School finishes today for the Easter Holidays. We re-open again on Monday 28 April.
This term we have been learning about history. We found out about things that happened a long time ago. We visited Port Sunlight to see what life was like for children living in the village 100 years ago.
SATs are fast approaching!!
Can all year 6 children ensure their SATs revision books are completed each night and returned to school the following morning.
Can all parents ensure that their children are in school every day on the run up to SATs as booster sessions are taking place daily.
SATs Week: Week Commencing:- Monday 12th May 2014
This Spring term we have been learning all about Rome. We have made mosaics, practiced formations and we even visited Chester to take part in a Roman walk. Under the instruction of an experienced legionary, we discovered what it took to become part of the greatest fighting forces the world has ever known! We also learnt about the largest Roman ampitheatre in Britain, based at the fortress of Deva in Chester.
INDUSTRIAL ACTION – SCHOOL CLOSURE
School will be closed to pupils on Wednesday 26 March 2014 due to industrial action.
There will be no Toast Club, After School Club or After School Activities.
Pre-school will be open as usual.
We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and thank you for your continued support.
REMINDER – Year 3 children making their Holy Communion this year:
First forgiveness - Our Lady’s Church at 6.30pm on Tuesday 11 March.
Children may wear their own clothes, but as a reminder, Church can be cold so wrap up warm.
We look forward to seeing you there.
School holidays start today; 3.30pm for infants and 3.35pm for juniors.
School re-opens on Monday 24th February 2014 at 8.55am.
The prize winners enjoyed their trip to Cheeky Charlie’s Sweet Emporium in Prenton and not even the gale-force winds and heavy rain could dampen spirits! Each pupil was given an envelope containing their prize of £2 and they all enjoyed choosing their sweets. A special ’thank you’ must go to the lady at the till who was very patient and ensured that everyone was able to spend all their money. The children were excellent ambassadors for the school and displayed their customary good manners.