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Car overturns in Green Lanes near Clissold Park 

24 Feb

A car has flipped in Green Lanes this morning, closing the road near Clissold Park.


Stamford Hill ambulance charity Hatzola gets new headquarters in 130-home estate plan 

23 Feb

Volunteer paramedics will get a new ambulance station as part of a 130-home development in Stamford Hill.


‘Gruesome scenes’: Man stabbed in broad daylight in Stoke Newington 

20 Feb

A young man was rushed to hospital by air ambulance after he was stabbed in Green Lanes this afternoon.


‘Gruesome scenes’: Man stabbed in broad daylight in Stoke Newington 

20 Feb

A young man was rushed to hospital by air ambulance after he was stabbed in Green Lanes this afternoon.


Stoke Newington landlord slapped with £40,000 fine for illegal roof extension 

20 Feb

Illicit: the landlord copped a £40k bill for the extension.


Stoke Newington landlord handed £40,000 court bill for dodgy roof extension 

20 Feb

Ignoring demands to tear down an illegal roof extension has earned a Stoke Newington landlord a £40,000 court fine – and its director an arrest warrant.


Stoke Newington landlord handed £40,000 court bill for dodgy roof extension 

20 Feb

Ignoring demands to tear down an illegal roof extension has earned a Stoke Newington landlord a £40,000 court fine – and its director an arrest warrant.


Vicar found guilty of abusing choirboy at Stoke Newington church between 1979 and 1981 

14 Feb

Scene of the abuse: St Matthias Church on Wordsworth Road.


Vicar guilty of assaulting choirboy at St Matthias Church, Stoke Newington, in late 1970s and early 1980s 

14 Feb

A vicar has been convicted of indecently assaulting a choirboy at a Stoke Newington church in the late 1970s and early 1980s.


Vicar guilty of assaulting choirboy at St Matthias Church, Stoke Newington, in late 1970s and early 1980s 

14 Feb

A dying man gave evidence to convict a Stoke Newington vicar who had assaulted him as a choirboy in the 1970s and 1980s.


Sol has a ball serving up nomination news to Stamford Hill charity 

13 Feb

Ex-England ace Sol Campbell dropped into a Stamford Hill community centre to serve up news of an award nod for its tennis programme.


Sol Campbell has a ball serving up nomination news to Stamford Hill charity 

13 Feb

Ex-England ace Sol Campbell dropped into a Stamford Hill community centre to serve up news of an award nod for its tennis programme.


‘We’re clamping down on dangerous drivers in Stamford Hill’ say police 

9 Feb

Dangerous drivers in Stamford Hill have been getting away with it for too long, police and neighbours say – but the culprits can now finally expect repercussions.


‘We’re clamping down on dangerous drivers in Stamford Hill’ say police 

8 Feb

Dangerous drivers in Stamford Hill have been getting away with it for too long, police and neighbours say – but the culprits can now finally expect repercussions.


Recorder quartet Palisander to launch debut album at St John’s Smith Square 

8 Feb

Ready for launch: Lydia Gosnell (second from left) says the group are ‘excited’.


‘Poking starts from 10’: Tattoo promotion prompts warning to zero rated Stokey Bears 

7 Feb

“F****** who should get their “f****** facts straight”: Tom Reaney today lashed out at the media The owner of burger joint Stokey Bears, which has a zero rating for food hygiene, has denied offering unlicensed tattooing at his restaurant after ...


Wilmer Place scheme approved despite Abney Park Trust’s biodiversity concerns 

6 Feb

Abney Park  Flats and offices will be built on part of the Wilmer Place site that had been due to be swallowed up by the Sainsbury’s development which caused such controversy in Stoke Newington until the supermarket giant pulled out of the scheme ...


Stoke Newington robberies: Man charged with string of attacks targeting victims as young as 14 

6 Feb

A man has appeared in front of magistrates charged with 10 robberies or attempted robberies in Stoke Newington targeting victims as young as 14.


