Year 3: St George's News items

Flu nasal programme NOV 2021, by Mrs McCarthy

Date: 16th Sep 2021 @ 1:55pm

e-Consent…it’s so easy!

Working in partnership with Wirral Community Health and Care NHS Foundation Trust, we’re delighted to introduce a new way for our parents and carers to consent to their school aged children’s vaccinations.

You can now provide e-Consent for all your child’s vaccinations with the click of a button, using your mobile phone, computer, laptop or tablet. 

The new e-Consent process is:

  • safe and secure
  • easy to use
  • convenient and saves time
  • friendly to the environment - saves paper

How it works:

  • you’ll receive an email or text from ourselves with a link to the e-Consent form
  • the form is simple and easy to complete
  • once you’ve completed the e-Consent form, click ‘submit’
  • you’ll receive an email to confirm the form has been received securely
  • the Trust’s Immunisation Team will receive your child’s form via a secure portal
  • if you’ve consented, your child will have their vaccine here in school

Remember, the new e-Consent process is easy, secure and convenient!

For information of ALL school age vaccinations please visit  wchc.nhs.uk/econsent/

To complete your child’s vaccination e-Consent forms, visit wchcimms.co.uk 

Each school has a unique code to access the consent, please see your child’s school code below.

SCHOOL:      St George’s Primary School                      CODE: WC104995

If you have any queries about the new e-Consent process, please call the Immunisation Team on 0151 514 2510.

Ministers resilience assembly, by Miss Hughes

Date: 17th Sep 2021 @ 2:37pm

What a delight it was to have our Year 3 and Year 4 children together again for our first ministers assembly back in our new classes. We were so lucky to have one of our ministers Ian Henderson speak to us about resilience and the importance how we respond when something bad or unexpected happens. 

It has really given us a boost to start the year with a positive attitude and approach each challenge with a smile of determination. 

 

Farewell to Mrs Dobson, by Mrs Walters

Date: 19th Jul 2021 @ 3:13pm

St George's said goodbye to Mrs Dobson, deputy manager of Dragon Club, today after 28 years at school.

Although she will not retire officially until next week we had a small farewell in the outdoor classroom at lower site.

Mrs Dobson was presented with lots of flowers and gifts including her very own blue plaque!

We will miss her but hope she enjoys retirement and stays in touch.

3B Virtual Rock Wrangle, by Miss Cummings

Date: 15th Jul 2021 @ 3:56pm

3B's virtual Rock Wrangle was absolutely fantastic today! All of the children put so much effort into their wonderful costumes and brought great enthusiasm and positivity into their live virtual lessons. I loved how supportive they all were of one another. I am so proud of everybody for taking part in their battle against 3D and for giving it their 100% effort. As well as our TT Rockstars battle we enjoyed playing times tables bingo, designing our own TT Rockstars avatars and especially singing, dancing and rocking out to lots of rock songs!!

Well done to our top 5 players during the battle - Jenson W, Jenson C, Daisy, Imogen and Ella. Jenson W was crowned the top ROCKSTAR of the battle, as he earned the most points! Taylor won the award for most improved player and Ethan was awarded with most effort. A huge well done to every single one of you who participated today. You are all truly ROCK LEGENDS!!!

Here are a few photographs from the day!

I have had the best day with you all and I hope you all enjoyed it! Keep up the hard work 3B - I am so unbelievably proud of you all!! 

3D Virtual Rock Wrangle, by Miss Mulheirn

Date: 15th Jul 2021 @ 3:15pm

3D's virtual Rock Wrangle was absolutely fantastic! All of the children put so much effort into their wonderful costumes and brought great enthusiasm and positivity into their live lessons today. I am so proud of everybody for taking part in their battle against 3B...and for winning the battle too! We also enjoyed a few rounds of bingo, designing our own avatars and singing along to lots of rock songs!

Our top 5 players were Alice, Maya, James, Jacob and Bethany. Coco won the award for most improved player and James was awarded with most effort.

Here are a few photographs from the day. Keep up the hard work, 3D! I have had the best day with you all :)

3C Sports Day, by Miss Bennett

Date: 9th Jul 2021 @ 4:54pm

3C had a fantastic morning on Thursday taking part in sports day. All the children showed great resilience, determination and sportsmanship in their events and cheered each other on. 

The day ended well with us being overall winners. CONGRATULATIONS 3C! We are very proud of you.

