The Year 5/6 football team played their first game in the Catholic League yesterday against St Mary’s and St Benedict’s.
It was a terrific game from start to finish with both teams creating plenty of chances. However, the team were really up for this game and battled their way through the first half leading 1 – 0 at the break. This was thanks to a fantastic team goal that was finally finished off by Kai but also due to two very good saves from Pierce.
In the second half the team carried on battling throughout the game and no matter how hard St Mary’s and St Benedict’s tried either our defence or Pierce in Goal kept them out. This allowed us to break forward and score two more goals, one from Harry and another from Kai.
Well played everyone and a well deserved victory.
Player of the Match: Pierce (Y6)
Well done to all our Superstars this week!
Ross – for good behaviour all week and great answering about our senses.
Amelia – for showing good understanding in RE.
Aoife – for listening well and offering excellent contributions to our class discussions.
Alicia – for wowing me with her knowledge of the Great Fire of London!
Julia – for working hard in maths and conquering a new skill.
Alicja – for working hard in maths and conquering a new skill.
Amelia – for a fantastic start to Year 4, putting in maximum effort so far. Well done!
Julia – for great enthusiasm in learning her times tables.
Emily-May – for pushing herself to high standards in Maths lessons.
William – for showing and fully expressing ideas during RE discussion.
Finn – for his skill, focus and perseverance when using grid references to locate European capital cities.
Maisie – for increased levels of effort and engagement in lessons.
Well done also to our children from Reception who were the class with the highest attendance of 100% last week.
Year 6 spent the afternoon predicting and investigating which ‘beak’ was the best for different ‘bird food’ as part of their Science unit of Evolution and Inheritance.
Ask them what they found out!
Thank you for all of your support and generous donations! We definitely brightened up our classroom today.
What a wonderful celebration of harvest but also our wonderfully generous school community. We brightened up our school in our multi colours and brought our food donations as well as CAFOD donation with us. We took part in an assembly to allow the children to see where all their money goes to. We spoke about the importance of sharing the message of peace and not just giving our money but giving our prayers to others.
The chaplaincy team worked hard all day from bagging up all the donations, handing out prayer cards and counting our total amount raised. They also made a very special trip to the Coventry Food bank and got to walk around and see the different things that the foodbank needs as well as find out more about how we can help further.
The winners of the competition will be announced in the assembly on Monday.
The total raised so far stands at just over £190! So thank you very much!
Many thanks for all your donations, they are really appreciated.
Have a lovely weekend
Well done to all our Superstars this week! It’s a bumper week as, due to the 50th Anniversary celebrations, there was no Superstars assembly last Friday.
George – for concentrating on hearing sounds and doing some great writing.
Grace M – for trying hard in all areas throughout the week.
Frankie – for drawing a wonderful giraffe and for labelling with great sounding out.
Grace B – for great writing and labelling.
Nicholas – for persevering in Maths when the task got a little tricky.
Fabian – for beautiful behaviour at Mass. He was a role model for all of Year 1.
Sienna – for pushing herself to complete as much work as possible to a high standard.
Alicia – for excellent contributions to class discussion.
Ted – for great explanations in Science.
Maria – for helping others.
Lola W – for always being a good role model and following instructions.
Lawson – for superb reading and working hard this week.
Emily C – for engaging all senses in a retelling of our class book.
Malgorzata – for working hard to explain converting digits to Roman Numerals.
Bethany – for a wonderful letter in History, describing the life of a WW2 ‘Land Girl!
Lola – for a wonderful letter in History, describing the life of a WW2 ‘Land Girl!
Roderick – for a super explanation about how animals adapt to live in extreme environments.
Lucy – for using a variety of sentence structures in her writing.
Eadie – for using a variety of sentence structures in her writing.
Thank you to the chaplaincy team for delivering a beautiful prayer service to Year 2. The focus was on showing this term’s Catholic virtues and we reflected on how we can show compassion and love around the school to make our peers feel happy and loved.
We loved using autumn leaves to make pieces of artwork in Year 2! We used animals as our inspiration and created parts of their bodies with the leaves we collected from the playground.
We’ve begun our Pop Art Unit by looking at the work of Andy Warhol and created our own ‘everyday object collage’ inspired paintings. We think they look great!
Our newly formed Eco Squad has been hard at work today, searching for ways to reduce energy and waste around the school.
Ask our experts for ways that you can reduce, reuse and recycle.