Frodsham Manor House Primary School is an attractive Primary School formed on the 1st January 1994, by the amalgamation of the former Manor Junior and Orchard House Infant Schools and is situated on Langdale Way, Frodsham.  

Our school vision is ‘Hand in hand, we imagine, we believe and we achieve’ and we do this by offering an exciting, themematic and rich curriculum in conjunction with a happy caring environment where all children can enjoy the learning process in an atmosphere of excitement, enthusiasm and support. Click here to find out more about our Vision.

Frodsham Manor House pupils, through dedicated support, develop a love of learning and portray all those wonderful skills and attributes that make you very proud of them. They are all wonderful ambassadors for the school and demonstrate empathy, compassion, enthusiasm and fun in all that they do and how they are with one another.

School has 217 pupils on roll and has an extremely supportive Governing Body and a parental community which supports their children superbly during their time at school. We welcome visitors so we can show them how we learn and how proud we are of our school.

Ian Devereux-Roberts

Head Teacher 

 

The Buzz

20th July 2018

Ian Devereux-Roberts (IDevereux-Roberts) on: The Buzz

What's in the news?

Mr Gormally (dad of Izzy and Ben) led a posse of Dads on Saturday 21st July on a climb up Mount Snowdon as a fundraiser event for our school MUGA. Proof of their success is captured in the photograph below. Many congratulations to Mr Gormally, Mr Wright, Mr Bresnen, Mr Winterburn, Mr Ryder and Mr Pennington. We look forward how much they have raised.

Having waited a week for verification, I am able to report that our Year 6 gymnastics squad were placed in the silver medal winning position at the recent Chehsire and Warrington School Games Finals in Macclesfield. Super congratulations to all members of the squad - Olly, Austin, Sara, Keira and Lola F. A Year 4 gymnastics squad also made it to the finals and came a credible 7th position - congratulations to Lois, Amelia, Oisin and Ethan for representing the school so superbly.

Our outgoing and incoming pupil leadership teams proudly accepted a cheque for £1250 from Frodsham Round Table on the last day of the school year. This donation is part of the successful completion of our school MUGA project.

We wish Oliver, Honey and Lillia from Lewis Class every success and happiness in their new schools come September. Oliver is relocating to Portugal with his family so will be commencing at a school there and Lillia and Honey are moving to Kingsley Primary School. We also wish Mrs Roberts - mum of Natalya - every success in her first role as a teaching assistant come September . Having undertaken her placement experience with us in Year 2 for the last school year, whilst studying for a qualification, it was lovely to hear of her recent appointment.

On behalf of myself and members of the school staff, please can I extend our thanks for the cards and gifts that have been given so generously at the end of the school year.

 

What has happened in school this week?

On Monday morning our Head Boy and Head Girl, Austin and Megan, officially opened our school MUGA (multi-use games area) much to the delight of all the children in school. Having taken nearly two years of fundraising by the PTA, supported by individual fundraising projects and accessing Sports Premium funding, this addition to school will enhance all year round PE provision. We are thrilled to have this facility at school.

Monday afternoon saw us thanking parents who have helped in school over the past school year. With our Year 6s serving refreshments, our invited guests were also entertained by the children. It was, as always, a really lovely way of thanking parents for giving their time so generously.

Tuesday evening saw our Year 6s being treated to their leaving meal at The India Garden in Frodsham. Accompanied by Mrs Pye, Miss Hall, Mrs Anstice, Mrs Hughes, Miss Bedford, Mr Kilborn and myself it was a real delight to share an Indian meal our class of leavers.

The leavers assembly on Thursday morning was once again an emotional rollercoaster but one also filled with much laughter. Hearing our Year 6s reflecting on their time with us is always lovely - how we forget about some of the things that have happened on this journey with us! As part of this celebration we presented all our Year 6s with a year book and a book entitled 'How to be awesome'. Mrs Pye had the pleasure of announcing the Meg and Harry Achievement Award recipient in the assembly also and I had the honour of presenting the award to Ella Carter. We wish all our Year 6 leavers every success and happiness in their respective high schools.

