Spike Street is awarded player of the rugby festival, by Mrs Knibbs
Date: 2nd May 2017 @ 11:32am
Spike played in a rugby festival at the weekend and due to his hardwork – covering every square inch of the pitch in both attack and defence, massive workrate, lightning attacking runs in and out of opposition, 6 or more tries, and several assists, he was awarded player of the festival for his team. Well done Spike!
Callum Briggs receives a rugby award, by Mrs Knibbs
Date: 28th Apr 2017 @ 12:29pm
Callum has been training hard with the rugby team and this has been recognised with an award. Well done Callum.
Caleb Hawtin Year 2 receives Rugby award, by Mrs Knibbs
Date: 23rd Mar 2017 @ 10:52am
Congratulations to Caleb, who received the player of the week award in rugby
Conah Hawtin Year 6 achieves black belt in jujitsu, by Mrs Knibbs
Date: 23rd Mar 2017 @ 9:18am
Well done Conah, all of your hard training has paid off. What an incredible achievement!
Conah has been taking jujitsu classes for several years, moving up steadily through the belts. He has just completed his assessment for his black belt and was awarded a merit.
Year 2 enjoy the residential, by Mrs Knibbs
Date: 20th Mar 2017 @ 2:56pm
We could not be prouder of our year 2 children who all had a fantastic time on their first residential. They were so well behaved and mature, a real credit to their parents and to our school.
Children complete the Macclesfield Hike, by Mrs Knibbs
Date: 13th Mar 2017 @ 2:50pm
Over the weekend (11/3/17) Molly Mae, Tom, Dan and Harry all completed the Macclesfield Hike. On Saturday they walked 9 miles from Sutton to Barneswood Campsite where they spent the night. On the Saturday evening they were given co-ordinates to plan their journey home from Barneswood to Gawsworth which was a further 11 mile Hike. They did all of this with a rucksack weighing 10kg on their back, which held their food, clothes and camping equipment. This is an outstanding achievement and they all did so well. Congratulations!
Harriet Chadwick achieves swim award, by Mrs Knibbs
Date: 15th Feb 2017 @ 3:04pm
Well done Harriet who passed her stage 5 swimming award, we are very proud of your achievement!
Swimming Champions, by Mrs Knibbs
Date: 13th Feb 2017 @ 10:31am
On Saturday 11/2/17 Some of our students took part in a swimming gala. It was a first for Esme who took to it like a duck to water. She swam hard and gained her times for any following competitons she will compete in. Jack, Edie, Maya and Ella all managed to achieve PB'S. Well done on your achievements, you should be very proud!
Football team year 5&6, by Mrs Knibbs
Date: 27th Jan 2017 @ 2:05pm
The boys did so well in the Cheshire finals football competition. They managed to get to the quarter finals before being knocked out in a very close call game.
April in Year 5 Donates to Little Princess Trust, by Mrs Knibbs
Date: 26th Jan 2017 @ 9:29am
We are very proud of April, who decided last summer that she would like to have her hair cut to donate it to the Little Princess Trust. The Trust provides real hair wigs for girls and boys that have lost their own hair due to illness. April sent off for all the information and it said that the optimum length to send hair was 30cm. So, she has been growing it and measuring it regularly and as soon as it reached the correct length she had it cut to send.
Retiring Head Boy & Head Girl and their deputies, by Mrs Knibbs
Date: 23rd Jan 2017 @ 2:13pm
Our Head children have done a fabulous job at representing the school. We would like to wish them well in their new roles as safeguarding council leads.
Year 3 learn the months in French, by Mrs Webb
Date: 19th Nov 2016 @ 5:19pm
Year 3 have been learning the months of the year in French this week and have been practising asking their partners what month their birthday is in. They also enjoyed singing a new song called "Quelle est la date de ton anniversaire?" and standing up each time they heard their birthday month.
Year 4 get to grips with the alphabet in French!, by Mrs Webb
Date: 19th Nov 2016 @ 5:05pm
Year 4 were introduced to the alphabet in French last week. This week they have completed further work on the sounds and were soon able to recognise and say most of the letters. It was especially impressive to hear them reciting a short rhyme including all the vowels.
Deux petits oiseaux, by Mrs Webb
Date: 19th Nov 2016 @ 4:57pm
Year 2 enjoyed learning a new rhyme in French about Fifi and Blanche, two little birds. They were all keen to participate in the rhyme using the finger puppets and also sang a song about the days of the week. Bravo!
