June 2021 - WBDAS Workshops
All children from Receptions - Year 6 took part in a workshop to talk about healthy relationships. Each workshop was tailored to the children's age and taught them about right and wrong in any relationship.
June 2021 - England Day!
The children dressed up in red and white or in football tops/kits to support England in the Euro 2020 football tournament.
May 2021 - Maths Problem Solving Day
The children spent the day investigating and problem solving. The whole school theme was linked to fractions and each year group had a different 'case study' where they had to complete a variety of activities to solve the case.
March 2021 - Comic relief
To raise money for Comic Relief, the children took part in our 'Get your Funny On' day where they came to school dressed as comically as they could and donated £1 to our Just Giving page. The children spent the afternoon completing fun activities and even did some stand up comedy to raise the level of funny!
March 2021 - World Book Day
To celebrate World Book Day, the children of St. Patrick's dressed up as their favourite fictional character. Throughout the day, the children explored the work of Roald Dahl and used this as a stimulus for creative writing and illustrating.
February 2021 - Children's Mental Health Week
To celebrate Children's Mental Health Week, the children of St. Patrick's took part in a day of wearing bright colours or fancy dress and enjoyed a day of treats and extra breaks to support their mental wellbeing.
November 2020 - Y6 Bikeability
Throughout the course of a few weeks, the Y6 children completed their bikeability training. They were taught: how to ride safely on the roads; how to use hand signals; how to travel in and out of junctions and how to to keep themselves and others safe.
November 2020 - Children in Need
To raise money for Children in Need, the children took part in a non-uniform day and donated £1 each.
November 2020 - Remembrance Day
On the build up to Remembrance Day, the children explored why we remember through their Cross Curricular topic 'We Remember.' They created poems and art work to celebrate those who fought in the war.