Stoke Newington robberies: Man charged with string of attacks targeting victims as young as 14 

6 Feb

A man has appeared in front of magistrates charged with 10 robberies or attempted robberies in Stoke Newington targeting victims as young as 14.


Titbits – Labour Councillor in burger flip, as Abbott’s charity accounts get a Mensch-ion 

3 Feb

◆ “Yawn” was how burger joint Stokey Bears responded on Twitter to a resident who expressed concern about its recent ‘zero’ rating for food hygiene.


Plea to help cancer-stricken DJ Daredevil from Stoke Newington 

2 Feb

An urgent fundraiser has been set up so a DJ paralysed by spinal cancer will have somewhere to live when he finishes chemotherapy and radiotherapy.


Diane Abbott misses Article 50 vote as Meg Hillier joins Labour rebels and votes against 

2 Feb

Diane Abbott, MP for Hackney North Stoke Newington Labour’s Diane Abbott missed last night’s vote on triggering Article 50 – apparently because she was unwell.


Growing Communities forced to quit Stoke Newington ‘patchwork farm’ site 

1 Feb

Driven off the land: Growing Communities had used the space behind the high street for several years.


All for a hood cause! Free coat exchange set up in Stoke Newington Library for the needy (and cold) 

31 Jan

A free “coat exchange” set up in Stoke Newington Library has proven a roaring success – and it’s all for a hood cause.


All for a hood cause! Free coat exchange set up in Stoke Newington Library for the needy (and cold) 

31 Jan

A free “coat exchange” set up in Stoke Newington Library has proven a roaring success – and it’s all for a hood cause.


Stamford Hill crash: Boy, 10, fighting for life after being hit by van 

31 Jan

A boy is fighting for his life after being hit by a van in Stamford Hill this morning.


Stamford Hill crash: Boy, 10, fighting for life after being hit by van 

31 Jan

A boy is fighting for his life after being hit by a van in Stamford Hill this morning.


Lib Dems pressure Diane Abbott to vote against triggering Article 50 

31 Jan

Diane Abbott MP Labour MP Diane Abbott is facing mounting pressure to vote against triggering Article 50 – the official notification to quit the European Union – following Jeremy Corbyn’s edict not to block the move.


‘They helped me get my smile back’: NHS manager Mandy Stevens praises Hackney mental health staff 

30 Jan

Mandy Stevens said she wanted to go public to help break stigma around mental illness A nurse who works in the NHS at a senior level has praised the “amazing, phenomenal” care she received as an inpatient for 12 weeks at the City and Hackney ...


Fifty shades of fray in Stoke Newington as residents donate coats to those in need 

30 Jan

Mustafa Tecimer.


Boys at Stamford Hill Jewish ‘boarding school’ left ‘without proper toilets or water for three months’ 

30 Jan

Boys at an Orthodox Jewish “boarding school” may have been left without adequate toilets, fire safety measures and hot water for three months as authorities wrangle over who is responsible for regulating it.


Boys at Stamford Hill Jewish ‘boarding school’ left ‘without proper toilets or water for three months’ 

30 Jan

Boys at an Orthodox Jewish “boarding school” may have been left without adequate toilets, fire safety measures and hot water for three months as authorities wrangle over who is responsible for regulating it.


Donald Trump petition: Hackney North and Stoke Newington second most opposed constituency to state visit 

30 Jan

Diane Abbott’s Hackney North and Stoke Newington constituency has the second highest number of anti-Donald Trump petition signatures in the UK.


Donald Trump petition: Hackney North and Stoke Newington has UK’s second-highest number of anti-Trump backers 

30 Jan

Approaching 8,000 people in Diane Abbott’s Hackney North and Stoke Newington constituency have backed a petition urging the government not to let US president Donald Trump visit the Queen.


Yet another stabbing in Hackney – but police do not believe recent incidents of knife attacks are related 

30 Jan

Hackney’s borough commander in his office at Stoke Newington Police Station – with a cabinet of knives taken off the streets by police Hackney’s borough commander has said a spate of recent stabbings do not appear to be related – and he has ...


