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Padley win KS1 Sports Day!

Congratulations to all of the children for putting so much energy and enthusiasm into the Sports Day at All Saints School on Thursday. They competed and behaved in an exemplary manner throughout the morning. Thanks too, to all the families who turned up to support and to all the staff and students of All Saints School who helped us so much. Well done to all the children and a big well done to this year’s KS1 champions Padley!

One Sheffield - Many Cultures

St Marie’s took part in the One Sheffield Many Cultures Festival Programme on Saturday 9th June – celebrating Sheffield, Our World in one City.
We were the last school to perform and entertained the crowds with some of our wonderful singing and dancing.

Video and photos below from the festival.

Thanks to everybody who supported this event!

Futsal County Runner's Up

Our Y4/Y5 girls competed in the County Futsal finals today in York. They were magnificent and showed great reciprocity and resilience. They lost the final to a very good Brayton Belles team and we wish them all the best in the national finals. Well done to all our girls- we are very proud of you!

Dragon Days

What a fabulous performance by the members of Theatre Club at the Montgomery Theatre on Friday evening! Amazing acting and some uplifting singing and dancing! Thank you very much to everyone concerned for a glorious evening show. It will be difficult to better that performance next year! Thank you also to our audience for turning out in such numbers to support Theatre Club. More photos to follow.

Y5BT trip to Peace Centre

On Friday the 11th May 2018, Y5BT went on a trip to the Peace Centre in Warrington. Some people went by car and some people went on the train. When we arrived at the Peace Centre, we put our bags away in the sports hall and went to listen to what would happen throughout the day.

We met some famous Hollywood stars and they performed a magnificent play. It was about a problem that two children tried to solve but made a mistake. In the end they managed to solve the problem.

After the performance, we had our lunch on little picnic blankets.

Then we dressed in graduation outfits consisting of a cloak and a cap – we looked amazing! The best was yet to come. We got the opportunity to ask questions to Wendy and Colin Parry, the parents of Tim Parry who was killed in the Warrington bombing at the age of 12. Their answers were inspirational to us all and we now understand even more about why they set up the Peace Foundation.

We all got ready for the graduation ceremony and waited for our name to be called out. We were presented with a certificate by Colin Parry.

Our sensational day finished with the treat of a bag of sweets which we all enjoyed on the way back home.

Written by Y5.

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