Children’s University Newsletter - Winter 2017
Feb 2018 Choristers Wanted Y4/5/6 upwards
St Cuthbert’s Church are looking for new choristers – boys and girls to join their choir. Well done to the children who have already been along to see what it's like and sung in church on Sunday!
There will be red robes for them to wear like the rest of the choir and after 5 weeks they will be promoted to wearing a white surplus on top too.
Commitment is a choir practice at St Cuthbert's Church on Fridays 6pm-7pm and Sunday morning service from 10.45am until noon. It is led by organist and choirmaster Paul Jones.
The children will learn to read notational music, and many other skills, self-discipline, teamwork and will have the opportunity to work towards graded awards.
If your child is interested in joining please ask Mrs Roberts ( Music teacher ) for a letter. Children must be in Y4,5,6 or above. Places are limited.
Healthy Champions met with Mr Griffiths (Catering Manager) at the end of last term to discuss the current dinner menus, what they liked about them and ideas for changes to the meals in the New Year.
In December, Year 3 were extremely lucky to take part in workshops with Dan Purvis. Dan is a local Olympic gymnast, who we hold as great inspiration in the subject of Physical Education at Churchtown Primary School.
On Friday 8th December 2017, 3 pupils from Year 4 and 3 pupils from Year 5 represented Churchtown Primary School in the local School Games boccia competition at Stanley High School.
A group of children were recently taken to Merchant Taylors' School in Crosby to participate in a Year 5 football tournament
On Friday 24th November 2017, Ella, Amber and Erin attended the Primary New Age Kurling Competition with Mrs Hipwell at Stanley High School.
Churchtown Primary entered in to a Basketball tournament for the first time last week and the mixed Year 5 and 6 A team of girls and boys won! Not only that, but the extremely strong B team, also made up of mixed children from Years 5 and 6, came an excellent third.
A very successful event discussing all the key matters over E-safety and answering any questions parents may have. All the information provided is on the powerpoint below.
A team of Year 5 and 6 girls participated in the Premier League Stars tournament at Anfield Community Sports Centre with the aim of representing Liverpool FC
Flying High at Stanley High School
It's Panto Time!