We are so pleased that some of our children have now returned to school. They have really enjoyed being back in their school, seeing their friends and teachers. It’s still different to how it was before we closed on 20th March, but our children are definitely enjoying their new learning.
Our year 6 participated in The Big Play as part of the Big Month of Music, March 2020. They performed Hanschen Klein, translated as Little Hans, superbly. A wonderful performance as they have only been learning since September 2019. Well done year 6!
As part of their Stone Age learning challenge Year 3 visited Hanley Museum. They studied and made fossils as well as learning more about Stone Age Man.
After only a term, our year 6 children performed their first concert in front of a very appreciative audience. We were extremely impressed with how well they all played.
Our year 6 visited Longton Fire Station to take part in a number of health and safety activities. Not only did the children have an enjoyable morning they increased there awareness of how to stay safe in various circumstances.
Our new library was opened by our local MP Jack Brereton on what would have been Charles Dickens’ birthday. All children participated in activities linked to Charles Dickens as well as spending time in their new library environment. The day was a huge success and our library is now a library to be very proud […]
Christmas was a very busy time for all of our children. They took part in a number of concerts and nativity performances throughout December for parents and members of the local community. These were performed at Christ Church, in school, the Mitchell Memorial Theatre and The Grocott Centre.
We were very lucky to be joined by Bishop Geoff join us as we celebrated Christ the King. This was one of Bishop Geoff”s last services as a Bishop before his retirement. This made our patronal service even more special.
Year 4 had a very exciting day when they visited the DEWA Roman experience on a crisp December day. After Roman drill training they got to see how archaeologists are finding out more about the Romans and the time they spent in Chester. I think Mrs Park, their class teacher, was very glad that a […]
Year 1 spent time during the autumn term learning about Victorian toys and what it would have been like to be a child during the Victorian Era. Their visit allowed them to dress like Victorian children, make pomanders and experience what a Victorian Christmas would have been like.
Year 5 visited Hanley Museum for an Ancient Greek inspired workshop. They got to see some Ancient Greek pots and then design their own which they then made. The pots are now part of our own school museum.
Our Year 6 class enjoyed a superb day out in London visiting the Royal Mews and the Houses of Parliament. It was a very early start from Stoke Railway Station but visiting both the House of Commons and the House of Lords during the Brexit debates was well worth the early start and late finish.