We’re constantly doing exciting things here at St Louis Academy. Important events are listed on our calendar, which is updated regularly.
Our Class pages
Our children embark on learning adventures every day. Find out what each year group has been up to lately on our Year Group Pages.
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St. Louis Catholic Academy
The school was founded in 1937 by the Sisters of St. Louis on the principle of showing respect for the uniqueness of each child, and that principle prevails today. Our school is a thriving Christian community where our children are central to everything that we do. It is a place of love and laughter where adults and children enjoy working together to achieve their full potential.
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Years of Learning
A learning Conversation at St. Louis Academy
Our children ‘s learning adventures are constantly evolving – take a look at our year group pages to see what each class has been getting up to lately.
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St. Louis Academy is a part of Our Lady of Walsingham Catholic Multi Academy Trust.
What’s going on at St. Louis Academy
Last week, LKS2 children created The Gambia flag using recycled material. Elm Class were responsible for creating the green third of the flag. Children were also able to create some other art work for displays during the same lesson. Here are some fantastic pictures...
Hello and welcome to Sycamore Class 2020-2021! We've had a really good start to the school year; here are some of the things that have been up to... Super Sycamore Rap: the children made lots of great suggestions about what our class should be like. We turned this...
In Art this week, we have been using collage to create a blue stripe for a giant flag of The Gambia. This is a country we are learning about in our topic and English lessons. It will join together with a red stripe from Sycamore class and a green one from Elm.
Maple class children created this classroom display about the Parable of the Mustard Seed for our RE topic, the Kingdom of God.
In Cherry and Holly class we have been using lots of construction resources to make some wonderful creations. This already shows our teachers what effective learners we are!
This week Elm Class have been learning about the seven continents of the world. We also ‘travelled’ around the world using Google Earth to visit famous landmarks.