Children’s Mental Health Week

Next week at St Catherine’s, we are eagerly gearing up for Children’s Mental Health Week, an important initiative focused on promoting emotional well-being and mental health awareness among our students. The theme this year is: ‘My Voice Matters’. This theme is about empowering children and young people by providing them with the tools they need […]

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Friendship Week and Odd Socks Day

This Monday 13th November, we will be celebrating Odd Socks Day and next week we will be marking Friendship Week at St Catherine’s. The joyous spirit of embracing individuality will shine as brightly as the mismatched socks worn by students and staff alike. This unique day aims to promote inclusivity and unity, reminding us that […]

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World Mental Health Day

This week, our pupils came together to mark World Mental Health Day with a special focus on enhancing their understanding of mental well-being. Through age-appropriate discussions, engaging activities, and moments of reflection, our young learners delved into the importance of self-care, kindness, and being there for one another. These conversations helped them grasp the significance […]

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World Mental Health Day

Next week, on Tuesday 10th October, we will be celebrating World Mental Health Day here at St Catherine’s. The theme this year is ‘Mental Health is a universal right’. We feel very proud that we have been awarded the gold award for ‘Emotional Health and Wellbeing’ and the children all know the importance of looking […]

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Friendship Week

Here at St Catherine’s we had a superb week celebrating ‘Friendship Week’ and the children took part in a range of engaging activities and learning. In EYFS, the children read the book ‘Monty the Manatee’ and talked about what friendship is. In Year 1, they read a story called ‘Squeaky Mouse’ and they discussed the […]

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Computing and PSHE In Year 3

For their computing and PSHE learning this week, Year 3 took on the roles of barristers, defendants and the jury as their classroom became a courtroom. They heard different ways that people had broken the Computer Misuse Act, who their behaviour impacted and decided how they should be punished.

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