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Rhyming fun with Reception, Year two and Year one.

Tuesday's visit from Andy and Tom was really cool.

We had seen them on CBeebies 'Rhyme Rocket' but never in school.

There were children from Reception, Year one and Year Two,

We even let the teachers come in to watch too.

They came to teach us all about how to rhyme,

We had great fun and such a nice time!








KS2 Outdoor Classroom Day Wasteland Work

On Thursday 12th October, it was Outdoor Classroom Day, where schools from around the world have taught various lessons and activities outside, rather than in the classroom.

At St Marie's, KS2 have taken part in many outdoor activities. One of these activities was a wasteland work project. The children had to plan how to use the wasteland space, behind the football pitch, more efficiently. They came up with some fantastic ideas on how to use the space. We cannot wait to share these ideas with Mr Fernandes to see what we could possibly do with the space!

See the gallery below for some photos of our day.

Premier Stars Girls Football Festival

This afternoon we took some of our Y5/6 footballers to compete in a festival of football. We were one of 12 schools that entered. We played a variety of games within our group and did so well that we made it to the semi finals. We lost 3-2 in the semi finals but did go on to come 3rd overall. The girls met SUFC Ladies Captain Rosa Neary during the event. Rosa was an excellent role model to all the girls and answered lots of questions on the day.  Well done to Gabi, Maia, Lois, Yeukai, Cristina and Chidimma for being excellent sporting ambassadors for our school!

Y6 Girls' Football Tournament

On Wednesday evening, the Y6 girls had a football tournament at Greenhill School. The girls played fantastically and won three out of four matches, allowing them to finish the tournament in second place!

Well done girls!

Going for Gold Again!

Last year we were awarded the Gold Mark for our commitment to competitive sport for the 3rd year running. This week, Miss Healy went to Sheffield Wednesday Football Club to collect our awards. A big thanks to everyone who supports us in being able to take part in lots of sporting events. Congratulations to all our children for always taking part and loving sport. Our challenge is to make it 4 years in a row!

New Writing Challenge!

The next KS2 writing challenge has been shared with the children in assembly last week and involves writing about finding something special. Top tips on fiction writing can be found below.

Please bring in your entries by Wednesday 4th October, for those of you who would like to take part. Don’t forget more Amazon Vouchers up for grabs for the best ones!

Please remember to use your neatest handwriting to make sure we can read it properly, keep your paper neat and try not to crease it in case we choose to display your work in school!

Good luck and happy writing!

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