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A group of our Year Six children had a wonderful time at Robinwood this September.
Bee in the City
Our Bee has now been decorated and sent off to join it's swarm. Our Bee will be displayed at the National Football Museum. You can follow the "Bee in the City Trail" in Manchester over the Summer - it runs from 23rd July to 23rd September.
In July 2018 Manchester will host one of its most spectacular public arts events ever. The bee emblem has been part of the city’s heraldry for over 150 years and is synonymous with the hard working people of Manchester and their sense of community and pioneering creative and industrious spirit. St George's was chosen to decorate one of the bees, which will be displayed in the city.
The children have come up with a variety of designs which were entered into a competition and elements from three different designs are going to be incorporated into our 3D sculpture, which will be displayed in Manchester. After the exhibition the bee will returned to us to display within school.
Winners of the bee design competition
Bee designs - elements of each will be used.
Easter Egg Decorating
Chester Zoo Trip
Years 2 to 6 visited Chester Zoo as part of our Conservation Week. They found out about a range of endangered species and visited the classes' adopted animals.
We all had a lovely day.
Our Year 6 School Councillors visited the houses of parliament London.
The Christmas Tree Festival
We all made a decoration for the festival.
It looked fabulous.
The whole school made Christingles.
Thank you P.T.A. for helping us.
A great afternoon at Stockport County Football Club and they WON !
The parents joined in.
We had a great time singing, despite the cold.
The War memorial at the church
Year 2 wrote prayers
Year 2 made wreaths
We all said prayers to remember those who fought.
The People's Museum
Our School Parliament visited the People's Museum
They took part in a debate
They did a quiz about UK Parliament and Politics.
They learnt about the Peterloo Massacre in Mcr
It was a wonderful day!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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