Our St George's News items

6a art morning, by Mrs Taylor

Date: 3rd Jul 2019 @ 10:19am

6a were visited by Madeleine Pires this morning. She taught the children all about Chinese traditions and art and then the children had a go at some themselves. They used traditional Chinese brushes, ink, rice paper and watercolour paper to create paintings of orchids and bamboo. We think they look great!

Year 6 Girls Football Success!, by Mr Knowles

Date: 3rd Jul 2019 @ 10:53am

Well Done to our Year 6 Girls Football team who came 2nd in a tournament against 5 other teams at Liscard Primary.  The girls played brilliantly in all of their games and only narrowly lost out in the final. They showed great attitude and effort throughout and represented St George’s impeccably! Well Done!

2B Liverpool Art Inspired by Ian Fennelly, by Miss Mulheirn

Date: 2nd Jul 2019 @ 3:09pm

2B have had an excellent day creating paintings of Liverpool landmarks inspired by local artist Ian Fennelly.

We studied photographs of The Three Graces extremely carefully before choosing our favourite landmark. We started by tracing the shape of the building with out fingers before drawing the shape onto our paper. Then we used black pens and watercolour paints to decorate our buildings. We tried very hard to blend the paints with the right amount of water and to stay in the lines. After lunch, we added detail and windows to our drawings, trying to keep them as realistic as possible. Here are some photos of us creating our work and our finished products!

Well done 2B!

Year 6 Sports Day, by Mrs Taylor

Date: 2nd Jul 2019 @ 1:38pm

What fantastic morning we had in Year 6! All children participated brilliantly, supported each other and demonstrated excellent sportsmanship. Everyone involved should be extremely proud of themselves.

A special congratulations goes to 6a, who were the winning class. Well done!

Tae kwon-do black belt, by Cassidy

Date: 13th Jul 2019 @ 7:08pm

We are delighted to report on the achievement of Beatrice Bartram in year 5.  

Bea has been training since May 2015 and on 12 April 2019 she took her grading for her 1st Dan Black Belt.   bea is a member of  Wirral & Chester Tae Kwon-Do which is a member of the Tae Kwon-Do Association of Great Britain (TAGB) recognised in the UK through UK Sport & Sport England and World-Wide though Tae Kwon-Do International.  For her training she follows the same syllabus as adult students, and the absolute minimum time it takes from White Belt (Beginners) to 1st Dan Black Belt is 3.5 years. Many students during their training will compete locally, Nationally or Internationally, and will help out in class supporting other students. 

Tae Kwon-Do is a traditional Martial Art from Korea and includes Patterns (a set of sequenced moves), Theory, Sparring and focuses on Self Defence. 

In preparation for their grading, students will train at least twice a week, often 3-4 times per week, and attend 3 “Pre-Grading Sessions” with one of the Senior Members of the TAGB (All either 8th Dan World Masters or 9th Dan Grand Masters).  The grading itself is held in the TAGB Headquarters in Bristol in front of 5,  9th Dan Grand Masters.

On this occasion over 500 students took the Grading for their 1st Dan or higher Black Belts around 400 of those were grading for their 1st Dan (the same as Beatrice) and we are amazingly proud, that the Grand Masters of the TAGB considered Beatrice to be “The Bestin Grading” Student out of all of those grading for 1st Dan, an amazing testament to the High Level to which Beatrice Trains. We have attached Photographs of Beatrice Receiving her award at the recent Welsh National Championship in Cardiff, from Grand Master Oliver.

Year 2 Sports Day, by Mrs Cameron-Ivanov

Date: 1st Jul 2019 @ 3:54pm

What an exciting day we have had! 

All of the year 2 children made us so proud as they raced against eachother and supported eachother throughout the afternoon, showing great sportsmanship. Well done everybody!

 

 

Year 3 Sports Day, by Miss Bennett

Date: 2nd Jul 2019 @ 8:38am

Well done to all of year 3 who took part in a very successful sports day. All children shown great resilience, teamwork and sportsmanship. A huge congratulations to 3A who came 1st overall! Also, all the staff and children would like to say massive thank you to all of the supporters who came to watch and those who shown great sportsmanship joining in the adult races. Well done everyone!

Careers Day, by Mrs Bowden-Pickstock

Date: 27th Jun 2019 @ 3:39pm

Today we we visited by people from many careers. In the morning, we enjoyed assemblies and mini talks to discover what certain careers actual were, how you could get in to them and what they are really like. This afternoon, we had a careers fair, where we travelled around different stalls to explore other careers. We really enjoyed: freebies, making products, eating products and using the handcuffs! 

 

 

 

Careers Day 2019, by Miss Newton

Date: 27th Jun 2019 @ 3:30pm

Year Six have had a great day today. We started the morning with a series of workshops from midwives, fire crew, performing artists, engineers, lawyers, bankers, engineers, a pilots and recruiters to names just a few. We then listened to a really interesting talk about solar panels - the children asked some really interesting questions! Then, this afternoon , we all took part in a fascinating careers fair. There were 15 different stalls for children to visit and we even had a performance from the poilice dogs! We would like to thank all of our wonderful visitors for their time today!

Year 2 art day, by Mrs Price

Date: 27th Jun 2019 @ 12:55pm

 Year 2 are having a fantastic art day. 

Artist Ticky Lowe is working with classes on creating felt sea creatures, weaving, collage sea creatures, tie dying and painting clay fish. We are learning so many new skills.

 

              

Tennis superstars serve up success, by Mrs Walters

Date: 26th Jun 2019 @ 4:22pm

Congratulations to our year 2 and 3 tennis stars who took part in a Wallasey school’s tournament today and won!

