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

13th September 2019

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

What's in the news:

Please once again accept our apologies for the mix-up that has occurred this week in relation to school photographs being taken. A new date has now been set for Thursday 17th October. As you can see in the Milne Class photograph, the children all came in looking amazing for their photograph as did all the children - so thank you. Fingers crossed they'll look just the same in a couple of weeks!! I know for those parents who came for the pre-school sibling family photographs, getting ready for 8.30am was no mean task so profound apologies to you especially.  

How lovely it has been seeing home learning being shared on our Twitter feed. With the teachers now in possession of their own class's Ipad, sharing photographs and news via Twitter is a wonderful way of celebrating what has been happening in school. Carroll Class have been busy reading in a range of unusual - as can be seen in the photograph below.

Due to being notified of transition events taking place next July at Helsby High, we have had to alter the dates of our KS2 production. The new dates are 30th June and the 1st and 2nd July. 

What has happened in school this week:

Milne Class had a 'spread the happiness' day on Monday as it was 'Teddy Bear Day'. As you can see from the photograph, we had double the amount of bodies in Milne Class. All the teddies were very well behaved Mrs Hughes assured me!

 

Our gymnastics coach Mr Bell has returned to school year and will be teaching gymnastics to Years 1 - 6 over the course of the year. Year 5 and Year 6 will be working with Mr Bell this term.

All classes had a streetdance taster session on Tuesday this week. A great day was had by all. Our streetdance club will be running this term - details have already be sent out.

RE lessons have begun this delivered by Mrs Anstice - lots of discussions taking place. Year 4 have been concentrating on their sketching skills this week and Potter Class have been enjoying playing with bubbles - as did Mrs McGrath too!!

What has made me smile this week:

Seeing all the amazing learning that has taken place in school has made me smile lots this week. My Twitter notifications have been pinging every day!

Headteacher Awards:

Ruby P (Tolkien Class) for her accuracy in solving decimal subtraction questions.

Samuel B, Katie , Vianne and Eva (Potter Class) for completing the Space Chase Summer Reading Challenge.

Grace (Carroll Class) for completing the Space Chase Summer Reading Challenge.

Natalya (Lewis Class) for her super 'secret wishes' poem - amazing imagery.

Jaxon (Carroll Class) for amazing listening skills and working hard.

Aidan (Carroll Class) for excellent contributions during maths discussions and in poetry work.

Nathan (Potter Class) for having an amazing start in Year 1.

Jack O (Lewis Class) for his hard work in maths this week.

Sophie E (Carroll Class) for her excellent sorting of nouns, adjectives and verbs and then composing sentences.

Izzy A , Phoebe F and Liv (Tolkien Class) for their beautifully composed 'Magic Box' poems.

Issy G and Amelia (Tolkien Class) for heir help at the end of the summer term in relation to book sorting.

Phoebe F (Tolkien Class) for completing her Space Chase Summer Reading Challenge.

George (Carroll Class) for being an amazing and supportive friend.

Marcus (Shakespeare Class) for completing his Space Chase Summer Reading Challenge.

Aiden, Alfie, Olivia, Charlotte and Zac C (Lewis Class) for completing their Space Chase Summer Reading Challenge.

Alex, George, Martha, Rachel and Thomas (Carroll Class) for completing their Space Chase Summer Reading Challenge.

George, Jacob, Adam, Chloe, Erin, Luca and Aysha (Dahl Class) for completing their Space Chase Summer Reading Challenge.

Shane (Potter Class) for his amazing recall of Titanic facts.

Henry and Phoebe (Milne Class) for completing their Space Chase Summer Reading Challenge.

Our 'Spread the happiness' superstars


As detailed in the 'Welcome Letter', we have started a new award celebrating 'spreading the happiness'. Hot chocolate Friday took place for the second time this week. Congratulations to:
 

Seb (Milne Class); Zac (Potter Class); Marnie (Carroll Class); Isaac (Dahl Class); Alex (Lewis Class); Jack (Shakespeare Class) and Rhys (Tolkien Class)

I am loving this opportunity to chat to the children, not only about why they had been selected but for hearing all about their news. We even shared jokes on the wrappers of the penguin biscuits we were enjoying with our hot chocolate dink. What did the penguin wear on the beach? a pen - kini. 

