Year 1 had an amazing zumba session with Amy...we certainly burned some energy on that rainy day!
East Crompton St George’s CE Primary School
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If you are from the Shaw/Crompton area and you have a child starting in reception in September 2022, make sure you discover our gem of a primary school in East Crompton St George’s CE Primary School
We believe that our pupils should be given learning opportunities through an exciting, engaging and
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On Thursday Year 1 used our co-ordination skills and enjoyed a session with
It was amazing and so much fun!
100% attendance for the whole year is an amazing achievement! Excellent work everyone! 🎉👏
Congratulations to Leo and Esme who won the ‘Shining Star’ cinema vouchers for this term! We hope you enjoy using them over the Summer holiday! 🎉👏
Please give a round of applause to our three new Ambassadors! Well done Ethan, Munenyasha and Evie!We know you will be shining examples for everyone across the school next year! 👏👏👏
This amazing bunch of children are our ‘Stars of the Year’! What an achievement Lillie, Alfie, Fearne, Byron, Lexi, Rex, Marina, Joshua, Bella, Evie, Munenyasha and Evie! Keep shining your light!
I think the "bigger kids" aka our Head and Deputy Head enjoyed the Druhm workshop!
Special leavers breakfast for our Year 6 children that attend BASC!
Watch them go in this fantastic video from Years 3 & 4 on Sports Day!
Year 1 had a super Sports Day, enjoying running, skipping and egg and spoon races. Bonus that the weather stayed dry for us too!
Year 1 have had a super start to 'Sports Week'. We have used our orienteering skills that we have been learning in our PE lessons to complete an orienteering course and find the name of the dragon. What fun we had!
Year 6 attended their Leavers' Service at St James' Church. It was such a special occasion to celebrate their journey through primary school and have a chance to reflect on how far they have come, all of their achievements and what superstars they all are.
Year 6 went to Summit Up as part of their end of year celebrations. It was lovely to see children grow more and more in confidence as the session progressed and as they persevered to climb to crazy heights!🧗
Year 6 have produced some phenomenal enterprise work over the last few weeks leading up to their stalls in the school hall on Tuesday and Thursday. They showed excellent collaboration, resilience, co-operation and ingenuity throughout the whole process. Every group managed to ‘Grow £5’ leading to a grand total of just over £450 PROFIT! They will be using some of the money for a reward and the rest will be donated to their chosen charity - Cancer Research. What a way to finish year 6!
Our Stars of the Week! Super achievement Rory, Abdulrahman,Briella, James, Harrison, Poppy and Carson. Keep letting your light shine! 👏🎉
We are so proud to announce that we were the very first 𝗪𝗜𝗡𝗡𝗡𝗘𝗥𝗦 of the Primary Cranmer Games Cup!! 🏆
Yesterday, children from Year 5 and 6 went to to take part in the very first Games. We were so proud of every single child that took part - they were a credit to both schools and really made us all so proud!
Sorry for no weekly email this week but the system was down. Probably a relief to some but hey ho hopefully I’ll be back next week 👍 Mrs Gledhill
The learning continued into the afternoon as the children were able to share their fantastic knowledge of the Romans coming to Britannia.
The Year 4 class having lots of fun going through their paces as newly enrolled Roman Soldiers!
Year 1 were practising their balancing skills yesterday in PE. We had so much fun working with our partners and following the skill instruction. Well done Year 1!
The Year 4 class on the way to Chester yesterday to enrol as Roman soldiers!
The children in Reception enjoyed transition afternoon yesterday, talking about what they have enjoyed in Reception and what they want to achieve next year.
During ‘transition afternoon’, Year 5 were reflecting, through art, on 1 Corinthians 13: 4-10.
Earlier this week Year 2 led Class Collective Worship reminding us all that everyone has rights and we should respect and be kind to each other. You were amazing year 2! 👏
Here are our Stars of the Week from the classes in school today. Well done Harley, Cooper and Zainab 👏🎉
We are so pleased to introduce you to our newest two Ambassadors. Well done George and Mariam, keep letting your light shine! 👏🎉
Year 1 enjoyed finding the mass of an object using non-standard units yesterday in their Maths lesson. They were working hard trying to equal the mass of lots of different items around our classroom...including Beegu our alien!
Year 3 are investigating how water travels through a plant. We think that even after a few minutes we can see red food colouring travelling up the stalk. The first picture was yesterday, the second is today. Less than a day later, look how red the celery has gone.
We missed posting our ‘Stars of the Week’ last week 😱 Here they are, let’s celebrate them! Ethan, Nathan, Oscar, James, Ivan and Tommy! We think you are amazing! 👏🎉
Congratulations to our ‘Stars of the Week’ Remi, Libby, Evie, Amber, Arthur, Leo and Theo. We’re so proud of you! Keep shining your light! 🎉👏
Beegu's spaceship has crashed in our classroom and we have been exploring her story and acting out the role of Beegu. What fun we had!
In Reception, linking to our RE, we have been thinking about treating other people as we would like to be treated. We made ‘kindness notes’ for special people in our lives. ❤️🌈 “So whatever you wish that others would do to you, do also to them.” Matthew 7:12
The children in Year 4 have had a super time making their own cushions.🧵 Well done team. 🤩
Y2 preparing their cress for their science experiment... we will be finding out which one grows the best under different conditions 🧪 🌱💧
Look at this amazing piece of home learning in Year 5! We are nearing the end of our Science unit on Earth and Space. We have loved learning about our Solar System.
In Art, Year 5 are working collaboratively as designers. They are coming up with design ideas for a Rainbow Room.
Year 1 have been experimenting with different materials to find out which one would be the best to use for an umberella. We found that plastic was the best, but discussed it was because the material we used was not a waterproof one like in our umbrella.
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East Crompton St George’s CE Primary School, George Street, Shaw
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