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St. Pat’s Got Talent 2018

We finished the term in style today with a beautiful church service for Holy Week, a lovely attendance assembly and, to top it all off, our annual St. Pat’s Got Talent spectacular! Children in each class from Nursery to Year 6 have been auditioning in their classes and practising hard to make through to the finals. The standard was so high again; the talent in this school is truly incredible! We had singing, dancing, piano playing, comedy and even magic!

In the end, Thomas and Alfie from Year 1, and Viyan from Year 6 were this year’s St. Pat’s Got Talent winners with their superb performances, but all the performers were outstanding. It was great to see so many parents there to support the children too, as always.

Well done, everyone and have a lovely Easter. Meanwhile, take a look at some of the photos and videos below!

Reception: 0016794A-03D2-4097-8EF4-97365463D4B9

Thomas and Alfie (Year 1) C1296B99-7970-43E6-B6E1-014E50C3F1F0

Anthony, Kamal, Ismail and Byron (Year 1) 199B2FA3-1B67-4359-BC01-9AF7485963C0

Abbas, Dahir and Muiz (Year 2) CAE4F638-2D0E-4942-963D-4B0B32C63408

Charlie (Year 2) IMG_0168[1]

Amber and Amanda (Year 3) 261C60CD-C2AD-449A-9DB9-1A0589F51996

Joseph, Tyler and John (Year 3) BA00B26F-0781-4186-BA2D-FDA275E6FECF

Giddeon and Adam (Year 4) 8FD90AF1-5510-4E0E-A681-B70BC6961516

Lillianna and Maysie (Year 4) 12E7D62C-1C70-445E-86E4-46744F855767

Year 5 rock band (Year 5) B5318DB9-0260-4913-8571-ABB1176D34D0

Kerin and Daisy (Year 5) BF500B32-7E40-450A-9F8C-AE0F78219FA7

Viyan (Year 6) A6DA7028-9EAE-4C31-B58E-AEF0C72A32B4

21 Pilots (Year 6) B609615A-7DA6-4E68-8E97-0D3D12D196EF

Kieran and Hawi (Year 6) 61B12727-6F87-4885-9C20-AEB478FD70D2





Year 6 Homework

Here is a link to the arithmetic homework as promised to keep you all busy over the holidays.


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The Street Beneath My Feet

Year 2 have started doing some wonderful activities as part of our whole school book this week ‘The Street Beneath My Feet’ by Charlotte Guillain and Yuval Zommer. We started off pretending we were archaeologists/paleontologists and writing a diary entry about what we found during our dig. After that, we produced some fabulous artwork with Faith Bebbington. Today, we went outside on a hunt for insects and minibeasts then started researching and writing facts about animals that live underground. It’s been a great week so far…


Egg Shell Investigation

Last week Year 2 started to investigate what might happen to egg shells in different types of liquids including apple juice, milk, coca cola, orange juice and water. We found out how much sugar was in each liquid (per 100ml) and made predictions about what might happen to the egg shells in each of these liquids after seven days.

We have taken photographs and have kept the eggs in class so we can observe the developments as they happen. They haven’t started to smell yet which is a great relief!



Irish Dancing in Year 2

Year 2 had a fantastic workshop on Friday to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. We had a go at Irish dancing and loved it. Take a look at our photos from the session.

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Science club 5 – the last one!


A little chaotic, but got through a couple of eruptions and made a make-shift lava lamp.

Thank you year 4, we’ve had a blast!



Year 1 St Patrick’s Day Celebrations

We had so much fun on Friday celebrating St Patrick’s Day. Thank you to the Melody Makers for a fantastic dance workshop.



Making a crayon that cannot quit!!!

Year 1 have been reading ‘The Day the Crayons Quit’ By Oliver Jeffers. We have followed instructions to make a crayon that would not quit… a rainbow crayon!! We even designed special wrappers for them. Take a look…



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What’s in soil?

Year 1 have been using different tools to look at what is in soil. First we had to dig and sift soil to find out what was in it.

We found:






and lots of other things, take a look…



Year 1 working with Faith

Today Year 1 have been working Faith to help with the whole school project. We have been using different materials you can find in the ground beneth our feet. We cant wait to see what it looks like.