Our Celebration Assembly superstars:


Milne Class: Ckara-Caleighsi for completing busy jobs with no fuss and for her excellent self portrait.
Potter Class: Eva for her amazing manners and always trying her best.
Carroll Class: Bruce for his focus and commitment towards his learning. 
Dahl Class: Harley for super listening and his amazing attitude to his learning.
Lewis Class: Ben for showing excellent manners and having a super  attitude towards his learning.
Shakespeare Class: Joshua for his outstanding attitude to learning.
Tolkien Class: Ella G for sharing her ideas and her beautifully composed poem.

 Friday Top Table:

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

 George (Milne); Ella (Potter); Poppy G (Carroll); Jack L (Dahl): Poppy T (Lewis); George (Shakespeare) and Izzy A (Tolkien).

The Winning House Team:


The winning house team for this week was red team (Coniston) with 1425 points: yellow team (Grasmere) second with 1411 points; green team (Thirlmere) third with 1234 points and blue team (Penrith) fourth with 1050 points. Congratulations to everyone in red team for this week.

Happy Birthday:


In our special Celebration Assembly, we sang Happy Birthday to Dexter, Jakob, Ryley, Robyn D and Finn.  Many happy returns from us all if you have celebrated your birthday this week and next too.

What we are looking forward to next week:

Mad Science Assembly - Tuesday 17th September.

Installation of our external gym equipment - Tuesday 17th and Wednesday 18th September. 

Delamere Forest visit - Survival training - Wednesday 18th September.

Life Education Caravan - Thursday 19th and Friday 20th September.

Jeans4Genes Day - Friday 20th September.

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6th September 2019

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

What's in the news:

I hope all school families had a wonderful summer break. Our new school year welcome letter and calendar dates have been sent out this week. Please check school bags to ensure that you have received them. 

Following our colour run in July, I had the pleasure of sending a cheque to Claire House Children's Hospice this week for £581.75, along with another cheque for £67.37 from our 'Birthday Donation Bus'. Thank you to all school families for your support.

Jack and Imogen proudly point to a new sign that you will see as you enter school. We believe everyone to be equal and unique - so no one is an outsider to all of us here at Frodsham Manor House.

Miss Kelly who like to say a huge thank you for all the postcards that we have received in school. We have created a wonderful display in school - just outside my office - which is going to become very interactive as the term progresses.

 
What has happened in school this week:

As you can see from the photographs below, we have just had an exciting start to the new school year with learning taking place inside and outside the classroom. All the children are setting in well into their new classes and beginning their new topics. We are very excited to be re-designing our curriculum and have the following goal ' We believe in an engaging curriculum to inspire children's curiosity , creativity and motivation to become critical thinkers and explore the world around them'. Keep checking on Twitter @Frodmanor as lots of posts are curriculum linked

 

 

What has made me smile this week:

Being greeted by an array of wild hair styles at the school gate on Thursday morning made me smile lots this week. Exciting start to their literacy work for the children in Dahl Class! Our Milne Class children coming into school on the first day of the new school year so confidently and happily made me sile lots too.

Headteacher Awards:

Harrison (Tolkien Class) for his excellent Queen Victoria sketch.

Bruce (Carroll Class) for completing his hundred square and then self-correcting.

Ella G (Tolkien Class) for her super sketch and fact file on Queen Victoria.

Phoebe B (Tolkien Class) for her superb humorous excuse letter!

Finn (Tolkien Class) for his excellent humorous excuse letter!

Thomas (Milne Class) for being an amazing 'tidy-upper'!



Our Celebration Assembly superstars:

We celebrated the very first week in school for all the children in Milne Class in Celebration Assembly this week. They have been just amazing for Mrs Hughes, Mrs Brook and Miss Hopley - so confident and smiley!