3B Sports Day!, by Miss Cummings

Date: 9th Jul 2021 @ 4:37pm

3B had a wonderful time celebrating Sports Day yesterday! They competed in the races superbly and showed outstanding team spirit. The children cheered each other on and showed great teamwork, while enjoying themselves! I am extremely proud of them and they should be super proud of themselves! 

3A Sports Day, by Mrs Kisby

Date: 9th Jul 2021 @ 4:09pm

3A were absolute stars on Sports Day. They showed great resilience, teamwork and were great sportsman ensuring that they cheered on each other as well as everyone else in the year. Superb Morning of sporting activity. 

3D's Sports Day, by Miss Mulheirn

Date: 8th Jul 2021 @ 3:39pm

3D performed superbly during Sports Day. They demonstrated excellent teamwork, communication and resilience, making me extremely proud! We had such a fun morning and can't wait already for next year.

Here are a few pictures of the various races :) 

Councillor Lewis meets our school Eco Team, by Mrs Walters

Date: 7th Jul 2021 @ 4:35pm

The Y3/4 Eco Team met Councillor Ian Lewis today to talk to him about improving the air quality at St George's.

The children presented facts about air pollution; 

  • It can affect children’s lung development during pregnancy and after birth.
  • It can have a detrimental impact on your mathematical ability
  • It causes heart and lung diseases and may even contribute to mental health issues.

They shared some of the initiatives we have at St George's including WOW - encouraging children to walk, scoot or ride to school and house plants in each classroom

They also shared some solutions including their idea of installing clean air islands that would improve the air quality around our school. 

Marking Armed Forces day with the RAFA Club, by Mrs Walters

Date: 21st Jun 2021 @ 12:08pm

Children from years 3 and 4 took part in a ceremony at the RAFA Club on St George's Road today to mark Armed Forces Day.

The children read lines as part of the ceremony and listened to the blessing, prayers and the National Anthem.

They each received a goodie bag from the RAFA Club inclduing badges, slap bands and instructions on making a paper aeroplane - thank you to club members for their kindness.

Radio City mascot visit, by Mrs Walters

Date: 17th Jun 2021 @ 2:28pm

We were thrilled to have a special visitor today when Courage the Cat from Radio City's Cash for Cids Appeal visited St George's lower site.

Courage met the year 1 school councillors as well as our own mascot George the Dragon.

We were able to give the appeal a cheque for more than £834 following a non uniform day last term.

 

3D’s Drumming Lesson, by Miss Mulheirn

Date: 14th Jun 2021 @ 12:08pm

3D had a great morning learning new rhythms on the Djembe drums this morning. Here are a couple of videos for you to listen to!

Poster competition winners, by Mrs Walters

Date: 28th May 2021 @ 1:10pm

Congratulations to our talented artists who received certificates  for their fabulous posters this week.

The overall winner in the handwashing poster competition run by Murrayfield Spire was Ava in year 3 - congratulations!

Sophia, year 6 and Noah, year 2, were the runners up.

Well done to everyone!

60 Second Challenge - Star Jumps, by Mr Thomas

Date: 23rd Apr 2021 @ 3:08pm

Star Jump Competition 

 

 

 

 

 

Throughout the school, the children have been taking part in a 60 second, personal best challenges. The current challenge the children were taking part in involved seeing how many star jumps they could complete in 60 seconds, competing against other children in their class and other classes in their year group.

In Years 3 and 4, the children have been enthusiastically taking part at the start of P.E lessons, at playtimes and at home, in order to beat their personal best scores in preparation for competition week. 

The results have been counted. Here are the class totals:

1st-  3A 2752

2nd- 3C 2423

3rd-   3D 2027

4th- 3B 1987

 

1st-  4D 2718

2nd-  4A 2514

3rd-  4B 2219

4th- 4C 1935

Congratulations to our winners- 3A and 4D, and to all classes for showing great resilience, enthusiasm and determination to improve your personal best scores.

Congratulations also goes to our bronze, silver, and gold medal winners in each class, who managed to record the highest total number of star jumps in their classes.

The next 60 second challenge starts this week, and runs until the 14th May.  This personal best challenge is to complete as many burpees as you can in 60 seconds. The activity card is attached below! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

St George’s Day Celebrations in Years 3 and 4, by Miss Mulheirn

Date: 23rd Apr 2021 @ 1:36pm

The children in years three and four have had a wonderful time celebrating St George’s Day. Not only have they enjoyed a tasty picnic in the sunshine, they have also performed a song about St George in the style of a sea shanty. Watch the videos to see their wonderful singing, dancing and drumming!

