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The Good Shepherd

Catholic Primary School

“I am the Good Shepherd; I know my own and my own know me”. John 10:14"


As well as the study of Shakepeare's plays in KS2, the younger children are encouraged to find out what they can about William Shakespeare during Show and Tell sessions and through class projects. They love to visit other classes and present their findings, models and writing to others.

World Book Day!

Entering a writing competition gives our young writers a real sense of purpose and ambition. Their confidence is further boosted by seeing their work published!

Children's Parliament Winners 2022

More than 80 pupils, aged between 10 and 11 years old, discussed weighty issues including air quality, light pollution, river cleanliness and the importance of green spaces in London at the annual Children's Environmental Parliament.  We are delighted to announce that our Year 6 2022 pupils received the highest number of votes and were crowned winners of the prestigious Children's Parliament Award 2022. Year 6 undertook research and prepared submission for the Parliament on the theme of Food Waste.

Children's Parliament winners 2022

Children in years 3 to 6 have spent another wonderful morning with the Young Shakespeare Company, totally enchanted as they watched Twelfth Night brought to life among them and at times fully involved in creating such dramatic scenes as the storm which shipwrecks Viola and Sebastian and the party at Lady Olivia's so memorably interrupted by Malvolio.

Lady Oxford, Clare Asquith, author of Shadowplay- The Hidden Beliefs & Coded Politics of William Shakespeare - visiting Year 5 and 6, amazed by the children's knowledge of Shakespeare's plays and his life.

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With Love at the core of all we do at The Good Shepherd we: Learn to Love together, Love to Learn together, pray together and play together. Putting our faith into action. Growing in the Love and Truth of Christ in His Church for the benefit of all.