Shape conference 2019

Friday, 22 November 2019

On Thursday 21st November, many of the children who attended our community club last year, as well as some new children, presented our idea of launching a family baking club in school. The children discussed how we would spend our funding and how our idea is sustainable. The children spoke about the importance of using our sustainable school garden to grow vegetables, how the baking club could help to develop a wide variety of skills and our future ideas for a St Philip’s recipe book celebrating our diverse school community.

Well done children, you presented our project in a professional manner and answered any questions with confidence. You are a credit to us!

Junior PCSO Training

Tuesday, 19 November 2019

Our latest PCSOs were excited to receive their training as they begin their role in school. The children learnt about issues that affect St Philip’s and the local community and how they can play a role in helping to raise awareness and tackle these issues.

We look forward to seeing the impact made by our wonderful team of Junior PCSOs!

Remembrance Day 2019

Tuesday, 12 November 2019

Our children across school observed the 2 minute silence at 11am on Monday 11th November to commemorate Armistice Day. The children displayed reverence and respect as we remembered all those brave menand women who have lost their lives in conflict. Thank you to Year 4 for also creating such a beautiful display for Remembrance.

‘At the going down of the sun and in the morning

we will remember them.’

B Tales theatre group present an anti-bullying week show

Tuesday, 12 November 2019

To support our focus on Anti-Bullying week ‘The Change starts with us’ B Tales theatre group joined us on Monday 11th November to present their anti-bullying show. The children understood the key messages of taking responsibility for our actions as well as the importance of the gospel value of forgiveness. Following this, each class engaged in work related ot the story of Zaccheus to support our learning during this important week.

Thank you to B Tales for another amazing show!

All Souls Collective Worship

Wednesday, 6 November 2019

Our wonderful Mission Team prepared and led our whole school in a very solemn worship service this morning as we reflected on November being the month of Holy Souls. We listened to scripture, engaged in silent prayer and took forth with us the message to continue to pray for Holy Souls throughout November. Our Mission Team have also prepared a Remembrance basket for children to offer a prayer for those who have died throughout this month. 

‘Blessed are those who die in the Lord.’

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