As the school year comes to an end please can I extend our thanks for your support, enthusiasm and commitment to all aspects of school life. Wishing all our school families and wonderful summer break and we look forward to welcoming the children back on September 4th.

What has made me smile this week?

The final week of the school year is always a very busy and emotional one. I am able to smile through all the busyness and emotion because of the reactions of the children. Thank you for making me smile not only this week but each and every day this year.

This week's Head Teacher's Awards:

Ryley (Carroll Class) for completing his reading bookmark.

Katie (Shakespeare Class) for showing exceptional kindness.

Edie (Milne Class) for being a brilliant artist and helping Mrs Hughes out.

Alfie P (Carroll Class) for completing his reading bookmark.

Erin (Carroll Class) for super behaviour.

George (Dahl Class) for his super reading progress.

Zach B (Carroll Class) for his excellent research skills.

Freddie (Carroll Class) for his super research booklet.

Harry (Shakespeare Class) for his maths work - comparing units of measure.

Zac C (Carroll Class) for his super research booklet.

Ethan (Milne Class) for completing his reading bookmark.

Our End of Term Celebration Assembly Superstars:

Milne Class: Jayvin for the incredible difference in his attitude to work this term and working his socks off.

Carrol Class: Will for his attitude and determination to all aspects of his learning.

Dahl Class: Harry for completing all aspects of his learning to the best of his ability and with enthusiasm.

Lewis Class: Kimberly for making excellent progress across all areas of her learning.

Shakespeare Class: Samuel for growing in maturity and always being extremely polite and well mannered.

Tolkien Class: Sophie for always giving 100% and producing work that is outstanding.

Mrs Anstice's selection: Lili-Jo for her excellent work in 'Hairspray'-

 

Our End of Summer Term Kindness Superstars:

Milne Class: Scarlett

Potter Class: Jack J

Carroll Class: Jack O

Dahl Class: Owen

Lewis Class: Ella Carter

Shakespeare Class: Jess E

Tolkien Class: Eliza

The Winning House Team:

The winning house team for the summer term, was Coniston with 36 bars. Congratulations to everyone in the red team. The winning house team for the year was Penrith with 105 bars. Congratulations to everyone in the blue team. Coniston (red team) was in second position; with Thirlmere (green team) in third position and Grasmere (yellow team) in fourth position.

100% Attendance Certificates:

In assembly on Wednesday this week, we recognised the following children for having been in school every day for the whole of the current school year and presented them with a certificate and a voucher:

Jess B, Aysha, Ashton W-D, James B-H, Charlotte, Daisy B, Oisin, Ruby, Alfie D, Alfie J, Joseph, Rosi and Isla S

Good to Be Green Celebration:

Again in assembly on Wednesday, we acknowledged the significant number of pupils who remained green all year - in accordance with our behaviour management policy. A certificate and  an enamel badge was presented to celebrate this achievement.

Friday Top Table:

The following children, with a friend, sat at the special dining table on Friday 20th July as they had been chosen by the Midday Assistants for exemplary manners and behaviour at lunchtime:

Sophie O (Milne); Chloe (Potter); Alfie L (Carroll); Rosi (Dahl); Honey  (Lewis); Dylan (Shakespeare) and Olivia (Tolkien).

 Happy Birthday:

In our Singing Assembly this week, we sang Happy Birthday to Mrs Read, Miss Hall Mrs Coman, Mrs Tidmarsh, Tobijah, Jospeh, Nancy, Nathan S, Alfoe L, James B-H, Dara, Jaxon, Oliva W, Tom W, Honey, Marnie, Danny, Joel, Ethan B, Mia B, Seth, Jamie, Jacob, Izzy G, Sam P, Marcus, Rosi, Natalya, Oisin, Rhys, Phoebe B, Sophie J and Jessie. Many happy returns from us all if you are celebrating your birthday during the summer break.

What we are looking forward to next week

 Beginning our summer break and enjoying time with our family and friends.

