St. Philip's Catholic Primary & Nursery School

"In the light of Christ, where everyone is valued and learning is celebrated"

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This page contains information and media showcasing the amazing things that we are achieving beyond the curriculum.
Year 6 Leavers Production

Unfortunately, we weren't able to have the fully packed performance of our Year 6 Leavers Production this year, but here we have added a recording of their final practise before they took to the stage. \n\n

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Mrs McGrath Tribute

Spelling and word knowledge are key components in the process of learning to read and write. Spelling Shed makes the learning of these key skills fun and engaging for pupils.

The Spelling Shed scheme aligns with the English National Curriculum and, as the scheme is fully editable, it can be used alongside the existing spelling schemes that we use at St. Philip's.  The low-stakes games, quizzes and reward systems ensure that children find spelling fun. The games can be played in class or assigned for home learning, making them perfect for in-school learning or homework.  

Here at St. Philip's, our classes have been competing against each other to see who can earn the most points on Spelling Shed and claim the weekly trophy!  Click on image above to see how our classes are performing!

Special mention must also go to the children achieving the Top 5 scores for this week:

1st - Chloe (4AV) - 269,557,564
2nd - Emmanuel (5EO) - 49,170,680
3rd - Elizabeth - (2AC) - 41,756,856
4th - Rosina (4EC) - 34,850,944
5th - Joseph (3SL) - 33,997,980

Congratulations on a super effort!


Sports Day

Monday 28th June saw St. Philip's celebrate Sports Day.  The day consisted of various races split into year groups.  There were plenty of exciting finishes and a few stumbles along the way, but there were smiles all round!  Below are some photos showcasing how well the children did in various events.  Well done to everyone!



Congratulations to our U11 girls football team who represented St. Philip's in a recent friendly against St. Mary's CoE.  It was a first outing for the team with some playing their very first competitive football match ever.  The friendly was an exciting affair, with plenty of goals, and players from both sides played very well.  Congratulations girls, hopefully this is the start of an exciting new squad!


Congratulations to our U11 mixed football team who represented St. Philip's in a recent friendly against St. Mary's CoE.  Although the match ended in defeat, their performance was impressive and many were also making their school debuts. Well done everyone!

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