Our St George's News items
Year 6 Shakespeare Day, by Miss Newton
Date: 23rd Jan 2019 @ 3:39pm
Today, some of our Year Six children were invited to take part in a Shakespeare workshop. They have spent the day listening to Shakespearian stories, creating freeze frames and acting. They have all thoroughly enjoyed themselves and are looking forward to rehearsing a short performance tomorrow morning.
6D’s day at the War Museum, by Miss Newton
Date: 10th Jan 2019 @ 3:49pm
6D had a wonderful day at the War Museum. We learnt lots about the impact of war and even got the chance to meet a WW2 Veteran too who told us all about his own experiences.
Boys’ Group Climbing Trip, by Mrs Taylor
Date: 22nd Jan 2019 @ 2:46pm
Our Year 6 Momentous Boys’ Club were taken to Awesome Walls to celebrate their successes.
Quorn visit for lower site, by Mrs Walters
Date: 16th Jan 2019 @ 1:54pm
Children at lower site were able to enjoy some new vegetarian flavours thanks to a visit from Quorn today.
The children and staff were able to try samples of a pasta dish, a Quorn mince and vegetable meal, fish-less fingers and wraps.
The visit was aimed at encouraging children to try new flavours for future meat free Monday meals and enjoy some plant based food.
Children at upper site will hopefully have a Quorn visit soon.
Will Allen Awards At Topsite, by Pickering
Date: 14th Jan 2019 @ 2:55pm
Congratulations to Ryan Banks and Taya Hanson for showing consistently the school’s RESPECT values. Being role models and giving 100% effort in all they do. Well done!
6A’s visit the the Imperial War Museum, by Mrs Taylor
Date: 10th Jan 2019 @ 4:28pm
Year 6 had a great time today visiting the Imperial War Museum in Manchester. We took a trip through time to find out about women, clothing, rationing, evacuation, battle and transport during the wars.
Year 1 and 2 Christmas Assembly, by Mrs Horton
Date: 19th Dec 2018 @ 10:43am
Mr Cassidy delivered a festive Christmas assembly to the children today. He talked to the children about what Christmas means to them and their families, and to the wider community. We celebrated and thanked the children for all the work that they have done this term fundraising, particulary the gifts that have been brought in for the Mission Christmas Toy Appeal.
We also celebtrated the hard work and enthusiasm that the children have shown towards their learning. At the end of each half term the teachers in each year group choose one child to be given the 'Will Allen Respect Trophy'. This term Oliver in 1A and James in 1B have been selected. Both children display positive attitudes, respect and kindness towards others. They are consistently good role models and put in 100% effort in everything they do. Well done to both children.
Mr Cassidy also gave out awards for the 2 children who have received the most blue and gold awards in each year group. Thses awards went to Lawrence 1A and Riley 2C. Well done!
Of course we also gave out our weekly awards for our 'leraning hereos' who have been trying extra hard this week.
All of the staff in years 1 and 2 would like to wich you all a Happy Christmas.
Christmas Angels outside school, by Mrs Walters
Date: 18th Dec 2018 @ 8:33am
You may have spotted some little visitors at lower site today. We were greeted by a host of little angels on the railings outside school this morning. Each one has a note attached offering Christmas wishes and saying ‘take me I’m free!’ What a lovely idea from Claremount Methodist Church - thank you to the church community for thinking of us.
Mission Christmas Appeal Success, by Mrs Walters
Date: 14th Dec 2018 @ 10:57am
Thank you so much to all the parents and staff who donated presents for Radio City’s Mission Christmas appeal. We would also like to thank our wonderful PTA who donated lots of toys to the appeal.
Our year 6 mini police took the gifts to Birkenhead this morning for collection and were thrilled to meet Leanne and Dave from the radio station.
They were also able to spend time with the police including meeting two fabulous police horses and had the chance to sit on a police motorcycle.
Year 1 Nativity, by Miss Gough-Hughes
Date: 13th Dec 2018 @ 8:06am
Year 1 Nativity
This year, our year 1 nativity took place at Claremount church. Children performed the play - The Inn-spectors Christmas and did a fantastic job. Each class had their own role at being characters from the play with 1A being travellers, 1B being soldiers, 1C being sheep/shepherds and 1D being stars. All children were excited to get up on stage and sing their classes song. Some children had a specific role and had to say some lines in the play. We had inn-spectors, narrators, inn-keepers, shepherds, wise men, angels, a star, a donkey, Mary, Joseph and soldiers. All children did a brilliant job performing in front of lots of adults and we cannot say well done enough to each and every single child that took part in the nativity. They looked fantastic in their costumes. Thank you to all parents for their support in obtaining costumes. Have a fantastic Christmas!
The Year 1 team.
6a Christmas dinner, by Mrs Taylor
Date: 12th Dec 2018 @ 1:25pm
Thank you to all of the dinner staff for our delicious Christmas dinner today. We enjoyed pulling crackers, telling jokes and singing along to the Christmas tunes.
