Y6 Lakeside Trip 2014

Written by Mr Dinsdale.

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Lakeside2014Here is our Y6 Lakeside Blog, where you can keep up to date with all of the latest adventures, photos and stories direct from our trip. Check back daily as we will do our best to share the experience as it unfolds...You have the chance to post comments and ask questions to the blog, but all comments & questions will be moderated before being published. We take far more photos than we can publish to the blog and these will be made available in the summer term.
http://blog.englishmartyrs.co.uk/lakeside-2014/

National Science & Engineering Week

Written by Miss Doyle.

NSEW Logo14th - 23rd March 2014 we are taking part in National Science & Engineering Week and the theme is: Einstein's Birthday Party!

We are kicking off our week of Science and Engineering activities by having a whizz-bang assembly on Monday morning. On Thursday 17th March at 3pm, the main hall will be set up as a Science fair and parents will be welcome to come and see what each year group has learnt in Science during the week. For more information about the National Science and Engineering Week, please click on the logo or the link: http://www.britishscienceassociation.org/national-science-engineering-week

Festival of Music at Philharmonic Hall

Written by Mr Dinsdale.

English Martyrs choir about to perform at PhilOn Friday 14th March, pupils from Year 5 and 6 went to the Philharmonic Hall in Liverpool to join pupils from The Mount and St Mary's College for an evening filled with music. The children had been wonderfully prepared by Mr Kiggins and Mrs Tunstall who led the pupils on the night. They were assisted by Mrs Goulbourne, Mrs Gillies and Mrs Boylan who made sure things went smoothly behind the scenes. I was extremely proud of each and every one of the children who performed beautifully and gained a lot of praise from all in the audience, most notably the Musical Director of St Mary's College, Mr Andrew Byers. The evening was summed up for me by a lady sitting behind me who had no connection to English Martyrs who said at the end of You Raise Me Up, "I think I'm going to cry!" Well done to you all - you were excellent ambassadors for English Martyrs. For those who were unable to attend, there are some audio recordings of the English Martyrs' choir performances below. - Mr Dinsdale.

Audio Recording of our Choir at Philharmonic Hall:

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