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Alex Goes Back To School! | St.Helens R.F.C.

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Careers advice from Alex Walmsley

Careers advice from Alex Walmsley
Alex popped into school with one of our Parent Governors Chris Milow to discuss his previous career as an Quantity Surveyor and his current career as a professional rugby player. See the link to the Saints website for more information and photos.

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Free event for parents and the community

Free event for parents and the community
If you are interested in attending this FREE event in school on Tuesday then please contact Mrs Farrell or the school office as soon as possible to book your place.
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St Helens Adult Learning Awards

St Helens Adult Learning Awards
Last night we attended the St Helens Adult Learning Awards in the Town Hall. We are proud to say that one of our parents, Mark Holland, was awarded the Family Learning Learner of the Year award. Mark fought off stiff competition from parents from other schools across borough. He was awarded the honour for his contribution to his sons' learning and supporting the learning of other children during our Family Learning sessions. Congratulations Mark!
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One Sun, One World

One Sun, One World
Children from Sutton Oak, along with others from St. Peter’s CE, Newton and Sherdley CP, took part in a super concert at St. Helens Town Hall. Accompanied by a full symphony orchestra made up of students and tutors from the Music Service, they told the story of our amazing world and challenged us to look after it better. Commissioned by the World Wildlife Fund, the concert brought together a celebration of all the wonderful animals, plants and places with the important message about the need for its conservation.
A very big, ‘Well done!’ to the children who worked so hard to learn all the songs and performed so brilliantly at such a big event. We are very proud of you all!
Mrs Littler
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