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13th July 2018

Ian Devereux-Roberts (IDevereux-Roberts) on: The Buzz

What's in the news?

We are all very excited that on Monday we will officially be able to open our school MUGA. Having fundraised for nearly two years now, we have our MUGA installed and our Head Boy and Head Girl will cut a ribbon on Monday to declare this new area open. This stunning aerial shot was taken by George (Year 3) and his dad using a drone - thank you George. 

 

In relation to staffing news, I am able to confirm that Miss Emma Cragg will be remaining as a member of the school support staff - working in Year 2 with Miss Bedford and Mrs Deegan come September.

What has happened in school this week?

On Monday we held our annual KS1 wedding celebration with a twist. As she arrived at church, Miss Carmody was very surprised to find out that this year's wedding was actually a rehearsal for her own. Some year 2 Ushers accompanied her down the aisle where she was given the best seat so she could pick up tips for her own wedding in August. The vows had been written especially for Miss Carmody. This event is part of our RE curriculum for KS1, with Year 2 looking at Life Events, Year 1 what happens in a church and Reception learning about special places. With thanks to Rev Andrew, Andrea, Frodsham Flower Shop and Mrs Morgan and team. 

 

 On Monday evening we had our concert with Music for Life. All children who have additional music lessons in school have the opportunity to perform so we had a range pieces playing on the piano, violin, clarinet, guitar and voice. With thanks for our Music for Life tutors who work with our pupils throughout the year, Bev, Stuart, Helen and Alice. If you would like your child to start lessons in September do get in touch with Music for Life. Most lessons are suitable for year 2 upwards with vocal lessons starting at Year 4. If you wish to sign up for vocal lessons you need to ring Music for Life as these are not available as an option on the website. (We are the only primary school to offer them!) Children in Year 6 can continue with their own tutors at Helsby High for greater continuity. 

Transition ran very smoothly on Thursday and Friday, with current pupils working with their new teacher and teaching assistant; our Year 6s enjoying their two transition days at High School and our new class of foundation pupils enjoying their first days in big school. We also welcomed Harrison, who has joined Shakespeare Class, and Dexter, who has joined Lewis Clas

 

What has made me smile this week?

Miss Bedford and I had the privilege and pleasure to interview for Head Boy and Head Girl this week. Following receipt of application letters, all the applicants had to answer seven questions. I have to say all the candidates were not phased by the questions and answered confidently. I smiled through each interview due to how proud I was of the children sat in front of Miss  Bedford and myself. It gives me great pleasure to announce that Eva is our new Head Girl and Thomas as our new Head Boy. They will be supported by deputies -  Katie and Sonny.

This week's Head Teacher's Awards:

Thomas (Milne Class) for completing his reading bookmark.

Iona (Tolkien Class) for a super piece of home learning.

Zac C and Jasmine (Carroll Class) for completing their reading bookmarks.

Our Celebration Assembly Superstars:

Potter Class: Jakob for his incredible progress this year and his caring nature.  (End of term Head Teacher's Award recipient)

Carrol Class: Aiden for his excellent attitude to learning

Lewis Class: Ashton for his 'Stop Animation' project work

Shakespeare Class: Seth for his excellent home learning tasks and attitude to learning.

 

The Winning House Team:

The winning house team this week was Coniston. Congratulations to everyone in the red team who collected  285 points.

Friday Top Table:

The following children, with a friend, sat at the special dining table on Friday 13th July as they had been chosen by the Midday Assistants for exemplary manners and behaviour at lunchtime:

Alfie (Milne); Sophie (Potter); Danny (Carroll); Oscar (Dahl); Honey G  (Lewis); Mollie (Shakespeare) and Olivia (Tolkien).

 Happy Birthday:

In our Singing Assembly this week, we sang Happy Birthday to Harry E, Aysha, Edie, Rosa, James S, Tobey B, Oscar H, Alfie R, Edith and Amelia . Many happy returns from us all if you celebrated your birthday this week!

What we are looking forward to next week

Thank You Cream Tea Afternoon - Monday 16th July @ 2.15pm.

