Parents Lunchtime Opportunity – Monday 21st May

St Catherine’s and ISS (our catering provider) will be hosting an opportunity for parents to have lunch at school with their child on Monday 21st May.  You will be able to meet your child in the dining hall, be served a full meal from the kitchen and sit with your child to eat it, giving […]

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Poster Competition

Thank you to everyone who entered the Unofficial One Way System Poster Competition. The JTA’s had a very tough time choosing the winners from Key Stage 1 and 2. The winners and the runners up received a fantastic goody bag full of prizes. Congratulations to: Runners Up Key Stage 1: Lilla Ratoti 2R Key Stage […]

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British Science Week 2018

Wow, what an exciting week we have had at St. Catherine’s! The week began with the children and staff coming to school dressed in a wide variation of scientific costumes. I was so impressed with how creative the costumes were! Throughout the week we have welcomed Owl Time, Dog’s Trust Charity, Mad Science and a […]

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British Science Week 2018

British Science Week, run by the British Science Association is a ten-day celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths running from the 9th – 18th March. The theme for this year’s science week is ‘exploration and discovery.’ Next week the children will be encouraged to think about everyday discoveries and how they affect their lives […]

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Railway Network Assemblies

On Monday the KS2 children learnt about the importance of safety on the railways when we were visited by Rail Enforcement Officers from Great Northern  Railway. They spoke to the children about how to safely travel on trains, what to do if they need help and who to go to. The children, as always, were […]

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World Book Day

Thank you to Miss Coy for organizing our World Book Day. It was wonderful to see the children and some of the teaching staff really  embracing this opportunity. World Book Day is a celebration! It’s a celebration of authors, illustrators, books and (most importantly) it’s a celebration of reading. In fact, it’s the biggest celebration […]

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