Class 1 enjoying Forest School in our beautiful grounds.
Another fun filled day at SS Peter & Paul’s with Vicky from The Clay House at Cedar Farm Mawdesley. She came into school to work with the children on a piece of art to be displayed there later in the month. Every child in the school had the opportunity to contribute a picture or imprint, based on nature, which will form one collective piece of artwork. We are really looking forward to seeing the finished product.
Another fantastic day with our PTFA organising the School Bake Off. We had lots of cakes entered into the competition and Susie, from the Cake Pavilion, was our guest judge. She was spoilt for choice with a vast array of very talented entries based on a summer theme. Rose won first prize of some baking goodies and Chloe came second. ALL of the cakes were works of art and the adults and children thoroughly enjoyed tucking in! Thank you to everyone who supported this event.
🎉WE DID IT .... 🎉 Winners of the Bishop Rawstorne Maths Challenge 2019. Congratulations to our brilliant team of Mathematicians, we are very proud of you.
Last week we welcomed Carla and Tom from Lancashire Fire Service in to school. Years 2, 3, and 4 learnt about the best way of getting themselves out of a burning building, why it is important to close all the doors at night time and how to check if there is a fire behind a closed door. The children demonstrated their understanding through role-play and practising the ‘Stop, Drop and Roll’ rule, which needs to be used if their clothing is set on fire. In Class 3 they spoke to us on the importance of safe travel. When travelling it is important to remember: 1. Always wear a cycle helmet. 2. A booster seat helps a seat belt fit correctly. 3. Always wear a seat belt. 4. You are more at risk being a cyclist or pedestrian at Secondary School.
Early celebrations to mark the feast day of SS Peter & Paul.
A selection of photos capturing Class 3 at Rock & River Outdoor Pursuits Centre. What a fantastic day! We enjoyed boosting our team building and cooperation skills on the Low Ropes, Leap of faith, Rifle Shooting, Den Building and Rafting.
Sports Day. Well done to everyone who made this event so enjoyable.
Saving our Planet - Yesterday the children brought into school their fantastic models of endangered animals, made from recycled materials that otherwise would have ended up in a landfill site.
Despite it being a wet Wednesday, the Dance from the Heart Team from South Ribble Sport’s Development brought great excitement to S S Peter & Paul’s. Dressed as Aliens the children performed their Space to Dance routine, to celebrate 50 years since man set foot on the moon. We were then treated to a fantastic performance by Bounce Bot. Thank you to all our parents for their support with costumes and being a brilliant audience.
This year our children have enjoyed the opportunity to develop their skills in numerous sports in our After School Clubs. Athletics Cricket Curling Dance Football Fun Fitness Multi Skills Orienteering Outdoor Action and Adventure Rugby Table Tennis Tennis
Many thanks to our very supportive PTFA for organising the Family Fun Day and bringing lots of entertainment to a very wet Saturday afternoon.
Celebrating World Book Day
Last week Explosive Erica from Mad Science came to show the children the extensive range of experiments they will be taking part in if they sign up for our forthcoming Mad Science After School Club.
Pupils who are learning to play brass instruments treated us all to a Christmas performance - what a talented group of children we have.
Children from Class 2 and 3 singing Christmas songs at Stock's Hall