Have a look at our photographs below. We are so pleased on how she did capture the moment. As part of science week, a group of A-level Biology students took a trip to the University of Liverpool. Comforter, calm all fears and bring peace. World Book Day We have had lots of fun in our class learning about fractions. He was having marshmallows for his lunch!
Welcome back to school! The Year 7 pupils had recently studied Kenya in their Geography lessons and are hoping to strengthen our links with the Mission school. Buddy was sat in the tree looking very proud of himself. During the mass Father Steven spoke about the Mission Station and his work out there. Miss Seddon said that we made it look very easy!
We went on this amazing trip as part of our topic called, ‘In the Town Where I was born. My experience was absolutely delightful! The Year 7 pupils had recently studied Kenya in their Geography lessons and are hoping to strengthen our links with the Mission school. There is a beautiful tree and some hanging decorations. kf
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Buddy was sat in the tree looking very proud of himself. After lunch we took a stroll through the Albert Dock to the Pier Head where we were lucky enough to visit another Beatles exhibition and experience the 4D Beatles film. Year 1 children worked with an author called Ella Burfoot. What a busy first week we have had in our new class. Have a look at the pictures below. This gave Father Steven the chance to talk to them about his next music related fundraising task.
After this we went into the exhibition and learnt lots more fun facts. Today we used syow adjectives about the dinosaurs to write a description of the dinosaur.
We lay that they are really interesting and the scientists who find them must be very clever. Buddy the Elf was today hiding inside a coffee cup!
The children have had a great day in school today. Skelmrrsdale have a very busy half term ahead of us, thank you for the continued support. Buddy the Elf – Day 2. We decided to use some adjectives and conjunctions in our writing to make it even better!
Chaplaincy – St Cecilias RC High School
We have made important updates to our Privacy Policies. KS1 children worked in pairs to make their very own Berry Brulee. We all had lots of fun and the children all really enjoyed working with the adults.
Their next step was to use a junior hacksaw to cut a piece of dowel, all the children were so responsible and sensible in using this equipment. Father Steven and Father Denis also spoke to the Chaplaincy Group members and Year 9 pupils about the vital work they undertake every day to support the tribes and people in Turkana, Kenya. After lunch, Buddy had moved and was sat at his table.
We uphold our young people in prayer today. A Letters and Sounds game.
We used an app called popplet to record the information that we already know. Then he and his seminarian Anthony said hello too after which we all went to the mass ceremony in the Music Room.
Missions – St Cecilias RC High School
The power point was both happy and sad so people did enjoy that but some also shed a tear. In class we carried out our own experiment and created our own lava lamps.
The children all worked together really well and each produced a delicious dessert. See our latest e-Bulletin packed with upcoming opportunities in the world of work, training and Education for Years Year 11 are on the final countdown to their summer examinations and we are upping the engagement with them.
Have ym look at the children’s predictions and the pictures of our lava lamps. Year 2 – P.