Year 6 Leavers Meal - Tuesday 17th July @ 6pm @ The India Garden

Summer Parental Conferences (optional) - Wednesday 18th July 9am - 11.30am

Year 6 Leavers Assembly - Thursday 19th July @ 9am.

End of term assembly - Friday 20th July @ 9am.

Break for summer holidays - Friday 20th July @ 1.30pm.

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6th July 2018

Ian Devereux-Roberts (IDevereux-Roberts) on: The Buzz

What's in the news?

Transition days will be taking place next Thursday and Friday which will see our Year 6s visiting their prospective High Schools and the rest of the pupils here at school moving up to work in their new classes for September.

We said goodbye to Mr Dooley today who has completed his teaching placement with us teaching the children in Year 2. He has had an excellent placement and is the fortunate position to have secured his first teaching post now that he is qualified teacher. Mr Dooley will be teaching in a school in Hong Kong.

 

What has happened in school this week?

Potter Class have been focussing on snails this week to support their work in literacy and science. Active learning very much evident in Year 1.

 

 Similarly, active learning in Year 2 saw them undertaking maths and geography work on the topic of compass points,

As part of our transition work, we engage in a partnership with Frodsham Methodist Church to support our Year 6s as they prepare to leave us and move to their prospective High Schools. We must thank Andrea and Pippa for working with our Year 6s this week.  

 

With the exception of the children in Milne Class, all other classes had the opportunity to partake in a tennis taster session this week, delivered by a coach from Helsby Tennis Club. Thoroughly enjoyed by all the children.

The end of the Summer Term always culminates in the KS2 musical production. This production sees all the children in Years 3 to 6 acting, singing and dancing much to the appreciation of a packed school hall. 'Hairspray' was an immense success with individual characters, ensembles and whole classes performing superbly whilst delivering a very important message. I was exceptionally proud of all the children who certainly delivered three excellent performances - even when we had a technical issue on the second night. Huge thank you to Mrs Anstice who worked tirelessly with the children in the months leading up to the production. Similarly, all members of the school team support the end of year production for which I am very grateful. And no our next production is not the Patrick Swayze classic!! 

Thursday afternoon saw our talented Year 5 Wider Opportunities musicians sharing musical numbers alongside a band of musicians. It was a really lovely concert and so fabulous to see how much all the children had progressed on their chosen instrument. A singing workshop also took place on that afternoon too, which saw children from Years 4-6 working with Helen our singing teacher on a number of songs that they then performed to the rest of the school.

Tuesday saw Milne Class out on a visit to the Sea life Centre and Lego world in Manchester. A fabulous day was had by everyone  with the children really thoroughly enjoying themselves exploring all that was there. 

What has made me smile this week?

Without question what has made me smile this week has to be the Key Stage 2 production 'Hairspray'. Superb acting with accents, dancing, singing  and amazing costumes filled the school hall for three nights. Super congratulations to everyone in Year 3, Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6. 

This week's Head Teacher's Awards:

Charlotte (Carroll Class) for completing the 'Race for Life.'

Jakob (Potter Class) for completing his reading bookmark.

Honey, Ruby and Ella Carter (Lewis Class) for their excellent 'Stop Animation' project.

Alice (Lewis Class) for her excellent 'Stop Animation' project undertaken at home.

Oscar (Potter Class) for completing his reading bookmark.

Elliott (Milne Class) for being super sensible.

Mairiella (Shakespeare Class) for her train timetable maths work.

Netti (Shakespeare Class) for her excellent literacy home learning.

Natalya (Carroll Class) for her excellent story written at home.

Liam, Jack, Harry, Fred and Marcus (Dahl Class) for their excellent model robot made of 3d shapes.

This week's Presentation Awards:

Sonny (Shakespeare Class) for his work on discussion comprehension.

Kayleigh (Potter Class) for her work on how to make a snail vivarium.

Netti and Kaiden (Shakespeare Class) for their writing a conclusion literacy work.

Our Celebration Assembly Superstars:

Milne Class: Annabel for settling in so quickly and making new friends in Milne Class.

