We would love for you to join us on Friday 28th June from 3.30pm until 5.30 pm for our PTFA Summer Spectacular!
Today some children from KS1 had the opportunity to take part in a football festival at Mariners Park. They had lots of fun trying out different activities. Mr Hunter, Mrs Kish and Miss Cunningham were proud of them throughout as their behaviour and manners were excellent.
For our Community School involvement project, Year 5 decided they would like to support a local charity called Hebburn Helps. Our children and their families have been extremely generous and an overwhelming amount of tins were brought into school so they could be passed on. I know the charity were very grateful to us and once again we are very proud of our children. Thank you to everyone who supported this.
Well done to James Mole (an ex pupil of St Aloysius) who is a true inspiration.
Last night, the children helped to make our large den area. Everyone worked together as a team! The children were also shown how to light a fire using a flint and steel. We will be making a big fire towards the end of the sessions when we will all remember everything about fire safety. Well done everyone.
What a day we had competing at the South Tyneside Quad Kids Competition, we all took part in 4 events, a 400m run, a howler throw, a standing long jump and a 50m sprint, all of our hard work and training sessions prepared us well. We are all now waiting for the results to see if we made the top 2 teams who will progress to the County Final later this term at Silksworth, Sunderland against the top qualifying teams in the North East.
Last week, we had such a lovely time as parents and guardians from Year Two came along for lunch with their children! It was lovely to see the children enjoying their lunch with their loved ones. It was a great turnout and we would like to say a HUGE thank you to all of our parents and guardians who came along!