Our St George's News items

Science Fair, by Mrs Walters

Date: 14th Mar 2018 @ 4:07pm

Year 5 and 6 parents, careers and grandparents were treated to a Science Fair at upper site today. The parents were invited in to see the wide variety of experiments the pupils have been involved with this term.

These ranged from finding out why jelly won't set with pineapple in to experiments with teabags and toothpaste and bridge building.

Thank you to all the parents and carers who came along.

Mini police parking operation, by Mrs Walters

Date: 14th Mar 2018 @ 3:44pm

The mini police had a great afternoon today with local police officers carrying out a parking operation outside upper site.

Some of the children were able to use the police speed gun to check up on passing drivers while others were part of a mini police court speaking to drivers who may have been driving or parking dangerously, including one driver who was speeding at over 40 miles an hour.

All the children were able to sit in the police van and spent time asking the officers different questions.

Several parents commented that it was good to see a police presence and hoped the children would make a difference. They will be holding another parking operation next week at lower site.

Science Week , by Miss Gough-Hughes

Date: 12th Mar 2018 @ 3:59pm

Science Week 

Today, we spent the afternoon completing a Science experiment in order to celebrate and recognise Science Week in school. 1C and 1D had a challenge to create a mixture that would be suitable to make bubbles and they had to create their own bubble wands using straws and pipe cleaners. Our aim of the bubble experiment was for us to create the BEST bubble. As a class, we discussed what we meant by the word best and came to a decision that the best bubble for us, would mean creating a bubble which lasted the longest and didn't pop straight away. We timed this to ensure it was fair. One bubble lasted 41 seconds! We even tried to make the biggest bubble and realised that the bigger our hole on the bubble wand was, the bigger the bubble was likely to be. 

We created our mixture using 6 cups of water, half a cup of cornflour, half a cup of washing up liquid and a tablespoon of baking powder. We predicted whether we thought the bubble mixture would work and then discussed what we found afterwards. We completed a write up of our experiment in our Science books. 

Children thoroughly enjoyed this experiment and will more than likely enjoy explaining this experiment at home. Happy Science Week! 

 

British Science Week 1A and 1B, by Miss Barlow

Date: 12th Mar 2018 @ 2:29pm

British science week in 1A and 1B!

Our investigation was to help escape the figurine from the ice and our big question was - 'what is the quickest way to melt ice?'

We started our afternoon by using a hook, looking at a picture of ice. We discussed that ice is formed by freezing the liquid water. We also discussed that freezing point has to be 0 degrees. We predicted that the quickest way to melt ice could be using heat like sunlight or a fire. We realised we didn't have that equipment in our classrooms so instead melted our ice in groups by providing it with heat from our hands and insulation. We discovered that ice does need heat to help it melt. We freed our figurines and had a really fun afternoon!! 

Well done to 1A and 1B for working so hard! 

Wet play doesn't stop our fun, by Mr Smith

Date: 12th Mar 2018 @ 1:21pm

Polite reminder for year 4 parents, by Mrs Walters

Date: 9th Mar 2018 @ 3:44pm

On Fridays when year 4 are at top site can parents please make sure they pick their chidren up promptly. The children finish at 3.15 to allow parents to collect at upper site and then go to lower site for any younger siblings.

Snow Again @ St George's, by Mr Smith

Date: 8th Mar 2018 @ 3:17pm

International Women's Day, by Miss Jones

Date: 21st Mar 2018 @ 2:18pm

St George's Primary celebrated International Women's Day on Thursday 8th March 2018, which is a vital part in championing women's achievements across the globe. Click on the link below to find out more about International Women's Day...

International Women's Day

In Year 3, children learned all about British paleontologist Mary Anning, who was the first person to discover the remains of an ichthyosaurus!  Click on the links below to find out all about Mary Anning and her astonishing discoveries. 

Mary Anning Facts

Mary Anning Video

Gymnastics Easter Egg Hunt, by Mrs Walters

Date: 8th Mar 2018 @ 1:11pm

New Brighton Gymnastics Club will be holding an easter Egg Hunt and Fun Day to fundraise for the Junior World Championships in America.

Several St George's pupils have made it to the championships and the club would love to see as many pupils at the fun day as possible.

See the attached flyer for more information

Nursery application deadline, by Mrs Walters

Date: 7th Mar 2018 @ 11:01am

The deadline for applications to our nursery is fast approaching. All forms need to be in before school closes for the Easter holiays on Thursday 29th March. If you would like to apply for a place please email schooloffice@stgeorges.wirral.sch.uk or call in to reception to collect a form.

3E Maths , by Miss Bennett

Date: 6th Mar 2018 @ 1:47pm

3E have had lots of fun in Mathematics using a range of equipment to aid their learning. This week they have used lots of practical equipment, the ipads and even gone outside (thankfully the snow has gone) to practise their Maths.

Here are some pictures of what they have been up to.

 

 

Coffee Morning, by Mrs Walters

Date: 12th Feb 2018 @ 1:28pm

We will be holding a coffee morning at school for any parents who would like to come and chat with our school linked CAMHS (Child and Adolescence Mental Health Service) workers. 

The coffee morning will be held on Tuesday 6th March from 9am to 10am in our Foundation Building. 