Potter Class: Kayleigh for working on her handwriting and taking pride in her work.

Carrol Class: Erin for being very brave on the Llandudno visit and growing in confidence.

Dahl Class: Eliot A for working on his handwriting and presentation and for super reading with expression. 

Lewis Class: Amelia for creating a brilliant fact file and for being a little superstar.

Shakespeare Class: Dylan for his hard work in school and his determination at District Sports.

Tolkien Class: Daniel for being awesome and gaining so much more independence prior to moving to High School.

 

The Winning House Team:

The winning house team this week was Penrith. Congratulations to everyone in the blue team who collected  368 points.

Friday Top Table:

The following children, with a friend, sat at the special dining table on Friday 6th July as they had been chosen by the Midday Assistants for exemplary manners and behaviour at lunchtime:

 Thomas (Milne); Isaac (Potter); Danny (Carroll); Lilia(Dahl); Izzy G  (Lewis);Lucy (Shakespeare) and Rachel (Tolkien).

 Happy Birthday:

In our Singing Assembly this week, we sang Happy Birthday to Sophie E, Pearl, George C, Thomas C (Milne Class), Harry C, Mia D, Jess E, Mrs Levey and Mrs Ratcliffe. Many happy returns from us all if you celebrated your birthday this week!

What we are looking forward to next week

Infant Wedding ceremony - Frodsham Methodist Church - Monday 9th July @ 10am.

Music for Life Concert - Monday 9th July @ 6.30pm.

County Gymnastics and Orienteering finals - Wednesday 11th July - Macclesfield Leisure Centre

Transition Days - Thursday 12th and Friday 13th July

Annual School Reports sent out - Friday 13th July

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29th June 2018

Ian Devereux-Roberts (IDevereux-Roberts) on: The Buzz

What's in the news?

Following weeks of rehearsals , we are now set to perform the musical 'Hairspray' to a full school hall next week. Hope you have tickets booked!

 

Buddy time coming to an end very shortly for the pupils in Milne and Tolkien Classes. Very special relationships develop over the course of the school year which is lovely to see. Thank you Year 6 for being super supportive buddies.

What has happened in school this week?

 

Year e enjoyed a wonderful residential trip to Llandudno this week. The weather was beautiful and we were lucky enough to enjoy two hot, sunny days - unlike in previous years when it has poured down with rain! I am proud to say that the exceptional manners and behaviour of the children was commented upon by shop owners along the pier, members of the public and the staff at Bodafon Park. Such happy memories and quality time together. From the photographs posted on Twitter iw as very obvious what a fun time ws had by all the children. I extend a huge thankyou to staff amnd parents who accompanied the children and gave their time and energy so freely.

What has made me smile this week?

Seeing all of KS2 transporting us back to the 1960s with their amazing costumes that have been so kindly provided by yourselves. They look so vibrant and colourful. School will be awash with colour next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evening.

 This week's Head Teacher's Awards:

Alex (Carroll Class) for completing his reading bookmark.

Luca (Potter Class) for completing his reading bookmark

Dara (Potter Class) for completing his reading bookmark.

Jaxon, Max, Oliver and Thomas (Milne Class) for their amazing plan, do, review farm in the outdoor area.

Sophie, Pearl and Erin (Potter Class) for their amazing art skills.

Adam and Rosa (Potter Class) for completing their phonics reward bookmark.

Innis (Potter Class) for completing his reading bookmark.

Luca (Potter Class) for being writer of the week.

Luca (Potter Class) for really trying hard.

Rohan (Potter Class) for completing his reading bookmark.

Jack L (Potter Class) for completing his reading bookmark.

Christopher (Potter Class) for super effort in his letter formation and sizing.

Will (Carroll Class) for completing his reading bookmark.

Ben G (Carroll Class) for completing his reading bookmark.

Molly (Carroll Class) for completing her reading bookmark.

Isla (Milne Class) for being an amazing expressive reader.

Jack C (Carroll Class) for his super life cycle work in Science.