Finsbury Park stabbing: Man, 32, knifed near Woodberry Down Primary School 

27 Jan

A man was stabbed in Finsbury Park last night, just yards from Woodberry Down Primary School.


Finsbury Park stabbing: Man, 32, knifed near Woodberry Down Primary School 

27 Jan

A man was stabbed in Finsbury Park last night, just yards from Woodberry Down Primary School.


Stamford Hill road closed due to ‘suspicious vehicle’ 

26 Jan

Police shut off a road in Stamford Hill this morning due to a “suspicious vehicle”.


‘Pitbull’ seized after attacking dog and its owner in Clissold Park 

25 Jan

A dog, believed to be an American pitbull, was seized by police after it attacked another dog and its owner in Clissold Park.


Stamford Hill road closed due to ‘suspicious vehicle’ 

25 Jan

Police shut off a road in Stamford Hill this morning due to a “suspicious vehicle”.


Police step up patrols as ‘prolific Stoke Newington mugger’ linked to 12 attacks in six weeks 

25 Jan

A serial robber has targeted 12 people in Stoke Newington over the last three weeks, police believe.


‘Pitbull’ seized after attacking dog and its owner in Clissold Park 

24 Jan

An American pitbull was seized by police after it attacked another dog and its owner in Clissold Park.


Police step up patrols as ‘prolific Stoke Newington mugger’ linked to 12 attacks in six weeks 

24 Jan

A serial robber has targeted 12 people in Stoke Newington over the last three weeks, police believe.


Man left fighting for his life after Dalston stabbing 

23 Jan

A man was left fighting for his life after he was stabbed in Stoke Newington in the early hours of yesterday morning.


Brawl between orthodox Jews and traffic warden in Stamford Hill probed by police 

19 Jan

A still from footage of the incident which has been circulating online Police are probing an extraordinary mass brawl involving orthodox Jews and a traffic warden in Stamford Hill and are appealing for witnesses to come forward.


Outgoing Clissold Park User Group head Caroline Millar’s plea over funds 

19 Jan

Caroline Millar in front of Clissold House, which she said may have to close to the public in a “worst case scenario” in two years time because of a massive deficit Clissold House, the historic mansion which was restored and opened to the public ...


Stamford Hill Shomrim ‘helped bring more than half of Britain’s prosecutions for anti-Semitism last year’ 

19 Jan

Stamford Hill’s volunteer group Shomrim helped bring eight convictions for anti-Semitic violence last year – thought to represent more than half the prosecutions for the offence in Britain.


Stoke Newington flooding: Thames Water ‘got risk assessment wrong’ 

19 Jan

Thames Water has admitted it “got it wrong” by not fixing a leaking pipe in Stoke Newington last month in the week before it burst.


Stoke Newington and Stamford Hill Post Offices under threat in latest cull 

12 Jan

Jobs are under threat at the Post Offices in Stoke Newington and Stamford Hill, which have been included in the latest national cull and could close.


Rabbi on unregistered Jewish schools: ‘I’m confident there’s no scandal waiting to break out’ 

11 Jan

Rabbi Pinter (Photograph: Hackney Council) A leading rabbi has said he feels confident there is no child safeguarding scandal “waiting to break out” in the Hasidic Jewish community after the council’s frustration at a lack of regulatory ...


Stoke Newington pub The Lion to reopen in March, new owners announce 

10 Jan

The Lion in Stoke Newington’s Church Street will remain a boozer, its new owners have revealed.


Stamford Hill woman’s book gives fascinating insight into delusions of theft 

10 Jan

Pots, pans, screwdrivers, sugar: these are just some of the things that Landa George’s mother has wrongly accused neighbours, friends, and family of stealing over the last twenty years.


Risk of ‘Rotherham’ situation warns Hackney councillor in unregistered Orthodox Jewish schools row 

10 Jan

Pupils leave after the school day at Talmud Torah Machzikei Hadass.


