There was a great deal of sunshine and fun at our Summer Fair yesterday, with a big crowd getting involved in lots of different activities all aimed at raising funds for future events for the children in the next academic year.
Our Reception class marked the end of their time learning the Foundation Stage curriculum with a special assembly this week to cover everything they have learned since September, as well as share some of their memories from their time at Lowton St Mary’s. For many parents it was a surprisingly emotional morning!
Parents of pupils on free school meals may be interested to know that children can still get a free breakfast over the summer break at The Bridge Community Cafe. For more details visit them on Facebook here (you may need to be logged in first to access this).
Mrs Foster’s class have been to Tatton Park this week as part of their look at life during the Victorian era. In full costume, pupils were taken shown around the country house and got something of an idea as to what servants would be expected to do on a daily basis.
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Year 6 have attended a special service at Liverpool Cathedral to mark the end of this stage of their education. There were several other schools in attendance who also belong to the same Diocese, as can be seen in this quick video of the flag parade on the link below… https://twitter.com/LSM_Headteacher/status/879947811231608832
Year 2 have presented a special assembly on what life was like for children attending Victorian-era schools, including the strict discipline as described in the song below… Year 2 Victorian Assembly: 'Seen and Not Heard' Song @LSMYear2 #history #victorians pic.twitter.com/KyTz2Ca5WV — Lowton St Mary's (@LowtonStMarys) June 28, 2017
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For their class topic on Ancient Greece, Year 3 have been spending the day experiencing what life might have been like for citizens of what was an advanced civilisation for the time period. After spending a morning engaged in typical Olympic pursuits such as marathon running and javelin hurling, in the afternoon the children made […]