Wednesday, 30 September 2009
Monday, 28 September 2009
The Blogger's presently are : Joe YR6, Sebastian YR6, Jaylene YR6 and Amber YR6!
Joe will try to sniff out stories and sucsessful learning throughout the school and post it on the Blog and so will the other bloggers!
Friday, 25 September 2009
Congratulations to Christian in the Later Year Primary (Y5/6) who has been selected to attend the Gifted & Talented sessions this year at the University of the West of England (UWE).
Last June Christian attended Sports Sessions along with 220 other pupils from across Bristol, after being nominated by St Josephs for excelling at Sports. From the 220 pupils, only 30 have been selected as being the best from the Bristol area and therefore invited to take part in the sessions at the University. Well done Chris!
Wednesday, 23 September 2009
Standing there, I could see a stunning ancient Greek temple. The sun shone down onto the tall stone pillars, creating huge dark shadows. Tourists were like tiny ants gathering on its golden steps.
Peering over the edge of a cliff, I can see a beautiful view below. The shinning sea, was as blue as the sky above. The land below looked like clay models. I can just make out there is a wreck of an old battered boat left on the beach shore.
Tuesday, 22 September 2009
Here is Niamh's psalm:
Great and powerful God, thank you for the beginning of the world. Thank you for my special life. I can speak, I can walk, I can do anything at all. Thank you for the trees, the sun, the moon, stars and planets. Thank you for the animals. Thank you for the colour in the world.
Well done Niamh
By Mr Sherwin
Monday, 21 September 2009
The motif of an olive branch can also represent "hope for peace" and even a peace offering from one person to another, as in the phrase "extend an olive branch"
Below are some of our Peace Day prayers
Saturday, 19 September 2009
Friday, 18 September 2009
Jack Underhill and Leigh Smith went beside Morrisons, where sustrans got a crystal trophey and a Award signed by the Queen. Then the Lord Lietutenant of Bristol turned up and shook their hands. Next,the photographer came and took their photographs for the Evening Post.
Leigh quoted "I enjoyed it, it was really fun!"
Jack also said "I enjoyed riding my bike to Morrisons".
If you would like to find out more then click on the link below.
Comments from the children
Joe T: It was very fun and I got tempted to eat it, but luckily I didn't!
Kelsey F: It was fun and exciting, but very messy!
Daniel A: It was fun, but in the end our's fell over, I guess thats why they call it the leaning tower of pisa.
Tuesday, 8 September 2009
In the end it turned out like a great bite to eat.
IT WAS FUN