Our 'Spread the happiness' superstars

As detailed in the 'Welcome Letter', we have started a new award celebrating 'spreading the happiness'. Hot chocolate Friday took place for the very first time this week. Congratulations to:

Jacob (Milne Class); Barnaby (Potter Class); Ethan (Carroll Class); Innis  (Dahl Class); Jack O (Lewis Class); Fred (Shakespeare Class) and Alysha (Tolkien Class)

Friday Top Table:

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

Freddie (Milne); Barnaby (Potter); Ethan (Carroll); Joseph  (Dahl): Danny (Lewis); Mia E (Shakespeare) and Lois (Tolkien).

The Winning House Team:

We have not collected this team points this week but I am delighted to be able to share the news on who has been elected as captains and vice-captains of our house teams. Following the writing of personal statements and sharing those with their team members and a vote taking place, the following children from Tolkien Class have been elected:

Thirlmere Captain (Green Team):                 Finn                              Thirlmere Vice-captain (Green Team):        Robyn                                                        

Grasmere Captain (Yellow Team):                  Ruby P                              Grasmere Vice-captain (Yellow Team):    Eva

Penrith Captain (Blue Team):                       Harrison                                Penrith Vice-captain (Blue Team):   Luke 

Coniston Captain (Red Team):                    Rhys                                   Coniston Vice-captain (red Team):   Lois

Congratulations to the above pupils and well done to all those members of Tolkien Class who put themselves forward for these important roles in school.

Happy Birthday:


In our special Celebration Assembly, we sang Happy Birthday to Eloise, Adam and Molly H. Many happy returns from us all if you have celebrated your birthday this week and next too.

What we are looking forward to next week:

Street dance taster sessions - Tuesday 10th September.

Academy Photography - Thursday 12th September.

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24th July 2019

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

What's in the news:

'Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.'

Nelson Mandela

Our pupil leadership team proudly accepted our 'No outsiders' plaque this week to acknowledge the work we do at school in relation to equality. We have tasked Mr McMarvel with the job of siting the plaque in a prime location. We are very proud to have received this recognition.

In our final assembly of the school year, we had the opportunity to say goodbye to Miss Dodds and Mrs Halliwell. Having completed two years here as a teacher, Miss Dodds to relocating to back to the North East and will begin teaching a Year 1 class come September at a school in her home own. We wish her much success and happiness in her new role. Mrs Halliwell has completed 12 years as a member of the support staff here at school - supporting children across KS2; delivering the ELSA programme and being our 'artist in residence'. We will miss her enormously but wish her much success and happiness. As a leaving gift to us, Mrs Halliwell has adopted 'Elsa's Pride of Lions' (Born Free Foundation) in our name for the forthcoming year. Animal conservation is something that Mrs Halliwell is very passionate about.

Please help us when away over the summer break and send school a postcard from places visited. Miss Kelly - our Humanities lead - has big plans for them.

On behalf of the school staff and Governors, may I thank all parents for their support and encouragement over the year. We can only do what we are able to do in partnership with parents . We wish all our school families a wonderful summer break.

What has happened in school this week:

Our Year 6 Leaver's Assembly is always an emotional way to end the school year but a fitting tribute to the awesome individuals moving on to the next stage of their educational journey. It was lovely hearing the children share their memories and it was a pleasure and privilege presenting them with their leavers gifts. Congratulations to all in Tolkien Class and a super well done to Tilly who was presented with the Meg and Harry Achievement award for 2019. Think and dream big Year 6!

 

It is such a pleasure to participate in the Claire House Colour Run alongside all the children and staff here at school. The photographic evidence of this event - both from school and from photographs posted by parents on Twitter - just demonstrate what a beautiful event it is. I appreciate that as parents you have to deal with the aftermath for days after as you try to 'de-colourify' your children but from a dad who knows how wonderful Claire House is, the money that is raised is just so so important and vital. Thank you ever so much for helping us raise £

The annual presentation of ties to all the children in Carroll Class occurred in assembly this morning. Good luck in teaching the children how to tie a tie in readiness for September!

Our traditional end of year photograph of our leavers on their last morning at Frodsham Manor House. 

