It was lovely for us to join the parish for 10am Mass at The Oratory last Wednesday to celebrate the Feast of St Peter and St Paul. The children were reverent and a credit to the school and we received a number of messages from parishioners commending our pupils for how attentive they were during Mass, which fits well with this half term’s virtues of ‘attentive and discerning’.
The start of Term 6 has been a great opportunity for children to develop their science knowledge and investigative skills with the return of St Aloysius’ Science Week.
The children have settled back in to learning well since Easter and Year 4 are on their way back from an action-packed week at Woodlands.
Wishing you a Happy Easter! The children have returned refreshed and have settled back in to learning well over the past two weeks and Year 4 are on their way back from an action-packed week at Woodlands. Thank you all those who attended parents evening meetings last week and we hope that you enjoyed the opportunity to discuss your child’s progress and next steps in their learning as we enter the final full term of this academic year.
It has been lovely to welcome parents in to the school this term for work sharing afternoons, open mornings for parents in the Early Years and our Year 2, 3 and 4 production. We had some lovely feedback from the work sharing afternoons and this is something that we plan to offer again in the Summer Term. Teachers are looking forward to meeting you individually after the Easter holiday to discuss your child’s progress.
The children have returned from half term with calm and positive learning attitudes. It was a lovely start to the term for pupils in Reception to Year 6 to walk down to The Oratory for a whole-school Ash Wednesday Mass and it feels that we are returning to some level of normality.