Year 5 Easter Reflection

On the evening of Wednesday 23rd March and the morning of Thursday 24th March, pupils from our Year 5 classes led us a reflection of the Easter Story. They maintained a reverent, respectful manner throughout their outstanding performance. Well done on using such loud, clear voices and enabling our younger children to understand the message of Holy Week…

Life as a Victorian Servant…

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Last week, Year 5 and 6 experienced a once-in-a-lifetime privilege – to spend the day as a Victorian servant! The pupils visited Tatton Park, where they spent the day ‘in character’ learning how to make beds, prepare fires, bake scones and they even had to scrub the floor! What a fantastic day…

Japan Fashion Show

In an effort to support the crisis in Japan, three Year 5 pupils decided to plan and coordinate a school fashion show. On the 8th April, children paraded in the show, dressing in designated categories such as ‘High Fashion’. The event raised an impressive £148.27. Well done to all involved, especially the organising pupils.

Helping Haiti

Over the past few weeks, all the classes at St. Philip’s RC have raised funds for the earthquake victims in Haiti.
Class 9, Year 5, raised a fabulous £80. They had great fun by dressing up, especially one great sport who decided to dress up as a young lady – complete with a fetching handbag! Another member of the class made three delicious, scrumptious and impeccable cakes. People were queuing up at the classroom door to buy a piece! Full details of the fundraising total will follow.