Year 6 - les lettres sont arrivÃ©es!, by Mrs Webb
Date: 19th Nov 2016 @ 4:09pm
Year 6 pupils were excited this week to receive letters from their pen friends from Lacey Green Primary Academy in Wilmslow. Pupils have all completed a letter about themselves in French including information about the hobbies and sports they like and dislike. The next project will be to create a poem in French to describe themselves.
Remembrance Day at the Cenotaph, by Mrs Grice
Date: 11th Nov 2016 @ 1:06pm
Today our Head boy and girl and their deputies visited the Cenotaph in Congleton to place a poppy wreath from Mossley School in remembrance of all who have fallen.
Stone Henge - in boxes, by Mrs Grice
Date: 7th Nov 2016 @ 1:02pm
First there was teamwork, getting 100's of boxes to the hall. Then it was a good old fashioned girls vs boys race to music to build the best Stone Henge out of boxes.
Both teams had a fab time, with lots of giggles but with a good feeling of competition.
Take a look at the pictures.
Congleton in Bloom Celebration Evening, by Mrs Grice
Date: 2nd Nov 2016 @ 1:55pm
Congleton Fire Service visit Reception, by Mrs Grice
Date: 21st Oct 2016 @ 3:08pm
Congleton Fire Service visited our Reception children on Thursday, there was a lot of excitement, blue lights flashing and dressing up. They had a fabulous time.
Year 6 are "fantastique"!, by Mrs Webb
Date: 19th Oct 2016 @ 10:28pm
Year 6 French class bears Henri and Robert have enjoyed their first half term and have had great fun visiting the pupils! Each week one pupil gets to take their class bear home as a reward for making a positive contribution to the French lesson. This half term year 6 have been learning how to use a bilingual dictionary and they have used their new skills to find more interesting adjectives to improve their written work. They have produced some lovely pieces of work about hobbies and sports including opinions, conjunctions and a variety of adjectives.
Year 6 classes are embarking on an exciting new project this year as they begin to correspond with pupils in Year 6 at Lacey Green Primary Academy in Wilmslow. This may sound quite simple, but they will only be allowed to communicate using French! This week they will be introduced to their pen friends when they receive a letter in their French lesson - now it's their turn to write a reply!
New French link project for year 5, by Mrs Webb
Date: 19th Oct 2016 @ 10:15pm
Year 5 French class bears Frederic and Fabien have enjoyed their first half term and have had great fun visiting the pupils! Each week one pupil gets to take their class bear home as a reward for making a positive contribution to the French lesson. This half term year 5 have been learning how to say the alphabet in French which they have then used to give coordinates on a map with large numbers. They have been learning the names for different places in town and are beginning to get to grips with giving and following simple directions.
Year 5 classes are embarking on an exciting new project this year as they begin to correspond with pupils in Year 5 at Lacey Green Primary Academy in Wilmslow. This may sound quite simple, but they will only be allowed to communicate using French! So far pupils have introduced themselves to their partners through a short presentation which was filmed by Madame Webb and this week they will be reading a short letter from their pen friends before writing a reply.
Year 4 learn where in the world French is spoken, by Mrs Webb
Date: 19th Oct 2016 @ 9:46pm
Year 4 French class bears Olivie and Marcel have enjoyed their first half term and have had great fun visiting the pupils! Each week one pupil gets to take their class bear home as a reward for trying really hard, producing an excellent piece of work or for making a positive contribution to the French lesson. This half term pupils have been learning to describe how they travel to different places. They have also found out how many Francophone countries there are in the world.
Year 3 French, by Mrs Webb
Date: 19th Oct 2016 @ 9:34pm
Year 3 French class bears Bruno and Pierre have enjoyed their first half term and have had great fun visiting the pupils! Each week one pupil gets to take their class bear home as a reward, this could be for making a positive contribution to the French lesson or for trying really hard. Pupils have been learning classroom objects in French and have begun to include colours to describe them. They have particularly enjoyed playing language games to reinforce the new words.
Year 2 French bears go home!, by Mrs Webb
Date: 19th Oct 2016 @ 9:24pm
Year 2 French class bears have enjoyed their first half term and have had great fun visiting the pupils! Each week one pupil gets to take their class bear home as a reward, this could be for making a positive contribution to the French lesson or for trying really hard. This half term pupils have read the story "Handa's surprise" and have learned how say the fruits and animals from the story in French. They have also enjoyed singing the traditional French song "Sur le pont d'Avignon" and have invented their own verses with actions.
The newly finished 'Octagon', by Mrs Grice
Date: 10th Oct 2016 @ 10:08am
A huge thank you to our PTA for funding the 'Octagon'
We have created a new room using the existing outdoor classroom, the walls have been insulated and new windows and doors have been fitted. The interior has been decorated and new furniture purchsed. take a look at the great pictures.