St. Dominic's are the Stafford & Stone Sports Partnership, Key Stage 4 Tournament Champions!
A group of swimmers from St. Dominic's Senior and Prep departments travelled to Walsall Baths in November to compete in their respective Independent Schools Association Midlands Swimming Championships.
Year 8 enjoyed a Fiesta for Navidad (Christmas). They brought in a selection of tapas for everybody to try, which included chorizo, aceitunas, jamon serrano and more!
Our annual Festival of Carols and Readings service took place on the evening of Tuesday the 10th December in St. Dominic’s Catholic Church.
On Tuesday 3rd December the Pre-school, Reception, Primary 1 and Primary 2 children performed their Christmas Nativity.
Special people were invited into Early Years' for an afternoon of Christmas crafts (painting baubles, collaging Christmas trees, handprint Christmas trees and more!) and a Christmas story session; everyone definitely got into the Christmas spirit!
On Friday 6th December the Prep and Senior choir attended St Mary’s Church in Stafford as part of their Christmas Tree Festival. Various schools, charities, businesses and community groups had decorated a Christmas tree in the church; over one hundred trees were decorated for the festival.
Following a poetry competition surrounding themes of memories and loss which we entered as a school, several St. Dominic’s students were successfully chosen to have their work published in an anthology of all winning entries and to meet our local Poet Laureate.
On Monday 2nd December, Year 8 students gave wonderful presentations on a natural hazard of their choice.
The members of the PFA would like to thank all of our friends and families for supporting the Christmas Fayre this year. We made an amazing £3,500 for our school!
On Wednesday, six Year 9 students participated in the Geographical Association’s Worldwise Quiz held at Staffordshire University.
On the evening of Thursday 21st November children from Prep and Seniors met with Mrs Hesp, Mrs Talbot and Miss Hill in Stone High Street for the annual Christmas lights switch-on.