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Mini Vinnies Festival 2019 - posted 18th Jan

All Newham deanery primary schools joined together on the 17th of January for this years Mini Vinnies Festival. The children from each school were able to present on what being a Mini Vinnie means to them as well as sharing with each other the activities that they have completed over the last year.

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Home Design Project - posted 14th Jan

Pupil's of St. Helen's have been working together with their parents in our whole school Home Design Project. We had an overwhelming response from the school community. A wide range of entries were received, ranging from a mini washing machine to a giant light up snowman. These photographs show just some of the projects.

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Primary School Engagement Program - posted 11th Jan

As part of the Primary School Engagement Program the metropolitan police delivered workshops to pupils across the school. They gave pupils information to make better choices as they are growing up. The presentations covered various topics to help mould their characters and personalities to get them ready for challenges they’ll face in the future. ​

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Christmas Nativity Play - posted 11th Jan

As everyone in school is preparing for the Christmas nativity play, the pressure is on! The traditional nativity is unpacked as each class prepares to present different elements of the original story, and we are treated to a behind-the-scenes look at what really happens when children in schools up and down the country ‘do’ the nativity.​ St. Helen's also get a visit from some very important guests!

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Custom House & Canning Town Community Neighbourhood Lights - posted 6th Dec

The School Choir supported the annual Community Christmas Lights Switch on Event last Thursday. There were many school choirs from the surrounding areas. All choirs were enthusiastic and inspiring. Residents thoroughly enjoyed the evening with performances from children and adults through their songs and performances. Approximately 500 people were in attendance and celebrated when the lights were switched on by Cllrs Ann Easter, Cllr Shaban Mohammed and Cllr Rohit Dasgupta.

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