Our Prep VI girls played some great Netball during their first match of the season away at Light Oaks School. There was in particular some great teamwork on display – perhaps a throwback to our bonding sessions on the residential?
With our Red Tractor burgers consumed, it was time to head off into the woods for our evening campfire. Our teachers hoped there would not be any further controversy after Izabella had ‘stolen’ Mr. Suter’s dessert when his back was
Prep V arrived at Trafford Hall at 11am on Tuesday 12th, raring to go. Unpacking the well-packed mini buses was the first task before they made their way to the playing fields and made a beeline for the willow trees
After an uneventful night’s sleep (eventually), there were lots of bright faces this morning ready for the day’s activities. After a hearty breakfast, we met our instructors who took us off into Wales – Llangollen to be exact – where
The weather gods favoured us as we arrived at Chester YHA to glorious blue skies and very little promise of rain – unlike some of the other groups who have been a little less lucky with the weather. Straight off
(Written by Mr Rooney with the kind help of Casey). We arrived at school feeling happy and excited about our first residential trip to YHA Chester. We loaded the mini buses with the sun popping through the dark clouds. We
As the summer holidays draw to a close (although you wouldn’t know it from the weather), it’s time again for our new school year to begin once more. Teachers have been in preparing things for our first day tomorrow, and
Click this link: Bridgewater’s Got Talent If you needed something to make you smile over the summer holiday, to take your mind off all the rain, we’ve got just the thing for you – Miss Armstrong’s wonderful edit of our