Two teams of children competed against other schools from the local area with one of the teams finishing top of the leaderboard.

Well done to them all!

Family Forest School fun in years 5 and 6, by Mrs Walters

Date: 25th Jun 2019 @ 3:58pm

Families from years 5 and 6 had a great time this week taking part in Forest School.

They took part in lots of different activities aimed at encouraging families to spend time outside finishing off with toasting marshmallows over a fire.

The events were organised and run by Wirral Life Long Learning with GROW Well-Being along with our learning mento Mrs Broad.

A big thank you to everyone who took part.

6C and 6D’s Chinese Visitors, by Miss Newton

Date: 25th Jun 2019 @ 3:00pm

Year 6 have had a great day today with our visiting teachers from Calday. We have learnt about the Emperor’s son, wrote our names and dragon dancing. 

RNLI visit to Year 2, by Mrs Malloy

Date: 24th Jun 2019 @ 3:52pm

Today, Year 2 were lucky to have a visit from RNLI life guards Ben and Bex.  We learnt so much about being safe on and around the beach, what all of the flags mean, how to call for help if you are in danger in the water and how to be safely rescued.  A lot of children were shocked to find out that the Coast Guard is the 4th emergency service you can call out when dialling 999!

Hive Assembly, by Mrs Taylor

Date: 24th Jun 2019 @ 2:55pm

Years 5 and 6 were visited by a Hive representative today during assembly. They were told about the fantastic Hive sessions that run on Wednesdays and at weekends. Sessions include opportunities for art, dance, glow in the dark sports, skateboarding, media studies and climbing. Please see the photographs for more information or visit the website www.thehiveyouthzone.org. Children also have a leaflet with information on.

Wirral Primary Schools Swimming Championships Final , by Mrs Horton

Date: 22nd Jun 2019 @ 5:14pm

9 of our swimmers took part in the year 5/6 Wirral Schools Swimming final on Friday 21st June at Europa Pools. Many medals were gained in individual races and relays. We are very proud to announce that St George’s were the overall winners. This is quite an achievement as St George’s have not won the cup since 2000. 

It was a great team effort from Reagan, Jake, Petra, Minnie, Lily, Luke, Jai, Henrietta and Beatrice. All swimmers were excellent; not only in the pool but in their positive poolside attitudes. 

A huge well done to all of the team. We couldn’t be prouder! 

Fiver Challenge, by Miss Newton

Date: 21st Jun 2019 @ 4:50pm

This afternoon children from Y6 opened up their stalls to sell products or set up games as part of their work with the Fiver Challenge. They have spent the last few weeks using their budget of £5 to buy and make items to sell. It has been a very successful afternoon. We had games, bracelets, phone charms, lip and body scrubs, soaps and even a live band! We would like to thank parents for their support this afternoon as well as children from years 4 and 5. 

King Arthur Production, by Miss Bennett

Date: 21st Jun 2019 @ 2:39pm

This morning, year 3 were fortunate enough to watch a wonderful production of King Arthur. It was great to see all of their enthusiam, with some children (and Mr Thomas) joining in and dressing up.

Year 6 stalls Friday afternoon, by Miss Reil

Date: 21st Jun 2019 @ 6:20am

In aid of different charities, Year 6 are holding stalls as part of their Fiver Challenge this afternoon at 2:45. They will be selling a range of different things for the children in year 4 to purchase and activities to take part in. They are asking if the children in year 4 could bring some change in with them today if they would like to be involved.

 

 

2B Art Day with Ticky Lowe, by Miss Mulheirn

Date: 20th Jun 2019 @ 1:10pm

On Monday, we made all sorts of wonderful seaside creations with the local artist Ticky Lowe. We made our own felt by rolling small strands of wool together with soapy water and we then practised our plaiting skills. We used our imagination to make unique sea creatures using a range of materials and applied the stitching skills we had practised the previous week. Our messiest table was the tie-dying table... we had so much fun experimenting with different colours and techniques. For our school displays, we wove strips of fabric to make a splashy sea, and attached our lovely sealife to make the sea complete. We hope you enjoy our fantastic artwork!

2B Trip to New Brighton , by Miss Mulheirn

Date: 20th Jun 2019 @ 12:56pm

2B had a marvellous time in New Brighton on Wednesday. We identified human and physical features of the area and helped to clean the beach of litter. We really enjoyed taking care of our local environment, inspired by our learning hero ‘The Little Picker’. Towards the end of the morning we drew the landmarks we could see when facing north, east, south and west. We even had time for a refreshing ice lolly! What a great day we had!

Momentous Boys Trip, by Mrs Taylor

Date: 19th Jun 2019 @ 3:19pm

The Momentous Boys Club leaders treated the members to a trip to Awesome Walls today. The children demonstrated great resilience, confidence, teamwork and strength as they scaled the walls.

6D’s day in New Brighton, by Miss Newton

Date: 18th Jun 2019 @ 4:43pm

we had a lovely day today in New Brighton. As part of our geography topic we made comparisons between the River Mersey and the Yangtze River in China. We learnt that the River Mersey is just 70 miles long whereas the Yangtze is over 3000! The children carried out some observational sketches and took photographs which we are going to use to make further comparisons.

2C New Brighton Beach Trip, by Mrs Malloy

Date: 18th Jun 2019 @ 3:17pm

On Monday morning 2C braved the elements to visit New Brighton beach.  Here, with the help of Dave the Coastal Ranger, we collected litter with pickers.  We were fascinated to learn that it takes 1000 years to break down a plastic bag!  Next, we went on a physical and human features walk around the environment, stopping to sketch the Liverpool skyline.  Finally, because we were by the seaside, we all enjoyed a delicious ice lolly.  What a fun morning we had!

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