What has made me smile this week:

Watching the children participating in the Claire House Colour Run made me have a broad smile on my coloured face. It is always such a lovely event - raising money for such a vital and worthwhile charity. 
Our End of Term superstars:

Milne Class: Vianne for skipping into school each morning with a smile on her face and growing in confidence. 
Potter Class:  Annabel for growing in confidence and making excellent progress across all areas of the curriculum.
Carroll Class: Daisy for demonstrating an attitude of determination and perseverance.
Dahl Class: Jack  C for his fantastic personality, creative imagination and wonderful sense of humour.
Lewis Class: Tobijah for his positive attitude towards all areas of learning and showing great determination and effort to succeed.
Shakespeare Class: Oisin for having a thirst for knowledge and being a wonderful friend.  
Tolkien Class:  Lucy for her conscientious and outstanding attitude to learning.
Mrs Anstice's choice: Nancy for being a delight to work with and her great love of musical theatre. 

Our End of Term Kindness superstars

Milne Class: Olivia  

Potter Class: Edie

Carroll Class: Layla

Dahl Class: Mia 

Lewis Class: Jamie 

Shakespeare Class: Ella G

Tolkien Class: Indy 

The Winning House Team:

The winning house team for the school year is Coniston (Red Team) with 79 bars; Penrith (Blue team) second with 78 bars; Grasmere (Yellow team) with 77 bars and Thirlmere (Green Team) fourth with 60 bars. What a close contest it has been this year - super congratulations to everyone in red team.

100% Attendance Awards:

Super congratulations to Jack A, James B-H, Rhys B-H, Rose, Barnaby, Lucy B, Molly H, Chloe, Luke, Oisin, Zac O, Ruby P, Alfie P, Ethan , Isla S, Sam T-W, Casper, Ashton and Pearl for having 100% attendance for the school year 2018-2019. They were all presented with a certificate and gift voucher in our final assembly of the year.

Congratulations to 75 pupils who achieved 98+% attendance for the school year 2018-2019. They all received a certificate acknowledging their excellence attendance.

Good to be Green 

It was lovely to present certificates and pin badges to those children who had completed the year by successfully remaining green. Congratulations!

Happy Birthday:

In our special assembly, we sang Happy Birthday to Mrs Read, Mrs Coman, Miss Hall, Mrs Tidmarsh, Mrs Whittaker, Harry J, Sam M, Betsey, Jaxon, Marnie, Ethan B, Sophie J, Dara, James B-H, Danny, Natalya, Alyssa, Jessie, Mia B, James S, Jacob, Marcus, Rosi, Izzy G, Oisin, Rhys B-H, Phoebe B, Seth J, Olivia W and Tom W. Many happy returns from us all if you have celebrated your birthday this week or will be celebrating it over the summer break.

What we are looking forward to next week:

OUR SUMMER BREAK FROM SCHOOL!

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19th July 2019

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

What's in the news:

Thank you to the families who have taken time to complete the online parental questionnaire. We will be analysing the responses over the summer break and we will report back to parents on our return to school in September.

What has happened in school this week:

Monday saw the launch of a new RE syllabus for Cheshire West primary schools. Mrs Anstice hosted the event at Forest Hills which included a range of educational and faith based speakers including two of our own Year 6 RE Ambassadors who addresses 150 adults. Jessica and Katy gave a speech about the sort of lessons they experience in RE and what ideas they thought would be good for other schools to try. Well done both.

Mile Class completed the final school visit of the year by visiting the Sea Life Centre in Manchester on Monday. All the children had an amazing day. 

Dahl Class returned to Hob Hey Wood this week to see the progress of the trees they planted earlier on in the year. The sun came out for them and they all had a great time. 

 

It was a real pleasure to accompany Tolkien Class to Little India on Monday evening and enjoy a lovely curry. The food was amazing as were the children. This event always signifies the countdown to Year 6's final days with us and is always a lovely evening. 

It was lovely watching our Rock Steady musicians demonstrating their rock star skills in a concert on Wednesday this week. All the children confidently shared all they had learnt in their lessons to a very appreciative audience. Well done guys!

For KS2, the week has been dominated by their 'Take Two' performances. It has been a real pleasure and privilege working on this project with the children. Although, it wasn't what we had initially planned for our end of year production, the responses and comments from audiences certainly made all the hard work worthwhile and pleasing that a different format had been thoroughly enjoyed by everyone who watched. It is no mean feat getting 120+ children performing we yet again we managed it, with amazing individual, emsemble, class and whole key stage performances. As I said each evening, my socks were well and truly blown off! We have wonderful children here at school who enjoy performing. Super well done to KS2 and to Mrs Anstice for working so hard with the children through all the rehearsals and then on the performance nights.


