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Year 6 Leavers

We are so proud of every single child in Year 6 and know they will continue to fabulous work and attitude at secondary school! Here’s the photo powerpoint from our assembly this morning

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Year 4 Science Trip to Liverpool Life Sciences UTC

Year 4 enjoyed a great science afternoon in Liverpool Life Sciences UTC today. The Year 10 and Year 12 students at the UTC led excellent, practical sessions in biology, physics and chemistry, and we learned so much! We even had a tour of the college afterwards and got to meet some animals! Take a look at some of the photos from the day.

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Year 3 to Liverpool Life Sciences UTC

We had a fantastic afternoon of science yesterday in the Liverpool Life Sciences UTC. Year 3 took part in some very interesting biology, chemistry and physics workshops, doing practical science investigations led by the superb Year 10 and Year 12 pupils. We can’t wait to come back!

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Year 4 Making Bath Bombs!

In our last science lesson, we made our own colourful, fragrant and fantastic bath bombs! We used a range of ingredients and we had to do some careful measuring and mixing, before scooping the mixtures into the moulds.

 

After the bath bombs had set, we dropped them into a nice bath! Take a look at what happened next!

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Year 4, can you explain how our readers could make their own bath bombs in the comments below?

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  1. Noobie says:

    To Make A Bath Bomb You Will Need
    Citric Acid Power
    Cream Of Tartar
    Sodium Bicarbonate (baking soda)
    250ml Plastic Beaker
    Table Spoon Stainless Steel
    Small Plastic Resealable Bags
    Bath Bomb Moulds – DISPOSABLE FOOD POTS + 240
    Essential Oil Cinnamon
    Essential Oil Mint
    Essential Oil Peach
    Red Food Colouring
    Green Food Colouring
    Blue Food Coulouring
    Corn Starch
    Olive Oil
    250ml Tri Pour Beak
    That’s Just The Ingredients Have Fun

  2. How to make your own ‘Bathbombs’
    Ingredients:
    Citruc acid powder , baking soda , tartaric acid , Tripour
    beaker , essence oil , any kind of food colouring , little paper mounds😜
    Method:
    1.2 tablespoons of baking soda!
    2.1 teaspoon of tartaric acid!
    3. 1 teaspoon corn starch!
    4. 1 teaspoon of citric acid!
    5. 250ml of tripour beaker!
    6. 2.5 tablespoons of oil!
    7.About 2/3 drops of essence oil!
    8.4/6 drops of food colouring!
    9.Add little paper mounds!
    😊Enjoy😋 ❤️❤️❤️

  3. Latifah and Thai says:

    To make your own bath bombs you will need:citric acid powder, cream of tarter, sodium bicarbinate, 250ml plastic beaker,table spoon stainless steel,small plastic resemble bags, essential oil,food colouring, corn starch,olive oil,250ml tri pour beaker.Mix the dry ingregredients altogether in the trip our beaker. Mix up the wet ingredients.Add the liquid to the dry mixture and mix. Place it in the sauce moods.ENJOY😜

  4. How to make your own ‘Bathbombs’
    Ingredients:
    Citruc acid powder , baking soda , tartaric acid , Tripour
    beaker , essence oil , any kind of food colouring , little paper mounds😜
    Method:
    1.2 tablespoons of baking soda!
    2.1 teaspoon of tartaric acid!
    3. 1 teaspoon corn starch!
    4. 1 teaspoon of citric acid!
    5. 250ml of tripour beaker!
    6. 2.5 tablespoons of oil!
    7.About 2/3 drops of essence oil!
    8.4/6 drops of food colouring!
    9.Add little paper mounds!
    😊Enjoy This In Your Bath😋

  5. How to make your own ‘Bathbombs’
    Ingredients:
    Citruc acid powder , baking soda , tartaric acid , Tripour
    beaker , essence oil , any kind of food colouring , little paper mounds😜
    Method:
    1.2 tablespoons of baking soda!
    2.1 teaspoon of tartaric acid!
    3. 1 teaspoon corn starch!
    4. 1 teaspoon of citric acid!
    5. 250ml of tripour beaker!
    6. 2.5 tablespoons of oil!
    7.About 2/3 drops of essence oil!
    8.4/6 drops of food colouring!
    9.Add little paper mounds!
    😊Enjoy This In Your Bath😋 ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️Bye

  6. Tyler says:

    Hello school bloggers do you want to make a bath bomb? Then here are the items:
    Citric acid
    Cream of Tartar
    Sodium bicarbonate
    250ML plastic beaker
    Table spoon stainless
    Small plastic resealable

  7. How to make your own ‘Bathbombs’
    Ingredients:
    Citruc acid powder , baking soda , tartaric acid , Tripour
    beaker , essence oil , any kind of food colouring , little paper mounds😜
    Method:
    1.2 tablespoons of baking soda!
    2.1 teaspoon of tartaric acid!
    3. 1 teaspoon corn starch! Nearly the end of the method
    4. 1 teaspoon of citric acid!
    5. 250ml of tripour beaker!
    6. 2.5 tablespoons of oil!
    7.About 2/3 drops of essence oil!
    8.4/6 drops of food colouring!
    9.Add little paper mounds!
    😊Enjoy This In Your Bath😋 ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️Bye

