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 boys’ football team got off to a flying start in this year’s inter-schools competition, winning both their opening fixtures yesterday afternoon. Played in a great spirit, the boys won their first match 3-0 and their second 5-1. In glorious early season weather, let’s hope that they can keep up their title challenge right to the end of the season.
Our thanks and congratulations go to all the squad and to Mr Creswell and Mr Fenton, for their magnificent coaching.
Good luck for the rest of the competition.
Earlier this half term, a spaceman visited our Year 1 and 2 children to show us his equipment and how he lives way out in Outer Space.
He showed us so many thanks and also excited us about our topic for this half term. Every child had the opportunity to try on some of his equipment and after they heard about his life they then went back to class to write a report on his adventures. We really do look forward to the next time a spaceman comes to Worthington!
Our Year 5 / 6 Class visited ‘Crucial Crew’ last week. Every year, members of our upper juniors find out more about hazards around them and how to do all we can to avoid them. We take a fresh look at such issues as road safety, first aid, fire safety, water safety, etc. Every year, we learn something new from the information provided by the team of professionals providing the training to the children.
Our grateful thanks to all those who support this project within Trafford.
Last week our Key Stage 2 choir once again attended the Young Voices concert at Manchester Arena. Hundreds of schools take part in this massed choir event and a fantastic time was had by all, including the many parents who supported us.
For several months the children have been learning a vast repertoire of songs and on one glorious evening, they had the opportunity to join with 5, 734 massed voices and professional musicians, singers and dancers to entertain the many thousands of adoring fans who attended.
The children began their final practice at 2:00 p.m. in the Arena and sang for the next three hours! After a well-earned tea, they then began the concert at 7:00 p.m. Tired, but very happy, the choir returned to school at 9:45 that evening. And yes – they were all ready for school the next day! Very well done children and our great thanks go to the parents for their support and of course to Mrs Creswell (choir leader) and Mrs Heath and Mrs Cavill for making it all happen.