Our Year 4 class are currently participating in the Adopt a Chef programme. Not only are they having great fun but they are learning some really important life skills.
Our dance club represented the school at Dance 17 with an amazing display of 80’s dance. The children were truly fabulous!
Our school was lucky enough to be one of the first to try out Google Expeditions. They were able to visit rainforests, Ancient Greece, the barrier reef and many other wonderful places.
Four of our year 6 children were invited to attend the Science Week Spectacular 2017 which had been organised by The City Council working with Wavemaker Stoke and the University of Exeter. The children had a great time and left as the winners. A huge well done to you all!
Our pupils and parents celebrated the Potteries for our latest Family Learning Day. It was great to see so many parents and grandparents join us as we found out about the wonderful city in which we live.
Our nursery children and parents took part in their first Bookstart session.
Our year 3 and year 4 football team in action against Our Lady’s Primary.
Our year 4 visited Manchester Science Museum. They loved finding out about transport and how it’s changed over the years. They even got to see an old weaving machine in action!
Our year 1 class really enjoyed their visit to Stafford Castle.
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!