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The Queen's 90th Birthday Celebrations!
The winner of the Queens cake competition made by Slattery's was Madeleine Ogden. Well Done to all those children who entered.
Finalists for Queens Cake Competition
Semi Finalist Entries for Queens Cake Competition
This year once again we took part in World Book Day 2016, which was an enjoyable experience for all the children. Many arrived at school dressed as their favourite character from a well known children's book. More excitingly this year the children got to explore our new Library bus for the first time.
Manchester Cathedral Competition
Manchester Cathedral is in the process of installing a new organ which will be at the heart of the building and support the worship and musical life of the Cathedral, now and for the future. The “Paint a Pipe” project was launched by Manchester Cathedral Development Project in 2015 to provide educational opportunities for Greater Manchester schools to learn about the organ and discover more about Manchester Cathedral itself. Pipes from the decommissioned organ were collected by schools in September. Since then, pupils from 24 schools have been decorating pipes on the theme of “Musical Manchester” After a long wait St Hilda's Gained 2nd Prize! Our pipes represent historic Manchester bands, Instruments from around the world linking with where our pupils are from and Park Life.
The Library Bus Has Arrived!
After a long wait the school library bus has finally arrived! Soon it will be full of all your favourite authors to read in the new year.
On Friday 25th September we were lucky enough to be visited by the Maasai Warriors from Kenyon. They travel around the United Kingdom performing shows to educate children in the traditional ways tribes live in their country. They shared traditional songs, dances and hunting rituals. It was a great experience.
We had another fantastic Christmas Craft Night this year with an incredible turn out. Lots of people participated in a wide range of Christmas themed activities, which really tested their creativity.
This year our Christingle Service was once again full of parents and carers. This service helps raise money for the Children's Society to continue their work. Thank You! to everyone who supported us.