diablo juggling. Taking part in the activities also gave the children an opportunity to develop their confidence when learning something new as well as their resilience in improving how they performed the skills to share them successfully in an assembly for parents, carers and the reception classes. It was lovely to see so many parents and carers on the day!

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SEN Football Festival

Tottenham Hotspur Football Club Training Ground - 14th June

Eight children from the BHPPS were invited to the SEN Football Festival, they were very lucky as the festival took place the Tottenham Hotspur Football Club Training Ground. The children had a fantastic morning being taught lots of football skills by Tottenham Hotspurs football coaches. A massive well done to all 8 children - it was an energetic morning!



Southend-on-Sea - 13th June

In Year 2 for IPC we are learning about different types of countries and their climates. We went on an exciting trip to Southend on Sea to experience a day at the seaside.

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Queen's 90th Birthday Picnic - 10th June


On the 10th June everyone wore red, white and blue and our whole school met on the field to celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday. The children sat with their Houses and spent the afternoon getting to know other children in the school. Everyone made themselves party hats and each class took part in a  Royal Bunting competition. Well done to Mauve Class Y5 for winning the competition with their Queen Elizabeth inspired royal bunting!
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Year 5 & 6 Tri-Golf Competition... Runners Up -9th June

Year 5 & 6 children travelled to  Bush Hill Golf Club to participate in the Enfield Tri-Golf Competition. Tri-Golf is a primary schools vesion of golf, but made easier by using plastic clubs and rubber balls. The children competed against 8 schools in Enfield over 8 different activates such as Bullseye , Dominoes and Drive For Show scoring points at each station. All 10 children played exceptionally well and worked so hard throughout the competition with excellent teamwork. This paid off as the team finished second overall missing out on 1st by just 7 points to Capel Manor Primary School. A massive congratulations to the team, Miss Silva is very proud of each and every one of you and how well you represented the school.



Basketball Competition - 8th June

Bush Hill Park Primary School participated in the annual Enfield borough basketball tournament which was held at Bishop Stopford School. We took a mixed group of 4 boys and 2 girls and played 6 games in total. Competition was fierce on the day, however, our team managed to put in some very respectable performances. Despite this we fell slightly short of qualifying for the knock out stages of the competition. On the day the team showed great spirit and represented the school in a fantastic manner.


Attendance Week - 6 to 10th June

We would like to thank all Parents/Carers and children who supported our Attendance week. 

Whole School Attendance June 2015 – 95%

Whole School Attendance June 2016 – 96%

Congratulations to Jade Class who got 100%!! You are now the proud owners of the ‘school attendance cup’ – Well Done! Keep up the good work everyone.

Don’t be late – be on time! School begins at 8.50am



Mole - 2nd June

There is a new member of Bush Hill Park who arrived two weeks ago.
His name is Mole but he's a Syrian hamster!​
He has come to fulfill an important role - that of 'Therapy Hamster'. If anyone at Bush Hill Park is particularly upset, Mole's gentle nature, his softer than soft brown fur, his tiny paws and twitchy pink nose soon help to calm them down and cheer them up.
Welcome to Bush Hill Park Primary School Mole!



Queen's Garden Party - 24th May

Our Sports Coach, Miss Silva received a special invitation to attend the Queen’s Garden Party at Buckingham Palace. The Queen welcomes guests who have made a positive impact in their community to spend a relaxed summer afternoon in the beautiful gardens of Buckingham Palace. Miss Silva was invited as she was a top fundraiser for a charity in 2015 when she ran the Virgin London Marathon.



Quad Kids Athletics - 24th May

Bush Hill Park Primary School took part in the annual Quad Kids Athletics competition. 10 of our children participated in four events, the 75 meter sprint, the 600 meter run, the long jump and the vortex throw. All of our children competed well with a few managing to win some events. Our stand out performer on the day was Shardon-nay who won her 75 meter sprint and finish 4th out of all of the girls in the Enfield Borough. Overall, the teams at the competition were very well matched and the overall points total between teams were marginal. We managed to finished in a very respectable 7th place out of 12 teams. On the whole our children enjoyed the day and put in some amazing performances that everyone at Bush Hill Park Primary School can be proud of.​



Junior Citizens Event - 23rd May

All of year 6 attended an interesting and informative Junior Citizens Event. The event was held at The Nightingale Academy in Edmonton and was organised by the local community Police officers.
They attended a number of workshops including safe travel, healthy eating, fire safety, e-safety and first aid. They learnt about keeping safe and how to put someone in the recovery position. The aim of the day was to help prepare them for the transition to secondary school.



