Summer is now here!
We would like to say a huge good luck to all of the children leaving St. Aloysius and about to embark on their journey in secondary school. Well done to all of our children this year, they have worked incredibly hard and we can not wait to see what is in store for next year! We would like to say a huge thank you to all of our parents and carers for your continual support.
Have a fantastic Summer everyone and enjoy this beautiful sunshine!
What a fabulous end to the year!
Each year group came up with a different song to perform in front of the whole school. We had a huge variety on the stage, such as Reach For The Stars, The Witch Doctor, A Spanish song and dance called Chu Chu Hua and everyone had so much fun joining in with it! Year 6 performed their own version of ‘Perfect’ for everyone for a final time.
All of the children had so much fun and at the end they all enjoyed a huge celebration by having a little sing and dance.
Take a look at some of the talent from St. Aloysius…
The whole school participated in a liturgy to celebrate the end of a fantastic year at St. Aloysius. The children all shared a memorable liturgical performance from their academic year. Some year groups performed songs, dances and even a poem!
It was fantastic to share all of the beautiful moments from across the academic year. All of the children were very proud and we as a school could not be prouder of the children neither.
The Year 6 children put on a beautiful performance in their final liturgy in Year 6. All of the children discussed their favourtie memories from St. Aloysius, performed a beautiful dance to ‘Stand by me’ and they sang a gorgeous version of ‘Perfect’ by Ed Sheeran.
There were lots of tears and the Year 6 children will certainly be missed!. We wish you the best of luck on your new journey to secondary school.
On Wednesday, all of the children sat outside to watch the End of Year Award Ceremony. The awards that were presented were three Annual Head Teacher Awards, A Great Reader Award, A Great Writer Award, A Great Maths Award and a Sports Award.
All of the awards were presented by our chair of governors, Mr Watson. We would like to say a huge congratulations to all of the award winners, and all children in our school who deserve an award for being a credit to our school!
They Year Four children entered a competition to make a safety poster for A and P Shipbuilding. Maddie McManus and Harry Compton were the winners and their artwork will be used throughout the A and P branches to help keep workers safe. This will not just be in the North East, but in other branches as far as Cornwall. Well done, Harry and Maddie!
Today Year 1 went to the park across the road for our Green Treat. The sun was shining and we were all happy. Some of the children said that this was their “best Green Treat ever!”
The Together Forever Concert will be held on Sunday 12th August at 12pm. It will be at Bents Park in South Shields. The concert will be featuring Joe McElderry!