What has made me smile this week:

Seeing the whole of Ks2 performing in 'Take Two' made me smile each night of their performances. The energy and enthusiasm from al the children was evident for all to see.


Headteacher Awards:

Alfie (Dahl Class) for completing his reading bookmark.

Maddy (Tolkien Class) for being a great help to Mrs Hughes on transition days.

Mia (Dahl Class) for her super science work on plants.

Netti (Tolkien Class) for being a great help to staff on transition days.

Robyn and Bethany (Shakespeare Class) for their collaboratively produced informative leaflet on Brazil. 

Mia E (Lewis Class) for being a brave big sister this week,

Ethan (Potter Class) for being a super helper and for his beautiful manners.

Ben (Dahl Class) for being a huge help to Miss Kelly and undertaking lots of jobs in the classroom.

Danny (Dahl Class) for his 'Take Two' bravery.

Austin (Tolkien Class) for his super home learning on the human body.

Indy (Tolkien Class) for being a superb last minute stand-in.

Zac O, Molly W, Alyssa, Oisin, Harry C, Marcus and George C for their awesomeness in our 'Take Two rehearsals and performances.

Edie (Potter Class) for completing her reading bookmark.

Presentation Awards:

Zac (Tolkien Class) for his science work on healthy eating.

Our Celebration Assembly superstars:

Milne Class: Nathan for working really hard and being determined and trying his best.

Potter Class: Poppy for being amazing in forest school sessions and for working really hard. 

Carroll Class: Jack J for  overcoming lots of challenges and for being funny and kind.

Dahl Class: Ava for being a bundle of energy and good in literacy sessions 

Lewis Class: Fred for his maturity, honesty, kindness and organisation skills.

Shakespeare Class: Rhys for being a bundle of energy and working so hard in all rehearsals and performances. 

Tolkien Class: Maddy for her amazing science work and for being having a super attitude to learning. 

Mrs Anstice's choice: Elliott B (Lewis Class) for being an absolute superstar in all 'Take Two' rehearsals and performances.

Sporting Achievements:

Super well done to Liam (Lewis Class) for being selected to play in the newly formed district U10s football team, following recent trials. Although not selected, Joshua and Oscar (Lewis Class) also took part in the trials. Well done to al three guys!

The Winning House Team:
The winning house team for this week was blue team (Penrith) with 585 points: red team (Coniston) second with 564 points; green team (Thirlmere) third with 530 points and yellow team (Grasmere) fourth with 510 points. Congratulations to everyone in blue team for this week and for being the winning team for the Summer Term.

The winning house team for the school year is Coniston (Red Team) with 79 bars; Penrith (Blue team) second with 78 bars; Grasmere (Yellow team) with 77 bars and Thirlmere (Green Team) fourth with 60 bars. What a close contest it has been this year - super congratulations to everyone in red team.

Happy Birthday:

In our special Celebration Assembly, we sang Happy Birthday to Amelia P, Ellie S, Tobijah, Joseph K, Nancy and Nathan S.  Many happy returns from us all if you have celebrated your birthday this week and next too.

What we are looking forward to next week:

Year 6 Leavers Assembly - Monday 22nd July @ 9am.

Year 6 leavers lunch - Monday 22nd July.

Claire House Colour Run - Monday 22nd July @ 2.15pm.

Parental Conferences - morning of Tuesday 23rd July

Final Assembly of the year - Wednesday 24th July @ 9am

BREAK FOR SUMMER - WEDNESDAY 24TH JULY @ 1.30PM.

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12th July 2019

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

What's in the news:

Our annual parental questionnaire will be online from Monday and will be open all next week. If you could find the time to share your thoughts concerning school it would be very much appreciated. You will be able to access the link to the questionnaire from the school website.

