St Michael’s Blog

Year 5 Remembrance Service

Our Year 5 led a beautiful Remembrance Service this morning. It was so lovely to welcome parents, grandparents and neighbours to share this event with us.

Book Fayre

Thank you to everyone that supported the School Book Fayre – we sold a massive £742.00 worth of books which means that we have earned just over £200 to spend with The Book People on new books for the school.  The chidlren are always thrilled when new books arrive in the classroom. We have now…

English Week

We have kicked off our English Week with a fantastic start. We had an army of parents who offered up their time to speak to the children about their jobs for which we are extremely grateful. The children have thought about the jobs that they would like to do when they are older and some…

Year 5&6 Workout

Year 5 & 6 have enjoyed taking part in Joe Wicks’ school workout. At 10am children from around the country joined Joe for a live workout. The aim of the session was to get 1 million school children to take part in exercise. Although the exercises were hard, the children said they could really feel…

Year 6 reading buddies

Year 6 made dens this afternoon and wanted to show their Reception buddies. So Reception read to their buddies in a den which was very exciting. 

Year 5 Yarn bombers visit

Year 5 had a visit from St Michael’s Yarn Bombers on Tuesday 6th of June. The class really enjoyed finding out more about yarn bombing and looking at samples of their work. This term, the class will be creating a piece of cross-stitching so they were really inspired by the yarn bombers and their amazing…

Photos from the past request

We have been contacted by Kate Maisey from the Gloucestershire Archives with the following request.  If you have any information regarding the photographs, please contact Kate direct. The Winterbourne school archive which is held on deposit here includes some informal photographs of pupils in the playground and the canteen, dated 1947.  (They were clearly taken…

SARI Assemblies

Thank you to SARI (Stand Against Racism and Inequality) who came into talk to both the Infants and the Juniors in assembly about racist bullying. The children learnt a lot about living in a multi-cultural society.