General | January 29, 2015

Trumpets and trombones!

With thanks to the Worshipful Company of Musicians, pupils at Old Ford will enjoy a trumpet and trombone workshop on Tuesday 10 March!


General | January 24, 2015

Read the 23 January newsletter

Read about:

  • attendance awards and star pupils
  • nursery closure dates
  • important safety information about parking
  • coffee mornings on Thursdays

…and lots of other information!

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Uncategorized | January 14, 2015

Important music dates for 2015!

  • 30 January – Young Voices – at the O2 Arena
  • 6 May – the EYFS musical – 2:30-3:00pm
  • 26 June – the Y6 musical – 2-3pm
  • 17 July – whole school summer concert – 11am-12noon

The full academy calendar is available here.

Uncategorized | January 9, 2015

First newsletter of 2015!

Read about:

  • reception admissions
  • parking outside school
  • free school meals
  • young mayor of Tower Hamlets

…and lots of other information!

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Newsletters | January 8, 2015

Read the18th December newsletter

Read about our latest news at Old Ford Primary in our weekly newsletter. Newsletter 20151218


General | January 7, 2015

Amanda Phillips awarded CBE in New Year’s Honours List

Amanda Phillips awarded CBE

General | January 6, 2015

Old Ford Bugsy production – summer 2014

General | January 6, 2015

Old Ford summer concert 2014!

General | January 6, 2015

Term dates for 2014-15

Term dates for 2014-15 are available here.

General | January 6, 2015

Old Ford Primary Welcomes Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge

Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge visited the Beaver colony which is based at Old Ford Primary on Tuesday 16 December 2014. Her visit was to mark the launch of the Scout Association’s Better Prepared project, which aims to work with local communities to open new Scout groups in 200 areas around the country where Scouting can have the biggest impact.

The aim is to ensure that even more children have the chance to experience fun and adventure through Scouting, while developing skills that will help change their lives.

The Duchess, who is an official volunteer at Scouts, delighted young people and their leaders with a visit to their Scout HQ at Old Ford Primary. During the evening, The Duchess enjoyed taking part in activities with the Beaver Scouts, helping to raise disability awareness. Activities included learning how to communicate through sign-language and navigating through activities requiring co-ordination while blind-folded.

Carlos, a volunteer at the Scout Group, said: ‘It was definitely a memorable evening. We were all so excited to see The Duchess at our Scout HQ and the Scouts loved doing the activities with her. The Duchess is such a great ambassador for Scouting; her support will hopefully encourage more adults to volunteer.’

[Some copy taken from The Scout Association]


Last updated January 6, 2015