Christmas Card CompetitionCan you design an exciting, fancy Christmas card using a computer? Fancy your chances at winning a special prize? Have a go!
There will be a winner selected from the EYFS, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2. Each winner will receive a prize. The Key Stage 2 winning entry will also be put forward to another competition against other schools in Bolton. If you are in Reception or Nursery then please visit your class blog page for your competition rules.
Closing Date: Friday 29th November
Your card must be designed on a computer. You can use any software program that you like such as Word, Publisher or PurpleMash.
You are designing the front of the card only.
Once you have finished your card, please save it and bring it to me (Mr Dawood) on a pen drive or CD. I will copy and print your card then return your pen drive/CD back to you.
Parents are welcome to help children with any EYFS and Key Stage 1 entries. You may also support your child with a Key Stage 2 entry although most of the work must be completed by your child.
What a busy final few weeks Year 6 have had – Arts Awards, Lighthouses, Outdoor art Andy Goldsworthy style, Fairtrade posters displayed in ASDA, Leavers assembly, Graduation, Blackpool, parties and fun – phew. Oh and SATS results!! Thank you Year 6 you have all been fantastic…we wish you success and happiness as you move on to secondary school – may all your dreams come true!
Key Stage One have worked incredibly hard to put on a super performance for this years winter show. Our friends from Year One Mytham Primary School came to watch our performance and enjoyed themselves a lot.
The School was recently recognised as an ‘Inclusion Quality Mark Centre of Excellence.’
We are an inclusive and welcoming school – something we are immensely proud of. Following our model of embedding British Values within our curriculum and school ethos, pupils, staff and parents work hard to ensure that each child is included and that Every Child Matters to us. Ultimately, Together We’re Better!
Following a rigorous exercise, the School received this recognition and can call ourselves a Centre of Excellence for Inclusion. Mr Naughton, Mrs Bryant, Mrs Mohammed as well as school governors (Mrs Hahlo and Mr Sherrington) attended an awards ceremony to receive the award on behalf of the School.
As recognised by Mrs Bryant in a special worship, the hard work for the award was ultimately carried out by our learners, parents and staff who create the fantastic environment we have at School. Smiling faces walking through the doors each morning speak volumes!