Year 6 Transition Information
Update from Mrs Wright for incoming Year 7s
Class of 2020 - Welcome to St Antony's Video
Click on the following link to view the welcome video from the Heads of Departments who cannot wait to see you all:
Make Bake Create Competition
Many people have turned to their creativity to help during these difficult times. We have had to think creatively and resourcefully, but this has highlighted so much talent.
Send us clear photos of what you have been doing in the last few weeks. Examples of entries could be:
- Baking - have you been baking showstoppers?
- Making - have you been using your practical skills to make things at home, or maybe as gifts?
- Have you been enjoying drawing and painting?
- Perhaps you have been getting green-fingered in the garden?
- Have you been developing your cooking skills making delicious meals or snacks in the kitchen?
- Or maybe you have been enjoying photography?
Submit your entry to: firstname.lastname@example.org stating your full name. Prizes available for the top 3 entries - good luck!
Guidance for Parents and Carers
Please click on the following link to see the latest guidance on opening schools and educational settings to more pupils from 1st June:
To keep you up to date with what the St Antony’s school community has been busy doing during lockdown, I would like to share the attached Newsletter with you.
A practical guide to a good nights sleep promoting positive mental health for teenagers.
May is the month of Mary and Father Ged, one of our Governors and parish priest for St Hugh’s and St Ann’s, has produced a video for us, explaining the importance of May and showing us how we pray the Rosary. We also have one of our students (Amy) signing the Hail Mary, one of the main prayers of the Rosary. You may wish to use these as guidance and pray the Rosary during the month of May. We’ve also added the sheets that Father Ged refers to.
Elliott McNee from Our Lady of the Rosary is the winner of Mr Derbyshire’s Year 6 Challenge. A box of Celebrations is waiting for you as your prize when you are next passing school. Well done!
One of the most common worries that our new students have is about getting lost in their new school. St Antony’s really is only quite small but we know that it is still bigger than most of your primary schools. To try and minimise this worry we will be producing a set of videos taking you on tours of the school. Here is the first one and we will add another every week so you can get really familiar with the school building.
Year 6 Challenge:
Mr Derbyshire has placed 11 questions/tasks on the roads close to St Antony’s, on Bradfield Road, Humphrey Lane towards the One Stop, Stretford Road and Moss Vale Road.
Why don’t you take some time during your daily exercise to find these questions?
Email email@example.com with your answers and he’ll be in touch with the winner/s!
Enjoy, Mrs Wright.