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Padley Winners!

On Wednesday morning Reception and KS1 went to All Saints to have our sports day. First we we got into our teams. Then we started the activities. At the activities we had to throw things, catch, sprint and jump. We even had to crawl through a colourful, bright tunel. After this we had some races, the teachers and Mummies and Daddies even had a race too! In the end we crowned Padley our winners! Well done to Padley and all the hardworking, enthusiastic children!

Wriiten by the Year 2 children.

Super Stadium Builders

As part of our Keep fit week reception have been challenged to make a stadium from around the world. Look at all the fabulous models they have made using the wooden blocks. 

Little Herd Launch

Today, Kayla and Vincent from Year 1 went to the official launch of the Little Herd at the Winter Gardens. At the launch, they saw our fantastic elephant on display and lots of other Little Herd Sculptures, as well as meeting Theo the bear from Sheffield Children's Hospital.

Our elephant was designed with the help of one of our parents and painter Nick Grindrod. It was inspired by the journeys many children in developing countries make every day to provide fresh water for their families; each child used their unique finger print to add a droplet to the pathways mapped over the elephant’s body.

This summer a herd of elephant sculptures will descend on Sheffield for the biggest public art event the city has ever seen! The Little Herd will go on display in indoor venues fromJune 21st – 30th September 2016. Don’t forget, the St Marie’s elephant is on display in the Winter Gardens. The Herd of Sheffield elephant trail is released into the city fromJuly 11th – 5th October 2016 ...are you ready for the stampede!

 

Nifty Netballing

Today we had Fran and Katie from Netballeds teaching us some netball skills. Children across the school took part in a workshop to show them some netball basics from passing to shooting. Despite some drizzling rain a great day was had by all.

Rainy Rounders

Some of the Year 5 and Year 6 children had the opportunity to partner with Notre Dame students and play rounders today. Despite the rainy weather, the children had a really fun and enjoyable time. The Notre Dame students and staff also delivered some coaching and reminded the children of all the obscure rules of rounders!

Catholic Cup

Well done to the Year 6 Catholic Cup team!

After 3 group stage games the Year 6's had won all 3 games, including an emphatic 2-0 win over St Wilfrids! Unfortunately, the last 3 games were just too much for the team and we failed to quailfy by a point. I'd like to say a big well done to the children and hope they continue to play more football as they go up to Notre Dame.

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