During the week commencing 21st November, the children learnt how to make a mosaic, following the expertise of Tamara Froud and her team Jen French and Alex McHallam. We were inspired by their creativity and enthusiasm! Thank you to The Friends committee who paid for these workshops. Our beautiful mosaic can be viewed in the […]
Our music specialist Ms Phillips organised a Concert on the Feast of St Cecilia, Patron Saint of Music, on 22nd November. The choir and orchestra performed beautifully for the audience. Click here to see them in action.
Led by our parish catechist Anna McMullan, our Year 6 children spent a day reflecting on leadership. There was a wide range of vocabulary and understanding of leadership – what makes a good leader (caring, respectful, thoughtful, reliable, responsible) and what makes a bad leader. Moving in to the church they were invited to stand […]
On Monday 14th November, the whole school wore odd socks to school, (including the staff)! This was in support of “National Anti-bullying Week”, where we recognised that each of us is an individual and unique and should be respected as such.
On Wednesday 19th October, one third of the Year 4 year group entertained the school and their parents with a music concert. Performances were made on the piano, keyboard, cello, violin, recorder and guitar. Congratulations to the accomplished musicians! A video of their performances has been posted onto the Year 4 Google Classroom page.
On Friday 21st October we wore red in school to show our support for “Show Racism the Red Card” campaign
Thanks very much to Rosie, Jen and Victoria who came this morning to help run our coffee morning and to all those parents who made cakes and biscuits or supported this event by joining us for refreshments and making a donation. Some donations were made via QR code and we also received £241.70 in cash […]