This week was sports week at St Elizabeth’s.
The children got the opportunity to take part in lots of different sports and activities.
A big Thank You to Miss Kneale for organising a very enjoyable week.
In honour of Mike the Caretaker, who is retiring this summer, children in the Nursery held a Happy Mike Day.
They came to school dressed as a Mini-Mike and had a little party afterwards.
KS2 Children from St Elizabeth’s took part in a Fun Run at Litherland Sports Park.
All our teams performed extremely well.
A special mention to Hollie in the Y3/4 girls category who won an individual medal.
Children from Y6 and Y5 represented Sefton at the Merseyside Games.
Our Hockey team came 3rd overall in the Hockey Tournament and our Dodgeball team were the Plate Winners.
Congratulations to everyone who took part.
A fantastic day was spent at the Women’s Amateur Golf Competition at Hillside.
As only 1 of 4 schools in Sefton to be invited, we were very excited to take part and the event certainly didn’t disappoint!
We arrived to a warm welcome and we were quickly taken to practice putting, long shots and chipping.
We saw the winners trophy and had a picnic lunch.
Well done to all the children chosen to take part.
Year 5 had a fantastic day at Knowsley Safari Park.
They enjoyed a guided tour from Molly who told them all about the animals and their habitats.
They met Arthur and Roger the sea lions who performed some amazing tricks.
A brilliant day was had by all.
Judging takes place later on today in the St Elizabeth’s in Bloom Competition.
Each class was given a planter and plants and had to cultivate and decorate them as they thought best.
Winners will be announced soon – watch this space!
KS1 Winner RA
KS2 Winner 3B
Congratulations to the winners and all the other classes for their fantastic displays.
We welcomed the Lifeguards from the RNLI into school today.
They came to teach us all about staying safe on the beach especially during this lovely hot weather.
Y4 had a fabulous trip to Martin Mere.
They saw lots of different birds, dipped into the ponds to discover what creatures lived there, hunted for bugs and enjoyed themselves enormously playing in the adventure playground.
Children who had earned enough credits at the Children’s University took part in a graduation ceremony at Edge Hill University.
Congratulations to all our graduates.