Primary 1 had a little Tea Party at the end of Science day to celebrate Jacob’s cast being taken off. They had juice and snacks and a little party.
To complement their current topics of Fairytales and Castles, P1 and Reception took a visit to Stafford Castle.
Pre-school enjoyed celebrating Pancake day and learning all about the importance of Shrove Tuesday in the Catholic calendar. They worked as a team to make a batter and then watched carefully as Miss Louise cooked them on the crepe machine. The children then enjoyed decorating them with their favourite fruits; they went down very well!
This week, to celebrate World Book Day, P6 children wrote personalised stories for the children in Pre School, Reception and P1.
Mrs Hawkins kindly came in to share her experiences of the Islam faith with Primary 5 last week. The children learnt so much from it, in keeping with their Early Islamic Civilisation topic. The children asked some very thought provoking questions about modern Muslim life compared to that of the past.
P3 had great fun in their humanities lesson – they looked at the process of mummification and enjoy 'mummifying' each other!
St. Dominic's finished as Staffordshire County Runners Up after our young athletes were in action at the Staffordshire U11 County Sportshall Athletics Championships at Fenton Manor Sports Centre last week.
Our ‘World Book Day’ theme this year is: ‘Share a Story’!
The Preparatory school are hugely excited about sharing their favourite stories by bringing in books to swap with other students tomorrow.
Staff have also fully participated by bringing in one of their favourite stories and ‘telling’ it to their class students! The oral tradition of story ‘telling’ is hugely important to our culture, as it improves our auditory memory, and from Chaucer’s day, has held audiences ‘spellbound’ in the joint art of listening.
Miss Felicity (our former nursery manager) has a fantastic new business venture called 'Little Mess Staffordshire'. Today, she visited school to run a messy play session for Pre-school and Reception, which was themed around their current topic of 'Space'. The children enjoyed using their senses to explore all different types of galactic mess and there was lots of communicating amongst the group, using their new 'space' knowledge and language!
Well done to all of our St Dominic’s students for achieving yet more House Awards this half term.
In Physics, the current topic for year 7 is ‘Energy’. This includes learning about the 9 different ways to produce mains electricity.
Today Pre-school have been celebrating St David’s Day.
They have enjoyed learning all about St David, and the country he is patron saint of – Wales. They have talked about Welsh emblems (the daffodil and leek), where Wales is and also their flag.
The children have also had a go at making their own daffodil picture, whilst listening to Tom Jones!
Dydd Gŵyl Dewi Hapus!