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Headteacher's Weekly Update, by Miss Murtagh

Date: 14th Dec 2018 @ 5:53pm

Head teacher’s Weekly Update

A Week of Performances

This week began with our Advent assembly; where Stanley from Class Three, lit the second candle on the wreath, we listened to the Gospel read by Emilia in Class Five, and then there was time for quiet reflection. In the afternoon members of our Mini Vinnies visited the residents of Chaplefields Residential Home in Frodsham.  The children sang Christmas carols, sat, and chatted for a while.  The residents were delighted to see them, and said that they brightened up what was a wet Monday afternoon.

On Tuesday, Years Five and Six visited Chester Catholic High where they watched a performance of Cinderella.  They had a wonderful time and were very impressed with how talented the students are.  We thank all the students and staff at Chester Catholic High for this kind invitation; St. Luke’s pupils thoroughly enjoyed themselves.

On Wednesday, the whole school visited the Storyhouse theatre to watch a performance of ‘The Wizard of Oz’, this was an amazing experience for all; young and old. Thank you to The Friends of St. Luke’s, who through their fundraising were able to subsidise the cost of the trip.   As always we were very proud of all our pupils, particularly of our Year Six pupils with  the care they showed their buddies in the Reception class.

On Thursday and Friday the youngest members of our School; Key Stage One and EYFS, performed their Nativity plays.  Both performances were excellent; children confidently acting, singing, dancing, but most of all enjoying telling the most important story of all.  I along with your parents and teachers am very proud of you all.

There is lots to look forward to next week.  I hope you all have a very enjoyable weekend.

Best wishes

 

E Murtagh

 

Headteacher's Weekly Update, by Miss Murtagh

Date: 14th Dec 2018 @ 5:48pm

Head teacher’s Weekly Update

A Week of Performances

This week began with our Advent assembly; where Stanley from Class Three, lit the second candle on the wreath, we listened to the Gospel read by Emilia in Class Five, and then there was time for quiet reflection. In the afternoon members of our Mini Vinnies visited the residents of Chaplefields Residential Home in Frodsham.  The children sang Christmas carols, sat, and chatted for a while.  The residents were delighted to see them, and said that they brightened up what was a wet Monday afternoon.

On Tuesday, Years Five and Six visited Chester Catholic High where they watched a performance of Cinderella.  They had a wonderful time and were very impressed with how talented the students are.  We thank all the students and staff at Chester Catholic High for this kind invitation; St. Luke’s pupils thoroughly enjoyed themselves.

On Wednesday, the whole school visited the Storyhouse theatre to watch a performance of ‘The Wizard of Oz’, this was an amazing experience for all; young and old. Thank you to The Friends of St. Luke’s, who through their fundraising were able to subsidise the cost of the trip.   As always we were very proud of all our pupils, particularly of our Year Six pupils with  the care they showed their buddies in the Reception class.

On Thursday and Friday the youngest members of our School Key Stage One and EYFS, performed their Nativity plays.  Both performances were excellent; children confidently acting, singing, dancing, but most of all enjoying telling the most important story of all.  I along with your parents and teachers am very proud of you all.

There is lots to look forward to next week.  I hope you all have a very enjoyable weekend.

Best wishes

 

E Murtagh

 

Headteacher's Weekly Update, by Miss Murtagh

Date: 10th Dec 2018 @ 5:00pm

Headteacher's Weekly Update

We began the week with the first of our Advent assemblies; lighting the first candle on the Advent wreath.  All the children joined in prayer and reflection, taking time to think carefully about our preparation. Children in EYFS. Keys Stage One and lower Key Stage Two have taken home their class Nativity; this allows them to share with their families the true meaning of Christmas.

Thank you to Father Kenny and Father Colin for leading our penitential service this week, again a time for reflection and forgiveness.

Our school has contributed a tree to this year’s Christmas Tree Festival at Frodsham Methodist Church; we have continued the theme of Remembrance.  The choir joined other members of the community on Friday afternoon at the opening of the festival.  We do hope you had the chance to visit. 

The annual FoSL Christmas wreath making evening took place last Thursday night.  There was a great atmosphere; creative skills enhanced with a glass of mulled wine and a mince pie.  Those who attended, I am sure will have the best-dressed doors this Christmas time.

I hope you all had an enjoyable weekend; we are looking ahead to another busy week, I am particularly looking forward to our visit to the theatre and all the fun of the pantomime.

 

Best wishes

E Murtagh

Girls Football 5 and 6, by Mr Taylor

Date: 29th Nov 2018 @ 4:28pm

Girls football Year 5 and 6

Another massive achievement – finishing third place.  All of the girls got lots of game time in this competitive tournament with teams entering from Frodsham, Helsby, Elton and Ellesmere Port.  Great football was played and lots of goals were scored.  This team showed resilience, arriving late and with little warmup then hitting the ground running with a victory.  Everyone encouraged each other.  Special mentions to our team who applauded from the side-lines after each match.  Tough tackling, teamwork and an enjoyment of the game could clearly be seen. 

Girls Football, by Mr Taylor

Date: 29th Nov 2017 @ 1:53pm

Congratulations to the Girls who represented our school at the school games tournament.  We won our league scoring lots of goals.  We made it to the semi-finals but lost 2 – 0.  In a freezing cold event all the girls had smiles on their faces they even got to meet the mascot from Chester.  Special mentions to our Goalie, who hit the bar from a goal kick!

Everyone played well and did themselves proud.   

Mr Broome commented that it was great to see the standard of football played.

Some of these girls dont even play for a team outside of school. Frodsham has some very good footballers

 

Basketball Club, by Mr Taylor

Date: 3rd Oct 2017 @ 4:29pm

Basketball club started this week and we have had a geat uptake in those wanting to take part.  We have had to expand the club to run on 2 different nights TUESDAYS and THURSDAYS 

Tuesdays = Year 3 and 4

Thursdays = Year 5 and 6

The aim of these sessions is to impove and develop key skills whilst still having fun!

Thoese in Year 5 and 6 have the opporunity to represent the school at local tournaments

Class 5 Retelling the story Queen of the Falls, by Mr Ellis

Date: 10th May 2017 @ 8:57am

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