Our Achievements


Awards for week beginning 7th January 2019

Awards for week beginning 14th January 2019

Awards for week beginning 21st January 2019

Awards for week beginning 28th January

Awards for Week beginning 4th February 

Awards for week beginning 11th February

Awards for week beginning 25th February

Awards for week beginning 11th March

Awards for week beginning 18th March

Awards for week beginning 22nd April



Newham RE Place of Worship Competition 2019 

Some Keir Hardie pupils recently showcased their creative talents by entering the Newham RE Place of Worship Competition 2019. The pupils were tasked were challenged to use their creativity in making a 3D model of a place of worship. The entries were:

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Congratulations to Aileen (Reception) and Adrian (Year 5) who received ‘Best Individual Response’ & ‘Special Prize for Year 5 & 6’ respectively!

Keir Hardie Champions

On Friday 3rd May, the Keir Hardie Champions did a presentation for the Leadership Team to introduce themselves and to let the staff know more about the KH Champions initiative and what . To find out more about who our Champions are and what they do, please click here.

The Champions had the following comments to make about their presentation:

‘I felt that the presentation went super great. I did mess up a bit during my speech, but I am now confident enough as a Champion to learn from my mistakes and next time I will be on point’ Emmanuel.
‘We were so proud of ourselves, because we have never felt SLT so proud of us, we were noticed and it was a good boost and experience for us’. Nicolly & Prayers.
‘Everyone acted and spoke like a Champion – even me’. Nathan. 

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100% Attendance celebrations – Spring 2019

Pupils with 100% attendance in Spring Term celebrated by having a Dance Mat Party!

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100% Attendance celebrations – Autumn 2018

Well done to all our pupils who had 100% attendance during Autumn Term! We hope that our Spring Term celebrations will include even more pupils. 


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Garnet had the most House Points for Autumn Term!

Garnet pupils began the new year celebrating as the winning House collecting the most MAGIC points for the previous term. They were rewarded with bouncy castles for the younger pupils and rowing and sailing for the older pupils. Hopefully this will motivate Garnet, and the other Houses to work hard and being committed to school life! 

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STARS Bronze award

Another wonderful achievement for our school, as we were rewarded the STARS Bronze award for all our hard work regarding active and sustainable travel for the 2017/18 academic year.

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MAGIC Celebrations – October 2018

On the last day of half term, we celebrated our pupils who have most shown their amazing MAGIC habits!! Well done!!

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100% Attendance Celebrations Summer 2018


Every year, the school recognises the superb efforts of the children and staff who achieved 100% attendance across the academic year. This Summer Term, our 100% attendees went bowling at All Star Lanes in Stratford and enjoyed a lunch there too!

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Sapphire House Celebrations

On Thursday 19th April, Sapphire House celebrated having the most house points for Spring Term. Here is what our pupils and staff had to say:


I found the prize for Sapphire really fun as there were different challenges on the bouncy castle. I was very excited to be going with my team. – Mobushra 5E

It was a fantastic reward for all of the hard work that Sapphire have been doing, we all enjoyed it immensely. – Miss Ranu

I felt very happy because I like bouncy castles. I am very happy and proud of myself for being on the winning team. –Ibadah 1D

It was an amazing, surreal experience; we weren’t expecting it at all. It was a nice way to show the children how much we appreciate their effort and hard work. I can’t wait to see what the next reward is going to be! – Mrs Tina

When I went on the four bouncy castles it was really fun. The pirate one was difficult because it was a challenge. I had great fun. I was happy and proud to be on the winning team. – Mehjabeen 3H

It was an unreal experience and I still don’t believe Mr Ferguson and his white lie that he drew with me on the bungee! It was great to see a reward for all our hard work! Sapphire forever!- Mr Eastman

I really enjoyed myself because I got to play on bouncy castles. I felt very proud of myself and my house. The bit I really enjoyed was when I went down the big slide with my friends from my house. I also really enjoyed the obstacle course because it was a challenge for me and my friends. – Julieta 6G

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