03Apr
2020
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April Updates

How is it April already? We have collated most of the entries that have been sent into j2e.com or through twitter. You can see all of the amazing work that children across the school have been doing over the last two weeks here. We were so overwhelmed by the number of entries that all classes […]

25Mar
2020
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Are you up for the challenge?

Each week, the team at St Vincent’s will select a few children each week to star in St Vincent’s very own… #HomeLearning challenge! All you need to do is send in an image of an activity you are completing while at home, whether it be an activity from the Mindful March calendar, the PE activity […]

23Mar
2020
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Lord, I pray for my family. May you bless them always. Keep them with health and obedience.

While we may be ‘social distancing’ and self-isolating as a preventative measure, these trials and tribulations need us all to work together now more than ever. While we cannot attend mass gatherings and physically be there to support one another, we can still pray together for what lies ahead.

23Mar
2020
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Audible Stories – The audiobook platform where anyone can listen for free

“Kids everywhere can instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across six different languages, that will help them continue dreaming, learning, and just being kids.” Just over the weekend, Audiobook announced that they would provide the the streaming service for free. No logins or bank details required – just click right here to […]

12Feb
2020
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Cross Country Club off to a flying start

This week, our weekly cross country club started. Children from KS2 are all invited to attend; it was great to see a large number of children participating from all age ranges. Our next cross country meeting will be on Wednesday the 26th of February at 12:45. Remember to bring suitable footwear and a bag to […]

11Feb
2020
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2020 Olympic Games

As part of our body of work on the upcoming Olympic games, children from Elm class have been hard at work – creating presentations on the history and development of the modern Olympic Movement. Their work will be shared with pupils from all year groups and later be accessible on our school blog. This has […]

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