Our St George's News items

Showing kindness and thanks, by Mrs Price

Date: 26th Mar 2020 @ 2:47pm

We have been thinking about ways that we can help others and show kindness. We have made cards for a local care home to show we care. Also to show we are thankful for those helping others we have made a banner to say thank you. 

Can you make a card or picture to show you care? 

Visit from Nathan Young - 2A & 2B, by Miss Gough-Hughes

Date: 20th Mar 2020 @ 8:23am

Nathan Young

The children thoroughly enjoyed a visit from our current learning hero, Nathan Young. Nathan is our hero this half term because of his postivitity, resilience and sheer determination to swim, despite him being deaf. Nathan was a pupil at St George's Primary school and now represents Great Britain on the deaf swimming team. He has taken part in the deaflympics in Turkey and has also been to various countries around the world to compete, winning lots of medals. The children have been learning all about him this term and why he is our hero. They were incredibly excited to see a real life hero come in to school. He told them about what it was like growing up and why he took up swimming. He even brought in some items for the children to look at including his bronze medal, swimming caps and swim shorts. The children asked Nathan some excellent questions about his journey, learning even more about him. Well done Nathan! We are proud to call your our learning hero! 

Planning and Advice for Parents Regarding Partial Opening of St George's and Closure for Vast Majority of Pupils, by Mrs Walters

Date: 19th Mar 2020 @ 10:20am

Dear families, following last night's government's announcement, we will be in full planning mode today. The uncertainty regarding school closures has caused anxiety for families. What we now know is that from the end of the school day on Friday the 20th March the school will be closed to the majority of pupils. This is an 'indefinite measure'. We have no indication how long this will last for. This measure has been put in place to slow down the spread of the Covid-19 (coronavirus) virus. I am meeting with the Senior Leadership Team at 9.30am this morning to look at how we move forwards. Throughout this crisis we have applied the mantra that we act in a 'calm and informed' manner. That will be the case over the next few days. We recognise the pressure this will put on many families. School closures mean self-isolation and social distancing. It is not an extended holiday. We will be trying to ensure that your children are emotionally supported and reassured today. School is a place of safety and familiarity for children. We know that they will be confused and anxious. Message is that we are all ok at St George's. Closing school is a helpful step, so our communities are able to care better for those who are unwell. We will be sending home some resources and ideas to support your child's learning at home. We will be using the year group web pages of the website to ensure that we communicate with you and provide daily learning advice. http://www.stgeorges.wirral.sch.uk/classes If your child is currently off school, we will make the learning packs available on Friday afternoon from the school offices. The government have asked us to remain partially open for the most vulnerable pupils and for the families of key workers. That will include 'wrap around' Dragon Club provision and holiday club provision for children eligible under government guidance. In the spirit of the government's request to support key workers that offer will be open from nursery to year 6. At present we are unclear about the scope of that provision. The government have said that they will be providing clear guidance today on their expectations for schools, what roles 'key workers' will constitute and their plans for feeding free school meals children. As soon as we have this information we will be contacting families with further details about the school offer, who is eligible and how you will register for this. There is no need to contact us before then. As a staff team we are devastated to be closing. We come to work every day to provide the best care and opportunities for your children. Be reassured that we will continue working to ensure that we look after the families at St George's and planning to re-open at the earliest opportunity that we can safely educate and care for your pupils.

6a Science, by Mrs Taylor

Date: 19th Mar 2020 @ 9:53am

Year 6 are enjoying a morning of science today. They are investigating the lengths of shadows and what affects these lengths. Later, they will be using the VR headsets to explore the parts of the eye.

Year 5/6 - ESSA Regional Swimming Championships, by Mrs Horton

Date: 13th Mar 2020 @ 9:13pm

The year 5 and 6 swimming team took part in the ESSA Regional Championships, on Friday 13th March, at Everton Park Sports Centre. All of the swimmers displayed great enthusiasm and supported each other well. Once again, they made St George's very proud. Well done to the swimmers!

Macbeth Performance for year 4, by Mrs Walters

Date: 12th Mar 2020 @ 1:42pm

Children in year 4 enjoyed a special performance of Macbeth this week thanks to actors from MANACTCO.

British science week 2020 - Year two, by Miss Gough-Hughes

Date: 12th Mar 2020 @ 8:06am

Image result for science week  Science week 2020 

This week, the year two children have enjoyed celebrating British science week. We have been completing activities associated with space. Our main activity, was exploring what plants could (if they had all of the appropriate resources/equipment) grow and survive on space. The children explored various seeds, vegetables and fruit, identifying what they were. Then we discussed how these plants grow and what part of each item we actually eat. Many children were shocked at some of the results.  We then had a discussion about what plants would need to grow on space and decided which (if any) would be the best. We will be continuing our science week next week, completing more activities associated to space including: seeing what space looks like using VR, testing how craters are formed etc.

On a final note, there is a KS1 science section on the website if you want to see what we have been learning about this year. Additionally, there are some useful apps on there for your children to play linked to our science topics throughout KS1.

Year 5 Violin Concert Success, by Mrs Walters

Date: 13th Mar 2020 @ 10:02am

Year 5 parents were able to enjoy a fabulous violin concert last week. the children had worked very hard and performed brilliantly.

Miss Jones, year 5 TA took this fantastic photo on the day.

4C Lady Lever Trip, by Miss Lewis

Date: 11th Mar 2020 @ 2:52pm

We have had a lovely day in the Lady Lever today. We have been exploring artists  and creating our own water colour and oil pastel skylines.

