Today is our last day in school before Easter. As always our children made some brilliant Easter bonnets and dioramas. Check out the photos below to see some of the brilliant efforts put in by our children and their families.
Easter Bonnet Parade
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Year one treated the school and their families to a very informative assembly all about Christopher Columbus. The were absolutely brilliant, remembered all their lines and their stage directions! Well done Year one!
Well done to all of the children who received certificates today, we are really proud of you. Also a mention to our brilliant Y4 who were presented with a medal today from Mr Bulger. This was due to their excellent behaviour at the Anglican Cathedral.
You may have read in the press about an online challenge called MOMO which has been linked to apps such as Whatsapp and Youtube kids. It involves a scary doll-like figure which is challenging children to partake in dangerous challenges. To support parents in discussing this with their child, the National Online Safety Company have … Continued
Year 2 had some special visitors today from Liverpool Hope University. The students came to teach the children all about algorhithms using unplugged ICT which is where the pupils don’t use a computer and make themselves a human computer that can follow instructions. They had to give each other instructions on how to ice cakes, … Continued
Congratulations to all of the children who won certificates in today’s praise assembly.
During last half term Cobalt housing set up a competition where children had been invited to enter a design-a-superhero competition, name it, and give them a super power – a child from each school would win a prize, and they could pick up superhero masks and balloons. Today we received a package from Cobalt Housing … Continued
This morning we celebrated our pupils who received 100% attendance for the whole of the autumn term! We also celebrated our classes which had the highest attendance over the half term Mrs. Yates class, 3CY won winning the highest attendance over the half term meaning they received loads of games as well as arts and … Continued
On Monday we had a very special guest, Fay, Come to speak to our Key Stage 2 pupils about her experiences during the holocaust. The pupils were so respectful to our guest and asked some brilliant questions afterwards.
The children have had a great day at the annual Christmas Fayre. We will upload some photographs very soon. 123456►