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Pensioners Christmas Party

This afternoon the children in school prepared a Christmas treat for our pensioners, home made Christmas iced biscuits along with traditional mince pies.  The ECO council, the prayer monitors and the school council as well as the choir were all involved. Carol singing from the choir, along with plenty of friendly conversation, a good time […]

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A Busy Morning at Haigh Hall!

On Friday, Year Two had a wonderful, wintery morning at Haigh Hall Country Park. In Geography, we have been learning all about our local town so we visited Haigh Hall to see some of the human and physical landmarks in our local area. Year Two were fantastic at spotting the features from the viewpoint and […]

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Year 3 and 6 PAL’s

Our theme in PAL’s this week was friendship. We decided to put on our craft heads and make some friendship bracelets. Year 6 and Year 3 worked wonderfully together to create some lovely friendship bracelets for each other. Everyone found it a little tricky at first but soon they all got the hang of it. Look […]

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Year 6 trip to Fiddler’s Ferry

Fiddler’s Ferry Power Station. On Thursday, 8th November, 2018 Y6 took a class trip to Fiddler’s Ferry Power Station as part of our geography topic – renewable energy. When we arrived, we watched a PowerPoint about Fiddler’s Ferry and how it works. After that we made electric circuits {we had to light a light bulb […]

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Lest we Forget

Our Prayer garden is complete with all the elements that  we wish to portray Sacred Heart Peace Garden Poppies – symbol of remembrance Plants – representing our countries England – Primrose , Scotland – Heather ,Ireland – Shamrock Wales – Daffodil bulbs (planted in a trench in the garden)   100 years since the end […]

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Remembrance day activities in reception

Reception class have been learning that we wear poppies to help us to remember the brave soldiers. We said prayers to thank the soldiers during our Collective Worship. We made poppy candle holders using the clay and we have painted poppy pictures. This weekend, we will light our poppy candles with our families and remember the […]

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Roman Numerals

This week, Y5 have been learning about Roman Numerals. We are able to convert between numbers and Numerals and have practised writing dates. We now write our date in our Maths books using Roman Numerals. Some of us completed Match Attax cards where we had to convert the different skills from Roman Numerals to numbers. Others made Roman […]

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Bonfire night activities in Reception

The children in reception class have been very excited about bonfire night. We have been thinking about  firework safety rules and have used fantastic descriptive language to talk about fireworks such as “sparkley, bright lights” and “enormous bangs”. We have made toffee apples and breadstick sparklers as a special bonfire treat. We have done some […]

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Faith into Action visit The Brick!

Today, a few members of Faith in Action visited The Brick to donate toiletries. For the past two weeks, Faith In Action pupils and their generous families have been collecting toiletries to donate to those less fortunate than us. The volunteers and the people they help were waiting to meet us and they were very grateful […]

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Harvest Time

Today, the children, parents and families gathered in Sacred Heart Church to give thanks for this years Harvest . The children sang and spoke well, the choir’s singing was  lovely  as they sang “We come to your feast.” Some photographs below showing our Harvest Celebration    

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