Please see Miss Fenwick’s latest newsletter (11.06.21) below…
Today Year Two were so lucky to have such a fun and exciting end to our Great Fire of London topic. Mrs Crawford was extremely kind and came to help us with a fire in the Secret Garden. We all sat around the fire pit and we watched some cardboard houses burn in the fire. We were amazed at how quickly the fire spread and we remembered that it was exactly the same during the Great Fire of London because of the houses being made from wood. We took a moment to think about how important it is to stay safe around fires and to not play with anything that may cause a fire. What a fun afternoon we had!
Please see below for our latest Newsletter from Thursday 27th May 2021:
Northern Skills Group have a brilliant opportunity available for someone to join the team over at St Aloysius School. They are looking for an Apprentice Caretaker and during the course of the Apprenticeship you will work towards your L2 Property Maintenance Qualification.
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We have an amazing opportunity available to join the team over at St Aloysius School. They are looking for an Apprentice Caretaker and during the course of the Apprenticeship you will work towards your L2 Property Maintenance Qualification.
— Northern Skills (@northernskills_) May 19, 2021
We are so pleased to announce that we have recently been shortlisted for Primary School of the Year Award at St. Aloysius.
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This week, it is Mental Health Awareness Week from 10th – 16th May. The theme this year is nature. Please find attached a guide with ideas and links to support your wellbeing.
As part of our Captain Tom 100 Challenge, Year 3 challenged themselves to fill 100 small glasses with loose change. Amazingly they managed to fill 169 glasses with a total of £229.17!! A massive well done and THANK YOU to Year 3 and their families.
Yesterday we celebrated Sir Captain Tom Moore with a 100 challenge. Each year group completed an English, Maths and PSHE activity related to the number 100. All of the children had lots of fun completing the challenges!
Today we celebrated Hebburn Town FC going to Wembley for the FA Vase Final. We came to school dressed in yellow and black to show our support for the club.