The Chapliancy team were asked about their role within our school and produced a video showing all their hard work this year. This was shown to other Chaplains around the Diocese when we gathered together at St Gabriel's RC High School in Bury. They've been very committed all year and done some fantastic work.
Our EYFS wanted to say a big thank you for their wonderful new outdoor area (and show off some skills!). It wouldn't have been possible without our fabulous PTA. The Student Council were then thinking about what next year's fundraising money could bring us...
Representing St Catherine's with high energy, wonderful voices and superb behavior as usual. A big thank you to Miss Dewsnap who organised yet another spectacular event.
Entertainment provided by our very own Ant and Dec... Mr Tanti and Mr Westbrook!
The children from Reception to Year 6 all painted a pebble that was placed in the playground to create a beautiful poppy. The children were very respectful as they remembered all those who have died in war and conflict.
Year 4 have used Lewis Carroll's 'The Jabberwocky' as their Talk 4 Writing text. The creativity and skill used in their inventions was incredible and we just had to have a poetry recital to share their marvelous work. Year 4 certainly know how to captivate an audience. We were amazed at Ethan's ability to remember his poem in just a few days!
Mixing a traditional Irish instrument with a recent hit!
Year 4 showed off their talents today at the Irish Festival. Here is one of our brilliant musicians who has only been learning this tricky instrument since September. Shine that light Cliona!
Class 10 are introducing themselves in Spanish for our partner schools to view. They were fantástico!
Jessica made this superb iMovie which not only shows off her computing skills but also the depth of her understanding about how to combat the problems of the world. We think we may have a future eco warrior amongst us! Let's all help Jessica by listening to the advice in her video!
Singing along to Mr Tanti's hit record 'Angle Style', Year 4 have taken angles to new heights. As part of our current maths unit, Year 4 are using their new knowledge of angles to explore different shapes.
Year 6 sing their very own version of 'Somewhere Only We Know' at the leavers mass.
Lauren went above and beyond in this piece of homework. She was given a record amount of core value points for it by every teacher in the school. What a fantastic role model!