What has happened in school this week:


Potter Class had an excellent day on Monday visiting the Blue Planet Aquarium. Exploring all aspects of ocean life, the children learning lots of new facts. They loved seeing the divers in the big tank and seeing the stingrays being fed, as well as taking part in a workshop. It was a pleasure to be in their company on Monday.

Our annual infant wedding as part of our RE curriculum was held this week at Frodsham Methodist Church led by Rev Andrew Emison. This year the class chose a Harry Potter theme so it was Harry marrying Ginny Weasley. The children wrote vows suitable for the characters including eating chocolate frogs for breakfast and in a Relationships lesson designed a class poem about "What is Love". They also selected the music and songs which included the bridal party leaving to Black Magic by Little Mix. We had a list minute change of bride so well done to M who stepped up due to the bride from the raffle being ill on the day. Many thanks to all adults who assisted and also dressed up for the occasions and the lunchtime staff for a special reception back at school. Lots of photos are on the website under the Events tab.

Our Wider Opportunities concert took place on Thursday afternoon, with all the children in Shakespeare Class sharing their musical talents. Having learnt a musical instrument all year, this concert allows them to perform as an orchestra to an appreciative audience. It is a real treat to hear them perform having heard them learning how to play their instruments all year. 

What has made me smile this week:

Transition days always make me smile every year, as we see current pupils visiting their new classes for two days and a chance for us to meet all our new reception children for September.

Headteacher Awards:

James B-H, James, Bella and Will (Dahl Class) for their superb maths reasoning skills when exploring acute, right and obtuse angles

Harrison (Shakespeare Class) for completing his reading bookmark.

Abbi, Ruby P and Issy G (Shakespeare Class) for completing their reading bookmarks.

Issy G (Shakespeare Class) for her super art work in the style of Davis Hockney.

Tilly and Elizabeth (Tolkien and Shakespeare Classes) for their super 'The Plastic Problem' powerpoint.

Pearl (Carroll Class) for completing he reading bookmark.

Will, Eva C, Aiden C, Lucy, Ellioo M, Sam M and Oscar H for representing the school so superbly well at the Inter-Schools Peace Celebrations at Castle Park.

Molly (Dahl Class) for being recognised by Mrs Shaw (Midday Assistant) for her kind and caring nature.

Oisin (Shakespeare Class) for completing his reading bookmark.

Oisin (Shakespeare Class) for his super piece of William Morris inspired artwork.

Presentation Awards:

Lucy and Katie (Tolkien Class) for their super 'Healthy Eating' fact files.

Our Celebration Assembly superstars:

 

Milne Class: Joey for growing in confidence and for being an amazing reader; Albie for his lovely manners and improvement in his concentration.

Potter Class: Kian for his enthusiasm and impressing the teachers with the progress in his writing. 

Dahl Class: Jack O for making such improvement in his handwriting and for being creative.

Lewis Class: Alfie R for impressing the teaching staff with his geography knowledge and his super work on symmetry in maths.

Sporting Achievements:

Following her success in the local Key Steps Gymnastics competition, Daisy took part in the district finals in Warrington this week. Although not place in a medal winning position, we are exceptionally proud of Daisy's performance in the final.

Following a year in the planning, the Inter-Schools Sports Day took place at Castle Part on Sunday 7th July, as part of the Peace celebrations. It was lovely to receive a certificate to ark our participation in this event and I send a huge thank you to the small squad of pupils who represented school at this event.

Happy Birthday:

In our special Celebration Assembly, we sang Happy Birthday to Miss Kelly, Harry E, Aysha, Edie, James S, Shane, Oscar H, Alfie R, Edith and Rosa. Many happy returns from us all if you have celebrated your birthday this week and next too.

What we are looking forward to next week:

Milne Class visit Sea Life Centre, Manchester - Monday 15th July.

Dahl Class visit to Hob Hey Wood - Monday 15th July.

'Take 2' KS2 performances - Tuesday 16th, Wednesday 17th and Thursday 18th July @ 6pm.

Rock Steady Concert - Wednesday 17th July @ 10am

Helsby High School Art workshop - 20 pupils from Shakespeare Class - Wednesday 17th July.

Thank You Afternoon Cream Tea - Friday 19th July @ 2.15pm.

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