Our School Prefects have put together a number of important messages to mark Safer Internet Day 2021.
Congratulations to all our children who took part in a range of activities for Catholic School’s Week. They are absolutely fantastic. Well done too, to our Pupil Leadership Team who launched Catholic School’s Week at our Weekly Online Assembly. This can be viewed at the bottom of the pag
P3/4 have been very busy at home taking part in a series of Experiments and Making Puppets as part of their World Around Us and Literacy Work. Have a look at their work.
One of the first lessons of the day was to get out and enjoy the snow before it disappears. These eager beavers didn’t have to be told twice. Lots of fun in the snow but also lots of excellent work uploaded as well. Happy smiles all round and what a way to get Online Learning […]
Santa Letter Posting: We posted our letters to Santa in a special post box that magically appeared in our school foyer: Santa’s Elves pay us a visit: You may be aware that Santa’s post box mysteriously arrived in the school foyer last week. Unfortunately the school camera’s were tu
P2 had great fun making Chocolate Cones as part of their Math’s 3D Shape Topic. Excellent work and well done to all.
The true meaning of Christmas, with the spirit of giving and thankfulness, is truly on display in our school. We are delighted to be able to send to Mary’s Meals our collection from P6 and P7 during the month of November and December which totalled £105. One of our P7 parents, Nua
Congratulations to this Half Term Certificate Winners. Certificates are were awarded for Consistent Effort, Homework, Excellent Handwriting, Good Behaviour, Writing Wizard and Maths Kid. In addition, certificate presentations were also made to the winners of the Monsignor McGrane House System for