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Well done to Martha White in 3F who has designed this fantastic bonfire safety poster as part of the October challenge and has gained extra hours in her passport!
Eleni and Xia Fitrzyk completed a nature trail at Jumbles Reservoir during half term and also did an educational visit to Manchester Museum to gain extra hours in their Children’s University passports! Some lovely photos to show their trips below!
Well done to Eleni in 6F for designing her very own fantastic firework safety poster as part of the Children’s University October challenge! Eleni has gained an hour in her passport for this activity. Well done Eleni!
Well done to some of our children for completing activities from the October half term challenge! Xia Fitrzyk and Kyra Fielding in year 3 both designed their very own bonfire/firework safety posters, earning hours in their passports!
A huge well done to Kylah Green from 6H! At the weekend Kylah took part in Badass Mucker: a 2.5k obstacle course in Lancaster. This included over 20 obstacles in thick mud and cold water! A fantastic achievement Kylah! Well … Continue reading
A huge well done to Abi Leece in year 6 who has gained her black belt in karate at the extremely young age of 10! What a fantastic acheivement Abi! Well done!
Over the summer Darcey from 5F took part in a 3 week summer school at the Octagon Theatre in Bolton, which resulted in an indiviual speaking part in the Railway Children as ‘Tabby’! Darcey also performed at St Catherines Academy in … Continue reading
On Wednesday year 5 took part in an enterprise day where we made our own products and sold them in school and after school. We learnt about budgeting, profits and how to run a small business! We thoroughly enjoyed making … Continue reading
Today year 5 took part on some work on jobs and careers and thought about how to overcome challenges and set backs to ensure we achieve on dreams. We did lots of different activities and asked / answered lots of … Continue reading