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Year 6 go to Elstree Film Festival.

Find out more by visiting our class page 



Times Tables Rockstars October update

Don't forget to check on the updated Top 30 list for both TT Rockstars and Numbots.

This can always be found at the bottom of the Maths Curriculum page or for quick reference this week- read more.

Find out where you are on the list. Has your time improved?

What status are you? Rockstar? Headliner? Breakthrough Artist?

Keep working hard on your times tables

Ladbrooke JMI School is a welcoming, one form entry Community School, which is highly inclusive. Ladbrooke aspires to provide for children across the whole range of the educational spectrum. The school is a popular choice locally being consistently oversubscribed and with a current roll of 240 pupils including 30 part time nursery places. The majority of the pupils live in the Potters Bar area and one strength of the school is its diverse population.

Ladbrooke JMI School
Watkins Rise
Potters Bar
Tel:  01707 652882 

Headteacher:  Miss T Webster

Office Manager:  Mrs G MacCormack

SENCO:  Mrs A Prior

Our after school club runs until 5.30pm to help families who need longer child care hours. At the club the children will have the opportunity to try lots of different activities including arts and crafts, board games, construction, music and drama. They also have the opportunity to play alongside children from other classes.

The club is led by Mrs Wilkinson and Mrs Alam, who both work in the school.  If you are interested in using this facility, please come to the office to find out more information or click the links below to download a registration form and the club terms and conditions.

For bookings and payments please go to the School Gateway



Last week, some of the children working in the Year 4 classroom, weeded and replanted one of the raised beds in the KS2 playground.

Izzy Barnett’s nan kindly donated tomato, pepper, strawberry and an aubergine plant which have now been transferred to the plant bed.

To make sure that the animals can’t get to the new plants, a net and wire enclosure was constructed and so far, seems to have deterred any two or four legged pests!



Last year, year six designed and created two friendship benches, one for each playground. If any child does not have anyone to play with at break time, they can sit on the bench and other children will ask them to join in with their games.

We think they look great!