Entries by Liz Heymoz


Over the last 2 weeks every class in the school has been exploring the book Weslandia by Paul Fleischman illustrated by Kevin Hawkes. The book explores what happens to the main character, Wesley when the summer holiday start! There has been some fantastic writing from every class; the ideas in the book have inspired our […]

School Parliament Week

This week we took part in National School Parliament Week. The children used the school parliament resource box to discover how parliament works. Year 5 and 6 were visited by councillor Peter Knell who spoke to the children about local government and the role of the mayor. Year 5 led us in an assembly all […]

Anti-Bullying Parent Information evening

Thank you to the parents who attended our information evening yesterday exploring how to support your child with relationships at school . It was highly informative and interesting. Please see the powerpoint that was used during the session. Parents handout – Supporting relationships at school

Welcome Back!

Welcome back to our new school year! It was wonderful to see the many smiling faces on Wednesday as we opened the doors to a new school year. The children looked well and were enthusiastic to share their news and stories of the summer. It was lovely to welcome our 30 new Reception children to […]

Sports Day and Picnic!

Thank you to all the parents who came to support the children on sports day. There was a wonderful atmosphere and some amazing performances! Well done to St Bernadette’s House for winning the KS1 competition and to St Vincent’s House for being victorious in the afternoon KS2 event. The overall winner was St Bernadette’s House! Thank […]

Fundraising for the JIA Foundation

Thank you for all your support today fundraising for the JIA  Foundation. The purple looked great and the cakes were delicious! Well done to Gloria and the Year 6 for organising the day! Thank you to everyone who donated cakes for our sale. A special thank you to the parishioners who arrived at school bearing […]