Next week we will be collecting food for Warrington Foodbank. Please see the newsletter for further information and click the link to see more information about how your donations help the people of Warrington. https://warrington.foodbank.org.uk/
Please join us for a special Sunday Service on Sunday 20th October to give thanks for our Harvest. Children from school will be singing and we will be celebrating all of the wonderful food that God has given us. Once again, school will be collecting for Warrington Foodbank in the week leading up to the service as part of our school Harvest celebrations.
Next week, children are invited to apply to be their class representative for different pupil groups: school council, global awareness, e-safety and ethos. See the newsletter for more details.
A warm welcome back to all of our children and families; it has been wonderful to see the children this week and hear all about their summer adventures! We are all very much looking forward to the forthcoming school year and an exciting term.
We have has such a lovely final week at school, with a special whole school worship today to say goodbye and farewell to our fabulous year six children! We hope that you all have a summer break filled with happiness and joy, and we look forward to seeing you all again in September.
Yesterday we gave a very special welcome to Mr Bryan Marivate, the Headteacher from our partner school in South Africa – Masizani Primary School. Mr Marivate had a wonderful day, visiting classrooms and talking to children about gender equality, the focus of the visit. Today the children all look fabulous in their yellow and blue clothes to celebrate Masizani Day!
Thank you to the Friends of St Philip’s and to Burtonwood Parish Council for the kind donations towards the cost of our new Jungle Gym. The Jungle Gym was installed over the half term and the children are thoroughly enjoying their new play equipment.
It has now been confirmed that the early May Bank Holiday will now take place on Friday 8th May 2020, rather than Monday 4th May to coincide with the 75th anniversary of VE Day. VE Day, or Victory in Europe Day, marks the day towards the end of World War Two when fighting against Nazi Germany came to an end in Europe.
It was lovely to welcome all our families back to school yesterday and hear all about their adventures over half term. We are looking forward to a fun filled and productive final half term.
Thank you for coming along and supporting our school sports days – they have been a great success and the children have shown such wonderful sportsmanship and great athleticism!