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…
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…
Class 11 have been studying WWII for the past 6 weeks and have absolutely loved learning about this crucial historical period. To end the unit, Christian demonstrated his remarkable piano skills as he played us the classic song, “White Cliffs of Dover”. Some of the class’ wonderful homework is visible too…
Each week, several of our classes work with Mandy from Total Gymnastics. Today they created ‘Gymnastic Dominos’. In the video below you can see Class 11 take on this challenge!
Pupils in Classes 11 and 12 have been completing homework based around WWII. They could choose from a variety of different tasks. In the video below, a pupil from Class 11 demonstrates her considerable baking skills whilst following a WWII recipe. It was delicious!
Having been inspired by Michael Mupurgo’s Kensuke’s Kingdom, pupils in Year 6 have been writing about what it would be like to find themselves as a ‘man overboard’. Listen as the horror of the situation is described in dramatic fashion!
Year 6, Class 11, made Egyptian amulets out of clay. We sprayed them gold or silver and decorated them with jewels. We think that they look impressive!
On Friday 8th October our school celebrated the life of St. Philip, who is the Patron Saint of our school. Class 11 led a mass at church attended by pupils, parents and parishioners. To help remember the generosity of St. Philip, pupils kindly brought in tins of food to help the homeless people of Salford. These tins were distributed to Loaves & Fishes, Revive and Cornerstone and were greatly appreciated. Many thanks to all who contributed to this important event. Below are some images of the tins in church.
Class 11 recently experienced an exhilarating day at Salford Watersports Centre. They took part in activities such as canoeing, windsurfing and bell boating which they all thoroughly enjoyed. The trip is part of the children’s PE curriculum and is a highlight of the year for most pupils. What a way to end a hard year!