RSPCA speaks out after cat needed leg amputated after being caught in trap in Stoke Newington 

9 Jan

Ruby needed to have her leg amputated after being taken to an RSPCA animal hospital.


Kids’ football team hopes for good result in Clissold Park pump house bid 

9 Jan

A children’s football club is hoping for a big win as it looks to secure a disused pump house in Clissold Park as a storage unit.


Double stabbing ‘sign of gang tensions’ says neighbourhood watch volunteer 

9 Jan

The Met is investigating the incidents.


Cat has leg amputated after getting caught in illegal trap in Stoke Newington 

6 Jan

A cat suffered horrific injuries and had to have her leg amputated after getting caught in an illegal trap in Stoke Newington.


‘Network Rail trees caused cracks in my house’ says Stamford Hill man 

6 Jan

A man is embroiled in a row with Network Rail after claiming trees at Stoke Newington station have caused huge cracks in the walls of his house.


Bin collector hospitalised after being run over by his own truck in Stoke Newington 

5 Jan

A bin collector from Hackney was rushed to hospital this morning after his truck ran over his foot.


Bin collector hospitalised after truck runs over his foot in Stoke Newington 

5 Jan

A bin collector from Hackney was rushed to hospital this morning after his truck ran over his foot.


OBE for Stoke Newington School chair of governors Crispin Truman 

4 Jan

Chair of Governors Crispin Truman (right) with Stoke Newington School and Sixth Form headteacher Annie Gammon The chair of governors at Stoke Newington School has been awarded the OBE.


Hyperlocal & blogs

Hackney resident has completed a 9,600-mile bike ride around Latin America 

24 Feb

Bolivia’s salt flats.


Tree down across the new river. 

23 Feb

Not sure where to post his, please feel free to move to the correct place A tree has come down across the new river behind eade Rd east of Green lanes.


loti eats: l’antica pizzeria da michele 

20 Feb

Unless you’ve been on a digital detox for the last couple of months there’s a big chance you’ll have seen the news about L’Antica Pizzeria da Michele AKA the world’s best pizza coming to Stoke Newington.


Furtherfield exhibition in park 

18 Feb

Dropped by the Furtherfield gallery (former toilet block) in Finsbury Park today.


Found male semi long haired black cat N4 

18 Feb

This male semi long haired black cat has been found on 11th February in Woodberry Down N4 area.


Vegetable Box schemes in Haringay? 

14 Feb

Hello, I just moved to Haringay and I wonder if there are any vegetable/shopping scheme to buy local and organic in Haringay.


Crime Prevention Advice and Female Self Defence – New River Studios Sat 11 Feb from 3pm 

11 Feb

Event Link...


Antica Pizzeria Da Michele: From Naples to Stoke Newington | Restaurant review 

4 Feb

Let’s admit it, we Londoners are becoming too spoiled.


Don’t you dare call me an anti-Semite 

4 Feb

I am a Black middle aged woman and an atheist, I believe religion is a crock and my views of Christian and Muslim fanatics are pretty much the same as some of the Ultra Orthodox community in Stamford Hill I wrote of.


FREE COATS ON OFFER IN HACKNEY POP UP PROJECT 

2 Feb

Variety of coats on the rail Pic: Katriona Thompson A free “coat exchange” has been set up in Stoke Newington Library to provide warm clothes to those in need.


lotiloves homeware: the restoration 

1 Feb

Stokey furniture showroom The Restoration came to life back in 2008 when owners Sophie Jones and Spud Macbain moved into the area and struggled to furnish their new place nicely, inexpensively and without succumbing to the lure of Swedish meatballs ...


Wild West Stamford Hill: Attack on Black Traffic Warden is Just Tip of a Large Ice Berg 

31 Jan

  The recent attack on a young Black traffic warden by a mob of members of the Ultra Orthodox Jewish community in Stamford Hill, came as no surprise to me and it’s been a long time coming.


some art and cooking 

26 Jan

Up Your Street    Issue 4 Mon Jan 30th £2.


Serial mugger in Stoke Newington still on the run 

24 Jan

Stoke Newington, outside Abney Park.


