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St Gregory’s Events
10December
KS1 & EYFS Pantomime - Cinderella
12December
Nursery Christmas Liturgy
13December
Year 2 Nativity
14December
KS2 Abbey Mass/Mince Pie Mass 6MP
14December
Year 2 Nativity
20December
Key Stage 2 Carol Concert
St Gregory’s News More News
Lest We Forget
We have been preparing for the Centenary Memorial of Armistice Day at school. Pupils have shared research accounts of persons who gave their lives during WW1. Mr. Gristwood led a special Commemorative Assembly Service in the school hall today after which Juniors observed two minutes’ silence. Classes laid poppy wreaths at the feet of our silent silhouette. On Monday, Google came to St Gregory’s to talk to KS2 students about their e-safety programme “Be Internet Legends”. During a 30 minutes assembly e-safety tips were shared and pupils were made aware of the importance of being kind internauts. Pupils were also shown the online game Interland, a game where children help their fellow Internauts, combat badly-behaved hackers, phishers, oversharers and bullies by practising the skills that they need to be confident online explorers. Our thanks go to Mr. Dias for organizing this great learning opportunity!

St. Augustine’s School Farm
Year 4 have had the wonderful and unique experience of visiting St. Augustine’s School Farm this week. The children were able to feed and pet the tame hens, pigs and sheep that are kept on site. These informative visits have helped to deepen the children’s descriptive writing vocabulary as we continue to study our class text, Charlotte’s Web. As an added bonus, Year 4 are now also able to tell the key differences between straw and hay. Ask them to explain! Our thanks go to St. Augustine’s School for hosting these visits, and especially Mr. Raffray, who shared his wealth of knowledge of the farm animals with all the children.