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- Flopsy finds a home!
- Soggy Soccer Success!
- Red Nose Day chuckles
- “Veni, vidi, vici…” – well, Prep III did at least!
- Fours turn out at football festival
- Top Tips for Adopting Safe and Healthy Online Habits
- Sports Captains take the helm…
- Down the rabbit hole with dance and drama…
- When not in Rome…
- What Parents and Carers Need to Know about iPads
- Ruby’s in at the deep end!
- World Book Day
- Old Billy gets a visit from Prep II
- Gardeners give it some welly!
- Gardeners help celebrate National Apprentice Week with JCB
- Come Fly with Prep I
- Netballers on the winning trail
- 10 ways gaming can support positive outcomes
- Kindergarten’s wellie walk
- Gardeners gearing up for Spring
- Tips for Encouraging Open Discussions about Digital Lives
- Runners brave the cold at Scarisbrick
- Would you like to fly my paper plane?
- Ordinary life at Ordsall Hall? Prep IV investigate…
- Let’s Go Fly a Kite…
- It’s all Greek to me! Prep V bring history to life…
- Cross country runners brave the frost
- Ariya’s making moves in chess
- Florence dances to success
- London in Flames!
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Flopsy finds a home!
Congratulations to Prep I’s Isabelle, who became the proud custodian of Flopsy, the charity raffle prize recently offered by 6th Form students. Flopsy’s identity was revealed only during Friday’s assembly, during which Isabelle received an equally excited Flopsy as her … Continue reading
Soggy Soccer Success!
Our Prep I footballers were outstanding in the Cheadle Hulme Football Festival today. The boys played some great football, winning three matches, drawing two and losing only one match by one goal. In very tough wet and cold conditions the … Continue reading
Red Nose Day chuckles
Q: What is corn’s favorite music? A: Pop. Q: Why did the fastest cat in class get kicked out of school? A: He was a cheetah. Q: Did you hear about the claustrophobic astronaut? A: He just needed a little space. There was great merriment on … Continue reading
“Veni, vidi, vici…” – well, Prep III did at least!
Our wannabee Roman soldiers were sent to one of the furthermost outreaches of the Roman Empire on Monday in our rearranged, snow affected trip. Luckily there was no snow this time, but it was still easy to imagine how miserable … Continue reading
Fours turn out at football festival
Prep IV (plus Prep III’s Joey) participated in the Cheadle Hulme U9 Football Festival today. With seven games to test their mettle and resolve as a team, it was perhaps fitting that they saved their best performances for the latter … Continue reading
Top Tips for Adopting Safe and Healthy Online Habits
Every year, Comic Relief goes all out to help people, both in the UK and internationally, who are going through a tough time. In our area of specialism, we at National Online Safety are acutely aware that – for children … Continue reading
Sports Captains take the helm…
Our Prep Sports Captains have recently been working closely with Mrs. Tunney, observing and then delivering PE lessons with some of our younger children. This week, Arthur, Lucas, Oliver, Oscar, Florence and Izabella took control of Reception and Prep I … Continue reading
Down the rabbit hole with dance and drama…
As part of our continuing celebration of World Book Day, the ‘West End in Schools’ drama company visited school with their ‘Bringing Books to Life’ workshop. Through the media of dance and drama, the children explored Lewis Carroll’s ‘Alice’s Adventures … Continue reading
When not in Rome…
Prep III made up for the disappointment of having their Chester trip postponed, by partaking in some Roman activities. We designed and made some Roman mosaic tiles and dressed in togas and soldier armour.
What Parents and Carers Need to Know about iPads
When Apple unveiled the iPad in early 2010, they almost single-handedly rewrote people’s idea of what of a portable computing device was capable of – and sparked a tablet revolution. There are several very respectable imitators on the market now, … Continue reading