Bethany and Olivia (Lewis Class) for their excellent guided reading response tasks.

Layla (Potter Class) for completing her reading bookmark.

Our Celebration Assembly Superstars:

Milne Class: Ethan for having a wonderful week in school and working really hard in letters and sounds.

Potter Class: Isaac for being a superstar; working incredibly hard in handwriting and having a  positive attitude to his learning.

Carrol Class: Ben G for being helpful and kind in Llandudno; really impressing the teachers will lovely manners and a positive attitude.

Dahl Class: Zane for working really hard in literacy and developing a lovely handwriting style.

Lewis Class: Oliver for the improvement in his handwriting.

Shakespeare Class: Hope for learning her 'Hairspray' lines really quickly; for being a good friend and working hard in lessons.

Tolkien Class:  Izzy B for her brilliant attitude to learning; being very friendly and work always beautifully presented.

Mrs Anstice's choice: Daisy for working really hard in rehearsals; supporting her class; good manners and a good team player.

The Winning House Team:

The winning house team this week was Coniston. Congratulations to everyone in the red team who collected 147 points.

Sporting Achievements this week:

What successful outcomes we had at the Key Steps Gymnastics competition in Ellesmere Port this week. Our Year 6 and Year 4 squads were placed in first place in the team events following a series of gymnastic routines. As a result they will now compete in the Cheshire and Warrington School Games County Finals on the 11th July in Macclesfield. Super congratulations to our gymnasts - Lois, Oisin, Ethan, Amelia, Sara, Keira, Lola F, Austin and Olly M. Our individual performers - Lola O, Megan, Elizabeth, Daisy and Phoebe F - although not placed in the top three positions performed exceptionally well too.

Representatives from Years 3 - 6 represented school at the FAVSP District Sports event on a very hot Tuesday evening at Kingsley Community Primary School. Competing in a range of events, an overall winning school was declared at the end of the evening. With some super individual performances and an immense team spirit our school team should be very proud of itself. Congratulations to all those pupils who took part. 

Friday Top Table:

The following children, with a friend, sat at the special dining table on Friday 29th June as they had been chosen by the Midday Assistants for exemplary manners and behaviour at lunchtime:

Marnie  (Milne); Austin (Potter); Noah (Carroll); Sam (Dahl); Alice (Lewis); Sonny (Shakespeare) and Daniel (Tolkien).

 Happy Birthday:

In our Singing Assembly this week, we sang Happy Birthday to Izzy A and Jess B. Many happy returns from us all if you celebrated your birthday this week!

What we are looking forward to next week

KS2 production of 'Hairspray' - Monday 2nd July to Wednesday 4th July @ 7pm.

Milne Class visit to Sea Life Centre, Manchester - Tuesday 3rd July.

Tennis  taster sessions - all classes - Tuesday 3rd July.

Summer Reading Challenge Assembly - Wednesday 4th July

Wider Opportunities workshop and concert - Thursday 5th July

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22nd June 2018

Ian Devereux-Roberts (IDevereux-Roberts) on: The Buzz

What's in the news?

It's lovely to report that school was the winner of the Community Award at the Cheshire School Awards. Celebrating school's work locally, nationally and globally the award was in recognition of all the wonderful projects that school so readily engages in to develop the skills, knowledge and understanding of the children here at school.

How amazing was this young man? Bruce cycled 27 miles from Hoylake to Mickle Trafford, with his Dad, to raise money for our school MUGA. I am able to report that Bruce raised the magnificent sum of £770. I am sure you'll agree with all of us on how exceptionally proud of Bruce we are. Possibly a Chris Froome in the making!

What has happened in school this week?

