We are very excited about our Bake Sale Plus on the 7th July. If you would like to help out at the Bake Sale, please use the form below. You can sign up to help out at lunch time or after school. We will need help with things like making posters, setting up stalls, serving on the stalls and clearing up. Please do check with the grown ups at home that it is alright for you to stay after school to help. Once you have offered to help we will send a letter home confirming who has been selected and how long we need them for.
Years 1 to 6 today were shown videos summarising the policies of the 5 main political parties of England. Afterwards, we held a poll in each class. The statement on the ballot paper was: ‘Choose your preferred party’.
Here are the results from our poll of 159 pupils…
Which parties do you think could form a coalition?
As a result of yesterday’s tragic events, I have spoken to the police and have been reassured that it is safe to open school tomorrow.
We understand that children may feel worried or upset and we will do everything we can to support them. A member of the clergy from the cathedral will visit the school and staff will be on hand to speak to children who may need to talk about their anxieties.
If you have an urgent concern, and you wish to communicate with me before Monday morning, please leave your contact details on the Contact Us page and I’ll get back to you as soon as the school receives your message. We will monitor this throughout the day.
Huge congratulations to all of the children, parents and staff who contributed to Cathedral Primary School’s International Evening on Thursday 25th May. The evening was an opportunity to celebrate our wonderfully diverse school community through song, dance, karate, music and spoken word.
International Evening is also an opportunity to get together as a school community and taste a variety of foods from around the world, many thanks to all of the parents and staff who provided the food for the interval.
The staff at Cathedral School are incredibly proud of the children and believe that International Evening is an important way to showcase their talent and interests and celebrate our own diverse community.
We would once again like to thank all the performers, parents and staff who contributed to a superb evening.
If you would like to see what individual classes have been learning during International Week please see individual class blogs.
Many thanks to our friends at Citichoir who sang with the Cathedral School Choir during collective worship on Monday. It was such a wonderful way to start the International Week festivities . The whole school listened to captivating and joyful versions of Stand by Me, Jabula Jesu, Swing Low Medley and a world premier of a new arrangement of We are the World .
What a treat! Thank you to CitiChoir, musicians Phil and Alex, the Cathedral School Choir and Miss Dace for a super start to the week.
One of the clubs being offered this term is DiGiNews. In the club, sever reporters are tasked with finding what is happening in the classrooms of Cathedral Primary School. Here is the very first edition of ‘DiGiNEWS’.