Sutton Oak C.E Primary School Blog

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KS2 Concert

KS2 Concert
A big well done to everyone who played an instrument at our annual concert this morning. The subject of music is definitely a strength in our school. 
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Congratulations!

Congratulations!
I was thrilled to find out that Mark Holland was awarded Family Learning Learner of the Year award 2017. Family Learning at Sutton Oak C of E Primary School goes from strength to strength!
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Dance Club

Yesterday members of our Dance Club performed at the annual St Helens Youth Dance Festival at the Theatre Royal. They were a credit to the school and their parents. Well done!
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PGL

PGL
I was fortunate enough to accompany the Y5/6 children on the annual PGL adventure holiday to Boreatton Park in Shropshire. The children had an amazing experience and I was really impressed with the way they tackled the challenging activities they faced. Their attitude and behaviour were exemplary. I would like to thank all the staff involved who gave up their time to ensure that the trip was a success.
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A Wonderful Gesture

A Wonderful Gesture
We are extremely proud of Megan, Mia and Charlie for their wonderful donation to charity during the Easter break. The three girls decided they would chop off their long hair and donate it to the Little Princess Trust, a charity which provides wigs and hair pieces for children who suffer hair loss due to cancer treatment.

This is what the girls had to say about it:
‘We, as sisters, decided we would get our hair cut short for a cancer trust, so they can make wigs for children just like us. We have had a few relatives who have passed away after fighting cancer which makes us sad. However, we are pleased to know our hair has been made into at least 3 or 4 wigs because of how long it was. We are very happy with our short hair and we hope the children will enjoy their wigs. We also hope to inspire others to do the same.’

Well done girls!
See www.littleprincesses.org.uk for more information on the charity.
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