Summer Disco - 20th May

It must be the Summer Disco. Our thanks to the FOBHPS team for a fab night out!

Check out the pictures in our gallery.

KS1 pictures
KS2 pictures


Car Less Talk - 20th May

Imagine Laurel and Hardy trying to present a serious scientific lecture and you can probably imagine what would have happened. In the show the problems of pollution and road safety and the benefits of cycling and walking were explained in a visual and entertaining style.​



The Big Dance - 20th May

We joined dancers from across the UK to perform a simultaneous dance choreographed by Akram Khan. Take a look at the video in our gallery to see how we got on.

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Tag Rugby Festival - 19th May

Bush Hill Park Primary School participated in the Enfield year 3 and 4 Tag Rugby festival held at Enfield Ignatians Rugby Club. We took a mixed group of boys and girls and played in 6 matches where we managed to win 2, draw 1 and lose 3. Our team fell slightly short of qualifying for the next round of the competition, however displayed some good performances on which they will only improve. The team showed great potential and a fantastic team spirit on the day.​



Cricket Competition - 17th May

Bush Hill Park Primary School along with many other Enfield schools were involved in a Kwik Cricket competition held at Edmonton Cricket Club. Our team competed valiantly in all games but unfortunately fell short of qualifying for the semi-finals. Our children thoroughly enjoyed the event and left feeling positive about their performances. On the whole the team represented the school proudly, in a fantastic manner and should definitely be pleased with themselves.​




Big Dance 2016 - 6th May


The Big Dance Pledge 2016 is an opportunity for dance groups across the world to take part in a united dance performance. Anyone can take part in Big Dance as it is inclusive of all ages, levels of experience and types of body. As part of the UK-wide Big Dance programme, this 2016 edition is created by choreographer Akram Khan with an original music track by composer Nitin Sawhney.
We were lucky enough to welcome Cheryl from the Sadlers Well's Theatre who spent the afternoon teaching our dance ambassadors the 4 minute routine. Watch this space for more information about the forthcoming event.


Year 4 visit to the Natural History Museum - 5th May


Peach, Apricot and Orange enjoyed a lovely school trip on a beautiful sunny day to the Natural History Museum. To consolidate their learning of volcanoes, earthquakes, and natural disasters, they visited the Red Earth exhibit. The children learned about Pompeii, the San Andreas Fault and how Pangaea separated to become the continents that we know today. There was even an earthquake simulator!  A good time was had by all.​


Hatching chicks in the Nursery - 27th April

In Pearl Class-Nursery the children had the opportunity  to observe the start of new life as chicks, from a hatching programme, hatched out from eggs. They learnt to care for a living thing by feeding, cleaning and being gentle with the chicks...

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Matilda the Musical at the Cambridge Theatre 27th April 2016

Ten lucky pupils ranging from year 2 to 6 went to watch Matilda the Musical at the Cambridge Theatre. The pupils were winners of this year’s Book Week and were nominated by their Class Teachers for fully immersing themselves with the activities, workshops and lessons that took place during Book Week. Ms Theodosiou and Mrs Husband accompanied the children who were exceptionally well behaved. It was a thoroughly enjoyable afternoon and an overwhelming experience for the pupils – one which they will always remember!

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What's On Menu - 26th April

As part of our 'What's on the menu?' entry point, Bush Hill Park had it's very own pancake restaurant, with lemons and bananas on offer as toppings. Jazz music could be heard and there were plenty of chefs and waiters/waitresses. Some children even sampled poppadoms with mango chutney and lime pickle.



Parent Workshop - 25th April

We invited Y1 parents in to inform them about the Y1 phonics check that takes place in June. 


St George's Day Lunch - 22nd April

Our lunchtime staff served up some traditional grub in celebration of our patron saint.
On the menu: Fish and Chips with Mushy Peas, Quorn Sausages and Chips with Baked Beans and Eaton Mess. 



Coffee Morning News - 22nd April

Today we had visitors from the Enfield Parent Engagement Panel. They spoke to our parents about the voluntary work they do across the community and how our parents can get involved and do the same. It was a fantastic turn out. Many parents have signed up to train as Parent Champions with Enfield.



Year 5 Enterprise Challenge - 18th April

For five weeks, each Wednesday afternoon, a group of children from Year 5 went to Enfield Grammar School to participate in an Enterprise Challenge. Alongside a number of other local primary schools they worked in teams, supported by year 9 students from Enfield Grammar, to plan, design and make an educational board game. They developed many skills and had to present their finished product to a panel of judges in a Dragons Den style final. We are pleased to report that children from Bush Hill Park School were in both the second and first placed teams! Well done Andrea, Jacob, Andrew, Anisa and Robyn.

