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Mrs. Gallaher led a moving Remembrance Assembly and each child helped create our poppy field. All week we had a strong focus on Remembrance in school, supported by some impressive homework across all Year groups in the half term and some wonderful poppies for our poppy field. It is once again a very moving time of year when we remember […]
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Pyjama Day produced great excitement as children raised money for Children in Need. It was wonderful to see so many soft Teddies and animals have an outing and enjoying our curriculum too. I hope they enjoyed their day. Thank you to our Chaplaincy Team who came up with the idea to support the living out of our Mission Statement. They […]
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There’s a very good chance you’ve heard of Fortnite, but what exactly is it? Why is it so popular amongst young people? And how can you help children and teens stay safe during gameplay? Find out with this new guide from National Online Safety. Created by gaming journalist Mark Foster, this guide looks at the game’s features, potential costs via […]
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The latest newsletter, packed with useful information about being aware and staying safe in our digital world is now available. National Online Safety provide CPD accredited courses and educational resources to support UK schools to educate the whole school community in Online Safety. The newsletters can be accessed from the link under Learning > Online Safety
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Our Year 5 and 6 Athletics team became our first ever winners of the Junior Schools’ District Athletics at Jarman Park in July. Well Done team SCM
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Year 6 enjoy Leavers Disco in their final week at SCM
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Congratulations to Year 6 pupil Jacob Gallaher on winning the Rotary Club Essay Competition and Elsa Perrault taking second place. Both Jacob and Elsa read their Essays on how to make the world a better place to the school and Rotary Club’s Youth Events organiser Martin Horsted. Commended certificates went to: Molly Gavin, Zak Minnighan and Amelia Kelly.
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Well done to all our competitors who took part with enthusiasm and good sportsmanship. The House Cup went to St Catherine’s (again!) this year but the gap is closing. The other three Houses were very close with St Dominic’s taking runners-up spot.
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