Our St George's News items

Polar Explorer!, by Mrs Kingsley

Date: 21st Nov 2018 @ 5:08pm

This afternoon, KS2 had some very exciting visitors! Our Polar ambassadors came into school and delivered an exciting assembly telling us all about the Polar Explorers Project. We look forward to continuing our Polar explorations. Here are some photos of the Y3 & 4 assembly


Road Safety Week , by Miss Gough-Hughes

Date: 20th Nov 2018 @ 7:34pm

Today, all of Year 1 spent time learning about road safety and why it’s incredibly important. The focus of road safety week this year is, bike safety and how to be safe on the road. Children in Year 1 watched a video to show them the important things to do when riding your bike, including: wearing a helmet to protect your head. As a result, we designed our very own bike helmet and discussed what material we would need to use to ensure it would be sturdy and would protect us. Some designs we completed are found below. Additionally, we conducted a mini experiment using eggs. Firstly, we dropped an egg into a bucket and observed it breaking due to the force and height it was dropped at. We then wrapped our egg in bubble wrap as a protective layer (just like a helmet) and observed how it didn’t smash this time. Children realised that the bubble wrap was just like a helmet for our heads and saw how important helmets are. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed learning about road safety and hope that the children can share what they have learnt with you. Well done Year 1 for learning the importance of road safety! 



Year 2 - Designing Dazzle Vehicles, by Mrs Price

Date: 19th Nov 2018 @ 5:17pm

Year 2 - Designing Dazzle Vehicles

Year 2 have been busy making their own vehicles using Dazzle designs. They had to use axles, axle holders and a chasis. The children enjoyed sawing their own axles to stick wheels onto. 



2B’s Liverpool Transport Museum Trip, by Miss Mulheirn

Date: 19th Nov 2018 @ 4:55pm

We had a wonderful day at the Museum of Liverpool! We had the opportunity to see various modes of transport from the past and present. We even got to sit in an old, overhead train whilst wearing old fashioned hats. Getting the ferry back to Seacombe was a pleasure. The view was spectacular and we spotted lots of patterns created by the artist Peter Blake. What a super trip we had!

Parent ADHD Workshop , by Mrs Walters

Date: 19th Nov 2018 @ 1:43pm

A Parent Workshop (run by ADHD Foundation) will be held at Liscard Primary on 4th December from 9:30-2:15pm.

This is aimed at those parents having difficulties with their child who has NOT got a diagnosis or on the pathway.  

It explores:

Why children behave the way they do

How to increase the behaviour we want to see more

How to limit the behaviour we want to see less off

Evidence based strategies for managing behaviour  (more or less the same as covered in adhd courses)

We also look at violent and challenging behaviour and how to manage the impact of this. 

There are only a few spaces left please let school know if you would like to attend by emailing or speaking to reception.


Year 2 Animal Poetry, by Mrs Price

Date: 16th Nov 2018 @ 5:07pm

Year 2 have been busy being writing animal poems inspired from our Zoo visit last week. Look at the year 2 english page for videos of our poems.



Year 5 and 6 Celebrate Children in Need 2018, by Miss Newton

Date: 16th Nov 2018 @ 1:27pm

Thank you to all the children (and staff) who have dressed up to celebrate Children in Need. We have t-shirts, ears and even some socks!

Year 5 Tag Rugby, by Mr Knowles

Date: 15th Nov 2018 @ 4:42pm

Our Year 5 Tag Rugby team have been to Birkenhead School to take part in a Tag Rugby festival. The team conducted themselves brilliantly and gave it their best shot. Well done!!

Anti-Bullying writing in year 2, by Mrs Horton

Date: 15th Nov 2018 @ 2:31pm

This week we have been thinking about how to prevent bullying in our school. Please have a look at our lovely writing.


2B's Dazzle Patterns, by Miss Mulheirn

Date: 15th Nov 2018 @ 2:22pm

Over the last few weeks we have been studying colour and pattern. We have experimented to make tints by adding white and tones by adding black. We then designed our own 'Dazzle Patterns' in the style of Peter Blake. Here we are enjoying painting our patterns!



Anti-Bullying at St George’s, by Mrs Horton

Date: 12th Nov 2018 @ 3:36pm

Today was the start of National Anti-Bullying Week. Our anti-bullying ambassadors were amazing today and gave an assembly all about anti-bullying. We all wore odd socks to celebrate our uniqueness and differences.

This year the theme for the week is “Choose RESPECT”.

Parent Governors Required!, by Cassidy

Date: 21st Nov 2018 @ 7:17am

Dear parents, on Friday we sent home an e-mail and message on the app regarding our 2 parent governor vacancies.  

Please see the attached letter for further details.  Closing date is end of the school day on Friday 23rd November.


Year 2 Chester Zoo fun, by Mrs Price

Date: 9th Nov 2018 @ 4:46pm

We had a marvellous time at the zoo on Wednesday. Despite the rain we managed to see so many animals. There were lots of tired children and adults on Wednesday evening. 