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Paradise Wildlife Park - 15th April

Pearl Class Nursery visited Paradise Wildlife Park to enhance their learning about Animals and Patterns. They saw the patterns on the animals and then rode on the tractor with the tiger pattern. They had a great day!

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Poet in Residence - 12th April

Year 4 are extremely lucky to be working with the poet Kat Francois this term. They will be writing poems based on 'A Voice For All'. At the end of the project some children's poems will be published in a book along with children from local schools and some children will get to perform their poems at a Poetry Festival on the 1st July 2016.

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Headteacher's Awards - 24th March

Once again it was time to celebrate the achievements of our hard working children. Congratulations to the recipients of the coveted Headteacher's Award for exceptional hard work and effort!​ 


Year 5 & 6 Netball Cluster - 22nd March

Our Year 5 & 6 netball team traveled to Kingsmead Secondary School to participate in the Enfield Netball Cluster. The netball team have been training really hard every Tuesday after school and this has paid off... We had two games to play in our cluster, our first game was against Suffolk’s Primary School, the girls played fantastically well as a team with some great interceptions and passes which resulted in a win (3-1). With no rest we were back on court ready to play Capel Manor Primary School. Thrilled by their victory the girls came out fighting and produced some high quality netball which resulted in another win (3-2). A massive well done to the team, everyone performed exceptionally and they should all feel proud of themselves.




Sports Relief - 18th March

Every child at Bush Hill Park from Nursery - Year 6 participated in Sports Relief. For this event our children had to run or walk for a mile and wear red and white in an attempt to raise money for a great cause. Every child managed to complete the challenge and contribute to making it a fantastic day filled with lots of fun. As a school we managed to raise an amazing £820.50 which will go towards helping improve the lives of others.

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Dance Festival, Millfield Theatre - 17th March

Last night BHP Dance Club dancers did themselves, their families and their school proud.  They performed as part of the London Borough of Enfield's dance festival at Millfield Theatre the dance they have worked on for over nine weeks after school on Tuesdays as well as countless lunchtimes.  Before and after the show the dancers' behaviour and attitude in representing their school was wonderful and their performance was full of artistry, expression, energy and joy.  The event was not a competition, but all felt like winners when they heard the explosive applause of the audience.  Our dancers are so talented, but above all they have worked hard for their achievement.  Congratulations!


Year 3 Maths Workshop - 14th March

Our Year 3 children and their parents spent three enjoyable sessions engaged in practical maths activities. 

Pictures coming soon 


Three Little Pigs - 12th March

As part of their IPC topic work Turquoise Class in Year 1 have been learning about different materials. As you can see in the picture they made their own brick house from clay styled on the sturdy house that the third pig built.



BHP Boys vs Galliard and Houndsfield - 11th March

Our boys competed in two football matches against Galliard and Houndsfield. Unfortunately we did not get any points out of these matches, losing 4-3 and 2-0. However, the boys showed great spirit and a fantastic work ethic managing to create lots of chances. Outstanding performances in these fixtures from Ronnie of Year 4 impressed as he played against older children. Overall, two brilliant games that were both played in good spirit.



Cross Country - 4th March

Bush Hill Park Primary School participated in the year 3 and 4 cross country running event at Lea Valley Athletics centre. The Boys and Girls put in some brilliant performances and showed great character to complete the race without stopping. We had a number of well-placed runners with Ersid coming 9th and Rylee coming 11th out of 50 runners in the boys event. in the girls event Abigail and Julia put in great performances finishing 13th and 20th respectively. Collectively our children put in an outstanding performance and represented the school excellently.  


Girls Football Match - 3rd March

The girls football team have been training really hard every week, the team where eager and ready to play another cluster league match on Thursday against Chesterfield Primary School. It was a home game at  on the school field and saw lots of parents, children and staff coming out to support the girls. We played a positive game with some dangerous attacks and some great defending. At half time we were 1-0 down, but the girls were determined to come back and score in the second half. Unfortunately in the second half Chesterfield manged to score another goal and the final score was 2-0 to Chesterfield Primary School.

The girls demonstrated some great football and exceptional teamwork, we are certainly heading the right direction. Chesterfield Primary School nominated Latarliah as the player of the match for some fantastic saves in goal. A big well done to all the girls that took part and we are looking forward to our next game on Wednesday at home, so please come down and support our girls!


