Refugee Week

On Tuesday 21st June over one hundred people in Merton joined together to celebrate Refugee Week.  Five of our pupils, who live in Merton, were invited to attend the event and shared their ideas on why Refugee Week is important.  At the event they heard music and stories from refugees and asylum seekers. They also heard from pupils from another local school, local councillors and the Mayor of Merton.

 

 

Students develop very high levels of positive behaviour and feel extremely safe. They are very considerate, very respectful and caring of others and highly positive about learning.

– Ofsted report

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Primary Graduation

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Alumni Get Together

On Friday 1st July we were joined by over 40 former St Philip’s students for our annual alumni event.  We hosted the event at St Philip’s and former students enjoyed some refreshments and a chance to catch up with old …

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Parents’ Coffee Morning

On Wednesday 13th July 2022, the parents of our Key Stage 2 pupils were invited in for a coffee morning.  This was an opportunity to see the wonderful work their children have completed over the course of the year while …

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Prom for Class of 2022

We were delighted that so many students from Years 10, 11 and Sixth Form were able to join us for this year’s Prom. Everyone dressed to impress in a colourful array of glamorous dresses, smart suits or favourite party outfits. …

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