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Jolly hockey sticks!
Hockey was on the agenda for some of our younger sporting stars yesterday as Prep II (playing against Prep III opposition) and Prep III children faced Light Oaks in a friendly encounter. Although the final results did not go our … Continue reading
What Parents and Carers Need to Know about Influencers
The concept of influencers is hardly a new one. Through newspaper columns and TV spots, we’ve long been accustomed to hearing informed opinion from, say, Martin Lewis on money, Nigella Lawson on food or Mark Kermode on cinema. How the … Continue reading
Thank you from Mr. Connolly!
We recently reported on Mr. Connolly’s excellent efforts in the Manchester Marathon, where not only did he achieve a fantastic time – and frankly, just completing a marathon is a fantastic effort! – he also managed to incorporate fundraising for … Continue reading
Runners in the mix at Mini Great Manchester Run
We love nothing better than hearing about our children’s achievements outside of school, and are delighted to report on the success of siblings Arthur and Florence who recently participated in the AJ Bell Mini Great Manchester Run. Arthur came home … Continue reading
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Reception by Reception
Our Reception children turned into budding photographers during their latest Computing lessons, learning about digital cameras and using them in small groups to take photographs of each other, and then exploring the school grounds to see what other interesting things … Continue reading
Looking After Your Wellbeing Online
The online world and digital technology has become such a significant part of our lives – and integral to so many aspects of our daily routine – that we shouldn’t be surprised at the degree of influence it can wield … Continue reading
Jack’s on Trial in Prep I
Prep I have been studying the story of Jack and the Beanstalk as part of their topic on Plants. Today we set up our very own court room and put the character of Jack on trial for theft. We had … Continue reading
Monkey for lunch with Prep V Mayans
Prep V spent an entertaining and informative afternoon learning about the Maya people today with history facilitator Del Bannister. The Maya were an ancient civilization form Mesoamerica, and we found out about their culture, rituals, diet and clothes by working … Continue reading
Planting for the future with Prep III at the RHS
We all know that plants need water to thrive, so really we couldn’t complain too much with the sporadic showers that accompanied us on our visit to RHS Bridgewater with Prep III today as we know how much good the … Continue reading
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Prep Leadership Team Elected
Last Thursday, as local government elections were taking place, a much more important election took place here in school. Ten prospective candidates for next year’s Head Boy and Head Girl positions pitched their campaigns to the rest of the school. … Continue reading