Our St George's News items
Sweet Valentine's Day specials for lunch!, by Mrs Walters
Date: 14th Feb 2020 @ 11:32am
Our fabulous catering teams have marked Valentine's Day with some sweet treats for the children today!
The teams at both sites created heart shaped biscuits and a variety of pink and red puddings to mark the occasion.
3B World History Museum Trip - Ancient Egypt , by Miss Cummings
Date: 13th Feb 2020 @ 4:06pm
3B had a wonderful time exploring the World History Museum in Liverpool. We were lucky enough to look around a range of the exhibitions, particularly the Ancient Egypt sections. During the morning, we attended a workshop to deepen our knowledge of Ancient Egypt and had the opportunity to handle artefacts related to Ancient Egypt. Throughout the afternoon, we followed the Ancient Egyptian trail and experienced the different sections including The River Nile and The Mummy Room.
The children had a fantastic time and represented St George’s incredibly well. We were so proud of how enthusatic they were -well done 3B!
Thank you to all of the staff and parent helpers for all of their support.
3C World Museum trip- Ancient Egypt. , by Miss Forster
Date: 13th Feb 2020 @ 3:52pm
3C had a wonderful time exploring The World History Museum in Liverpool. We were lucky enough to look around a range of the museums exhibitions, particularly The Ancient Egyptian sections. During the morning we attended a workshop to deepen our knowledge of Anicent Egyptian artefacts which included amulets, canopic jars and hieroglyphics.
The children had a wonderful time and we all felt so proud of how they represented St George’s with their amazing subject knowledge and outstanding behaviour.
Thank you so much to our parent helpers and all of the staff at the museum. What a wonderful day we had! Well done 3C.
3A World History Museum Trip - Ancient Egyptian , by Mrs Kisby
Date: 13th Feb 2020 @ 4:04pm
3A had a fantastic time exploring the World History Museum in Liverpool. We were lucky enough to look around a range of the museums exhibitions, particularly the Ancient Egyptian sections. In the morning we spent the time exploring the different rooms, which gave the children the opportunity to verify and extend their understanding of life in Ancient Egypt as well as seeing mummies up close and personal! During the afternoon we attended a workshop to deepen our knowledge of Ancient Egyptian artefacts. The children were given the opportunity to observe and handle, in the role of archaeologists, a wide range of artefacts.
Thank you to our parent helpers and the staff of the museum for supporting us on this wonderful trip.. The children were a huge credit to the school.
Thank you 3A
3D World Museum Trip - Ancient Egypt, by Miss Mulheirn
Date: 13th Feb 2020 @ 4:03pm
3D had an excellent time exploring The World History Museum in Liverpool. We had the opportunity to look around a range of the exhibitions, particularly the Ancient Egypt section. During the afternoon, we attended a workshop to deepen our understanding of artefacts which included amulets, canopic jars and hieroglyphics.
We all had a wonderful time and their enthusiasm and knowledge really impressed!
Thank you to all of the parent helpers and staff at the museum for their support.
6D’s Silent Debate, by Miss Newton
Date: 7th Feb 2020 @ 2:24pm
This afternoon we have had a silent debate. We started off by looking at four different statements about China - our current Geography unit. We thought really carefully about whether we agreed or disagreed with the statements, without actually sharing our opinion with anyone else. Then we had to walk around the room - in silence - and write down why we agreed or disagreed with the statements, but this time on large paper. We were really encouraged to challenge each other’s thinking.
Malta Visit , by Miss Cummings
Date: 7th Feb 2020 @ 8:27am
Over the last few days, Mrs Johnson, Mrs Mollloy, Miss Jones and Miss Cumming have been in Malta, where they continued working on the Erasmus Story Telling Project:
‘We have participated in workshops with colleagues from Malta, Gozo and Italy, working collaboratively to create resources to support a range of Literacy activities. We were fortunate enough to visit St Francis school in Birkirkara, where we observed lessons and visited all of the classes throughout the school. All staff and children made us feel extremely welcome and gave us a real insight into the Maltese education system. During our visit, we were also able to experience the wonderful history and culture of Malta. We are looking forward to hosting our European colleagues at St George’s in the near future.’
A morning at the library, by Miss Berry
Date: 5th Feb 2020 @ 9:26am
4E had a wonderful morning at the school's local library meeting Rebecca Fan-Blinston, author of the Mersey Tales series. The children were read one of her stories and were able to participate in a workshop.
They all thoroughly enjoyed the experience!
Chinese art in 6A, by Mrs Taylor
Date: 3rd Feb 2020 @ 2:21pm
6A have worked tremendously hard this afternoon practising their skills with ink and watercolours. They have studied the Four Gentlemen in Chinese art and have now recreated some of the brushstrokes needed to paint them. Eventually, children will create one of the four plants using their new skills.
Year 5 Shakespeare Trust Workshop!, by Miss Jones
Date: 3rd Feb 2020 @ 5:20pm
Some lucky Year 5 children had a really fabulous day with freelance artist, Caroline Daly!
The children created 3D models based on the stormy scenes of 'The Tempest' by William Shakespeare as part of National Shakespeare week next month. The theme for Shakespeare week 2020 is Art & Design.
Their final products will be collected in a few weeks to be put on display at The Lowry, Manchester, where they can be viewed by members of the public - how exciting! A huge thank you to Caroline for a wonderful experience.
