As part of Pre-school's 'Under the Sea' topic, the children have been learning all about fish.

A group of children walked to Morrisons and visited the fishmongers. They spoke to a lovely man about all of the fish that he was selling and brought back to school some sardines for their friends to have a look at.

Read more: Under the Sea topic

Congratulations to Jess in Y7, who took part in the 5K, Pretty Muddy 'Race for Life' event at Weston Park on the 4th May to raise money for Cancer Research.

Jess and her brother raised an amazing £295.00 for the cause. They ran with 13 other friends and a total of 9 parents.

It was an emotional but wonderful, fun day for all.

Read more: Race For Life - Cancer Research

On Tuesday 7th May, Year 7 and 8 Pupils experienced a range of PSHE sessions. These sessions were designed to help pupils to gain the skills, knowledge, and understanding they need to lead healthy, independent lives and to become informed, active and responsible citizens.

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Primary 1 have been busy saving the planet in our recycling role play. They are learning about which everyday objects can be recycled and which can’t. Safety gloves, vests and hats are an essential for sorting rubbish!

 


On Tuesday 7th May, three children from Primary 3 received their First Holy Communion. Zoe, Sophia and Renee all looked beautiful in their white dresses and it was wonderful for us all to be able to share this very special moment in their journey of faith.

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Congratulations to the following students who have all received a distinction in their recent LAMDA examinations, thank you Mrs West for all of your hard work!

Grace, Imogen, Daisy, Poppy, Daanish, Matthew, Caitlin, Francesca, Jack, Alice, Darcey & Barnaby.

 

The Spring Term came to a close with Stations of the Cross.

Once more, the readings, music and artwork made for a very powerful and moving service; a fitting climax to our Lenten observance.

Well done to all concerned, particularly Year 9 students.

Read more: Stations of the Cross

Primary 6 pupils have been finding out about volcanoes in humanities.

Each pupil made their own volcano out of a bottle, card, newspaper and plaster before painting it appropriate colours. Then they used their knowledge of chemical reactions from the Science topic to make the volcanoes erupt.

Read more: P6 - Humanities

 

Congratulations to Caitlyn and Sissy who won their respective U11 and U13 Staffs County Individual Table Tennis Tournaments.

They will now go on to represent Staffordshire at the Butterfly National Table Tennis Championships at Aldersley Stadium, Wolverhampton on the Saturday 27th April.

Good luck girls!

 

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