Molly in Year 2 is just one of our children who pursues interests outside of school. Her passion is for Irish dancing. Molly recently participated in a regional competition where she reached an impressive 19th out of 28, despite an unfortunate slip on stage. She was proud of her achievement and is now more determined than ever to achieve a higher place in her next competition, with the ultimate aim of reaching world championship level.
Molly is demonstrating the school value of 'endurance' - keep up the hard work!
PSA Christmas Poster Competition
Just before the half term holidays, the PSA launched their annual Christmas Poster competition in association with the Handelsbanken in Queen's Park. Winners and runners up from each year group were awarded with a rosette and the overall winner will have their poster made into the advert for the school Christmas Fair.
This year for Black History Month, the children learned about different black inventors. By the end of October, many beautiful and informative displays were popping up around the school showing off the children's new found knowledge. On the Thursday before half-term, Years 1 to 6 participated in a Black History Month assembly to share their learning with the rest of the school.
Out of school...
We are very proud of our children's achievements, both in and out of school.
Henry T in Year 5 has been successful in his audition to become a Temple Church chorister and is involved in their intensive musical training programme. This involves attending rehearsals 4 days a week in addition to church services. He is truly demonstrating the Princess Frederica school value of Service.
For information about other celebrations and events this term, please refer back to the Head's Blog page.