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After School Clubs

Autumn 2017 Timetable 

 

CLUB

NIGHT

TIME

YEAR

TEACHER

Dance

Tuesday

3.15-4.15

3

Dance Teacher

Choir

Tuesday

3.15-4.15

5/6

Miss Shirley

Basketball

Tuesday

3.15-4.15

5

Mr Kavanagh

Cooking

Wednesday

3.15-4.15

4

Mrs Shirley/Mrs Jannece

Tag Rugby

Wednesday

3.15-4.15

6

Miss Callander

Digital Leaders

Thursday

3.15-4.15

3/4/5/6

Mrs Harris

 

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Cooking Club

 

November 2015

The Y4 children love Tuesday's because they get to go to crochet club. What a wonderful skill to have learned from Mrs Squibb. Thank you Mrs Squibb for giving your time to teach these children a new hobby.

October 2015

On the 7th October, the Year 4, 5 and 6 children competed in the Borough Cross Country competition. Thank you to the parents that took the children there and supported them. There was over 1000 children competing in the competition. I am very proud of our school as always. Well done to you all!

September 2015

The children in Year 3 had the best time at their first week of football club with Mr Corcoran. Their skills are improving every day. I am looking forward to their first match already. Well done Year 3!

 

July 2015

Athletics competition 2015

St. Teresa's held an athletics competition against St. Vincent's today. It was a wonderful afternoon with all of the children trying their best. It was St. Vincent's first athletics event and they made their school very proud with some fantastic wins.  St. Teresa's were the overall 2015 winners!!

Thank you to everyone that helped me organize the event, teachers, teaching assistants and of course the children. Once again I am very proud of our little school.

 

CONGRATULATIONS ST. TERESA'S!!!

Mrs Harris

 

 Sewing and Craft Club

Autumn term 2014

Year 4 have been busy this term making some fantastic creations. First they worked on their sewing skills. They practised threading the needle and tying knots. They used a piece of canvas to make a sample of different sewing stitches e.g. running, cross, half stitch. They also tried drawing designs for the centre of the samplers. The end result was some super coasters.

  

Next they made tea lights by designing and cutting out tissue paper Christmas designs. They learnt how delicate tissue paper is to use in crafting.

 

Finally they learnt some danish weaving and made baskets. This was much trickier than your basic weaving but we got there with help and perseverence.

Keep crafting. I wonder what they will make next?

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