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Our year 4 children Launched the One Tree Per Child today, with the help from Mayor Joe Anderson and Mersey Forest.
The pupils and staff of St Teresa would love to invite you to a celebration of learning, love and community spirit, taking place on Tuesday 4th April, at the school.
In her 5, there has been some exciting learning cantered around the theme of ‘Poverty and Riches’, and pupils have explored, questioned and discussed some deep topics including the question- What riches lie in poverty? It was wonderful to hear young voices exploring just how important and valuable strength and courage, gained from spiritual richness is.
As a result of their learning, children have taken great pride in reaching out to the community around them- helping out at a Wavertree food hub; visiting a food bank; volunteering to help The Real Junk Food Project cook and prepare meals for charitable causes.
The Food, Love and Community Feed, taking place on Tuesday 4th April, will be a fantastic opportunity for our community to enjoy free, warm delicious food prepared by the children; explore the amazing Edible Playground where we have been growing
our own fruit and vegetables; take part in cookery lessons with professional chefs; learn about the great work of food banks and have the opportunity to benefit from debt advice and money management advisors.
Most importantly the community can come together and celebrate the joy, happiness and richness that love and togetherness can bring to us all!
We hope to see you there!
We had so much fun during World Maths Day. The children in Nursery and Reception had tons of maths activities happening all day. They made number hats, went on a number hunt, painted repeated patterns, investigated who was the tallest person, played number snap and much much more!
All of the children in years 1-6 went on a maths quest around school. They had to hunt for problems and solve them as a team. The children spent time on Mathletics on ipads and laptops throughout the day. We had games of maths bingo, tangram art, symmetry patterns, maths board games, maths investigations and plenty more exciting activities to celebrate World Maths Day.
It was so lovely to see all children having fun and keeping busy with maths in many different ways!
This week has been a very exciting week in Reception. After three long weeks the eggs have hatched and out popped 5 hens and 5 cockerels. The children have enjoyed feeding and playing with the chicks. The chicks will return to acorn farm and we plan to go and visit them in the summer.
The Y6 Boys participated in the EFC Premier League Tournament putting in some excellent performances. They won 2, drew 1 and lost 3 matches finishing fourth in their group of 7. All the goals were scored by captain and star performer Thomas C and midfield partner Bradley. A special mention goes to Darron for his brave and athletic performance in goal. Well done to Darron, David, Michael, Mikail, Thomas C, Bradley, Jamie and Joel for representing the school in such a great manner.
The girls team continued their good form with a hard fought 2-0 win in the league against Barlows. Goals were scored in the second half by Heidi and Molly but it was the defensive performances of Scarlett, birthday girl Lexie and star performer Annemaria that really caught they eye. A great team perfomance by Joleigh, Lexie, Scarlett, Annemaria, Sophie, Oliwia, Molly, Heidi and Katy.
In our school, we had a special week called ‘Aspiration Week’ where we invited visitors in, with different careers, to inspire us! They shared their life experiences and their career path with us so that when we grow up we know the options that are available to us in our careers.
Lots of people gave their time to come in and talk to us. We were lucky enough to listen to many visitors: a vet, a nurse, a Detective from the Police force, dancers, footballers, a referee, a dental nurse a hairdresser/beautician and a mechanical engineer.
We learned that we should try our best to follow our dreams and try to choose a career that we love (as it won’t seem like work then!). All of our visitors said that all our lessons in school are important and we should work as hard as we can.
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