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Wisdom club:

On Monday 5th February2018, the School Council and the choir went to the Wisdom Club, which is a local community club run by the Sisters of the community. To start the morning the choir sang, ‘The Rhythm of Life’ and an ‘African song’. Then we sat down and spoke to the members for an hour, it was so exciting to meet senior adults from our community and to hear so many interesting stories and facts about their lives. We were served drinks and cakes which was extra special!!

 

Anglian water

On Thursday 8th February, Anglian Water came to talk to each class about how to use water environmentally. Which included how we use and flush our toilets. We made sewage soup out of: cold water, vegetable oil, washing up powder, dirty water, cotton buds, toilet roll, baby-wipes and toilet-wipes.

 

That’s all for now, thank you for reading our blog, we hope everyone enjoyed their half term holiday.

St Pius news reporters- Erden McGettigan and Ellie Troy-Pryde.

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Hello everyone, welcome to the first pupil's news blog.   We will be uploading the latest news and events in our school on a regular basis.

 

It has been one of the best Decembers ever!  On the 1st December the whole school went to the Civic Theatre to watch Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.  The classes walk in pairs to The Civic Theatre, we are Year 6 pupils which meant we walked with Foundation class, this is such fun as we get to spend time with the younger pupils.

 

We are a Catholic School and Christmas to us is remembering and celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ on the 25th December.  Every year Key Stage 1 re-enact 'The Nativity', this year's production was slightly different because they flitted from the past to the present.

 

Last week we had our school Christmas lunch combined with a Christmas jumper day.  Everyone was asked to pay £1 to wear a jumper, in total we raised £154.54.  The money raised went to Save the Children.

 

Thank you for reading our blog, we wish you all a very merry Christmas and a happy new year!

 

 

St. Pius X News Reporters - Erden McGettigan and Ellie Troy-Pryde

                                        

Key Stage 1 Nativity

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Christmas lunch and Christmas jumper day.

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