You're The One That I Want!

What a Show!

The pupils from Year 6 put on an amazing show over 2 nights this week.  The end of year production was a huge successwith the very talented Mrs Dixon playing the piano and the very talented pupils singing and acting their hearts out.  Well done to everyone you should feel very proud!

Young Citizens' Concert

What have you done today to make you feel proud?

Well the children from Allanson Street Choir made us all feel extremely proud when they performed at the Town Hall on Thursday evening as part of the Young Citizen's Concert. For over ten years, our school has organised the event for all primary schools in the St Helens area.  It gives each school chance to nominate a young person for a citizenship award.  The children received their awards and a bag of treats from Liverpool John Moores University.  Well done to our Young Citizen, George Kintas, for the great contribution he has made to our school and the wider community. Well done to all the choir they really were brilliant!

Haydock Olympics

What an exciting week!

This week many of our children have taken part in a wide variety of events held at Haydock High school as part of their Olymic Dream celebration.  Two children from Year 6 departed from school on Monday morning carrying the Olympic torch of the first leg of its journey to Haydock High School.  All sixty of our Year 2 children went and took part in the opening ceremony.  They looked fabulous in their  Australian themed costumes.  All  week, enthusiastic groups of children have represened our school in many different sporting events at the school.  Well done to everyone its been a great week!

Sports Days

The morning of Tuesday 3 July  - Foundation Stage Sports Day

The morning of Thursday 5 July - Junior Sports Day

The afternoon of Thursday 5 July - Infant Sports Day

Langtree Park

Year 5 Visit

The children from Year 5 visited the new Saints Stadium this week. They had a tour of the stadium and undertook some workshops about health and fitness. This was a free educational visit for the year group and was thoroughly enjoyed by all.

A Brilliant Day!

A visit from the HMP Community Awareness Team

On Wednesday 25th April we had a brilliant visit from the community awareness team from Manchester Prison.  The team came in for the day (along with 2 of their highly trained dogs) and shared workshops with each of the year groups from KS2.  The important message shared by the team was that actions have consequences. Staff and pupils commented on what a great day it was full of activities and important messages.  Thanks to the Community Team, we hope to welcome them back in the future.

HM Prison Service

School visit.

Staff from the prison service came into school today (Wed 25th April) to talk to the children about their work. The children had a fabulous time and were amazed at the demonstration of how they use dogs in their work.