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  • 11/03/24

    World Book Day 2024

    Great fun was had on our World Book Day celebrations!
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  • 08/03/24

    World Book Day competition winners - Story Jars!

    Story Jar competition winners - 2024!
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  • 29/02/24

    Double victory at French Eisteddfodd!

    Huge congratulations to Year 5 & Year 6!
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  • 31/10/23

    School closed on Thursday (2.11.23) & Friday (3.11.23) due to Storm Ciaran.

    School Closed on Thursday and Friday due to Storm Ciairan.
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  • 16/10/23

    Strike Days - Tue 17th & Wed 18th - School closed

    School will be closed Tuesday 17th & Wednesday 18th October due to strikes.
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  • 21/06/23

    New videos added to website!

    Two new videos have been added to our website - Welcome to St Luke's is on our "Home" page & Oracy is on "Our Learning" page.  We hope you enjoy them! 
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  • 05/01/22

    Nursery & Breakfast Club Closed - Thursday 6th & Friday 7th

    Temporary class closure: Nursery & Whole School Breakfast Club
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  • 10/11/21

    Year 5 visit the States Chambers

    Year 5 recently visited the States Chambers to debate "Should all Jersey Schools become non-uniform?"
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  • 12/02/21

    Maths Display - current maths across the school (Feb 2021)

    The shared area display boards have been changed - new content = Maths learning across the school.
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  • 08/01/21

    Covid-19 arrangements

    H&S guidelines & Risk Assessments + collection & drop off info
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  • 29/11/20

    Important information re: Nursery emailed home today!

    Temporary class closure for pupils due to staffing absence.
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  • 16/10/20

    St Luke's Day - 18th October

    St Luke was the patron Saint of surgeons and artists.  Here is some more information about our namesake.
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