Children’s groups & council
The District Diamonds are a cheerleading squad who have been practicing rountines since January and have been coached by Miss Jones and Miss Walkden. The squad has performed in school and for parents. On Sunday 22nd June the squad performed at Langtree Park before St Helens RFC vs Castleford Tigers game infront of 12,648 people.
“All the girl’s were fantastic on Sunday and really enjoyed the day at Langtree Park. We must thank St Helens R.F.C for making this experience possibe for the District Diamonds” Explained Miss Jones
“I am so proud of the girls and how well they performed in front of such a big crowd at saints”. Added Miss Walkden
Our french Pen Pals
In 2016 Y5D have set up a link with their very own pen pals with children who attend Ècole d’aguillon in Toulon. They have sent us their class photo and a game of guess who which we really enjoyed. They also sent us post cards showing us Toulon and the surrounding areas. We sent them back postcards which we created ourselves. We really enjoy exchanging messages with our pen pals. We like seeing how their life is different and also similar to ours. We couldn’t believe they don’t have to wear a school uniform.
How our pupils make a difference
School Worship Team
The school has a very active team of ‘eco-warriors’ who help maintain the school grounds and regularly look for ways of improving the school’s recycling systems.
Modern Foreign Languages Displays
We are linked with CE2 and their teacher is Mme Martinon. The link below is their class blog. It is in French but she often posts pictures of our pen pals.
Take a look at our latest news posts below
Spring 2 Year 6S Our Y6 journey continues… After our half-term’s research project on William Shakespeare, we gave presentation to the rest of the class. We also memorised part of The Witches’ Chant from Macbeth, which was a real challenge. We have written...
At The District, we value our children as individuals, expressing themselves and their special talents, or their superpowers as musician/author Marc Winstanley calls them. When I spotted a post on Facebook from Marc, I realised we needed to get him to our...
It has been non-stop this half term and all our Year 6 pupils have continued to work incredibly hard. After our half-term’s research project on William Shakespeare, we enjoyed presenting what we had learnt to the rest of the class. We have written our own...
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