Well done to all those girls and boys from Years 3, 4, 5 and 6 who got up early on Saturday mornings to complete the courses at Buile Hill Park or Bolton Road playing field. St Philip’s are especially proud of the 16 runners who braved the snow, sleet and freezing conditions at Bolton Road on the 9th December. The season has now ended with our Year 3-4 girls’ team narrowly missing out on coming third. Well done to Isla for achieving silver as a year 4 runner! Congratulations to Joseph (Year 6), he has been selected to represent Salford Schools at the Greater Manchester Championships, at Heaton Park on 3rd February 2018.
Today, Class 11 responded to a letter from a pupil hoping to join St. Philip’s. They thought about our school’s mission and tried to express our values. We hope they can spread the Good News, just like St. Paul did!
Reception learned all about how we can show our love for each other during our recent Social Justice topic. Inspired by the book ‘Guess How Much I Love you?’ by Sam McBratney, the children retold the story and also talked … Continue reading
Nursery learned all about how much God loves them during our recent Social Justice topic.
The most popular book from our class altar has always been ‘God Knows All About Me’. The children made up actions for the words and wanted to share our favourite rhymes with you all. Please enjoy!
Class 9 have been exploring the story of The Pied Piper of Hamelin. This week they have been rehearsing the narrative poem in preparation for a whole class performance. Watch their final performance here – they did a fantastic job!
Pupils in Class 11 have being learning about how they can praise God – even in French! Thanks to Madame Birtwistle for teaching the pupils this fantastic song. It means: ‘Jesus is the rock of my life’.
This week the whole school are learning about the theme of ‘Social Justice’. Class 11 have spent the morning working on a dance based around the classic poem No Man is and Island. They have learnt how unity is essential in our society…