Chorlton Arts Festival 017

Art Club took part in t Chorlton Arts Festival 2017 by contributing to a craftivism exhibition in the window of the Make It Shop on Wilbraham Road, Chorlton.

Craftivism is the art of making work which carries in it a social or political message and our children responded enthusiastically to…

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Bottle Puppet Heads

Our 5&6 artclub have now put those donated bottles to good use and just look at these wonderful creations! Our artists built up the 3D features using foam, foil and tape before covering in a shell of papier mache.  They added painted detail before applying woollen hair and designing…

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Easter Wreaths

 

Our Tuesday and Friday clubs have been busy creating 3D elements to construct their Easter Wreaths.

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Y6 Mindfulness

We're half way through the SATs and the children have accomplished so much already. Year 6, have been nothing short of..OUTSTANDING!

However, any test can be a stressful time for children, and it's important to keep a balance of hard work and relaxation. A great way for this is…

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Y4 Ancient Pottery Throw Down

Year 4 have completed some incredible Ancient Egyptian-style pottery! 

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Y1 Problem Solving

 

Year 1 has been solving division problems by grouping. Using techniques learnt in Singapore Maths lessons, children make mathematical problems as visual as possible, then discuss and investigate solutions using appropriate resources! 

Great Job!

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St.John's Alumni Rugby Star

Former Pupil, Raffi Quirke helps England U16s defeat Wales, 41-22.

Sale Sharks’ Quirke impressed throughout so it was no surprise that he was heavily involved in England’s third try of the game. His smart tap and go from inside his own half gave wing Botterill the opportunity to show his…

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The Road to Old Trafford!

Congratulations to our Y2 and Y3 children (not forgetting Mr.Hogan!) who attended the Road to Old Trafford competition this week. The children showed great sporting attitude and skill to be victorious in the first round of this competition.

Our Y3 won 4-0 in the final and our Y2 won 2-1 in…

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Over £600...

..worth of books has been generated from the Scholastic Book Fair. Thank you to everyone who purchased a book!

 

Also, the Holy Week CAFOD book sale raised £125!

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Thumbs Up Friday !

Each half term we celebrate the children's progress by inviting parents, family members and careers to take a look at all the hard work  produced in books.

It's a great event: the opportunity for children to exhibit their work not only fills them with pride but helps build confidence,…

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