Congratulations to Year Reception, 1, 2 and 5 who have had NO lates this week! and to Year 6 for achieving 99% attendance this past week. Attendance Ted has been awarded to Year Reception, 1, 2 and 5 and Impy bear (short for improvement) went to Year 1
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We celebrated St Patrick’s Day this week by inviting our parents/carers into school to enjoy a lovely meal of Irish stew with dumplings or a homemade creamy pea and mint soup. A big thank you to our kitchen staff who prepared this; the children and parents always thoroughly enjoy their visits. The next event is… Read more »
It is Year 1’s assembly this Friday 17th March 2.50 pm – everyone is welcome
I can learn from my mistakes and failures A reading from the holy Gospel according to Luke. One day Peter and his friends went fishing. They stayed out all night. In the morning they heard a man shouting to them from the shore. It was Jesus – but the followers did not… Read more »
On Wednesday our Year 4 class enjoyed a trip to Manchester Museum of Science and Industry where they took part in a circuit city workshop and then visited the Roman ruins. Year 4 are being kept busy as they also have a trip to The Manchester Museum and to Neeli Mosque to look forward to…. Read more »
This weeks statement to live by is… I try to appreciate the beauty and the wonder in the world around me. A reading from the book of Genesis God said, “Let there be light,” and there was the sun. God said, “Let there be water,” and there were the seas. God said, “Let the… Read more »
This week’s statement to live by is … I try to appreciate the beauty and the wonder in the world around me.
On Wednesday, our Year 2 class welcomed Touchstone Museum into school for a brilliant animation session on the Great Fire of London – thank you for bringing the story to life. On Wednesday, our Year 2 class welcomed Touchstone Museum into school for a brilliant animation session on the Great Fire of London – thank… Read more »
On Tuesday, our kitchen staff prepared a lovely Valentine’s meal for our children. Our School Council chose the menu and I am sure you will agree that the meatballs with spaghetti/heart shaped pizzas followed by fruit kebabs or a doughnut was an excellent choice!
On Tuesday 14th February 9-9.30 we welcomed parents/carers into their children’s classrooms to learn a little more about how we teach Big Maths