Cycle Confident - 2nd/3rd March

Pia and Matthew have been helping our Year 3 and 4 children work towards a Bikeability Level 1 Certificate. The course is aimed at getting children to enjoy cycling and give them the basic skills to develop into future as road cyclists.

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Book Week - 29th Febuary to 4th March

This year’s Book Week was a fantastic celebration of reading and our favourite authors. Children from Nursery to Year 6 have had the opportunity to take part in interactive workshops, the whole school has enjoyed the books of David Walliams and produced some high quality work around the texts. On Thursday children dressed up as their favourite characters to celebrate World Book Day and we were really impressed with the amount of work and imagination that went into their costumes! With thanks to: Amy/Explorabox, Stephan & Jeremy/Bigfoot Arts and Valentino/Freshwater Theatre Company. 

 Pictures of the day            /             Workshop pictures



Sainsbury's Active Kids Paralympic Challenge - 26th February

With less than 200 days to go until the Paralympics, 10 children from Bush Hill Park school were given a fantastic opportunity to participate in a 60 minute visually-impaired sprinting​ masterclass with Paralympian Libby Clegg and Britain's fastest female sprinter and Olympic hopeful Dina-Asher Smith. The masterclass was part of a new initiative to get more young people involved in inclusive sport ahead of the Rio 2016 Games.

Shardon-nay was very lucky to be paired up with Dina Asher-Smith and said:  "I had a blindfold on at first so didn't know straightaway that I was paired with Dina! It was really inspiring to be with a famous athlete who helped me to run. Wearing a blindfold was quite scary but I trusted her as she explained what to do to made me feel comfortable."  

Classmate, Catherine was with Libby Clegg for the challenge, and added that it was good to train with children from a school where students had special needs saying, "It was nice being with the other school. Even though we are different we are all the same. No matter what your disability we can do the same things. Libby can run really fast which is so cool."

It was a brilliant and inspiring day for all 10 children who you can see in action by clicking the clip on the right! There is also a media release from Youth Sports Trust about the day, the link is below

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Cake Sale - 26th February

To all our parents/carers, staff and children:

Thank you so much for all the lovely cakes you kindly donated towards the cake sale last week. So many of you purchased cakes and made voluntary donations towards our very special cause. We raised the magnificent sum of £805.47!

This will be split between the two lovely families – possibly Tesco vouchers, where the families can purchase food, home essentials, clothes, electrical items or whatever is needed to help along the way. We will keep you updated with the children’s progress.

Thank you once again.
Sophie Smart 

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Chinese Food - 11th February

To celebrate Chinese New Year our wonderful kitchen staff prepared a lunchtime feast. On the menu...

  • Sweet & Sour Chicken with Egg Fried Rice
  • Street Noodles with Sweet Corn Cobbets
  • Banquet Cake and Mandarin Oranges
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Pop-up exhibition at Enfield Grammar Lower School

Purple Class went on a trip through time when they visited the Enfield Grammar Lower School. After spending time in class learning about the different countries and soldiers involved in World War I and II, they visited a pop up exhibition to see artifacts for themselves! 

The children became detectives when they had to look through old shoe boxes full of clues about different soldiers. They read letters from soldiers' loved ones, saw medals and even got to wear hats and goggles which some would have been worn at the time. Purple class even had fun playing old board games which would have entertained soldiers when they were not on the battlefields or in the trenches. 

Everyone enjoyed the visit and the pupils now have a better understanding of how different communities from around the world worked together to create the place we now live in.

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Year 6 e-safety workshop -10th February

Ashley Rolfe from Education Child Protection Limited spoke to our Year 6 students regarding online safety.

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Food Tasting - 10th February

Parents and carers were invited to come along and sample our new lunch menu here at Bush Hill Park Primary School. The written feedback we received was really positive, but the empty plates said it all!

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E-safety for Parents - 10th February

Mr Singh and Mrs Smart held free E-safety Parent workshops this week, showing parents how they can support their children at home in this digital age. Our children spend a lot of time using digital devices and carryout very many different activities whilst online. How can we check what they are doing? How can we ensure they are safe? Follow the link below... 

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Doctor Bike - 9th February

An experienced mechanic came to school check our children's bikes were in good order. He made minor adjustments and repairs there and then and advised parents if there were any more complex fixes needed to keep their children safe while out riding.


Headteacher Awards - 23rd October

One of many children who collected a certificate for exceptional hard work and effort this half term.