From Polar Exploration to a Trip to Talacre - Neston Primary Have a Busy Half Term
|Published: 24th July 2017 11:54|
Pupils at Neston Primary School have enjoyed another busy half-term. Events that have taken place have included:
A successful Summer Fair.
A charity car wash -which raised £22 for Northern Lights Children's Charity.
A thoroughly enjoyable performance of ‘Oliver'. A show that left the audience wanting ‘more...'
The school's sports week was was opened by Paul Sculthorpe MBE - the former captain of the Great Britain Rugby League team.
The Headteacher - Rob Golding - was a finalist in the Chester Chronicle's Headteacher of the Year Award.
The school won the United Kingdom Literacy Association's John Downing award. For the work children produced based on the book "Atlas of Adventures."
The school was awarded the Schools Games Gold award for the third year running.
Several visits took place including trips to Talacre and Ness Gardens.
The annual music concert was a huge success and the pupils performed brilliantly.
Neston Primary is one of only a handful of schools in the North-West of England to be selected to take part in a Science and Technology project based on the building of the new polar explorer ship The RSS Sir David Attenborough.
One school Governor said: "To pupils, teachers, head teacher, teaching assistants, learning support staff, admin staff, middays, caretaker, cleaning staff, cook, catering assistant, governors, parents, volunteers, have a great summer.
"It really does take this many people and a little bit of magic to make Neston Primary the school it is!"