World Book Day
We celebrated 'World Book Day' in style this week by dressing up as a fictional character from one of our favourite books. All the children got into the spirit of the occasion by raising money for charity and joining in with fun packed activities on the day itself.
Follow the link on the 'Parents Page - Events' to see our World Book Day Video. Year Six had great fun creating it. There are some budding actors, actresses, directors and cameramen amongst us!
Watch out for our pop up 'Book Sale' in school on the week commencing 23rd March.
Lledr Hall 2015
At the end of this busy term at St. Joseph's, Year Six have worked hard and played hard throughout! You have attended various events over the past few weeks and have represented our school extremely well.
Have a wonderful Christmas and a peaceful New Year - God Bless.
Children in Year 5 and Year 6 were lucky enough to be invited to record a performance with the BBC Philharmonic and the BBC Choir presented by Becky Want and Mike Sweeney. This show will be aired on Radio Manchester on Christmas Eve at 6pm and again on Christmas Day at 12pm and 6pm. The children raised the roof at the studios and wowed the visiting audience.
Celebration Assembly News
|Week||Good Work||Pupil of the Week|
Maria - for wonderful work in Religion. Maria produces all her work with
such great care and attention to detail.
Daniel M - for a great start to Year Six. Daniel has started the year with a mature
Stephanie - for accurate work in Maths
and she is always ready to seek
the next challenge.
Lesley - for being thoroughly reliable in all that she does. Lesley is kind and
courteous to all adults and her peers alike.
Ellie O- for creativity in her homework. Ellie designed and made two impressive
Graziella- for being a good role
model for the younger children. She
shows true kindness in all that she does.
Bryn- for creating a truly remarkable Viking long ship.This took patience and care
resulting in a wonderful piece of work.
Daniel Mb- for being a wonderful
prefect. He shows kindness and
good manners to the younger children.
We have been exploring Jesus' Miracles through drama this week.
Can you identify what is happening in each miracle?
You have all made such an impressive start to your homework grids. I have been thoroughly delighted with the array of homework pieces produced with such thought and care.
A fantastic start Year Six - keep it up!
Here are a few examples:
It is so important that you continue with all areas of homework to enhance your learning:
Take an Accelerated Reader quiz at home or show your parents all the books you have read on your own bookshelf.