6A’s Green Belt Debate, by Mrs Taylor
Date: 4th Dec 2018 @ 2:59pm
6A debated the use of Wirral’s Green Belt today. The proposition team proposed the motion for building new houses on the Green Belt. The opposition team gave reasons against this. After both teams had made their case, the class voted against the motion. Well done to all of the class for getting involved.
Year 1 & 2 Hobgoblin, by Miss Gough-Hughes
Date: 4th Dec 2018 @ 11:10am
Year 1 and 2 thoroughly enjoyed their pantomime visit this year. The Hobgoblin came into school today to perform our very own pantomime - The Snow Queen. The children found the performance very funny and particularly enjoyed the references to Wallasey and St George’s. Also, they enjoyed shouting BARRY when they saw him appear on stage. The children shouted so loudly that all of the teachers had to cover their ears. The children enjoyed joining in when they could, making animal noises and learning a little song/chant about what they love. Children will all be doing a follow up of this visit in literacy this week. We hope that all children enjoyed this visit and hope it makes them feel ready for Christmas time.
Christingle at St Hilary's Church, by Mrs Price
Date: 2nd Dec 2018 @ 6:08pm
The children from 2C sang beautifully at the Christingle this evening. We learnt about what the Christingle means and how it helps us remember the message of Christmas. We lit our candles and one of the children was able to light the first church advent candle.
Thank you for coming to sing and for the parental support.
2B’s trip to Messy Church, by Miss Mulheirn
Date: 29th Nov 2018 @ 8:47am
We had a fantastic time at Messy Church. We made paper baubles, cards, crowns and much more! At the end of the day we had delicious refreshments. We did get a little soggy on the way home when the rain came down but it all added to the excitement. What a wonderful day it was!
2D at Wallasey URC Messy Church, by Mrs Cameron-Ivanov
Date: 28th Nov 2018 @ 12:56pm
2D had a wonderful time this morning learning all about the Christmas story. We took part in fabulous craft activities such as making our own angels, stained-glass window decorating, Christmas cards and jewel-embellished crowns.
A big thankyou to Jeff Hughes and all of the helpers at Wallasey Village United Reformed Church for making our trip so memorable and, as always, for our parent helpers.
Here are a few highlights of our trip.
Design and Technology day in Year 4!, by lewis
Date: 28th Nov 2018 @ 2:43pm
Today has been another exciting Design and Technology day in Year 4! After making biscuits yesterday, 4C took part in a lego activity today. This involved children designing, coding and creating! Have a look on our Year 4 page for pictures from the past two days...
2C Christmas Messy Church Trip, by Mrs Molloy
Date: 27th Nov 2018 @ 3:44pm
2C had a wonderful time this morning learning all about the Christmas story. We took part in fabulous craft activities such as making our own angels, stained-glass window decorating, Christmas cards and jewel-embellished crowns. We really were Kings and Queens for the day!
We are so grateful to Jeff Hughes and all of the helpers at Wallasey Village United Reformed Church for making our trip so memorable and, as always, for our parent helpers.
Here are a few highlights of our trip.
Road Safety Week , by Miss Gough-Hughes
Date: 25th Nov 2018 @ 10:56am
Road Safety Week
Throughout the week, children at St George’s have been recognising and celebrating road safety week. The focus of road safety week this year was bike safety and how children can stay safe on the roads, especially when riding their bikes. Each class has done some work around bike safety, understanding what is essential when riding bikes: wearing helmets, wearing sensible shoes, having a reflector on the bike, ensuring the bike is the right size etc. Children in foundation stage designed and coloured their own bike to celebrate road safety week. Children in years 1 and 2 investigated what materials would be best to make a bike helmet, discussing how a helmet is strong and sturdy to protect us on the road. Children in years 3 and 4 designed their own reflector which would be suitable to use when riding a bike. They also discussed the importance of reflectors when riding a bike. Children in years 5 and 6 designed and made their own moving vehicle, looking at how bikes move safely. To finish all of the fantastic work the children completed around road safety, we celebrated with a road safety breakfast. Children enjoyed a pastry and drink of juice before school. Well done to all children for participating and working so hard throughout the week. The children are all experts at road safety! Here are some pictures of our road safety breakfast:
2B’s Dazzle Cars, by Miss Mulheirn
Date: 23rd Nov 2018 @ 3:52pm
We have had a wonderful DT day designing, making and enjoying our Dazzle Cars. We wrapped them in our handmade Dazzle patterns that we created in art last week. We used a saw to make an axle and glued the wheels carefully. How exciting,
2C and 2D Liverpool Trip Photos, by Mrs Cameron-Ivanov
Date: 23rd Nov 2018 @ 3:46pm
We had a great day learning all about the history of transport at Liverpool Museum and going on the train, ferry and bus. Here are some highlights of our day.
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!