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Y5&6 - A Rosary for Aleppo

As part of the Aid to the Church In Need's 1Million Children Praying the Rosary, Year 5 and 6 created our own Rosary. We then said a decade of The Joyful Mysteries for unity and peace in Aleppo, Syria. This was to support Sister Annie and her work following her recent visit to our…

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Posted by Corinne Beveridge on 18 October 2016

Category: Year 5 Blog


A Welcome from the Bishop

At the annual Education Mass for the diocese, Bishop Michael Campbell welcomed all the teachers who have joined Catholic education this year. This included Mrs Grierson and Mr Whalley - welcome to the team at Cathedral Catholic Primary School!

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Posted by Corinne Beveridge on 14 October 2016

Category: Headteacher Blog


A Captivating Castle

More model making from Year 4 who are working really hard on their home learning projects. Today, I have seen a castle that is decorated with spent matches! The detail was fantastic with turrets, drawbridges and casements. Well done!

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Posted by Kelly Hannah on 10 October 2016

Category: Headteacher Blog

Tags: Y4 , Geography & History


Lovely Lists

After their visit to Dalton Zoo on Friday, Reception have been writing lists of ingredients that they would like to feed the animals. The girls have shown good pencil grip and are beginning to recognise the letters that they need to match the sounds of the words. Well done girls!

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Posted by Kelly Hannah on 10 October 2016

Category: Headteacher Blog

Tags: E.Y.F.S. , English


Trip to Dalton Safari Park

We had a fantastic time at Dalton Safari Park today. Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 all went on a coach to the park. We saw so many animals and had a great day. Why dont you look on our class pages for pictures in the class gallery?

 

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Posted by Rachel Cook on 7 October 2016

Category: Year 1 Blog


Quality Question Marks!

Year 1 are developing their writing by learning about different sentence types and the punctuation that goes with them. I was delighted to see an example of question marks being identified and then used independently. Well done - keep up the good work Year 1!

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Posted by Kelly Hannah on 6 October 2016

Category: Headteacher Blog

Tags: Y1


Classroom visitor

This is the spider we found in our classroom today. He was living in our red marking box. He was huge and had yellow stripes. We called him Steve and we thought he was amazing. We are going to try to find out what type of spider he is. Mrs Lowe took him outside and put him in a plant pot so he…

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Posted by Fiona Lowe on 6 October 2016

Category: Year 3 Blog

Tags: Y3 , Science & D.T.


Perfect Pencil Grip

I am so proud of some of our Year 1 children who have been learning to hold their pencil and write their name. Well done!

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Posted by Kelly Hannah on 28 September 2016

Category: Headteacher Blog

Tags: Y1 , English


Wonderful Warriors

Today I was invaded by 2 Anglo - Saxons! I am thrilled at the effort that has gone into the home learning projects this term and look forward to seeing some of the results. A huge thank you to parents for embracing the ideas and supporting their child's efforts.

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Posted by Kelly Hannah on 26 September 2016

Category: Headteacher Blog

Tags: Y5 , Geography & History


Fantastic Coffee Morning

Thank you to everyone who baked, decorated and sent in cakes to support our coffee morning today. With your support we raised £122 for Macmillan Cancer Research. Thank you!

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Posted by Kelly Hannah on 23 September 2016

Category: Headteacher Blog

Tags: Y1 , Y2 , Y3 , Y4 , Y5 , Y6 , Charity Committee