On Tuesday afternoon some of our pupils took part in the Great Science Share at Tranmere Park Primary School. They were great at showing other children, scientifically explaining what they had been doing, friendly and polite with everyone. Oscar was brilliant – even trying to explain whilst wearing a space helmet!
Click on a picture to see the slide show.
Today saw the Year 5 and Year 6 Talent Show semi-finals, what a talented lot!
England Athletics have created RunTogether to provide opportunities for people to exercise in a friendly and supportive context. They have started a ‘School Gate’ initiative focusing on linking with schools, and being part of the community with the aim of supporting people in getting and keeping fit.
Claire Senior, a Personal Trainer and LiRF (Leader in Running Fitness), is organising a Run Together group based at Allerton CE Primary. It is a FREE! beginners running group, followed by a cuppa in the school’s community cafe.
More details can be found on their Facebook page or the RunTogether website. Booking is essential as places are limited.
Sairah has received a letter from 10 Downing Street:
I am writing on behalf of the Prime Minister to thank you for your excellent letter.
Mrs May very much appreciates the time you have taken to write to her. Your views were very well expressed.
As you may be aware, the Department of Education is responsible for policy regarding education. I have therefore sent your letter to them so that they can reply to you directly.
Please find enclosed a Number 10 pencil so that you can continue to write lovely letters to the Prime Minister.
Thank you, once again, for writing
Year 1 were so excited to share with me,all that they had been finding out about Pirates.
I could have created a whole crew, there were so many wonderful Learning Logs to look at!
Well done Year 1!
It is wonderful to be able to share in the learning journey of each child in school. This was particularly exciting…..a first drawing! Well done!
What a bright and vibrant display, to greet us in to the new year.
Thank you to the Reception children who have shared their paintings with us. They do look fabulous….but can you spot the one which is upside down?!
This is a photo from the start of this week.
As you can see, the extension is really taking shape and is on target to be ready just after Christmas.
We are all really quite excited about this, as it really will make such a difference!
I was delighted to have a visit from this lovely pupil, who was really proud of his writing and also the improvements in his work.
It was a privilege to share his excitement!
Keep it up!
I am incredibly proud of the children who took part in the cross country event at Cardinal Heenan High School today.
Mr Gwilliam and Mrs Willis went with them and were impressed by their attitude.
They were so wet and walked there and back too!
Huge well done!!