Our walk to school became a bit more exciting when a Storyteller joined a number of our families on a daily walk from Albert Square, Fenton. It was a superb way to start the day.
We supported World Religion Day by finding out about key figures in Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism and Sikhism.
We were extremely proud to welcome Jack Brereton MP back into our academy. He was given a very thorough guided tour by Christina and Aaron and had a Question Time like discussion with our Y6 prefects.
Our year 5 have had a superb autumn term. Below are a few of the highlights.
In September we supported the European Day of Languages. Our nursery children immersed themselves in German for the day.
After a long wait, we welcomed Key Strings back to our academy to perform a superb concert to all of our children. How wonderful it was to enjoy live music again.
It was great to be back at Christ Church to celebrate harvest. Thank you Fr Tommy for making it such a special occasion.
Although the academic year has been disrupted due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, there have still been some great things happening in our school. Below are a few of our highlights.
To support World Book Day we all dressed as our favourite book characters. Children and staff also entered a Mr Potato Head book character competition. There were some amazing creations!
Who is your favourite super hero? All children came to school dressed as their favourite as we supported RND 21. It was a fabulous day!
During interfaith week all classes looked at religious symbols and Christian crosses from around the world.
Our wonderful Year 6 children performed their very first concert today in front of a virtual audience. They have only been learning to play their instruments since October but are doing superbly. Mr Farrington is extremely proud of them and how well they performed. We cannot wait until their next concert later in the year.