  8. Noobie says:

    To Make A Bath Bomb You Will Need
    Citric Acid Power
    Cream Of Tartar
    Sodium Bicarbonate (baking soda)
    250ml Plastic Beaker
    Table Spoon Stainless Steel
    Small Plastic Resealable Bags
    Bath Bomb Moulds – DISPOSABLE FOOD POTS + 240
    Essential Oil Cinnamon
    Essential Oil Mint
    Essential Oil Peach
    Red Food Colouring
    Green Food Colouring
    Blue Food Coulouring
    Corn Starch
    Olive Oil
    250ml Tri Pour Beak

    How To Do It By Step
    1.2 Talble Spoons Of Sodium hydrogen
    2.1 Teaspoon Of Tartaric Acid
    3.1 Teaspoon Of Corn Starch
    4.1 Teaspoon Of Citric Acid
    5.250ml Tripour Beaker
    6.2.5 Tablespoons Of Oil
    7.About 2-3 Drops Of Essence Oil
    8.4-6 Drops Of Food Couloring
    9.Little Paper Moulds

  9. Hasti says:

    BATH BOMBS
    ingredients
    1)2 teaspoon of baking soda
    2)1 teaspoon of tartaric acid
    3)1 teaspoon of corn starch
    4)1 teaspoon of citric acid
    5)250ml tripour beaker
    6)2.5. tablespoon oil
    7)About 2-3 drops of essence oil
    8)4-6 drops of food colouring
    9)little paper moulds

    How to make it
    Mix the dry ingredients together in the tripour beaker .
    Mix the wet ingredients together in the other tripour beaker.Add the liquids to the dry ingredients and mix thoroughly.Place mixture into the little sauce moulds and pack down tightly try and hear a click .Let the bath bombs dry overnight.

    Enjoy the explosive fun of you chemistry lesson!!!!!🙃😊

  10. Brandon says:

    Are you jealous that we made bath bombs in year 4 ?do you want to make it yourself?all you need is citric acid power,cream of tartar,sodium bicarbonate,250ml plastic beaker,table spoon stainless
    Steel,small plastic resealable bags,bath bomb moulds-DISPOSABLE FOOD POTSx240,essential oil-peach cinnamon mint,food colouring,corn starch olive oil and 250ml tri pout beaker. Then you need to is mix the liquids together in a pot and then mix the solids together in a separate pot when mixed put them together then mix again when mixed put in mould and then put the mould in the fridge for over night then it is done bye

  11. Amanda says:

    Ha are u jealous of year 4 making bath bombs ? Well don’t be jealous because I will tell u how to make bath bombs ! Just follow my lead ok .First you will need a jug to pour in citric acid powder then,put some baking soda next, mix them in.After that,( if you want to ) put in oil that will make a smell in your bath bomb next,put a drop of colour

  12. Bacon hair says:

    To make a bath bomb you need the following ingredients
    2 tablespoons of sodium hydrogen-carbonate (baking soda)
    1 teaspoon of tartaric acid
    1 teaspoon of corn starch
    a teaspoon of citric acid
    250ml tripour beaker
    2.5 tablespoon oil
    2-3 drops of essence oil (smell for bath bomb)
    4-6 drops of food colouring
    Little paper moulds
    How to make a bath bomb
    Mix dry ingredients in a beaker (baking soda,corn starch,tartaric acid and citric acid)
    Mix wet ingredients (oil,water,essential oil,food colouring)
    Add wet ingredients with dry ingredients very thoroughly
    Place mixture in paper moulds (hold tightly)
    Put bath bomb in fridge overnight
    Throw the bath bomb in water
    HAVE FUN!

  13. Annaliece says:

    To make bath bombs you will need: citric acid powder, cream of tartar , sodium bicarbonate ( baking soda) 250ml plastic beaker , table spoon of stainless steel, small plastic reveal able bags,bathbombs moulds, disposable food pots,essential oil cinnamon , essential oil mint, essential oil peach, red food colouring,blue food colouring, green food colouring, corn starch , olive oil, 250ml tri pour beaker

  14. Farhan says:

    To make a bath bomb you need to use baking soda cream of tartar sodium bicarbonate 250ml of a beaker table spoon stainless steel small plastic resebeall bags bath bombs moulds disposale food pots x 240

  15. Yasmin says:

    1.2 tablespoons of baking soda
    2.1 teaspoon of tartaric acid
    3. 1 teaspoon of corn starch
    4.1 teaspoon of cirtic acid
    5.250ml tripour beaker
    6. 2.5 tablespoon

  16. Amberhjjk says:

    To make a bath bomb you need Citicorp acid power , cream of tartar, sodium baking soda, 205ml plastic beaker ,table spoon,small plastic bags,bath bombs moulds, esstail oil, food colouring , cornstarch , olive oil.
    2 Table spoons baking soda ,1 teaspoon
    .

