On Monday afternoon 14 Year 5 children took part in a School Squash Festival. It took place at Hallamshire Tennis and Squash Club and four other schools joined St. Marie's to compete against each other. Each child had to play four games, so the boys and girls certainly worked hard all afternoon. St Marie's didn't win but we did get to meet Nick Matthew OBE, the former English professional squash player who is from Sheffield.
Well done Year 5 for representing our school so well and thank you to Mrs Fernandes, Mrs Kearney and Mr & Mrs Calvert for their help.
The beautiful weather continued for our final day at Eyam as we set off on the Friday walk. The views were amazing as we trekked up and down hills from Eyam to Stoney Middleton and back to Eyam. Many parents (and dogs) were able to join us and it was lovely to see children pointing out landmarks and passing on their knowledge. Well done Year 5 for a fantastic residential!