On Wednesday the 17th April we returned to school following the Easter Holiday and began the day together with a special Alleluia assembly. The children continued their celebration throughout the day enjoying games and party food.
Yearly Archives: 2015
On Wednesday as we finished for the Easter break the children in year 6 led the Key Stage 2 children in reflections on the Way of The Cross. Children were challenged to think about justice and how the people Jesus met on his final journey to the cross would have felt and what they might… Read more »
Keeping children safe in education
Working Together to Safeguard Children 2016
Our year 5 children led the rest of the children in Key Stage Two on reflections on five of the Stations of The Cross. The children led each other to different parts of the school where the Stations had been prepared for them. Reflections were thoughtfully read aloud and at each of the Stations and… Read more »
This weeks statement to live by is….. I know when to ask for help and who to ask for help from. At times in our lives we all need help. We cannot do everything on our own. Sometimes we need to go to others and ask for their help. We are not weak when we… Read more »
Many of our children across the school have been sharing their gifts and talents as part of the Rochdale Music Festival. Our Nursery, Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 were wonderful when they performed in the talented tinies section. We were especially proud of their big, clear voices and exceptional behaviour … Read more »
Dodgeball Wardle Academy- March 26th Children, prepare for one of the games of dodgeball. Our children attended the tournament which was a popular event with 10 other schools taking part. Our team survived unscathed after what can only be described as fast and furious. Not for the faint hearted. Well done Sacred Heart!
On Thursday 26th March we celebrated our final Lenten Mass in the school hall. The children planned a beautiful Mass on the theme of helping and service and this began with a pupil in year 6 washing the feet of a child from each of the classes.
For World Book Day Mrs Garvani held an Extreme Reading Competition. The children had to take pictures of themselves reading in unusual and extreme places, such as up a tree or in a bath. The emphasis was on keeping safe at all times. There were Seventy Six entries and one winner per year group was… Read more »