We had a non-uniform day to raise money for the men and women of the armed forces. We raised a total of £148.30. Many thanks to everyone who donated.
Many thanks to everyone who supported our Macmillan Coffee morning. We raised a total of £243.
Well done to everyone that took part in the tournament today. Fantastic representation for the school. We came fourth overall with 2 wins, 3 draws and 1 loss.
As it sits awaiting collection, a big "THANK YOU!" to everyone who helped decorate our Book Bench for the trail in Manchester this summer.The men who came to varnish and weatherproof it on Friday commented on how colourful it was and how it would really stand out!
A team of ten Year 6 children enjoyed taking part in the Guy Hutchence Sports Memorial Event held in the Regional Sports Centre at the Etihad Stadium last Friday afternoon. The children competed as a team against other local schools in four main events. All schools were asked to follow the RESPECT (Resilience, Empathy, Selfaware, Positivity, Excellence, Communication, Team work ) agenda. Our children certainly did that and I was very proud of them and how well they performed in all the challenges.
As part of our non-uniform day today the children raised a total of £293 which has been donated to the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund.
Many thanks to eveyrone for your support.
Visit https://www.justgiving.com/campaigns/charity/redcross/manchesteremergencyfund to view our donation or make a donation as well.
To offer our support to the We love Manchester Emergency Fund we're holding a non-uniform day on Friday 26th May with all proceeds being donated. We will let you know as soon as possible how much we raise.
Mrs Tennant has pledged our support for the strategic plan and key priorities to achieve Manchester's Vision for Physical Education, School Sport & Physical Activity. For more information visit their website:
We had a lovely surprise when Mrs Patricia Atherton called in to school recently. She taught here from 1965 until 1973 and told me that she had the Year 6 class which was called Standard 4 then. Her Headteacher was called Stanley Critchley who I had the pleasure of meeting shortly before he was killed in a car accident. Mrs Atherton enjoyed her tour around school. She thought our school was lovely, extremely bright, airy and pleasing. She was very impressed with the provision for children of all abilities. If you or anyone you know used to work in our school, we will always be happy to welcome you back.
Many thanks to everyone for dressing up in fantastic Roald Dahl themed outfits as part of our World Book Day Celebrations. Here's a gallery of photos from the day.
Book Bench Competition.
Our Book Bench has arrived in school today as part of #readmanchester. We're having a whole school competition to decide on the design. Our children will come up with a design that reflects our love of books and reading. Favourite book, author, character, anything goes.
Our school council will help with the judging and the winning pupil will get to help with the decorating of the actual book bench.
The book bench will be located in Manchester in the summer as part of a reading trail before being given back to us to keep in September.
Many thanks for all the support for our McMillan Coffee morning, we raised a total of £500.
You may have heard on the news that the NUT Teacher’s Union will be striking on Tuesday, 5th July 2016 and some schools will close or partially close.
However, our School will remain fully open so please send your children into school as usual on this day.
Yours sincerely MRS L TENNANT Headteacher