 

 

 

The Year  visit to London began with a coach trip to Runcorn station, followed by a train journey into London Euston. All wearing our blue ‘London’ hoodies, we travelled by tube across London to St Paul’s Youth Hostel – our base for the trip. Our first day was really busy and involved an ‘Investigate’ workshop at the Natural History Museum before having time to explore some of the museum’s exhibits in small groups. This was followed by a visit to Hamley’s toy store, a meal at the Rainforest Café and a theatre trip to watch ‘School of Rock’. Unsurprisingly, we were all very tired after such a busy, but amazing day! Day two began with an early breakfast before we travelled to the Houses of Parliament for a tour and a workshop. We were even lucky enough to be met by our local MP, Mike Amesbury and had the opportunity to interview him about his role and main priorities. He was very impressed by the quality of questions from Tolkien class. This was followed by an open-top bus tour, a trip on the London Eye and an evening meal at Pizza Express. Another fun-filled day! Our final day began with a tour around St Paul’s Cathedral and a trip to the top for most of us (528 steps to be precise). The view was spectacular. After lunch at a park, we made our way to the Thames Rib Experience. Travelling at great speed down the River Thames to the tune of the James Bond theme music was a particular highlight for all. It was then time to return home via train, to be met by parents at Runcorn Station. What a fabulous trip we had; the children were an absolute pleasure to accompany and a credit to their families.

 

Friday afternoon saw amazing performers from Milne Class sharing their talents with the rest of the school. The judges had a very difficult task in declaring a winner but in the end George - performing as Branch the Troll - was the winner, with gymnast Ella and singer Isla as runners-up. Congratulations to all performers.

What has made me smile this week?

The success of the London residential made me smile lots - it was lovely seeing the photographs on Twitter.

This week's Head Teacher's Awards:

Marcus (Dahl Class) for completing his reading bookmark.

Oscar (Dahl Class) for completing his reading bookmark.

Elliott B (Dahl Class) for his amazing home learning task on facts on chameleons.

Tilly (Shakespeare Class) for completing her reading bookmark.

Olivia (Shakespeare Class) for completing her reading bookmark.

Seth (Shakespeare Class) for his story writing skills.

Edie (Milne Class) for completing her reading bookmark.

Sophie E (Milne Class) for completing her reading bookmark.

Jack C (Carroll Class) for his guiding reading tasks.

Alex (Carroll Class) for his guided reading tasks.

Samuel (Shakespeare Class) for completing his reading bookmark.

Kaiden (Shakespeare Class) for his super storing writing skills and his handwriting.

Elizabeth (Lewis Class) for completing her reading bookmark.

Ashton, Oisin and Phoebe B (Lewis Class) for their excellent story writing skills.

Our Celebration Assembly Superstars:

Milne Class: Bruce for being super in letters and sounds and his creativity.

Potter Class: Chloe for the improvement in her writing and helping her friends.

Carrol Class: Ava for being super kind and caring.

Dahl Class: Mia W for all her hard work in reading and across the curriculum.

Lewis Class: Abi for increased independence in Maths.

Shakespeare Class: Austin for his winder opportunities trombone skills and his kindness.

Tolkien Class: Lola O for her super literacy work and participation in the Palaces of Westminster. 

Mrs Anstice's choice: Alysha for her growth in confidence and her Hairspray work.

The Winning House Team:

The winning house team this week was Penrith. Congratulations to everyone in the blue team who collected 526 points.

 Friday Top Table:

The following children, with a friend, sat at the special dining table on Friday 22nd June as they had been chosen by the Midday Assistants for exemplary manners and behaviour at lunchtime: Fearne (Milne);  Noah (Potter); Ava (Carroll); Marcus (Dahl); Elizabeth (Lewis); Nancy (Shakespeare) and Leo (Tolkien).

 Happy Birthday:

In our Singing Assembly this week, we sang Happy Birthday to Jasmine, Lucy B, Daisy B, Erin D and Olivia P.  Many happy returns from us all if you celebrated your birthday this week too.

What we are looking forward to next week:

Year 2 Residential to Llandudno - Tuesday 26th and Wednesday 27th June.

KS2 District Sports - Tuesday 26th June @ 6pm @ Kingsley CPN.

Key Steps Gymnastics Competition - Ellesmere Port Sports Village - Wednesday 27th June.

Dress rehearsal for the KS2 production of 'Hairspray' - Friday 29th June

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