This week Year 1 and Year 2 performed the Nativity 'A Miracle in Town'.
Christmas Carol Concert
At the beginning of December our School Choir and Mrs Cobos treated everyone to a range of Christmas carols before the lights on the Christmas tree were turned on.
Enjoy listening to their festive singing!
We would like to say a huge thank you to all families who have donated items for our Harvest Assembly. All donations have been passed on to Share It, who give out essential supplies of food and toiletries to people who are experiencing times of difficulty. They were extremely pleased with the generosity of our school community and asked me to pass on their heartfelt thanks to you all.
Southport Flower Show Winner
Eve, with her parents, proudly showing her winning design.
Southport Flower Show invited all Junior School children (years 3,4,5 and 6) to get creative. They asked children to design an exciting garden to be built and showcased in their hugely popular Show Gardens area of the Show.
The paper designs were judged by a team of gardening specialists and horticulturists and Eve was chosen as the winner.
Eve and her family, alongside Mrs Ward, who organsied the competition, have been invited as special guests to the Show for the presentation. School will also receive £200 gardening vouchers to to enhance our school ground and setting.
We had a visit from the Police and PCSO's as we have raised concerns about the speed of cars driving past our school. The school council worked with our visitors, holding up signs, talking to drivers and measuring their speed. Thank you also to Mrs Gibson who helped to organise the visit.
Year 6 PGL Visit Ford Castle
Our Year 6 children are visiting Ford Castle in Northumberland.
Day 3 & 4
We have completed our week away with archery, fencing and working as a team on the challenge course. The week was topped off with 'Wacky Races' where Mr Woodruff tried his best to take out some of the children!
Another fun packed day in the most beautiful of surroundings with the sun beating down, who could ask for more? We have been raft building on the river, climbed high on Jacob's Ladder and the Vertical Challenge and all spent some time in the forest learning bush craft. The night was topped off with our very own silent disco.
We arrived safely yesterday and have already completed a wealth of activities including rifle shooting, zip wiring, problem solving and the vertical challenge. We are looking forward to getting out on the water tomorrow when we take part in our raft building challenges.
We took some of our Year 2 Children to their first ever sports competition and they were amazing. At the Six-A-Side football competition, our superstars got through to the last four. Everyone scored at least one goal, apart from our goalie who saved many, and all came away with a medal for their efforts. Thank you to our parents and grandparents for coming along to support.
We had a visit from one of the Queen's Deputy Lieutenants, Charles Hadcock to help us plant an Oak Tree to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II being on the throne for 70 Years.
Monday 7th March - Year 6 Swimming Gala
A huge congratulations to our swimming team who finished third overall in our division. Great team work, well done.