All pupils from Form I upwards enjoyed taking part in World Maths Day at the beginning of March. Twenty live games on ‘Mathletics’ of increasing difficulty were undertaken during the day by each pupil and children were battli
The children produced some stunning art with an African theme this term ready for the Art Exhibition in March. We were delighted to see their beautiful pictures professionally mounted, framed, catalogued and displayed in the
We were delighted to invite parents to a special Open Assembly to celebrate St.
Forms V, VI and VII were very excited to go to see the musical, ‘Her Benny’ this week at The Royal Court Theatre, Liverpool, not least because the show was starring our very own Mia
Form I have been finding out about different types of houses during our topic this half-term.
Rabbie Burns was celebrated in style this year with the next in our series of our Open Assemblies.
In technology club, groups of children have been designing and constructing lollipop stick bridges. The objective was to find a design which is both strong and light. Each bridge was of the same overall length and was weighe
Girls and boys, of all abilities, have had the chance to take part in a new gymnastics club this half term. Mrs.
This year’s nativity play, ‘Busy, Busy Bethlehem’ by Niki Davies, told of the busy preparations for the approaching census day.