Our St George's News items
Andy Goldsworthy Inspired Art, by Mr Keaney
Date: 10th Oct 2017 @ 8:17pm
This afternoon we have explored the grounds of the Conway Centre to find materials for our art, which has been inspired by Andy Goldsworthy.
Zip Wire and High Ropes, by Mr Keaney
Date: 10th Oct 2017 @ 8:04pm
We have had a great day on the high ropes and zip wire!
A Leap of Faith!, by Mr Keaney
Date: 10th Oct 2017 @ 7:35pm
We had a great time at the Zipwire and high ropes.
Zip line and high ropes, by Miss Harris
Date: 10th Oct 2017 @ 6:54pm
Field Studies Tuesday Afternoon, by Mr Keaney
Date: 10th Oct 2017 @ 6:48pm
We have had a great afternoon undertaking field studies...
Year 6 Menai trip - we have arrived!, by Miss Harris
Date: 10th Oct 2017 @ 12:51pm
We have all arrived safely and are now enjoying our lunch before our first activity. Keep checking for updates!
Bushcraft, by Mrs Palmi
Date: 11th Oct 2017 @ 8:53am
Netball Tournament Success, by Mrs Walters
Date: 6th Oct 2017 @ 3:19pm
Congratulations to our amazing netball teams who both came third in a schools tournament today. The children from years 3, 4, 5 and 6 competed against six other schools at Liscard Primary School. They represented St George's brilliantly and had a great day.
MacMillan Coffee Morning Success!, by Mrs Walters
Date: 6th Oct 2017 @ 8:52am
On Friday 28th September 2017, St. George's Primary School hosted a Macmillan Coffee Morning and raised £1,008! . A huge thank you to Miss Cameron, who organised the whole thing! Thank you to the staff, members of the PTA, and our Caretaker, Mike Kinsella, for baking, transporting, setting up and collecting donations! We had hundreds of marvellous mouth-watering creations baked by children, parents and staff that filled our tables. The event was a huge success,. Take a look at photos of our wonderful morning on the event section of the website under Important Information!
October Half Term, by Mr Smith
Date: 5th Oct 2017 @ 8:19am
We are taking bookings for October Half term which will be located on our Upper Site (Claremount Road)
Closing date for last booking is 12pm on Wednesday 18th October.
Please can accounts be paid before a booking is made.
Year 2 Parent's Meeting, by Mrs Walters
Date: 3rd Oct 2017 @ 3:40pm
Year 2 Parents' Presentation, by Mrs Walters
Date: 4th Oct 2017 @ 2:26pm
Thank you to everyone who attended the Year 2 Parents' meetings today. If you were unable to attend or you would like to see the presntation again please visit the year 2 page.
Building dens, making fires and toasting marshmallows. , by Miss Harris
Date: 11th Oct 2017 @ 12:47pm
Year 1 Train Ride, by Mrs Senior
Date: 13th Oct 2017 @ 2:15pm
Linking to our current literacy text 'The Train Ride,' last week Year 1 had a fabulous morning out when we went to New Brighton via our local train. We explored our current science topic of learning all about our five senses throughout the journey and created a map of our adventure upon return to school. A special thank you to our parent helpers and take a look at some of our photos from our trip!
Mini Police TV appearance, by Mrs Walters
Date: 3rd Oct 2017 @ 10:53am
Our Mini police team appeared on TV last night as part of a Granda Reports piece about the launch. Click on the link below to watch the report.
Year 1 and 2 football tournament success!, by Mrs Walters
Date: 29th Sep 2017 @ 2:58pm
Congratulations to our football stars from years 1 and 2 who took part in a school football tournament today and came first!
The children competed against five other local schools and their behaviour and team spirit was brilliant.
Macmillan Coffee Morning! , by Mrs Gibson
Date: 22nd Sep 2017 @ 10:43am
St. George's Macmillan Coffee morning will take place at Lower Site on Friday 29th September 2017 at 9am!
If you wish to donate cakes or other baked goods, please bring them to Lower Site on Wednesday 27th September or Thursday 28th September.
If you cannot attend, but still wish to donate, text BUN HQG2 to 70550 to donate £5!
We hope to see as many of you there as possible!
