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May 2024

Congratulations to all the children who represented OLOL at Barnet Primary School Athletics Competition, at Stone X Stadium.  We were absolutely delighted with the results; we came 2nd in the field events, 3rd in the track events and 3rd overall!

Athletics 2024

Year 5 enjoyed a trip to Barnet Environment Centre to learn in the great outdoors!  They were able to take part in activities linked to their topic of Life Cycles.  The children explored the meadow and took part in pond dipping.  

Y5 Barnet Environment Centre

April 2024

A huge congratulations to our Mini Marathon runners who represented OLOL at the TCS Mini London Marathon. Thank you to everybody who supported the team; we have raised (including Gift Aid) almost £4000 for the NSPCC! Thank you everybody.

Mini Marathon

March 2024

The children enjoyed a lovely World Book Day this year with classes joining up to read their favourite stories to each other and taking part in a range of activities.  

World Book Day 2024

Congratulations to the Year 6 pupils who represented OLOL at the Barnet Schools’ Dance Festival at the Arts Depot.   They performed a very impressive routine to the song “The Greatest Showman”.

Year 6 Dance Festival

February 2024

The children enjoyed a fantastic day at an indoor athletics event.  Well done to all who participated!

Indoor Athletics

 On Wednesday 7th February, Year 5 enjoyed a trip to The British Museum to enhance their learning of Ancient Greece: 

Y5 British Museum 2024

June 2023

On Tuesday 20th June, a group of children represented OLOL at Barnet Primary School Athletics Competition, at Copthall Stadium on Tuesday. A particular well done to the following children for winning their events: Grace (Y5) 400m race; Victoria (Y6) 400m race; Gabriel (Y6) long jump; Sahara (Y5) speed-bounce; Y5 girls relay team (Sahara, Aisling, Grace, Ava) and the tug of war team (Chelsea Y3, Patrick Y3, Carine Y4, Brogan Y4, Natalia Y5, Derek Y5, Angel Y6, Toby Y6). We were absolutely delighted to be told that the OLOL team finished in 2nd place overall!! 

Athletics 2023

On Wednesday 21st June, we had a wonderful International Day which began with a true celebration of our multicultural community. Children from Reception to Y6 participated in our International Day assembly; we had children singing in Polish, German, Kenyan and Nigerian. Thank you to all the parents who supported the event and served food after school.  Thank you also to the parents who visited classes to share stories and songs from their countries.   

International Day

May 2023

Year 6 had an amazing week away at Grovesnor Hall in Kent for the Year 6 residential trip. We were so lucky to have access to so many wonderful activities  at the indoor and outdoor education facility set in the grounds of a former manor house in Ashford, Kent.  The children had a truly action-packed time from the minute the woke up with fantastic activities including; paintballing, Jacobs ladder, team building exercise and a campfire.

Y6 Residential May 2023

April 2023

Congratulations to all the children who participated in the Mini Marathon last weekend.  Miss Costa and Miss Kilcommons also successfully completed the adult Marathon on Sunday and  have raised money for the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC). Congratulations!

Marathon 2023


February 2023

On Friday 10th February, we celebrated the Feast Day of Our Lady of Lourdes, Patron of our school.

There were two opportunities for each class to participate in for Prayer and Liturgy, which are as follows:

  1. Whole School Mass
  2. Meeting with Prayer Partners to watch/say child- led Rosary

The children (in prayer partners) visited our grotto of Mary, continuing to develop our prayer environment, both inside and outside. Prayer Partner classes joined together in procession as in Lourdes. They made a pilgrimage to the statue of Our Lady of Lourdes.


Y4 visited the BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir which is the largest  Hindu Temple outside of India.  We learnt some  of the Hindu values such as the 'Duty towards Parents' through story telling.   We were fortunate to be able to watch the 'Arti' ceremony- often called the 'ceremony of light.'

Y4 Hindu Temple