Look who won the competition to guess the number of sweets in the teddy. Well done with your guess of 130 - there were 129 in the teddy!
Children enjoyed attending the winter fayre yesterday where there were arts and crafts, games, competitions and tombolas!
Starks Field enjoyed a Flash Mob today.
Children and staff enjoyed a spontaneous dance.
The Flash Mob performed the Macarena in the sunshine
Parents of Year 2 enjoyed an informative assembly on Kenya.
Year 2 are learning about Kenya as part of our forthcoming International Evening event on the 15th June.
Tickets for the event are on sale now. Please ask at the school office.
Edmonton MP Kate Osamor spoke to children at a special assembly on 28th April and toured Starks Field.
Year 5 lobbied our MP on ensuring education for children across the world.
Year 5 enjoyed another cooking workshop with Kinder Kitchen, who are passionate about food, home cooking and promoting a healthy lifestyle
Staff dress up as their favourite book characters for World Book Day at Starks Field.
Children enjoyed a multi-faith assembly on 19th April presented by a vicar, a rabbi and an imam.
No Smoking at the School Gates Competition Winners
Parents joined children for the spaghetti and marshmallow challenge as part of their science week activities.
Children enjoyed dressing up as'mad scientists' and donated £1 for the continuing development of the school library on Thursday 30th March.
Children in Year 3 have been given the opportunity to participate in free Bikeability Training. Level 1 is designed to give your child control over his/her bike and takes place in groups in a space away from traffic. This safe, structured and standardised programme is designed to make your child a more competent cyclist and prepare them for cycling on the road. Year 4 and 5 will be participating too!
Year 5 enjoyed a visit to Nightingale Academy on 29th March to attend an event promoted by the Parent Support Advisor Network in partnership with London Borough of Enfield Regeneration. The event was aimed at pupils in Year 5 and above, to promote employment in the Construction Industry. There is an urgent need to attract more young people to the construction sector and change people’s perception of construction careers – this includes young people, parents/family members and the wider community.
The trip was free and children who attended had the opportunity to learn more about the construction industry. Local construction companies were present, so children had the chance to take part in a number of practical hands-on activities, for example: block paving, tiling, using a fibre optic camera in pipework, using a scanner to search for underground piping, 3D printing, plastering, roofing, painting and decorating, electrical installation, soft landscaping, etc.