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CAFOD Fast Day

Thanks to all of you who volunteered to take part in our Lenten Fast Day lunch last Friday to support Cafod's work in combating malnutrition in Zimbabwe. We hope you enjoyed the soup! Well done to all the children and staff who chopped all the vegetables this morning.  If you haven’t paid already, please pay via our online payment system or send £2 to the school office on Monday. Over 100 meals of Soup were served – a magnificent total- giving us over £300 to donate to CAFOD. Our donations will be matched by the UK Government. This means that we have raised £600 making double the difference!

French Language Week

 
Children at St Marie's celebrated French Languages Day on Wednesday this week. Many fun activities took place during the French lessons, including parachute games and other outdoor games to help Y3 learn some new colours. 
 
Other classes enjoyed playing games using their language skills during their lessons. Year 6 are preparing for a fashion show after Easter, so they practised their vocabulary and phrases by playing Lotto. Year 5 also played Lotto and proved they really know the French words for sports and pastimes. A game of Heads up Thumbs Down went down well, with the children having to use french words to guess who had chosen them.  'Chinese Whispers' in French went down well, especially when the children were told there would be prizes for the best team effort! 
 
Well done everyone who took part on Wednesday.
 
See the photo gallery below.

World Book Day at St Marie's

This year for World Book Day our theme was colour. The children came to school dressed in bright colours for the day based on the book, ‘The Day the Crayons Quit’ by Oliver Jeffers. The children completed colour related activities during the day, which included reading further stories about colour, colour themed poetry, other writing activities and some magnificent colourful art work. At the end of the day, the children shared what they had done with children in other classes and listened to 3 stories read by Mr Fernandes.

It was a day to promote the love of reading! Thank you to everyone for the time and effort you put in to making it such a successful day. Please check out the gallery photos below.

Fun in the Snow at St Marie's!

Well done to all the children that made it into school today. After working hard on their World Book Day activities in class, they all had a well-earned play time at the end of another busy day at school! Look at the fab photos in the gallery. Well done everyone for getting to school and staying safe.

 

Snow Information - Friday 2nd March

Update 10am 2/3/18

After School Club is open today.

Pop Maths Quiz tomorrow at SHU has been cancelled.

 

St Marie's School is open today,  Friday 2nd March.

As parents, please decide as to whether it is possible and safe to travel in these extreme weather conditions.

If you can't manage to get in, please leave a message via the office and cancel any pre-ordered meals.

Breakfast club will be manned as normal from 7.30am.

Y3AFu swimming will go ahead as planned on Friday morning.

We will make a decision on after school club at 11am.

Keep warm and safe!

 

Mr Fernandes,

Headteacher

St Marie's School

Snow Information for Thursday 1st March

Updated 11.30am 1.3.18

 

St Marie's School is open today Thursday 1st March. We have enough staff that live locally to ensure that World Book Day goes ahead as planned. Please take care travelling to school.

On such days, we believe that it is a matter for parents as to whether it is possible and safe to travel in these extreme weather conditions. The school will remain open, however like yesterday we may ask you to collect your children earlier.

Breakfast club will be manned as normal from 7.30am.

We will make a decision on After School Club around 11am  - There is no afterschool club today - All parents have been emailed

Sheffield United Community Foundation Afterschool Club has also been cancelled today due to the weather.

As always, please take care and keep safe.

Mr Fernandes,

Headteacher

St Marie's School

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