Up Your Street. Issue 3 

21 Jan

Issue 3 Up Your Street Tues 24th Jan    £1.


Armed robbery in Hackney. Police officer attacked. 

13 Jan

Stoke Newington High Street.


Defenders of the faith stand firm against Hackney plans to shepherd them into the educational fold 

12 Jan

Deep in conversation on the wide pavements of Stamford Hill, London N16 ORTHODOX JEWISH LEADERS have made it clear to a Hackney council enquiry board that they are fundamentally opposed to their followers’ children being made to study the national ...


Attempted Stabbing of Female Police Officer in Stoke Newington 

12 Jan

A lone female police officer was attacked as she attempted to arrest a man on Stoke Newington High Street,  yesterday.


Rudies trying to expand into basement 

11 Jan

Rudies bar, at 50 Stoke Newington Road, have applied for a ‘variation of premises licence to include basement level within the licence demise, amend condition 20 as “Intoxicating liquor shall not be sold, supplied or consumed on the ground floor ...


Post offices in Stoke-Newington, Stamford Hill, and New Cross to close. 

10 Jan

Post Office Logo.


Any one for squash? 

5 Jan

Hi! I recently took a very basic squash lesson but I'm hooked, playing on my own is no fun so I'm wondering if there's someone interested in playing weekdays early-ish morning (around 8-8.30am)? I have a membership at the Clissold Better which is only...


Up Your Street Issue 1 2017 

5 Jan

2017     Sun 8th Jan    free or fiver donation  12-3pm Made in Hackney cooking workshops.


Woman Pushing toddler in Stamford Hill violently mugged 

4 Jan

  Police are appealing for help in identifying a thug, who violently robbed a Stamford Hill woman while pushing her two year old in a stroller, on New Years day afternoon.


Gym buddy wanted 

2 Jan

I recently joined The Gym at Woodberry Down (Manor House branch) and have been a few times.


Kiddikicks Football Classes & Birthdays 

22 Dec

Do your little ones have football fever? Are you wondering how to channel that boundless energy? Kiddikicks runs weekly classes for children aged 18 months to 11 years in and around Tower Hamlets.


Thames Water knew of Stoke Newington leak a week before major flooding 

15 Dec

Northwold Road.


Tesco carrier bag charge to fund Hackney park 

13 Dec

Abney Park cemetery could benefit from £5,000 funding to spruce up the greenery.


Stoke Newington business owners bemoan ‘huge damage’ caused by burst water pipe 

12 Dec

Stoke Newington residents and businesses are recovering after a burst water pipe flooded properties.


Stoke Newington indie radio station crowdfunds to combat rising costs 

10 Dec

Pic: Guillaume Delebarre A Hackney independent radio station is under threat of closing down due to rising rent, bills and studio management costs.


Advent Calendar – Day 10 

10 Dec

The annual tradition of posting a different vintage image each day during advent, and this year, it’s of London’s old railway stations.


Nature notes: King Alfred’s Cakes and a Shoveler 

8 Dec

Finally able to drag the smalls out of the house last Sunday, we spent the afternoon at Woodberry Wetlands before walking back down the New River to Green Lanes.


From Jamaica to Dalston, savour authentic jerk cuisine via Rudie’s 

5 Dec

It was with some excitement, we visited Rudie’s in Stoke Newington to experience some authentic modern Jamaican cuisine .


Enjoy a bouncy night out at Ballie Ballerson, Stoke Newington 

4 Dec

Ballie Ballerson is such a brilliantly simple concept, you might wonder why you didn’t think of it in the first place .


Walk with Me Maps – Dalston & Stoke Newington 

29 Nov

This is one of seven London neighborhood maps , each drawn by different artists from the University of the Arts London and recently released by the Walk with Me project.


A Stoke Newington school for the poor is converted to a haven for the funds of the cash-rich 

22 Nov

THIS HANDSOME late-Georgian Stoke Newington school was built in 1837 for the poor.


