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Autumn Term 2014

Year 6 sing at Holmfield

The children in the Year 6 class brought Christmas to Holmfield Sheltered Accommodation in Alderley Edge by singing a medley of Christmas Carols and Songs.  Their performance brought great cheer to the residents who thoroughly enjoyed the children's singing.

Christmas Dinner

As you can see from the photos the children had a great Christmas dinner in school this year.  Every child was provided with a Cracker - the jokes were awful but the plastic moustaches were a great success!!

Key Stage 2 Nativity took place in St Philip and St James Church

The children in KS2 retold the Christmas Nativity Story with a combination of traditional and modern hymns and songs.  St Philip and St James Church was full to over flowing with only standing room available.  A collection was taken at the end of the service in aid of Francis House Children's Hospice. The children's own chosen charity at Christmas time when all fundraising goes to this one charity.

Reception and Key Stage 1 Nativity

The children from Foundation Stage, Year 1 and Year 2 performed brilliantly in front of packed hall of parents, grandparents and friends of the children. The children were outstanding and their singing was beautiful and absolutely pitch perfect. Amazing when you think some of these children are only 4 years old.

Girls' Football Team have double success

Recently the girls' football team played and won all their matches in the Wilmslow Schools Football Tournament. As a result of such great success they won the tournament.  The girls then went on to play in the Area Final which was played on a 4G pitch in Knutsford. They came up against some tough opposition winning, drawing and despite their best effort losing some games. However, they did win the Plate Competition in the end - well done to them all!!

Oliver Dunn makes (and eats - well the Y6 did!!) chocolate with the Year 6 children

Year 6 started their new topic of 'Where Does Chocolate Come From?' with a visit from local chocolatier Oliver Dunn.  At the start of a new topic - the Y6 children made their own chocolates.  Oliver taught them all about how chocolate is made, where it comes from and how chocolatiers work with the chocolate to create all sorts of different shapes and treats.  All the children were able to decorate their own chocolate and sampled the end products. Well... it would have been rude not to!

Year 2 play in a local tournament

The Year 2 footballers played in a mini tournament recently against three other local schools.  They played brilliantly and won 2 of their 3 games.  They also looked great in their new kit which is sponsored by PFC.  The Key Stage 2 football team will be sponsored by Cheshire House Builders - more information to follow in the new year

Year 6 took part in a WW1 project with Wilmslow High School

As part of the 100th Anniversary commemorations of the start of WW1 the Year 6 children have linked up with WHS. The children have been researching and completing work in class which is now on display at the High School.  The Year 6 thoroughly enjoyed learning about this important period of history.

Year 6 are Evacuated

The children experienced the life of a World War 2 evacuee for a day.  This really brought home to the children what life must have been like in those early days when children were evacuated to safer places outside the cities and towns where children were at risk.

Harvest Service

The whole school took part in the Harvest Service with every class either singing a Harvest song or reciting a Harvest poem.  St Philip's Church was full to capacity for this event.  Parents and friends of the school donated items of food to Hamper of Hope who support local families who are in need.

Netball Team

The season had already got off to a great start but winning the Beech Hall Netball Tournament was especially pleasing as the netball team played some strong teams.  The season ahead looks very promising.