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Sports Day

Second Time Lucky After having to cancel the last date for sports day because of bad weather, we finally managed to get it underway on Tuesday and what a lovely day it was. In Key Stage Two the winning house was St Mark.            


  School is closed tomorrow for  classes Nursery Reception Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 6   If you child is in  Mr Bonsall’s class (Year 5) or Mrs Cunningham’s class (Year 4)   they SHOULD BE IN SCHOOL AS NORMAL

Sacred Heart Food Festival

What a wonderful time everyone had at our food festival on Thursday evening.   We had lots of fantasic attactions Petting Zoo Donkey Rides Hot Dogs Favourite Family Recipes Cakes Chilli Kebabs Glitter Tattoos Hook a Duck Ice-Cream Bouncy Castle Beat the Goalie Gift Tombola Bottle Tombola Hoopla                  … Read more »

Community Cohesion

Community Cohesion At Sacred Heart School On Wednesday 19th June, 10 schools from the Sandbrook Hub, came together in our school for Community Cohesion. On arrival the children where offered refreshments. Then in groups they shared their thoughts on what makes their school unique, went on a heart treasure hunt and decorated hearts to take back to their own schools.   … Read more »

H2O Musical

As a follow up to the whole school topic on water, children from accross the Key Stages came together to raise money for Water Aid by presenting the musical H2O. A group of water molecules told us the story of their journey through the water cycle, Evaporation, Condensation and Precipitation, using dancing and singing. The collection raised… Read more »


Our Roman Catholic Statement to live by is “I understand the importance of peace”  We have had a busy week, with a few classes enjoying trips:  Years 3 and 4 have enjoyed a wonderful visit to Helmshore Textile Museum, Year 1 enjoyed a trip to Touchstones Museum, and our Nursery and Reception children had a… Read more »


Our Roman Catholic Statement to live by is “I know how to show I am  sorry”. The children in Year 6 had a wonderful time during their residential visit to the Castleshaw Centre, in Delph, where they enjoyed canoeing, climbing, caving  and orienteering.  On Wednesday evening the children were delighted to welcome the Spiritan team… Read more »

Statement to live by

The statement to live by for week commencing 13th May 2013 is… I try to forgive people when they hurt me. Peter came to Jesus and said Lord, if another member of the church sins against me, how often should I forgive?  As many as seven times?” Jesus said to him, “not just seven times,… Read more »

School Life

This week’s Roman Catholic statement to live by is “I know how to help others when they are in trouble” A big thank you to the children and staff of Lowerplace Primary school who, on Wednesday the 24th April, played a friendly football match. We were once again very proud of our children’s sporting attitudes… Read more »

Statement to live by

The statement to live by for week commencing 29th April is…. I know how to help others when they are in trouble.   One day a crowd turned up at Jesus’ house. There were so many people that they could not fit in the house. Along came some men with their friend on a stretcher… Read more »