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School News

Year 6 Say Goodbye!

Year 6 served up a wonderful evening’s entertainment on Wednesday and Thursday this week! We would like to thank both classes for leading the school so well this year. We wish you and your families all the best as you leave the school today.

Y3 Ice Lollies in French

On Wednesday, the children in Y3 had ice lollies as an end of year treat. They all used fantastic French accents to ask for an ice lolly in French.

Merci to our wonderful HSA for funding this!

Please see the photo gallery below.

Y4 French Birthday Party

The Year 4 children have been leanring how to say their birthday in French, ask other when their birthday is and ask for various party food. So, this week the children had a birthday party and practised using their French to ask for different party foods in French. They all used fantastic French accents!

Merci to our wonderful HSA for funding this!

Please see the photo gallery below.

Y5 Games and Sweets in French

On Wednesday, the Y5 children had fun played different games that they had learn how to say in French and they even got some sweets (bonbons). They had to ask for them in French though!

Merci to our wonderful HSA for funding this!

Please see the photo gallery below.

French Café

On Wednesday, the Y6 hosted a French Café for parents and children at school. The Y6 children made their own menus and decorations for the café and even served the children while speaking French!

They did a fantastic job!

Merci to our wonderful HSA for funding this event!

Please see the photo gallery below.

St Marie's Lionesses

Congratulations to our Y6 girl footballers who played at Mylnhurst on Thursday, and won the tournament. They were fantastic role models and showed great spirit, determination and teamwork.The girls didn't lose one game, scoring 23 goals and conceding none!

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