Rebuilding Eric – 17.11.2016 

17 Nov

Attended avery informative seminar today attheInstitution ofEngineering andTechnology.


Kittens need homes and Holly the cat 

17 Nov

Stokey Cats and Dogs   are looking to find little rescue cat...


New River Wildlife 

16 Nov

When I was walking along the New River this afternoon I noticed that a short section running east from Green Lanes for about 350m has become a sort of unofficial local nature reserve.


Lost tabby & white cat – Kimberley Gardens N4 

14 Nov

This male tabby white cat Tiger has been reported as lost from Kimberley Gardens N4.


New River Community Clean Up 12th November 2016 

12 Nov

Hi Everyone, Due to the rain we have decided to postpone today's litter pick for a drier day.


Wanted – Hackney Parking Vouchers – Zone G – Brownswood and Manor House 

10 Nov

I need to get hold of Zone G Hackney parking vouchers (Brownswood and Manor House).


Music Hackspace 2016 Programme 

10 Nov

Check out a short film about our community members, Music Hackspace’s 2016 programme.


New River Day of Action 

10 Nov

Time: November 12, 2016 from 10:30am to 12:30pm Location:New River Path Website or Map: http://www.


Cat food, Cat Beds needed and Foster Homes 

9 Nov

In the cold winter,  Stokey Cats and Dogs are doing their best to help as many stray cats as possible and get them warm inside from the streets, neutering and finding them homes.


HANG UP GALLERY 

7 Nov

Wouldn’t it be great if someone crossed a contemporary art gallery with a licensed bar?! Well now someone in Stoke Newington has and it’s called the Hang-Up Gallery.


Looking for 2x Clissold Park Fireworks Tickets 

5 Nov

Last minute change in weekend plans means we'll be around the neighborhood for the fireworks - if anyone has 2x adult tickets and is looking to sell them would love to take them off your hands.


Any Clissold Park fireworks tickets for sale? 

4 Nov

Hello, I left it too late to buy fireworks tickets and was wondering if anyone has some for sale? I'm looking for 2 x adult tickets.


Spacious One Bedroomed Garden Flat with Cat – Overlooking New River – Available for Rent in N4 

4 Nov

Our flat will be available to let from the end of November until Mid April.


Clissold Park Fireworks 

4 Nov

Hello!  I am looking for two adult tickets to Clissold Park fireworks tomorrow night and was wondering if anyone knows of any going spare.


Clissold park firework ticket needed 

3 Nov

1 adult ticket needed for Saturday night's firework display.


anyone selling Clissold Park fireworks tickets 

3 Nov

Hi, I'm after 2 adults and 1 or 2 child tickets (but could buy 3 adult tickets instead), for Clissold Park firework display this Saturday.


Fireworks Thrown into Stamford Hill Restaurant 

29 Oct

    A group of diners at Grill 66 restaurant in Stamford Hill, were left shaken after fire works were thrown into the restaurant just before 10 pm Friday night.


Stoke Newington ready to create a pizz-a-history 

28 Oct

The world’s oldest pizzeria is getting ready to launch its first UK spot.


Two kittens Pixie & Trixie need a home 

27 Oct

Stokey Cats and Dogs are looking to find Pixie and Trixie two female sister kittens a home together.


Match&Fuse London Festival Comes to Harringay 

21 Oct

Empty Taxi - at New River Studios next Friday (Image: Empty Taxi) Now in its fourth year, the annual MatchFuse London festival brings together some of the most interesting bands emerging across Europe in a two-day event with 22 different acts from 14...


Planned traveller eviction provokes Stoke Newington Common row 

18 Oct

Newly-arrived Irish travellers face eviction from Stoke Newington Common, provoking a challenge from a local advocacy group.


Two chances to contribute before Council put the Stamford Hill Area Action Plan out for consultation 

17 Oct

There are two further opportunities to get involved at consultation meetings on the Stamford Hill Area Action Plan before it goes to the Hackney Council Cabinet in January 2017, when it will be put out for wider consultation.


