Today Y6 leave St. Philip’s. They will be missed and we wish them lots of luck in their future education!
The pupils had a great time at Friday’s disco! Just the leavers assembly to go before we say good bye…
Dear Parents/Carers, I am writing to you over the Easter holidays with some very sad news. This morning, we received the news that Frances Butcher, a former teacher at St. Philip’s, had died at the age of 64. Frances was a … Continue reading
Reception Class 1 and Class 2 have been celebrating their wonderful gifts, talents, ambitions and dreams with the school. Take a look at our assembly…
This week, pupils from Y6 have visited Lledr Hall in Snowdonia for an exhilarating residential trip. They enjoyed a variety of activities, tried many new foods and behaved superbly. The above video features pupils from Mr Cooper’s class (11). Footage from Class 12 to follow ASAP…
Our Y6 pupils leave St. Philip’s today, but, do you remember them like this?! Good luck!
Update: This really shows how much they’ve changed!
On Tuesday 12th June, Reception went on their school trip to ‘Imagine That’ in Liverpool. During our visit, the children got to watch a thrilling science show with rockets, volcanoes and bubbles. They also attended three workshops where they made slime, bath bombs and fridge magnets! ‘Imagine That’ was filled with many other wonderful things for the children to explore such as a wind tunnel, giant electrical circuits and a giant bubble maker where the children could stand inside a ring and make a bubble that was potentially 6ft high! Unbelievabubble! In the ‘Imagination Village’, there was a bustling high street, which was brimming with ideas to inspire their imaginations. The children got to play in a Pizzeria, a Pet rescue centre, a Hair Salon, an American Diner, a Supermarket, a Car Wash, a Theatre, a Back stage costume area and a T.V Studio. What an amazing day was had by all! Thank you to all the parents that helped and made this trip possible.
From January to March Miss Myrtle set off to South Africa volunteering for a programme called International Citizenship Service (ICS). During her time there she stayed in the province of Limpopo (one of the hottest provinces in South Africa), in Tzaneen, in a small village called Mogapene.
Whilst in South Africa Miss Myrtle was teaching in schools, working in Orphanages and running afterschool clubs. In the schools classes were made up of around seventy children. Sometimes five children would share a desk made for two children. There were no computers or interactive whiteboards, just a chalkboard and chalk. However, even though the children might not have had computers or interactive whiteboards, they made up for this with their sense of joy and love for the community they lived in. Miss Myrtle explained how lovely it was to be involved in such a community where everyone felt involved and welcomed, even though they did not have much they would share all that they had.
Miss Myrtle told the children that her experience taught her how lucky we are to have a lovely school and wonderful teachers and parents. We do not all have to travel to Africa to make a difference, what you see as a small random act of kindness might be a grand lovely gesture to someone else. As Mother Teresa said, ‘if you want to change the world start at home…. Do small things with GREAT love.’
On Wednesday 28th March, the Year 5s in Mr Marshall and Miss Kildunne’s classes performed the Passion play for the school. They were accompanied by members of the choir in Year 6 in a performance that was described as “deeply moving”, “highly professional” and “reverent”.
Some of the highlights are shown in this short video.