Yearly Archives: 2015

This weeks statement to live by

Our statement to live by for week commencing 2nd March is… I know that it is OK for me to make mistakes. One day Jesus told his friends a story. There was once a farmer who had two sons. The younger son came to his father and said ‘Isn’t it about time that you gave… Read more »

Hockey Quicksticks St Marys

A small group of year 6 children took part in a hockey quicksticks tournament at St Mary’s Primary Langley. Our children transferred newly acquired skills into a team effort and played several games against other school. A good sporting display,well done to all who took part.

Mental Maths Mornings are a great success

Over the past two weeks parents/carers have been invited into their children’s classes to join in with their mental maths lessons.  This has proved to be a great success and we look forward to having lots more parents united sessions over the coming weeks  

First Aid Training

On Tuesday, we held the second first aid training session organised by the Friends of Sacred Heart. The session was split into 2 parts, with our Year 4 children receiving training during the afternoon, and parents and carers in the evening. Like the first training session, all the participants commented on how valuable they had… Read more »

Nursery Mental Maths Morning

On Tuesday 3rd February we held the first of our Mental Maths sessions for Parents/Carers.   . During this session parent/carers of our Nursery children were invited in to class where they were able to watch as the children used the abacus and their fingers to… Count up in 2s, 5s, and 10s, Find one more and… Read more »

Year 6 Assembly

On Friday 23rd January our year 6 children presented their class assembly to the school, parents/carers, families and friends. The theme of their assembly was new beginnings and ambitions. We learnt about the children’s hopes for the coming year and their determination to relish every day as a new beginning and to not give up!… Read more »

We welcomed our year 6 parents.

On Thursday we welcomed parents and carers of Year 6 children to talk about the SATs tests in May and, more importantly, the year 6 residential trip to Castleshaw in Delph! Our Year 6 parents also joined us on Friday when they came to school for the Year 6 assembly

Rights Respecting Assembly

Last Friday, we welcomed parents and carers into school to join us in our ‘Rights Respecting’ assembly. Our team of Rights Respecters told the whole school about how they, along with all the other children in the world, have rights and they launched a competition to design a Rights mascot.

Year 5 & 6 Basketball

On Tuesday years 5 and 6 played basketball at Kingsway Park and our sports coach took 5 children along to a Sports Activity Day on Wednesday.