Yesterday Calder won the end of term treat for having the most Dojo points. This treat included a hot chocolate with marshmallows, cream and a chocolate lolly from the Ninja Coffee Company. I think you can tell by their winning faces that this treat was very much enjoyed. Well done yellow team!
The grand total of £221 has been raised for our annual selection box raffle. The funds will be used to further improve school and our resources. Thank you to everyone who has bought a raffle ticket!
Year 6 and the choir told the story of Jesus' birth beautifully through song during our carol service. Thank you to Mrs Rourke, Mrs Rey and Mrs Egan who managed to put this all together for you at home. Thank you also to Reverend Cath who was able to attend and finished our service with a prayer.
LOOK WHO CAME TO VISIT! Captured on our CCTV cameras.... We cannot believe it....Santa came to visit today! Despite his busy schedule he was able to visit the infant classes today and leave a gift. He must have heard how hard we all work at St. Aidan's. Thank you Father Christmas.
Winter Weather In the event of any school closure or delayed opening due to severe weather conditions, a text will be sent to parents no later than 7.40am. Please do not contact the school office. Please note, our text messaging service sends texts to the first contact (number one priority) on your child’s contact details. If you wish to change this for text-messaging purposes, please let a member of the office staff know immediately.
Knife Angel visit
On Thursday 11th November at 11 o'clock Year 6 hosted the Remembrance service at St Aidan's church to remember those who sacrificed their lives in war so that we can live in peace and harmony. It was a thought provoking service. Year 6 made us very proud. It was wonderful to listen to them sing beautifully to the rest of the school and their families. Check out the gallery section on our website to see photographs of the children performing.
Raising money for Macmillan Cancer Research