To find out more about Caroline Daly, visit the link below:
Caroline Daly Freelance Artist
To find out more about The Tempest, click on the link below to watch a short video summary:
The Tempest Re-telling
To find out more about National Shakespeare Week, visit the site below:
National Shakespeare Week
Take a look at the photos from the day:
Jay Lusted Visits Year 6, by Mrs Taylor
Date: 31st Jan 2020 @ 2:59pm
Year 6 were lucky enough to meet their learning hero today. Jay spent the afternoon talking to year 6 about his life and reflecting on his own self-awareness. We learnt about his presenting roles, sporting achievements and family life. We even listened to him taking about his auditions for Charlie in The Greatest Showman: he got down to the final two! We would like to thank Jay for this inspirational afternoon.
6A Geography Finger Twister, by Mrs Taylor
Date: 30th Jan 2020 @ 1:47pm
6A had great fun this afternoon practising their geographical vocabulary. Children needed to spin the paper clip to find a definition and then put their finger on the correct word. It was great fun and very educational.
6D attend the Holocaust Memorial Commemoration , by Miss Newton
Date: 29th Jan 2020 @ 2:59pm
We have had a wonderful afternoon at the Floral Pavillion. We listened to the stories of Lady Melina who was one of the 669 predominantly Jewish children who were evacuated from Prague on the kindertransport trains organised by Sir Nicholas Winton - our learning hero. Two of our own children - Katie and Luke contributed to the Wirral statement of commitment in memory of all those who were persecuted. It's certainly given us a lot to think about!
VR setting descriptions, by Miss Newton
Date: 29th Jan 2020 @ 10:30am
This morning Mrs Roberts’ English group have been using the VR headsets to develop some high level vocabulary. We are going to use these adjectives to write a setting description of a desert.
Using virtual reality equipment in Geography!, by Miss Berry
Date: 3rd Feb 2020 @ 4:45pm
Last week, Year 4 had the opportunity to use our fantastic new VR system to explore the site of an earthquake in Italy for their topic 'earthquakes and volcanoes' in geography. The children could see see first hand the effect an earthquake has on a community and the discussion and questions generated after their time using the headsets was brilliant.
Year 4 look forward to using VR in other lessons!
Year 2 Reading Breakfast, by Mrs Molloy
Date: 29th Jan 2020 @ 1:39pm
Year 2 thoroughly enjoyed their reading breakfast yesterday at Wallasey Village library. We hope that it helps to promotea love for reading and encourage them to regularly visit our local library.
Just a reminder that the opening hours are as follows:
Tuesday & Friday 9am-1pm & 2pm-5pm
Saturday 9am- 1pm
Year 6 UNICEF Fundraising Stars , by Cassidy
Date: 22nd Jan 2020 @ 11:39am
Well done to our fabulous year 6 pupils who have bene organisiing a stationery tombola to raise money for UNICEF this week. They are aiming for £50 by Friday. We are very proud of their commitment to such a good cause..
2C explore Asia using virtual reality , by Mrs Price
Date: 16th Jan 2020 @ 4:48pm
2C have had an exciting time exploring varied countries in Asia. We found lot of interesting physical and human features in countries. We discovered how some countries have similarities and how different some areas are.
6D investigate China’s physical geography using VR, by Miss Newton
Date: 9th Jan 2020 @ 3:01pm
This afternoon 6D have had a full afternoon of geography. We began by using our new VR head seats to explore and compare China's vast landscapes. We used virtual reality to take a tour from the Gobi desert all the way back to Beijing! Then we used our knowledge of China's topography to make a play dough map and label the key topographical features.
6A Constructing China, by Mrs Taylor
Date: 8th Jan 2020 @ 1:58pm
Today, 6A used play dough to make the shape of China. Then, they used matchsticks to label the topographical features. The finished products look fantastic and have really demonstrated the children’s geographical understanding.
Y5 and 6 Swimming Gala, by Mrs Roberts
Date: 7th Jan 2020 @ 4:35pm
Some of our amazing swimmers from years 5 & 6 participated in an inter-schools swimming gala at Woodchurch leisure centre. Their behaviour was exemplery and they were a credit to both the school and themselves. What wonderful ambassadors for our school community! Oh, and THEY WON!!!! Congratulations to them all.
Tranmere Programme Winner!, by Mrs Walters
Date: 6th Jan 2020 @ 1:57pm
Well done to year 6 pupil Jamie Huston who won a competition organised by Tranmere Rovers to design one of their programmes.
Jamie and her family were treated to a visit to Prenton Park to watch the game against Blackpool on Sunday 29th December.
She met the manager, some players and enjoyed the match!
A link to the Tranmere film is below:
Year 3 Christmas Production, by Miss Mulheirn
Date: 20th Dec 2019 @ 2:52pm
We would like to express how proud we are of the children for their outstanding professionalism and showmanship during the Christmas performance. Even with technical difficulties they put on a marvellous show! We would like to thank you all for your support and hope you enjoy the festive period!
Year 3 Christmas Parties, by Miss Mulheirn
Date: 20th Dec 2019 @ 2:41pm
Year 3 have had a wonderful day of Christmas crafts, party games and dancing. We wish you all a merry Christmas!
Achievement Award Shopping!, by Mrs Parker
Date: 20th Dec 2019 @ 10:22am
Today, at top site children went shopping in our "pop-up" achievement awards shop. They have been earning points for good behaviour all term and now was their chance to spend them.