Primary 3 have worked hard today creating wire people. As part of their art topic on bodies they have created their own people using wire, they will then create a position for them and progress to making clothes using material.

Great work!

Read more: P3 Art Topic on Bodies

This week we will be focussing on this very important issue in school. This is an excellent opportunity for us all to promote the importance of looking after mental health issues in our young people and families.  

The prep school will be having yoga sessions every day with a yoga instructor to help them maintain and understand positive mental health.

Read more: Children’s Mental Health Week 2018.

This is such an important topic for all parents and carers of young people whose lives are today dominated by an online presence. This year’s slogan is:

“Create, Connect and Share Respect: A better internet starts with you.”

It is vitally important that all our pupils and staff are fully aware of the dangers that can arise when using the internet. As a school we will be holding an assembly tomorrow so all the children are aware of the day and what it stands for.

Read more: Safer Internet Day Tuesday 6th February:

The staff in our prep department were thrilled that the ‘Prep Creative Countries Day’ which took place on Friday 26th February for children in our Reception classes to P6 went so well.

The children had a fun and educational day as they jetted around the world visiting and learning about a particular country from the seven continents of the world. They visited New York in North America, Peru in South America, Germany in Europe, Japan in Asia where they stopped for a delicious lunch, The Congo in Africa, New Zealand in Australia and finally finishing in Antarctica.

Read more: Prep Creative Countries Day

Eight Sports Partnership District winning teams qualified to compete in the prestigious Staffordshire School Games Finals held at Clayton Sports Centre in Stoke-on-Trent last week.

Representing St. Dominic's at the Finals were Sophie Hughes and Mary Ellis who anchored the singles matches and Georgia Glassey and Lydia Goodfellow who were our nominated doubles partnership.

Read more: Staffordshire County Badminton Girls KS3 Tournament Finalists
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