Shooting on Hornsey High Street near New River Village 

8 Oct

6 women arrested after shooting a 20 year old man - http://www.


Five new river crossings announced by the Mayor 

4 Oct

The Mayor of London has outlined aspirations for a number of new river crossings in East London, which is a bit of a north-south barrier at the moment as far as transport is concerned.


LOTI EATS: THE LACY NOOK 

3 Oct

We’re always on the look out for new places, especially one’s in the East hood that have no PR and we just happen to stumble across.


Kiddikicks 

1 Oct

Looking for some footie sessions for your little ones? Snap up a space on these weekly classes for toddlers and children in and around the borough.


‘Living Woodberry’ – Traffic Shy Cyclists and Road Barriers in 1905 Woodberry Down 

27 Sep

Whilst trying to track down the exact location of the scene in this Edwardian postcard, I was struck by the evidence it offers of the possible similarities between some our current concerns and theirs.


Police incident tape and police guard again 

16 Sep

On high street just before the bridge by new river avenue.




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Schools

Book Box Initiative 

14 Dec

Below are the lists of all the books/authors that our families, children, teachers and classes have suggested they would like in their classrooms The kind people at Stoke Newington Bookshop have very generously said that if parents want to purchase ...


Author Workshop 

27 May

On Thursday 26th May a number of classes were invited to attend an author workshop in conjunction with Stoke Newington literacy festival.


Take Note 

15 May

Keeping up with our great musical tradition, Orchard children had the opportunity to perform with professional musicians at the Take Note.


Southwold Pupils at London Symphony Orchestra 

20 Apr

A group of Southwold pupils took part in the London Symphony Orchestra Take Note performance as part of a project they have been working on with the LSO since November.


Southwold Pupils at London Symphony Orchestra 

20 Apr

A group of Southwold pupils took part in the London Symphony Orchestra Take Note performance as part of a project they have been working on with the LSO since November.


Jack And The Beanstalk 

11 Mar

Purple and Orange Class went over to Clissold Park for a Jack and the Beanstalk story telling workshop.


Federation Consultation 

7 Jan

As you are all aware, The Federation of Grazebrook and Shacklewell Primary Schools have been working in partnership with Woodberry Down Community Primary School for over a year to improve learning standards by sharing best practice.


Shacklewell Consultations 

7 Jan

As you are all aware, The Federation of Grazebrook and Shacklewell Primary Schools have been working in partnership with Woodberry Down Community Primary School for over a year to improve learning standards by sharing best practice.


Giving your children healthy teeth! 

20 Nov

The fluoride appointments for children in Nursery, Reception and Year 1 will be held on Tuesday 8th December 2015.


Progression into the Sixth Form at Stoke Newington 

23 Oct

Sixth Form Open Evening on the 10th November 2015...


Hackney Museum workshop (reception classes) 

9 Oct

Emma from the Hackney Museum brought in artefacts to introduce the children to what the museum was about.


Bike Around the Borough 2015 

18 Jun

On Thursday June 18th, twelve of our children took part in the Bike Around the Borough event organised by Hackney Council.


Springfield win big at the Clissold Cup! 

15 Jun

This term Springfield started with a bang.


Lloyds Bank Give and Gain Day 

19 May

St.


School Closure Update 

8 Jan

The electrical issue at Grazebrook has now been resolved and the school will be open tomorrow, Friday 9th January as usual.


Introductory letter from our new Chair Of Governors 

6 Jan

Crispin Truman...


Special visitor 

19 Dec

Father Christmas came to visit today and he delivered some very special Christmas presents to all of the children at St.


YEAR 5 Performance 

19 Dec

During Autumn term, Aspen class were given the exciting opportunity of working with two professional dancers from the contemporary dance company, Random Dance.


Christmas Carol Singing 

19 Dec

Year 6 got everyone into the Christmas spirit in Canary Wharf singing their hearts out to Christmas carols.


Whole School Christmas Fete 

18 Dec

On Friday 5th December we held the amazing Christmas Fair.


