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CBPTFA Summer Fair

After a wet start to the day the sun came out for the PTFA summer fair. A huge thank you to everyone who worked hard to make it such a success. Friends and families enjoyed a superb atmosphere of ‘fun in the sun’

Year 5/6 Beauty and the Beast

Congratulations to the Y6 children on their stunning performance of Beauty and the Beast. Thank you to EVERYONE who helped in any way. We have had many complimentary comments from all who came to watch. Many thanks to all of our staff and to our families and friends for supporting us all the way with costumes, props, theatre direction, lights and music and simply providing a helping hand

 

Bike Right!

Year 5 pupils took part in the Bikeability training course. Every year Bikeability train around 20000children at all levels across the UK. They ensure the quality of training is of a high standard. At Cinnamon Brow the children partake in both Level 1 and Level 2 training.

Young Minds

This term the Y3.4 pupils have been working on an expressive arts project with the theme: Is it better to stand out or fit in?
Over the weeks the children have worked hard on this end of year project. It culminated in a grand performance of music, poetry, art and design. A special guest appearance was made by the band PEACE PIRATES. They shared their message of peace, joy and harmony. It was lovely to see both children and adults sharing the same music. At the end of the performance cakes were sold. The funds raised from this event have been sent to the mental health charity called Young Minds.
Well done everyone.

Year 6 Leavers Service – Liverpool Cathedral

The Year 6 pupils and their teachers took part in a very special service at Liverpool Cathedral. We celebrated the memories in school and were blessed for the next part of the journey towards high school and beyond.

 

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Padgate Walking Day

Once again we beat our numbers with a record breaking 89 children, plus families and friends joining us for Padgate
Walking Day. The weather was kind and everyone came together in Christianity as one big church.

Author Visit

The well known author , Stuart Reid, visited Cinnamon Brow Primary School to share his series of books and top tips for writing. Staff and pupils were not only entertained with his child-like sense of humour, but inspired to write after hearing his journey to becoming an author. Visit his website:

Cross Country

Easter Egg Competition

Congratulations to everyone who entered the competition. Entries were ‘eggs’cellent this year.
The winners were: Mia Rose, Leo Tranter, Lorna Millard, Jessica Smith, Olivia Gray, Jack Charnock, Isabella Ward and Alex Bullock.

KS1 Nativity Perfomance
Advent Church Service
KS1 Christmas Perforce
Children In Need
The whole school took an active part in ‘All Different All Equal’ day. Staff and pupils wore odd socks to remind us of our differences. Take a look at the photographs we have added from our anti-bullying equality week. Feel free to ask us about the lessons we learnt and the importance of treating everyone as equals.

Anti Bullying Week
Winmarleigh
Harvest
Year 6 Performance of Joseph
Year 6 Prom
I Sing Pop

Walking Day

Year 5/6 Visit to the Lowery Museum & IMW
Year 6 Visit to Liverpool Cathedral
Multi Faith Week

Year 5/6 design technology challenge

Red Nose Day

Number Day

Church Service

Farm Africa Welly Walk

Author Workshop
Walking Day
Water Party
New Chicks  
Egg Competition
World Book Day
Young Voices
Our Guitarists
Year 6’s Last Assembly! During their last assembly at primary school, representatives of Church of the Resurrection together with Tracy Lynskey (Chair of Governors) presented each Year 6 child with a Bible, to take with them on their journey through life. “We hope it nurtures, comforts and guides them as they make their way in the world.”
Abbie Taylor: Abbie is an extremely kind and caring child who ALWAYS puts the needs of others before her own. At KS1 Multi Skills Club she has been a ‘mentor’ to a child who works in The Clover. This has helped him to settle at the club and look forward to coming each week. In class she is aware of other children’s needs and tries to help them whenever she can. Well done Abbie for being a Super Pupil!!
Walking Day was an outstanding success. The sun was shining and the band was playing. We had record numbers of  pupils, family and friends of Cinnamon Brow. A huge thank you to everyone who joined this special annual event.
Our talented mathematicians took part in a maths challenges, which involved solving problems and  creating 3D models. As alway, the children were commended on their behaviour and attitude to learning. Well done to Cristina, Domonic, Ciara and Frank.
Year 1/2 river of life work
Year 1/2 at Cinnamon Brow Primary have been looking at ‘Comme Moi’ by Lucie Albon, a story about an elephant and a mouse who think that they are very similar, but discover one big difference. The children then produced artwork from hand prints for a display. A lovely simple story to engage young language learners.

The work has been posted on Facebook’s ‘Languages in UK Primary Schools’ page and has received lots of positive comments.
Janet Lloyd, Primary Languages Consultant said –
“I love this!  We have just added this to network news on Janet Lloyd Network too, to share with local teachers!  Always love Cinnamon Brow’s work.

This week,Y4 took part in a French food tasting session. The children had to ask for the food in French, remembering to use their manners. They sampled a simple french breakfast and lunch and tried foods such as pain au chocolat and brie.
Take a look at the pictures from Manchester Science And Industry Museum!
Year 1/2 enjoying their prayer space!
Ahoy there! The Reception children enjoyed the pirate theme learning day. Take a look at the photos
World Book Day – KS1 children enjoyed the experience of a story teller who brought Roald Dahl stories alive in front of their ever widening eyes!
The Year 3/4 trip to Chirk Castle was a huge success. Take a look at the gallery of photographs.