St Johnís RC Primary School
Date published: 29 March 2012
This will be our last newsletter for this term as we break up for the Easter holidays on Wednesday 4 April at 3.00pm. Normal uniform, if the hot weather continues please remember to bring a hat or cap.
Statements to live by:
I try to use words that make the world a better place (please, sorry, thank you).
We strive to instil within the children a sense of belonging within a range of communities and for them to play an active role as members of society.
As part of our Holy Week programme there will be a Palm Procession (led by Foundation and KS1) and Stations of the Cross (led by Class 6) on Wednesday afternoon (4 April).
Easter egg raffle and St. Joseph’s Penny:
An Easter egg raffle will take place on Wednesday 4 April (last day of term). Proceeds will be donated to St. Joseph’s Penny charity.
If you have any collection boxes for St. Joseph’s Penny ready to return, please hand into the school office or class room so that we can finalise a payment to the charity. Thank you to those who have returned the St. Joseph’s Penny collection boxes and thank you for supporting the charity.
Congratulations to Chantelle, Natalia and Hajira for their winning poems. Part of their prize was to read out their poems on Crescent Radio, unfortunately, only Hajira was able to manage to get there to read hers.
Monday 26 March
Netball match at home against St. James. We played well, all players were debutants.
Basketball League at Oulder Hill. We won 2 of our matches and lost one.
Tuesday 27 March
Paris performed brilliantly at the gymnastics “mini-games”.
Our rugby team represented Rochdale in the “mini-games” at City Stadium against four other boroughs. We won 4 of our games, drew 1 and lost 3. An excellent achievement from our team. (Got to watch Rizzle Kicks ‘Live’).
Wednesday 28 March
We took part in a dance competition on stage at the Middleton Arena and took 2nd place - excellent dancing from our team.
Thursday 29 March
Girls from years 4, 5 and 6 will be playing in the girls football match at Hopwood Hall. This item went to print before event took place so results unknown.
Golden book awards:
The Golden Book awards are for children have tried their best in all areas with politeness and respect.
Foundation 2: Marcio and Crystal
Reception/1: Shayan and Zsanett
Class 1: Paris and Victoria
Class 2: Amour and Emedi
Class 3: Lungile and George
Class 4: Daniel and Jennifer
Class 5: Farhana and Helione
Class 6: Carolina and Kamil
Awards for last week went to Class 6 for highest attendance and Class 4 for good behaviour in and around the school.
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