What a fantastic year we have had at St. Aloysius, full of lots of proud moments.
We would like to take this opportunity to say thankyou to all of our families for your continual support.
We hope you have a fantastic, relaxing summer break and we look forward to seeing you on Tuesday 3rd September 2019.
Take a look at our final newsletter for the year…
This is our 6’s having their song played on Heart radio, it was live to the North East on Wednesday during their leavers assembly.
We would like to say farewell to a few of our members of staff who are ready for new beginnings in September.
We would like to wish Mrs Brown and Mrs Cawthorn all of the happiness in the world as they are about to welcome a new baby into their families. We can’t wait for the arrival of your little one.
We would like to say a HUGE goodbye to Mrs McCoy and Miss as they are about to embark on a new adventure in their career. We wish them all the best.
We would like to say a very heartwarming goodbye to Mr Rushton and a HUGE thankyou for everything he has done for us at St. Aloysius. He will be a big miss but we know he will be truly amazing in his new career at Kuala Lumpur.
We would like to say a HUGE thankyou to Father Dave who has been such a loving, invaluable member of our community. We will miss seeing him around school and I know our children will certainly miss him.
Finally, we would like to say goodbye to Mr Watson, our Chair of Governors. We have been so incredibly lucky to have such a wonderful Governor leading our school and he will certainly be missed by everybody in our school community.
This week, we celebrated the achievements of this academic year. The children received awards for Headteachers Award, English Writing Award, English Reading Award, Maths Reward and Sports Award.
We would like to say a HUGE congratulations to all of our award winners, and equally so, to all of our wonderful children at St. Aloysius. They are all superstars and make us incredibly proud.
Year 1 visited Adventure Valley on Monday for their end of year trip. They had such a fun day exploring and their behaviour was exceptional. They enjoyed playing in the different playgrounds, bouncing on the pillows and seeing the animals. It was a lovely way to end their Year 1 journey.
Find out about this summer’s reading challenge with a theme of Space…