Slow Down for Bobby , by Miss Gough-Hughes
Date: 27th Sep 2017 @ 2:13pm
Slow Down for Bobby!
Today St George's Primary School have been fortunate enough to get a visit from the Liverpool based writer and storyteller, Jude Lennon. Jude Lennon informed children of the importance of road safety and told the sad yet inspiring story of a young boy named Bobby. Jude read the children a story called SuperBob which the children loved taking part in, doing actions to represent the importance of slowing down and sticking to the 20MPH speed limit near schools. The children have been set a special job, telling all of their friends and family about always slowing down for the 20MPH speed limit and how children can keep themselves safe when walking near the road. Jude taught the children the following sayings: 'I'm thinking about how to be safe on the roads' and 'slow down, everyone'. The children thouroughly enjoyed Jude's visit and have learnt some valuable lessons regarding road safety. A huge thank you to Jude Lennon and The Bobby Colleran Trust for teaching such a valuable lesson.
Mini Police launch, by Mrs Walters
Date: 27th Sep 2017 @ 4:02pm
Our newly elected Mini Police from years 5 and 6 had the pleasure of attending the launch event at the Emergency Services Training Centre in Birkenhead along with five other schools.
The children met the High Sheriff and the Assistant Chief Constable Julie Cooke along with other senior members of the police.
The children were lucky to see the National Police Air Service arrive in a helicopter and were able to see the police dog section and mounted police with their horses Boris and Harriet.
They also had a talk from the armed response team and were able to sit in their vehicles and all the children sat on a police motorbike.
This is the start of their journey as Mini Police and they will be attending more events in the future.
Click on the link below to see the Merseyside Police video of the launch.
Parking outside school, by Mrs Walters
Date: 26th Sep 2017 @ 11:47am
Please be aware that parking on the zig zag lines is not permitted during drop off and pick up times.
Royal visit, by Mrs Walters
Date: 25th Sep 2017 @ 11:51am
Congratulations to three of our children who were able to meet Prince William last week! The prince was visiting Wallasey as part of a trip to Merseyside and stopped at Guinea Gap Leisure Centre to see an event hosted by British Sub-Aqua Club, English Schools' Swimming Association and Swim England - three of the Duke's patronages. The children are members of wallasey Swimming Club and were chosen because of their great behavuour and conduct at the club.
Year 6 residential meeting, by Mrs Walters
Date: 20th Sep 2017 @ 3:20pm
Just a reminder there will be a residential meeting for parents and children in year 6 tomorrow after school at upper site. The meeting will begin at approximately 3.40pm.
Key Texts this half term, by Mrs Pierce
Date: 15th Sep 2017 @ 3:39pm
Much of our Learning in Foundation 2 this year will be based on key texts. Sharing a story is such a lovely way to get the imagination flowing and can lead to some amazing adventures! We will be using story, poetry and non-fiction texts to deliver exciting carpet sessions and to enhance the childrens play in all areas of the provision.
The key texts that we have selected for the Autumn Term are linked to our overarching theme: It's All About ME, ME, ME!! They are:
Zog by Julia Donaldson
You Be You by Linda Kranz
Living with Mum and Living with Dad by Melanie Walsh
Look Inside Your Body by Usborne.
Our first week in school, by Mrs Pierce
Date: 15th Sep 2017 @ 1:31pm
All the children have enjoyed meeting their new teachers and the new friends in their classes. We have also met Georgie Bear and are starting to learn his rules, they are ...
Always try our best to ...
- use your listening ears
- take turns and share
- have helping hands
- have kind hands and feet
- use your talking voice
- walk in school.
Mini Police @ St George's, by Cassidy
Date: 12th Sep 2017 @ 12:41pm
We were delightd to start our Mini Police initiative at St George's today. Sergeant Burke and his colleague Jill from Merseyside Police held a special assembly to launch our campaign.
20 children in years 5 and 6 have been invited to apply for a place in our mini police squad who will work with Merseyside police to promote excellent behaviour and an understanding of how the police make our community safe. The mini police squad will lead assemblies, help with community projects and even take part in school trips to experience how the police work.
Mrs Skarratts-Jackson has asked the children interested in joining the mini police to complete an application form.
We look forward to revealing our first cadets in October.