Year 6 created an amazing and interactive exhibition to teach the rest of the school about the Titanic. It was very successful and enjoyed by everyone.
On Maundy Thursday, the children presented Christ’s Journey to the Cross. The children themselves, wrote and prepared the script, which was accompanied by some beautiful singing, mime and readings. We hope that all those who were able to join us on the day were able to reflect on the events of Holy Week as the children presented the story with such reverence and respect.
What a fantastic week it has been at Sacred Heart this week! From erupting volcanoes to square-shaped bubbles, elephant toothpaste to mad professors, we’ve seen it all this week! All the children enjoyed a visit to Manchester Museum of Science and Industry as well as hosting an Open Morning for parents and carers to come and join in the fun! 🙂 Special thanks must go to Mrs Barden, our Science coordinator, who has spent the past eight months planning Science Week.
We would also like to extend huge thanks to the many parents, carers and friends who have supported the children in any way this week. 👍🏻
Here are just a few pictures from Science Week; check out the individual class blogs for lots more.
Venue: Firth Court and Alfred Denny Building, University of Sheffield, S10 2TN
See the website for full programme: http://https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/discoverynight
The University of Sheffield will be opening their laboratories and lecture theatres for an evening of science, engineering, medicine and dentistry activities.
We are very grateful to the Sheffield University PhD students – Shannon and Rebecca who visited us on Monday morning.
It was amazing to witness science in action.
Thank you to Year 2 children for some challenging questions.