Worthington Road, Sale, Cheshire M33 2JJ Tel: 0161 973 3504
We are a County controlled (Trafford LEA) co- educational school for pupils in the age range 3 to 11 years. Head Teacher: Mr Clive Searle
Our Christmas Fair this year was not only glorious fun on a beautiful crisp and clear winter’s day, but it also helped to raise the largest amount we have ever made at a fair.
Thank you so very much to every one who had a hand in making a £4,076.24 profit at the fair. Our committee (pictured above with Father Christmas) want to say how none of this would have been possible without the kindness, generosity and contributions from our entire school family – children, parents and staff – all working together to bring some extra Christmas cheer and sparkle to Sale Moor this year.
Just to see the smile on every child’s face was enough to keep us energised for all the events we have planned in the coming year. Here’s to 2023.
On Wednesday 12th October, children with hearing loss from across our Borough will be having great fun when they visit the NDCS Roadshow Bus stationed for the day here at Worthington. There will be activities galore and workshops going on throughout the day. The bus will park inside our grounds – I am sure you won’t be able to miss it. If you would like to learn more about the work of the NDCS Roadshow Bus then please click the link below:
It was terrific to see so many parents and other visitors in school this morning (Friday 30th September 2022), for our Macmillan Coffee Morning.
The tea and coffee (and juice for little ones) flowed freely and what can we say about the cake!!!
Our thanks go to all who baked, ate and drank, as well as all those staff and children who served. Without you all we would not have raised an incredible amount, which stands close to £500 – and that is without a final count and the increase dfue to Gift Aid.
Year Six learn more about The Vikings
On the 26th September, Year 6 enjoyed a Viking Day and learned more about where Vikings lived, how they lived and what they ate and drank. They also learned about their invasions, how they fought, lived and died.
In our next Newspaper edition, the children will tell us more of what they found out – watch this space!
School will be closed on Monday 19th September 2022 in order that we may all pay our respects to the late Queen on the day of her funeral.