Friday 7th June 2024



Wednesday 12th June

Class Photos

Thursday 13th June

Y6 Leavers Ice Pop Sale

Friday 14th June

Mufti Day (sweets)

Tuesday 18th June

Year 4 and KS2 Choir performing at the Rose Theatre Singing Festival

Friday 21st June

Year 1 Class Assembly

Mufti Day (bottles)

Tuesday 25th June

Country Dance Festival Kingsmeadow

Wednesday 26th June

Year 4 - Hindu Temple Visit

Thursday 27th June

Year 5 Taster Day - Chessington School

Parents' Information Evening - New to Reception Families September 2024

Saturday 29th June

FOE Summer Fair

Monday 1st July

Year 4 - Cooking at Chessington School

Tuesday 2nd July

Year 1 Trip - Natural History Museum

Wednesday 3rd July

Year 6 children visiting their new secondary school (Kingston Schools)

Thursday 4th July

Year 4 - Visiting Hook Church

Year 5 - Year 5 Hampton Court Trip

Friday 5th July

Reception Class Assembly

Monday 8th July to Friday 12th July

Culture week

Last week of clubs

Tuesday 9th July

Year 4 - Visiting Hook Library

Week commencing Monday 15th July

Reports go home

Tuesday 16th July

Year 6 Production (matinee performance - babies/siblings welcome)

Wednesday 17th July

Year 6 Production (evening performance)

Year 4 - Design Technology Day

Thursday 18th July

Drop in parent/carer evening

Friday 19th July

Year 4 - Ancient Greek Day

Monday 22nd July

Year 4 - Geography Field Trip

Tuesday 23rd July

Sports day

Wednesday 24th July 

Year 6 Leavers Celebration

Last day of Term


Class Photos

Class photos will be taken next Wednesday 12th June. Please ensure that your child/ren are in smart Ellingham uniform on the day and are wearing a jumper or cardigan.

Year 5 should come in school uniform and bring their PE kits to change into.

Friends of Ellingham - Non-Uniform days

Friday 14th June -  Donation of sweets

Friday 21st June - Donation of  bottles (alcoholic or non-alcoholic)

KS2 Healthy Snack

If you would like your child(ren) to have a snack at morning break, please send in a healthy snack of fruit or vegetables, not a wrapped bar.  We have a number of children in KS2 - Y3, 4, 5 and 6 - coming to the office asking for a snack but we are only provided with fruit for KS1 children.

Year 1 Assembly

The assembly will start at 9am, Tea & Coffee will be available after the gates have opened in the morning. Please complete this form to reserve your place, maximum 2 places per family.

Save the dates


Welcome back

We started our week back with Year 6 going away for their residential trip and we welcomed them back to school this afternoon after a wonderful four days of fun. They're happily exhausted after lots of activities including buggy building, climbing and a great afternoon at Thorpe Lakes on the inflatables.  Thank you to the whole staff team who went with them and supporting from school.

We've been keeping Year 6 families up to date with lots of photos during the week which you can see here.

The value this week has been courage linked to the 80th D-Day commemorations.  Our assembly on Tuesday talked about the history behind this and today we shared how the international community had shown their respect for this historic day.  

Summer Fair Poster.pdf

Friends of Ellingham Mufti / Non-Uniform days


The staff and children will be happy to hear that next Friday 14th June and Friday 21st June are both mufti/non-uniform days! Your child is invited into school on both of these days wearing their own clothes. Please make sure the clothes and footwear are suitable for school. In exchange, Friends of Ellingham are asking for donations for the popular Summer fair tombola stalls.


Friday 16th June - collecting sweets

Friday 23rd June - collecting bottles (alcoholic or non-alcoholic)


The Summer Fair is on Saturday 29th June so please do check the best before dates on both the sweets and bottles.


Raffle Tickets

Thank you for all the raffle tickets that have been sold so far. This is a great fund-raiser for the school so, if you need more, there will be spare tickets available from the school office on request.  There are some great prizes for all the family. much more!

Thank you for your continued support,

 Friends of Ellingham​


Year 5 Composers

Year 5 have started learning how to play the recorder in our music lessons. They will be working towards composing music to compliment  the song they have been learning- 'Groove with you'. 

They can't wait to show you their final compositions! 

Well done to our Year 5 cricketers, who came second in their group. 


Managing anger seminar flyer.docx June 24.pdf

Mental Health Support

MHST parent drop ins poster.pdf

Adult Education

Kingston Adult Education has a number of courses starting after half term, most of which are government funded so are free to learners.  Take a look at their latest course guide for further details  -


Courses include:


·  How to be happy in your life

·  Digital skills

·  Job search support 

·  Explore your business potential 

·  Introduction to GCSE maths and English 

·  Preparing to work in schools


Their classes take place throughout the week at various times, both online and at centres across the Royal Borough of Kingston.


If you are looking to start a course in September, Kingston Adult Education is hosting an Open Day at the Rose Theatre in Kingston on Thursday 20th June from 10am to 4pm.  Go along to find out about next year’s adult learning programme, which includes wellbeing, vocational, maths, English, digital as well as creative courses.  You will also be able to meet some of their tutors and see their learners in action.  Full details can be found on page 8 of their current course guide -

For further information, please contact Kingston Adult Education directly on 020 8547 6700 or at 

This is the full safeguarding team in school. They are all trained to Level 3 and everyone in the school received the annual update of Safeguarding Level 2 training at INSET.   

Contact details: 020 8397 3864 or email: to request a safeguarding call back. For pupil support, contact 020 8397 3864 or email:  


Chessington Summer Cinema

‘Chessington Garden Centre Presents Summer Cinema’ and they are really excited to reach out to the local community to welcome you to the event. Parents who will be looking for ways to entertain children during the summer holidays may be interested. Link to the website is also here -