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Preparation for the RHS Tatton Flower Show started many months ago. The children from Class 4 have worked hard planning and creating their garden. They have grown plants from seeds, and nurtured their plants ready for the challenge they faced.
This year, the school competition was ‘Wild about wildlife’. Our class garden was based on the traditional story book ‘Bambi: a life in the woods.’ The back-drop of Tatton Hall, a home for the deer, seemed like a clear choice.
‘Twig Twisters’, a professional willow artist, visited to work with the children of Class 4 in the planning and making of 3-D sculptures for their garden. In keeping with the theme of the garden, children made a roe deer and butterflies out of willow all by themselves.
The result is amazing! The children from Year 4 have shown commitment to the task and real enthusiasm. We are so proud of their entry to this year’s Tatton Flower Show; well worth a visit!
Best Class of the Week
Class 2 with 99.4%
Best Class of the Year
Class 2 97.6%
Class 1-6 Average Attendance for the Year 2015-2016 96.3%
- Class 4 assembly
Friday 21st July, 9am in the school hall.
- A busy week!
There are lots of school events and activities this week. Please look at your Friday Note and on the website Calendar to make sure you don't miss out!
- Sports Week
Y1 to 6 - 3rd to 7th July FSU Physical Development Day 10th July
- Year 5 Parent/Carer Meeting
Tuesday 27th June 3pm at school.
- Monday Activity Night
Monday Clubs start on 19th June, 3pm to 4pm. Please collect your child from the playground at 4pm.
Year 5 had a fabulous time at Robinwood.
You can see lots of their adventures on our Twitter feed @StJCEPrimary.
A huge thank you to everyone involved in our Summer Show this year.
It was amazing! Well done everyone!
A tale of friendship under African skies.
Summer Reading Challenge
We're thinking about CHANGES this term.
Change is inevitable.
Change takes place whether we like it or not.
Some changes are welcome.
Some are not.
Click on the SEALs bubble to find out more about our themes.
There are family activities to do at home as well as links to our assembly stories and walls. Why not go and have a look?
We warmly welcome you to explore our website. We all work very hard to fill it with information, photographs and news so that we can share all the exciting things that are happening at our school.
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