On Wednesday 5th June our Year 10 History students visited Kenilworth Castle in Warwickshire. As part of their History Around Us module, the students have to visit a historical site and examine its physical remains. They then use this knowledge to form an enquiry in their exam. We were lucky enough to enjoy a sunny day at Kenilworth Castle, exploring the ruins of this spectacular site.

The students created a movie on their experience – explaining who the key individuals associated with Kenilworth were and why they are so important to its development.

 

For the start of their new topic ‘The world around me', Pre-school have been learning all about different habitats and the animals that live there. They enjoyed a discussion about the different features the animals had to survive in the different places.

Read more: Habitats in Pre-school


At St Dominic’s we love to recognise the achievements of our students through House Celebration Assemblies.

In the Senior school, Hallahan and Ullathorne Houses met to celebrate their recent achievements. It was such a pleasure to award so many badges- lots of silver and gold badges in particular.

A special mention must go to four of our Year 8 students who achieved their Ruby Award for gaining 125 House points each!
Congratulations to Tabitha, Madeline, Caitlyn, and Sophie. 

Read more: House News- Ullathorne takes the lead!

The Yr 8/9 & Yr 10/11 Stafford & District Athletics Championships took place at Rowley Park Stadium, Stafford just over two weeks into the Summer Term.

Grace, Caitlyn and Mary were crowned Stafford & District Champions in the Discus, 1500m and Javelin respectively.

Oliver took double silver medals finishing as runner up in the hurdles and discus.

Henry, Rose and Georgia took bronze medals in the high jump, javelin and discus.

Read more: Yr 8/9/10/11 Stafford & District Athletics Championships

Our U11 mixed tri golf team qualified for the prestigious Staffordshire School Games as one of the best tri golf teams in the County in winning the Stafford & Stone Sports Partnership Competition.

Chipping and putting their way to success through eight different challenges were Marcie, Joel, Sissy, Joe, Alice, Barnaby, Bella, Joe, Harry and Summer.

St. Dominic's have now won this trophy six times in the last seven years!

 

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.

Read more: PSHE Sessions
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