  17. At an says:

    To make a bath bom you will need citric acid,cream of Tartar,Sodium bicarbonate,

  18. JA says:

    To make a bath bom you will need citric acid,cream of Tartar,Sodium bicarbonate

  19. Arman says:

    To make a bath bom you will need citric acid,cream of Tartar,Sodium bicarbonate

  20. Alfie ungi says:

    to make a bath bomb you will need
    1) 2 tablespoons sodium hydrogen carbonate
    2) 1 teaspoon tartaric acid
    3) 1 teaspoon corn starch
    4) 1 teaspoon citric acid
    5) 250ml tripour beaker
    6)2.5 tablespoons oil
    7)about 2 -3 drops of essence oil

    8) 4-6 drops of food colouring
    9) Little paper mounds

    Mix the dry ingredients (baking soda,tartaric acid,corn

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Half term homework

Here is a fabulous document that can help you with your maths work.

Maths homework

The document is split up into arithmetic, reasoning paper 2 and reasoning paper 3. Pick you weak point that you need to focus on and find it within the papers. Once you’ve found it, click on the URL link on the right hand side – this new document will take you through strategies of calculations and give you some examples to work through.

 

Please also continue to focus on your basic number facts – your quick recall of multiplication and division facts. You can never do enough of this!

 

But also Year 6 … have a great half term – you’ve all earned it.

 

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A lovely start to International Week!

We have had a great start to International Week in Nursery and Reception, with the children enjoying learning about Poland and Polish culture. We have been making Polish cucumber dip, and can’t wait to try it later! We have also been exploring symmetry in Polish folk art called Wycinanki, making our own designs by cutting and sticking indoors, or using natural materials outside. Then we had some very special visitors! Zuzanna, Maia and Victoria came to to tell us all about going to school in Poland, read some Polish poetry and tell us about national traditional dress. Thank you so much girls! Dziękuję!

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Year 2 visit the Walker Art Gallery

Year 2 had a great time at the Walker Art Gallery last week, we looked at lots of modern art and discussed how we create abstract art using different sized shapes, zig zag lines and squiggles. We took some great pieces of work back to school with us and had time to have a quick look around the gallery before lunch. 

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  1. Ivys big sis says:

    Awww so cute

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Bauble making

Year 1 had a lovely morning making baubles. We have some very talented artists.

 

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Our Amazing Christmas Music Assembly

Today, we held our annual Christmas Music Assembly, which is always one of the highlights of the year as we get to showcase the incredible talent we have in St. Patrick’s! Every class performed something special that they had been working on in their music lessons with Mr. Larkin, and we also had wonderful performances from Mr. Wellens’ Y5/6 clarinet group and Y5/6 flute group, Mr. Morgan’s Violin Club and, of course, our fabulous school choir. The quality of the performances this year was outstanding! We are so proud of all our talented pupils.

Take a look at some of the performances from today’s assembly.

Year 4 – 3 Little Birds with clarinets (part 1)

Year 4 – 3 Little Birds with clarinets (part 2)

Year 1 – Twinkle Twinkle Little Star (1)

Year 1 – Twinkle Twinkle Little Star (2)

Year 1 – Twinkle Twinkle Little Star (3)

Violin Club – Silent Night

Violin Club – Jingle Bells

Violin Club – Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer

Year 5 & 6 Clarinets – A Million Dreams

Year 5 & 6 Flutes – Castle on the Hill

Year 2 – Wade in the Water

Year 3 – Shake it Off

Year 5 – Dancing in the Street

Year 6 – Blackbird

Jasmine and EYFS – Away in a Manger

Choir – Somewhere in my Memory

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4 responses to “Our Amazing Christmas Music Assembly”

  1. Teresa Baker says:

    I really enjoyed the music assembly. Well done everyone. It was lovely seeing Jasmine singing with school choir too. It was also nice to see all the instruments. Seeing familiar faces in the teachers

  2. wow i enjoyed the performance that all classes tried hard thank you Mrs Lewis and Mr Larkin very thank you OUR WHOLE SCHOOL IS IN YOUTUBE WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. Saya says:

    Aww you guys were playing the flute I play the flute and in a few months I’m going to take my grade exam. You should of told me to come and help with the flutist, I would be happy to help as I used to go to st. Patricks.

  4. Mohamed madani says:

    That was brilliant performance today

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Feliz Navidad from Year 4

Year 4 have recorded some Christmas messages for our partner school in Madrid, CEIP Gabriela Mistral. Take a look on the link below:

Year 4 Christmas messages: https://youtu.be/VqPtl_M-l6Y

The children in Years 3 and 5 have also written Christmas cards that they have posted to Madrid.

Feliz Navidad!

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