Celebrating St George's Day, by Mrs Walters

Date: 23rd Apr 2021 @ 12:31pm

We celebrated St George's Day in style today with singing, art and a picnic lunch in the sunshine.

The school was a mass of red and white with flags and bunting as well as children and staff wearing the colours of the England flag.

Each class joined in a singing event in the morning before the catering teams provided everyone with a picnic lunch of a sausage roll and cone of chips.

Easter cupcakes for the end of term, by Mrs Walters

Date: 24th Mar 2021 @ 1:53pm

Our catering team have been busy once again helping to celebrate the end of term by making and decorating Easter cupcakes for the children. They will be on offer as part of lunchtime over the next few days.

Year 3 Let's Count, by Miss Mulheirn

Date: 19th Mar 2021 @ 4:53pm

This week, Year 3 have been learning all about the census. Today they collected data to see how everyone travelled to school and represented the information using bar charts. After, they compared data across the Year 3 classes, answered questions and created their own. Have a look at their brilliant work...

World Book Day Themed Lunch, by Mrs Walters

Date: 4th Mar 2021 @ 1:44pm

Our catering teams used their imagination today to mark World Book Day, from the 'Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs' themed lunch to Harry Potter inspired decorations and lunch served by one of the 101 dalmations at upper site!

We hope everyone enjoyed their special lunch today. We have lots more planned includong a week of themed lunches to mark St George's Day.

Chinese New Year at St George's, by Mrs Walters

Date: 11th Feb 2021 @ 2:26pm

Children and staff celebrated Chinese New Year today with a special menu organised by our catering team.

The lunch included spring rolls, Chinese chicken and spicy noodles and proved popular with everyone at both sites!

Safer Internet Day 2021, by Mrs Price

Date: 5th Feb 2021 @ 2:03pm

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Safer Internet Day is Tuesday 9th February. 

During the week all children will be taking part in Safer Internet lessons and assemblies. 

At a time where children are spending more time online duirng this is more important than ever. 

There are competitions running through the week on the children's learning platforms to encourage the children to get involved. 

 

Year 3's Daisy - Running Superhero!!, by Miss Cummings

Date: 22nd Jan 2021 @ 4:12pm

Year 3 student Daisy has shown brilliant resilience, determination and kindness over the past couple of weeks. As well as completing all of her school work at home, Daisy has been working super hard to raise money for charity. She has been running to raise money for the charity War Child. So far Daisy has ran a huge 19 miles!!!!

Well done Daisy! We are all so proud of you and are supporting you every step of the way! You are an absolute super star!

If you would like to support Daisy and help her raise money for charity, you can follow the link here to donate: https://peaceband.warchild.org.uk/fundraising/daisys-run-for-war-child

Y3/4 Virtual Author Visit with Josh Lacey, by Miss Cummings

Date: 21st Jan 2021 @ 12:04pm

Year 3 and 4 had a wonderful afternoon yesterday. All of the children at home and in school were lucky enough to have the opportunity of a virtual visit with author Josh Lacey! Josh is the author of many popular children’s books. He introduced the children to one of his new books and he even answered some of their questions. The children thoroughly enjoyed learning about his books and learning about the process of becoming an author.

If you would like to purchase any of his books please follow the link here: https://www.beyond-books.co.uk/collections/josh-lacey

 

Here you can watch Miss Lewis reading one of Josh Lacey’s books – The Dragonsitter:

https://www.loom.com/share/d33793fafee945699cb3c0fee64895cb

 

There are some other links here if you want to find out more about Josh Lacey:

http://joshlacey.com/index.php/the-dragonsitter/

https://wordsforlife.org.uk/virtual-school-library/say-no-to-plastic-with-josh-lacey/

 

 

G'day mate! St George's celebrates Australia Day!, by Mrs Walters

Date: 21st Jan 2021 @ 12:15pm

Staff and children at lower site enjoyed lunch Down Under today as we marked Australia Day with a special meal.

Although the day itself is on 26th January the catering team took the opportunity to decorate the Dragon Diner with balloons and some familiar furry friends to keep an eye on the event.

Everyone thoroughly enjoyed lunch which included roast lamb and a delicious caramel shortbread.

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