Watch out! There’s a boggart about!

Year 1 had great fun creating boggarts on the trees outside. They used clay and natural items such as leaves and sticks.

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Into the Underworld at the Royal Northern College of Music

Year 6 had the amazing opportunity to help create an opera based on the story of Orpheus in the Underworld with composers and musicians from the world famous Royal Northern College of Music. There were four schools involved, who each took a scene from the story and put together the music and action. The final opera was performed on the stage at the RNCM with a full orchestra and real opera singers. It was a wonderful performance from all the children and it great to see how many parents and staff went to support our children.

For more information and photos of this project please click here.

Our 2015 Year 6 also took part in this project and created an opera called After the Storm. Follow this link to see their photos and video.

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Foundation Stage Nativity 2017

Click here to see our fabulous Foundation Stage Nativity Play

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Reverse Advent

Our Year 5 and 6 children have being collecting items of food for a reverse advent calendar…they have filled the calendar rather than taking things out! They decided to do this for Cornerstones, a local charity that support the homeless. A lovely, kind gesture that shows our school values in action. Thanks to Mr Connolly for organising it.

reverse advent

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Nativity 2017

Foundation Stage performed their Nativity play for the rest of the school this afternoon. It was excellent, with lots of singing and dancing. The story of Christmas shone through and put everyone in the Christmas spirit. We hope the parents enjoy it this afternoon. If you or your family missed it there is a video here

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Festive Friday in Foundation Stage

Our Foundation Stage children and parents had a fun filled start to the day when the Foundation Stage staff organised a wonderful Festive Friday for them. They even had a special visitor!

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Year 4 spreading Christmas cheer!

Year 4 visited Gorton Parks Care Home for their annual Christmas sing along. We don’t know who enjoyed it more – the children or the residents! The staff said that the children were very sensitive towards the residents, many of whom are vulnerable. We feel that it is very important that our children develop an empathy towards elderly people and they did us proud.

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