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Shine Day 2017!

The children and staff had another fantastic Shine Day! Thank you to all of the volunteers who offered their time and resources and to all of our hardworking staff!

Children's Parade 2017

 Mrs Northage and some of our Parents helped to make a very realistic Duck for this year's Children's parade!

World Book Day 2017

We had a Fabulous World Book Day!

The whole school dressed up...

The class winners were...

Our staff looked imaginative too!

One World Week 20th - 24th February

One World Week was an exciting learning experience for all of the classes!

  • Nursery learnt about breads from different parts of the world
  • Reception learnt about South Africa
  • Year 1 learnt about Kenya
  • Year 2 learnt about Italy
  • Year 3 learnt about India
  • Year 4 learnt about Poland
  • Year 5 learnt about China
  • Year 6 learnt about Japan

They all sampled specially made food from their countries!   

 

Thank you to Bike it Ben who has visited our school recently to help the children learn to ride their bikes and has also run workshops for our parents!

 

Anti-bullying week 14th - 18th November

Anti-bullying week is coordinated by the Anti-Bullying Alliance and this year takes place from 14th - 18th November. It shines a spotlight on bullying and encourages all children, teachers and parents to take action against bullying throughout the year.

The theme this year is "Power for Good" with the following key aims:

  • To support children and young people to use their Power for Good - by understanding the ways in which they are a powerful and encouaging individual and collective action to stop bullying and create the best world possible.
  • To help parents and carers to use their Power for Good - through supporting children with issues relating to bullying and working together with schools to stop bullying.
  • To encourage all teachers, school support staff and youth workers to use their Power for Good - by valuing the difference they can make in a child's life, and taking individual and collective action to prevent bullying and create safe environments where children can thrive.

Walk to School Week 16th - 20th May

If you want to find out more information, please check out the website: www.walktoschool.org.uk/

Children's Parade 2016!

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World Book Day! The pupils all looked amazing!

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The class winners are...

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The staff looked fantastic too!

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Our superb basketball team came second at a recent inter-school competition!!

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As part of our Sports Premium Funding we are committed to supporting and inproving the skills of our staff and pupils in a range of sports.

​Look at our year 3 class having a basketball lesson with instructor Tom from South Coast Elite basketball!

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December Show - St Mary Mags Has Got Talent!

A small sample of our talented pupils -

Christmas dinner was as usual a great success!

Many thanks to our wonderful kitchen staff - Helen, Pat and Brigit!

Pupils from years 4,5 and 6 competed in the Cross Country Event at Waterhall

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I Can We Can Day

Albion in the Community came to school to raise awareness of disabilities in sport. The children joined in sign language, sit down volleyball, wheelchair basketball and Bocce!

We have just received our Bronze Sainsbury's School Games Mark Award for commitment, engagement and delivery of competitive sport in 2014/15!

Walk to School Week 2015

Children's Parade 2015

Space Week!

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Art Week!

2014 Attendance Winners!

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World Cup Fever!

During the last year we have held many exciting events at school. We invited some live chickens to a school assembly and then incubated their eggs! Weeks later we watched with amazement as little chicks hatched! Once they had grown a little and their downy feathers had dried all fluffy we gave them back to the farm.

As 2012 was the year of the Olympics, we joined the City Centre Cluster Schools in running our own Olympic Torch to each of the schools! We even had an Olympian, Andrew Osagie, train us for the day! We also entered lots of spoting events over the year and our boys football team won a cluster championship!

The year of the Queens Jubilee saw us holding a wonderful picnic in the decorated school playground!

Please enjoy looking through the photos.

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