April 30th, 2013
A group of Year 6 children have been taking part in a Business Enterprise Project, led by Mrs Dunbar. Ciara, Tom, Lucas, Lucy and Daisy began the day by having a “Working Breakfast” before pitching their idea to a group of local Dragons. Their project “Customtopia” is to sell customised items. They hope to win a trip to London. Well done and good luck.
January 28th, 2013
The England left-back visited our school, to support a special healthy-lifestyle class and help pupils to understand the importance of eating nutritious food.
Baines talked to the children in Year 5 as they were planning a healthy dinner and told them about his favourite meals and a typical diet for a professional footballer
Leighton Baines also promoted this message by taking part in a coaching session with Year 5 pupils to demonstrate how football, and sport in general, is a fun way to keep active and fit.
“As professional footballers, we have a whole team of people making sure we eat and train in the correct way to make sure we stay at the top of our game,” Baines said. “It’s important children understand from a young age that they need to look after themselves by eating healthily and initiatives like this show that keeping fit can be fun, too.
To see more about his visit go to the Premier League Web Site
and Granada Reports
December 14th, 2012
Today we were delighted to welcome Father Christmas who distributed presents to the children which will be opened on Party Day next week.
THANK YOU FATHER CHRISTMAS
December 5th, 2012
As you may know Mrs Claire Yates will be starting her maternity leave on December 7th, we wish her and her family all the very best. On the same day Miss Grace McMahon is moving to a new home and job in the South of England; we wish her well in her future life.
We will be welcoming a new teacher Mrs Emma Latham who will be taking the Nursey class from January. Mrs Vicky Mooney will be teaching the Year 2 class.
November 16th, 2012
November 16th, 2012
To celebrate the schools commitment to swimming and in recognition of our swimming achievements Camile, Missie and Olivia were invited to represent the school at a Presentation Celebration Event. The children began by meeting “Fruit” who were there collecting for Children in Need. They enjoyed some delicious food and drink and then were treated to a talk by three swimmers from Liverpool who have all swum for the GB swim team.
Then came the presentation, they were delighted to represent the school in accepting the award. The girls then had a photo opportunity with the GB swimmers. Well done girls you were excellent representatives of the school.
October 19th, 2012
We are absolutely delighted to let you know that Ellie has been elected as a Junior Lord Mayor to represent the Liverpool Schools Parliament. For one month during the year Ellie will accompany the Liverpool Lord Mayor to functions and events; wearing a special Mayoral Chain. Well done Ellie we look forward to lots of photographs and reports about what you have been doing.
July 4th, 2012
22 Children were invited to Liverpool Hope University to receive their certificates and medals awarded after taking part in extra curricular activities. Dressed in Cap & Gown the children were presented with their awards in front of their family and invited guests.
To achieve their awards the children had to take part in between 30 & 130 hours of activities which included: Football, Dance, Ju Jitsu, Art, Photography, Hockey, Tennis and swimming and many more over the past few years.
The children who attended the Dance Club were asked to put on a performance of their dance “Thriller” at the awards ceremony. They put on a fantastic show in front of an audience of hundreds.
Very well done to all who took part.
June 26th, 2012
The World Sports Day held on Monday 25th June was a fantastic day with all the children taking part in at least one sporting activity. There was Slalom, Boccia, Egg and Spoon Races, Sprints, Jumping, Throwing and Swimming.
The overall winning team was EUROPE and all the winning children received a Special Commemorative Gold Medal. The winning swimming team was THE AMERICAS and the team members also were presented with a commemorative Gold Medal. All other children received a certificate.
June 16th, 2012
Children to take part in Sports Day Event
as part of National Sports Day Olympic 2012 Celebrations
On Monday 25th June all the children in Springwood Heath Primary School will be taking part in a wide variety of different sports to commemorate the London 2012 Olympic and Para Olympic Games.
The day will begin with an Opening Ceremony with dances performed by the children and a parade of flags from different nations. The children will be divided into five teams to represent the five continents and wear the five colours corresponding to the five rings of the Olympic Flag.
All the children will take part in events including slalom, Boccia, sprinting, throwing and jumping. In the afternoon the action will move to the school’s swimming pool where a Mini Gala will take place with children from Year 1 to Year 6 taking part in a range of different events.
The day will end with a closing ceremony and the distribution of prizes to the winning team.