Today, a group of our Year 6’s left for their residential to PGL. They were all very excited as they left this morning. Mr Watkins, Mrs Sprackling and Mrs Pugh are supporting all of the children there.
They arrived safely at the centre and enjoyed having a spot of lunch in the sunshine!
One of our Year 6 students, Harrison, has written about what life is like in Year 6 at St Mary’s. Read his thoughts here:
Behind the scenes of year6
Year 5 took part in the Imagine Festival this year. As a class, they wrote part of a book called ‘The Adventures of Tap and Switch’. Schools from all over London participated and came together for the launch of the book at the Southbank Centre. We have copies of the book in the library if you would like to read it!
On Thursday, children from Years 3, 4, 5 and 6 took part in the Westminster cross country competition in Regent’s Park. There were over 20 schools taking part and overall, St Mary’s came 11th! There were top 20 finishes for some pupils and excellent sporting conduct throughout. Well done!
Yesterday, some children in Year 5 and Year 6 took part in the Westminster Tag Rugby tournament in Regent’s Park. They had skills training and then played 3 matches against other Westminster schools. They didn’t emerge victorious this time but they scored some points and made lots of tags! It was a great day and we are very proud of the children’s determination, sporting attitudes and enthusiasm.
Today , our KS2 children were joined at Paddington Rec by the Year 4 and 6 children from All Souls School for our annual KS2 school cross country competition. The children had a great day and demonstrated how all their efforts in the daily mile are paying off.
We saw a lot of determination and enthusiasm, alongside smiles and encouragement from all the children.
Some of the winners will go on to represent the school at the Westminster inter-school competition in October.
Thank you to All Souls, as well as all the parents who came along to help out and to support their children.