High Impact in 1C , by Miss Gough-Hughes

Date: 5th Mar 2018 @ 4:13pm

Learning to code 

Today, 1C had an afternoon of computing with High Impact. Children were using IPADS, bee bots, moveable robots and board games in order to learn what coding is and how to begin coding technology. We had fun trying out all of the different coding apps on the IPADS and being able to control a robot and bee bot, using technology. 1C particularly enjoyed being able to show their friends the codes they had completed, using Airplay. We will be continuing this learning throughout the year and learning more about IPADS and coding. 

Thank you to High Impact for this fantastic afternoon session! 

Hi-impact , by Miss Barlow

Date: 5th Mar 2018 @ 11:18am

Hi Impact session in 1A!

This morning in 1A we had a very exciting morning with Mr Griffiths. We had a go at using robots and lots of different apps using our school iPads. We had a fantastic morning programming, computing and coding and learnt lots of new ways to control games and bots. We got to use bluebots and ozobots! The programming was brilliant as we had to problem solve which helps us with our mathematical thinking and thinking logically. I was blown away with the children's outstanding reasoning and problem solving. Mr Griffiths even gave us some challenges to make it harder for us each time which we enjoyed because we applied our ICT skills. We had such a fun morning we didn't even want to go outside to play!!

Thank you very much Mr Griffiths!!! 

Wall Of Fame , by Miss Gough-Hughes

Date: 2nd Mar 2018 @ 4:02pm

In Year 1, we have placed importance on celebrating children's work. In doing so we have created a display in the hall so the children can be proud of the work and achievements they have acquired. We have opted to focus on the core subjects - English, Maths and Science. We will be regularly updating the Wall Of Fame so each child at some point has their work recognised. 

Attached is a picture of this weeks. 

Thank you for your continued support,

The Year 1 Team 

World Book Day, by Miss Gough-Hughes

Date: 1st Mar 2018 @ 4:15pm

Today, Year 1 celebrated World Book Day, dressing up as a character from one of their favourite books. Well done to all of the children and parents who did such a great job with their costumes. Children discussed who they were dressed up as and shared their book with children in their classes. Year 1 also had the chance to pair up with a child from Year 3, sharing their books with eachother and reading them aloud. Children really enjoyed their day and got to share lots of different books with their friends and adults. We then finished our day by drawing a picture of us in our costume and writing about our costume/ book and why we chose it. 

Happy World Book Day! 

The Year 1 team.

 

World Book Day at Top Site, by Mrs Taylor

Date: 1st Mar 2018 @ 3:00pm

A huge well done to all children for dressing up for World Book Day 2018. We have seen everybody from Harry Potter to a Dalek. The pictures show just how much fun we have had today.

SNOW, by Miss Knight

Date: 1st Mar 2018 @ 8:14am

SCHOOL IS OPEN AS USUAL TODAY. 01.03.18

MANY THANKS

World Book Day in Year 3!, by Miss Jones

Date: 2nd Mar 2018 @ 12:49pm

What an excellent World Book Day Year 3 have had! A huge well done to all of the children who participated by dressing up as a character from a book or bringing their favourite story in.

This year's theme was Share A Story. Our Year 3 children did a marvellous job of sharing a story with children from Year 1, by reading aloud and discussing their costumes with one another.

Our children also learned about lots of different authors and illustrators, and the inspiration behind the books they have written/illustrated. These include Cressida Cowell; Andy Stanton; Kiran Milwood; and Chris Riddell. Click on the link below if you want to find out more information!

World Book Day

Thank you to the parents for their continued enthusiastic support with our whole school events! Here are some pictures from the day...

 

Jon Mayhew Visit, by Mrs Taylor

Date: 28th Feb 2018 @ 9:36am

Year 5 and 6 enjoyed an assembly this morning with Jon Mayhew. We loved hearing about Jon's journey into writing and look forward to purchasing his books after school today. If your child has forgotten their money today but would like to purchase one of Jon's books, they can place an order at the office.

Year 4 residential meeting tonight, by Mrs Walters

Date: 27th Feb 2018 @ 10:59am

Tonight's meeting regarding the year 4 residential will still go ahead at 5.30pm in the lower site school hall.

Year 5/6 Police Band Visit, by Mrs Taylor

Date: 27th Feb 2018 @ 2:07pm

Year 5 and 6 had a wonderful time listening to the Police Band this afternoon. They played a huge range of songs from Disney, Smurfs and The Lord of the Dance. Thank you to everyone involved.

Taking bookings for Easter Break, by Mr Smith

Date: 26th Feb 2018 @ 4:01pm

We are now taking bookings for the Easter Holiday. The theme is around SUPERHEROS.

We'll be running another sports camp with Mr Noble and we will also be planning a trip during the holidays.

Sports Camp Awards. February Half Term, by Mr Smith

Date: 5th Mar 2018 @ 4:26pm

Here are the photos of our children who attended our sports camp with Mr Noble over the half term. Every child who took part received a certificate.

Half Term Space & Sports Camp, by Mr Smith

Date: 21st Feb 2018 @ 1:22pm

We are in full swing at holiday club and over the past three days the children have been creating some fabulous things. Check out Dragon Clubs gallery for pictures and enjoy these videos of our activities below.

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