World Book Day in 6A, by Mrs Taylor

Date: 6th Mar 2020 @ 2:39pm

Well done to all children who dressed up for World Book Day this year. We had some fantastic characters from a range of book and genres, which really showcased the variety of books read in Year 6. Well done, everybody!

World Book Day, by Miss Mulheirn

Date: 5th Mar 2020 @ 5:25pm

3D had a fantastic day celebrating World Book Day 📚. The children thoroughly enjoyed coming to school dressed as their favourite book characters and made a great effort with their costumes! The children teamed up with a buddy from Year 4 to read together before taking part in role play. They enjoyed watching and participating in a brief performance of Matilda by some of the Year 3 and 4 teachers. What a lovely day!

World Book Day in 3C, by Miss Forster

Date: 5th Mar 2020 @ 4:39pm

What a wonderful day we have had today! All of the children loved coming in dressed up as their faviourite characters. We had a great time sharing our accelerated reading books with Y4 and celebrating our reading skills. In the afternoon we did a book swap,  we shared our faviourite books with our class friends and talked about how they made us feel. Well done to 3C for being so enthusiastic and positive today. 

3B World Book Day , by Miss Cummings

Date: 5th Mar 2020 @ 5:22pm

3B had a wonderful day celebrating World Book Day! 📚 We enjoyed coming in dressed up as characters from our favourite books. We had a fantastic time sharing our books with year 4 and celebrating our reading skills. During the afternoon, we participated in a book swap and created our own bookmarks for our favourite books. Finally, we enjoyed watching a short performance of ‘Matilda’ by some of the year 3/4 teachers in assembly! Well done for being so positive 3B! 

Foundation 1 Open Event, by Mrs Walters

Date: 5th Mar 2020 @ 2:45pm

We will be holding an F1 open event for any parents looking for 3 year old provision in 2020/21 on Thursday 12th March at 2pm and 5pm.

Please contact school to book on 638 6014 or by emailing schooloffice@stgeorges.wirral.sch.uk

2D World Book Day , by Mrs Cameron-Ivanov

Date: 6th Mar 2020 @ 8:25am

We had a great day celebrating World Book Day!

Here are some photographs of us dressed up as our favourite characters. Aren't all our outfits fabulous?

World Book Day in Year 4C!, by Miss Lewis

Date: 6th Mar 2020 @ 8:09am

Year 3 and 4 World Book Day Book Swap, by Miss Reil

Date: 4th Mar 2020 @ 7:52pm

In addition to dressing up as their favourite character, we will be holding a book swap. Children are invited to bring in a book that they no longer want to swap for another. 

 

 

Year 3 Wellbeing Lunch, by Miss Cummings

Date: 5th Mar 2020 @ 5:03pm

Last week, 3B loved demonstrating the wellbeing activities that take place at St George’s. We began with meditation and then taught the parents how to participate in peer massage and Zumos. After that, the parents and children were able to enjoy eating lunch together!

World Book Day celebration, by Miss Stewart

Date: 5th Mar 2020 @ 2:34pm

The children in Year One and Two came together this afternoon to share their favourite stories. The children enjoyed discussing their favourite characters and authors. Throughout the day, the children have enjoyed lots of literacy activities including book reviews, book hunts and redesigning a front cover.

They thoroughly enjoyed dressing up and we would like to thank you all for taking the time to participate. 

We hope you enjoy spending the book tokens!

Harry Potter London 2020 - photos taken by Mr J.Evans, by Mr Evans

Date: 4th Mar 2020 @ 10:39am

What an experience we had in London, the children were fantastic and I want to thank them for being so good and providing so much fun for us all. Enjoy the photos!! :)

Year 2 have been busy estimating and measuring with ml, L, cm and M, by Mrs Price

Date: 4th Mar 2020 @ 7:23pm

Year 2 have been busy estimating and measuring with ml, L, cm and M.

smileyWhat fun we had measuring, estimating and reasoning!smiley

 

 

 

Wirral Girls Football Success, by Cassidy

Date: 11th Mar 2020 @ 4:26pm

Well done to Grace Williams and the Under 11s Wirral Girls football team who have progressed to the final at Goodison Park next month.  her coach commented that, "Grace has been an integral part of the team and am ever present."

 

Year 6 Football Fixture , by Thomas

Date: 2nd Mar 2020 @ 5:37pm

Year 6 competed in their latest Houlihan Cup fixture against St Peter's. After a hard fought match in tough conditions , they unfortunately lost the game 3-2. Despite creating some great chances in the second half a determined performance from the opposition goalkeeper prevented them from getting level. Well done to all the boys and we look forward to the next game on Thursday against Poulton Lancelyn. 

Harry Potter World, by Thomas

Date: 28th Feb 2020 @ 5:12pm

Mr Thomas'  group had a magical afternoon at Harry Potter World. The sets, props and characters enchanted the children and they were really interested to find out about the secrets behind the cameras. 

Home safe and well, by Mrs Chambers

Date: 28th Feb 2020 @ 10:38pm

I would just like to echo the words of Mr Cassidy in thanking our amazing staff team for making this exciting and ambitious trip a possibility. They have truly been superb and ensured the children felt totally safe and secure at all times with their unlimited energy, positivity and care.
Your children have been an absolute credit to you. They have been complemented wherever we have visited both for their manners and their care of each other. It has been a pleasure and honour to share in their excitement when watching live theatre, travelling on the tube and Harry Potter World. 
Thank you so much Year 4

Mrs Chambers

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