Christmas Jumper Day 

17 Dec

Christmas jumper day will be on Friday 19th December, this is a non uniform day.


Christmas Nativity 

17 Dec

Please note that the Christmas Nativity will now be held in the school hall and not at the church due to unforeseen circumstances.


A change to Sixth Form pre-public examination timetable 

17 Dec

AS psychology exam date has been moved forward...


Letter to parents | End of term arrangements 

16 Dec

From the headteacher...


Year 11 pre-public examinations 

15 Dec

Exams start Tuesday 6 January...


Sixth Form pre-public examinations 

15 Dec

Exams start Tuesday 6 January...


Year 1 Nativity Play 2014 

11 Dec

Year 1 Nativ ity Play 2014...


Learning Links – Sea Life 

11 Dec

Viperfish Anglefish Anglefish_2 Giant Squid Fangtooth Giant Tube Worm...


The Skinners’ / Scholastic book fair: A business studies & LRC initiative 

11 Dec

The Learning Resource Centre and business studies department organised a book fair which took place from Monday 1 to Friday 5 December.


Come Dine with Me 

4 Dec

William Patten hosted a ‘Come Dine with Me’ event for parents to join their children for a delicious lunch.


William Patten Bake Off raised £413.63 for Children in Need 

4 Dec

William Patten Bake Off was a huge success.


St. Mary’s Christmas Fair 

3 Dec

St Marys Christmas Fair is on Friday 5th December at 3pm.


There’s a Goose Loose in Hackneytopia! 

3 Dec

Children from 1G, 1B, 2G 2B were lucky enough to be the first of Grazebrook children to see a fantastic performance of Mother Goose on Tuesday 2nd December.


Parents and carers meeting 

3 Dec

The curriculum and changes to national exams at GCSE & A level...


Parent consultations & expectations for the end of KS1 and KS2 information 

2 Dec

Along with statutory changes to the National Curriculum, the assessment arrangements are changing across the country.


SNS winter concert! 

2 Dec

11 & 12 December at 7pm...


Letter to parents 

2 Dec

From the headteacher...


Step into your future: Additional Sixth Form Open Evening (22 Jan) 

1 Dec

Are you in Year 11 and considering your options for next year?  Did you miss out on our Sixth Form Open Evening in November?  Due to a number of requests, we will be holding a second Sixth Form Open Evening on Thursday 22 January at 5.30pm (talk is ...


Tie-Dye Friday 

1 Dec

Tie-Dye Friday: Raising Money for Anti-Bullying This week we have been having great fun learning a new skill : tie-dying.


Christmas Jumper Day 12th December 2014 

28 Nov

Wear a Christmas Jumper and donate £1 to Save the Children...


TASTES OF THE WORLD. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! 

28 Nov

A huge thank you to all you wonderful parents for making Tastes of the World possible on Thursday November 20.


3R Natural History Museum 

27 Nov

Earthquake Simulator...


Learning Links – Mountains 

27 Nov

         Mountain Gorilla 1          Mountain Gorilla 2                Snow Leopard              Golden Eagle                           Ibex                Mountain Hare          Mountain Habitat...


Open Morning 5.12.14 

25 Nov

Do you want your child to come to school at St Matthias from September 2015? Please come to our open morning on December 5 th from 9.30am-11.00am to have a look around, meet the staff and ask us any questions.


Greek Day 

24 Nov

As part of their Ancient Greek topic, Year 6 had a Greek Day where they dressed up as Greek civilians or characters from myths.


Learning Links – DESERTS 

24 Nov

        Desert Animals 1             Desert Animals 2             Desert Animals 3             Desert Habitats...


Proposed changes to our governing body 

24 Nov

Improving transparency and accountability...


Inaugural meeting of parents forum 

24 Nov

A report from last week's meeting.


Anti Bullying 

21 Nov

We say NO to bullies Balloon Lift We Say No To Cyber-Bullies...


Hackney Borough Youth Choir 

19 Nov

Pupils from Jubilee with The Hackney Borough Youth Choir at the Hackney Empire.



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