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Farewell St Marie's

Wow! Year 6 have performed two outstanding shows for their parents and families this week.

You are all super stars!

Gallery photos below.

Chicks Hatch in School!

At last, after 21 days waiting they've finally hatched on Monday. We have 5 baby chicks to look after for the next two weeks. Look at the pictures below to see how much they have grown already.

Girls Football Winners

On Thursday, our girl’s football team travelled to Mylnhurst School to play in a 5-a-side football tournament against Mylnhurst, St Thomas of Canterbury, Immaculate Conception and St Wilfrid's. They put together some very exciting moves and produced some fantastic football. The games were all very close but the team managed to win them all and came first in the tournament. All the teams were treated to some football skills by ex-Sheffield Schools’ boy Jack Downs.

Well done to all the teams and a big thank you to Mylnhurst for being fantastic hosts.

Cannon Hall Farm Visit

On Thursday Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 went on an educational visit to Cannon Hall Farm. The sun shone and the children were excited about having a full day to explore. They saw sheep racing, ferret racing, and rare breeds in the new farm buildings. They also saw a milking parlour and a milking demonstration. Other attractions included a wonderful reptile house where leaf cutter ants, turtles, chameleons and an enormous Python were just some of the exotic creatures they identified. And of course the fabulous outdoor play area was hugely popular with all the children.
Thank you to all the staff and volunteers who supported the visit. Well done to all the children too, who behaved so well.

Summer Fair Success

Thank you to everyone who made the Summer Fair such a success today. Thank you to all of the wonderful parents and carers for your kind donations and your continued support of the school. We were blessed with a sunny day, a fantastic crowd of helpers and organisers, and a huge turnout from families and friends from our community. I would like to pass my sincere thanks to our Home School Association (HSA) for the organisation of today. Thanks also to all the volunteers and every member of staff who generously gave up their time to make today’s fair one of the very best! Photos from today in the gallery below.

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