Our reception children and parents were treated to a Time to Read session. As you can see everybody had a great time.
Our children in year 2 upwards attended a short Armistice Day Service in Fenton on Friday 11th November. Our worship ambassadors supported Fr Tommy superbly as we paid our respects and remembered soldiers past and present.
Our Key Stage 2 children received a visit from Soldier Ray Miller as they returned from their half term holiday. He spoke to them about the differences between being a solider today and during WWI. The children found it really interesting and two children even got to dress up!
Our year 6 children took part in a music lesson at St Peter’s Academy.
Our year 6 pupils enjoyed a science lesson at Ormiston Sir Stanley Matthew’s Academy as part of their preparations for high school.
Our Head Boy, Head Girl and two prefects attended the Local Democracy Event. They had a great time visiting The King’s Hall Stoke and finding out more about democracy and what it means for them.
We visited Christ Church to celebrate harvest. Our donations were given to The Salvation Army.
Throughout the academic year 2015/2016 we have held a number of family learning festivals in school. This has been our opportunity to share the great work that we are doing in school with parents and carers.
Year 4 visited Gladstone Pottery museum to find more about their own local history and why the Potteries is a great place to live. They had a great time and even had chance to make their own pottery works of art.
We held our own party to help celebrate the Queen’s 90th Birthday. we sang the national anthem ate lots of cake and had a really good time.
Our Key Stage 2 pupils finally got the opportunity to show off their athletic abilities on a very warm June morning. All children had a great time and thoroughly enjoyed the event. Thank you to Our Lady’s for the use of your field.
Our nursery and reception children really enjoyed their day at Wonderland meeting the characters they have been reading about in their books.