Cub Achievement , by Mrs Horton

Date: 9th Nov 2018 @ 3:32pm

Five of our year 6 children, who attend 29th Wallasey Cubs, have been awarded the Cheif Scout's Silver award. This is the highest achievement that they can reach at Cub level. It shows a huge commitment to the cubs and lots of work has gone into gaining many badges to achieve this. Well done to Eliza, Lily, Daniel, Jake and Harry.

Remembering in year 6, by Mrs Taylor

Date: 9th Nov 2018 @ 3:31pm

Year 6 have spent the afternoon watching a BBC live lesson all about World War 1. We created haikus that we will be adding to a blog next week. We will share some of these on our website next week.

2B's Trip to Chester Zoo, by Miss Mulheirn

Date: 9th Nov 2018 @ 3:06pm

2B thoroughly enjoyed their trip to Chester Zoo this week. Here are a few photographs of the special day!

Chester Zoo , by Miss Gough-Hughes

Date: 9th Nov 2018 @ 2:18pm

Chester Zoo 

Year 1 visited Chester Zoo this week. We had a fantastic time and found the whole experience very exciting. First, we got on a big coach, which was very comfortable to sit on. It took us around half an hour to get to the zoo but we did not mind as we spent time looking out of the window and spotting different sights. When we arrived at the zoo, we got a special sticker so that we could go in. In the morning, we all saw lots of different animals including: red pandas, lions, giraffes, owls, penguins, flamingoes, butterflies etc. We found that some animals were asleep and were not out in their inclosures but others were outside, enjoying the fresh air. We particularly enjoyed seeing the lions as the male lion came very close to the fence and even started to stratch his claws on the tree which made us laugh. After seeing lots of animals in the morning, we made our way to the Islands for our dinner. We chatted to our friends and enjoyed having a bit of a rest after lots of walking. We enjoyed having dinner but were even more excited to see different animals. All of a sudden, it started to rain really badly so we all had to walk quite fast to get under shelter. Some classes took cover in the bat cave and others went to see the painted dogs and the rhinos. After, we walked through the rain with our hoods up and made our way back to the coaches. Some of us fell asleep on the coach as we were all exhausted from all of the walking that we did. We found we had walked nearly 5 miles! All teachers were so impressed with how sensible and postive the children were throughout the day. Well done Year 1! Here are some pictures of the animals we saw: 



Here is a picture of us before we left the zoo (we were a little wet). 


Poppy Pebbles for Remembrance Day, by Mrs Walters

Date: 9th Nov 2018 @ 1:14pm

To  mark 100 years since the end of the First World War the children have been painting poppies onto pebbles to create a commemoratice garden at lower site.

Mrs Senior created the pebble garden this morning and added a beautiful wreath to the centre with some of the children.

Each year group has been learning about Remembrance Day and we are very grateful tothe Wallasey Churches Together group who are supporting our work throughout November. 

Cub Scout Congratulations, by Mrs Walters

Date: 9th Nov 2018 @ 10:59am

Congratulations to five of our pupils who managed to achieve their Silver Scout award last night at the 29th Wallasey Cub Scout Group.

This is the highest achievement a cub can achieve and shows their commitment to scouting. Well done to them all!

Afterschool Club Relocation, by Mr Smith

Date: 6th Nov 2018 @ 8:29am

Thursday 8th November from 4:30pm Dragon Club will be based in the main school building on lowersite due to an open evening for Foundation.

Please can parents/carers collect children from the main school office on this date.


Thank you for your support.

Year 3 visit Chester Zoo, by Miss Bennett

Date: 9th Nov 2018 @ 4:38pm

Year 3 had a fantastic day at Chester Zoo on Tuesday. We had a fun filled but very busy day visiting most of the animals and learning all about them. This has even inspired us to create some fantastic animal themed limericks in our Literacy lessons.


Our visit to Chester Zoo Class 4B , by Mrs Saunders

Date: 9th Nov 2018 @ 4:07pm

We had a brilliant time this week when we visited Chester Zoo. Not only did we see some lovely animals but as we walked around we  also investigated, by reading the informative displays and using our observation skills to find out as much as we could  about their teeth. This has been part of our science studies learning about the functions of the different teeth that humans have. It was great to make comparisons. 

6B at Chester Zoo, by Mrs Palmi

Date: 5th Nov 2018 @ 5:33pm

6D’s day at Chester Zoo, by Miss Newton

Date: 5th Nov 2018 @ 5:26pm

We had a great day at the zoo today and learnt lots about adaptation of different animals. 

Group four's adventures., by Mrs Palmi

Date: 1st Nov 2018 @ 2:04pm

Group 4 had a fantastic time at Condover Hall and have made memories we will treasure forever. Our first day involved finding our way around the centre during the orienteering session and learning how to survive by building shelters and making fires.  We had a great second day of activities including abseiling, climbing, team challenge and conquest.  On Wednesday we finished the trip by challenging ourselves on the 'Leap of Faith'. The children were a credit to the school and we had a wonderful time.

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