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‘Hurray for Heroes!’ Reception Songfest

‘Hurray for Heroes!’ Reception Songfest
Classes One and Two went to the Town Hall this week to join children from other schools in St. Helens in celebrating the heroes who help us every day. From police officers to fire fighters, lollipop ladies and postmen, they sang a big ‘Thank you’ to them all. With the help of two superheroes, they played games, solved the clues to catch the ‘robber’ who stole the ‘magic singing crystals’ and had a lovely time singing with new friends.
Well done everybody!
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Decorate an Egg Competition

Decorate an Egg Competition
We must say a huge thank you to all the parents and adults who helped the children to decorate their egg for the competition. The event was an enormous success and really got us in the mood for the Easter holidays. You should all be very proud of the effort and results of your hard work. The eggs were amazing and made judging the competition very difficult indeed! Happy Easter everyone.
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KS2 Behaviour Treat

KS2 Behaviour Treat
The children really enjoyed the behaviour treat disco with DJ Swift. 
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Young Carers Awareness Day

Young Carers Awareness Day
On Thursday 26th January it was Young Carers Awareness Day. Here at Sutton Oak we held a non-uniform day to raise money for this worthwhile cause.
Ann-Marie came into assembly to give us an insight into what being a young carer is like. Both children and staff where amazed at what some of our young people have to do before they leave the house in a morning.
We raised a total of £153.80 and this was presented to Nichole during assembly last week.
Anyone wanting to donate please follow the link below;
https://carers.org/young-carers-awareness-day
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Music Medals

Music Medals
A very big ‘Well done!’ to all the brass players who have passed their Music Medals this term.
We are very proud of your progress and achievement. Keep up the practice!
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