St Elizabeth’s Prayer Council took part in the Ykids WW1 Memorial in the North Park.
They made hearts to represent the “sweethearts” that families sent to their loved ones who were fighting.
They also went around the stations in the Memorial Garden and learnt local history facts about the soldiers and their lives.
We were all shocked to learn that 18 men from Antonio Street were killed as a result of WW1 battles.
Four year 6 pupils represented St Elizabeth’s at the Show Racism the Red Card event held at Everton FC.
As well as taking part in workshops and discussions, the pupils were also lucky enough to meet Everton Star, Oumar Niasse, who talked about his experiences in the five different countries he has lived in.
Today we held our annual Harvest Festival at St Elizabeth’s Church.
All the children took part, either singing, reading or performing.
Father Barry commented on how lovely and respectful the service was.
All harvest donations will be taken to the Cotton Street Homeless Centre.
Children from St Elizabeth’s Nursery classes went pumpkin picking and some of the pumpkins they picked were enormous!
All the children had a great day out.
Please come along and support our annual
Macmillan Coffee Morning
Friday 28th September
9 am in the Parents Room
All donations welcome.
A tasty addition to the dinner menu started this week with the introduction of the Pasta Bar.
Every day a different Pasta Pot will be available to children on hot dinners in addition to our normal yummy dinner menu.
Year 4 were filmed by the BBC during their music sessions with Manchester Camerata Orchestra.
Gold, Silver and Bronze certificates were given to children for their excellent attendance.
All the children receiving certificates also got a reward prize, with the children who received Gold certificates getting an extra special reward – a trip to McDonalds and the Cinema with Mr Daniels!
Each class also had a Best Boy and Best Girl award for the child with excellent behaviour and attitude.
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.