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Our school strives for excellence in every aspect of our academic, social and emotional life.
The Gospel values form the cornerstones of all we do as we sow the seeds for the future.
Mrs Claire McKinnon
18th Nov Book Bus visit
20th Nov PTA Bingo @ 7.00pm
(Eyes Down 7.30 pm)
27th Nov Y4 Come Dine with Me
28th Nov Mass lead by Year 4
29th Nov Y5 Assembly
6th Dec Y4 Assembly
10th Dec EYFS Christmas
11th Dec KS1 Christmas Play
12th Dec KS2 Carols by Candlelight 1
9th Dec Christmas Parties
20th Dec Christmas Mass
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we have celebrated our uniqueness and individuality this week, including Odd Socks day on Wednesday, a special Assembly on Tuesday and lots of excellent discussions about what bullying is… The theme this year is ‘Change Starts with Us’. Small change. Big difference. Whether it is verbal, physical, online or in-person, bullying has a significant impact on a child’s life well into adulthood. By making small, simple changes, we can break this cycle and create a safe environment for everyone. Because together, we can challenge bullying. Change starts with a conversation. It starts with checking in. It starts with work together. Change starts here. Change starts now. Change starts with us.
Thank you to everyone who supported breakfast this morning – I know that pancakes, syrup and chocolate spread were all thoroughly enjoyed by everyone!
Year 4 Trip to Chester
Helping our Year 4 pupils to learn about Roman times, Mrs Kinder organized a trip to Chester on Monday. She was thrilled with her Roman soldiers – who had a fantastic time and were a real credit to our school! They visited the Grosvenor Museum and marched around the walls in formation! Thank you to all of the staff!
Please take a moment to look at this month's Online Safety Newsletter.
Spotlight on Year 6
Year 6 are working really hard and we are thrilled at their attitude and behaviour. Their topic this term is WW1 – and they have shown a sense of maturity and respect which is very admirable. Their science topic has been completed on the circulatory system and they are moving onto ‘how we see things’ – about how light travels. Maths lessons - Magic Maths this week – can it be explained or do we need to be magicians? As the oldest class in the school, they are privileged to have many extra-curricular opportunities – such as leading the School Council, increased sporting activities and positions of responsibility throughout the school. The class split in the morning for English and Maths with 4 teachers - Mrs Fitzgibbon, Mr Lindsay, Mrs Halpin, and Miss McCann, and are supported in the afternoon by Mrs Riley who provides additional support for children who require it.