Category Archives: News


TFL’s STAR Award


We are proud to announce that Crowland Primary School has been awarded Gold level Accreditation and School of Excellence Walking award by TFL’s scheme, STARS. STARS is designed to inspire young Londoners to travel to school sustainably, actively, responsibly and safely by championing active travel behaviours like walking, scooting and cycling. We were recognised for […]

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Raising Money for St Joseph’s Hospice


Mr Winnard will be running the London Marathon 2017 to raise money for St Joseph’s Hospice, Hackney. To help him raise as much as he can we will be holding weekly cake sales. Each week, a different year group will be in charge of bringing in delicious cakes to be sold after school. This week, […]

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School Government


The school government is now is session! Each class elected two representatives to express their views, ideas and concerns during government meetings. All the school government members received their officially badges this week and, with their new Prime Minister and deputy, had their first meeting about we could improve the school.

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Crowland has voted!


It was a closely fought campaign. The candidates worked hard for every one of their votes. In the end the pupils of Crowland voted for their Prime Minister and there can only be one winner. Congratulations to Channelle, our very first Crowland Prime Minister, and Duyen, our very first Crowland Deputy Prime Minister. We are […]

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Election Day


After inspiring speeches, honest manifestos, eye-catching posters and memorable slogans from all four hard-working candidates, it was time for the pupils of Crowland to vote for their first ever Prime Minister. Class by class the pupils were invited into our very own polling station to vote. Each booth had a prefect on hand to provide […]

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African Drumming!


Sebastian our African performer delighted  pupils  with his drumming and dancing rhythms. This was the culmination of a great week of Black History events. The theme this year was focused on Black composers and the children have enjoyed listening to a variety of genres of music from black artists.   Sebastian, taught the children how to […]

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