Great Crosby Catholic Primary School
We did some online lessons about animal welfare and development of empathy and compassion. The Go Givers then chose the area of Animal Heroes to create their entry, which consisted of the film, posters a comic book and a Scratch game. Learning about Animal Heroes meant they found out about the needs of animals who help humans and how the people who work with guide dogs, sniffer dogs, fire dogs, assistance dogs etc. know their needs are met. They also discussed the moral implications of animals doing such work. You can watch the film and play the game below.
Attention all Go Givers! The results of the @RSPCA_official's competition for Most #CompassionateClass of 2020 are in and you are one of the three runners up! Congratulations on your success and thank you for your hard work! More news to follow...
RSPCA Compassionate Class Competition
This is our Go Givers video about guide dogs being given to injured soldiers after WWI.
On 23rd May, our GoGivers and Recycling clubs spent some time down at Crosby Beach, taking steps to ensure it is free from pollution that endangers our wildlife and harms our natural landscape. Click on the photo to see their report and pictures.
This year we are again supporting Mary's Meals Backpack Project, which sends schoolbags, polo shirts, skirts, shorts and stationery to Malawi to help children with their education. We would like you to fill a bag with: notepads, pencils, pens,crayons, eraser, sharpener, ruler, pencil case, towel, shorts or skirt, t-shirt or dress, flip-flops or sandals, small ball (e.g. tennis ball), soap, toothbrush, toothpaste, spoon.Handy hints:
Please send the backpack in during w/c 12th November. Thank you.
Congratulations to Mrs DeMott and the Gardening Club who have transformed the memorial garden outside the Y6 classooms. They have also won prizes in the Crosby and Waterloo Gardening Competition 2018 - 2nd prize in the Schools Eco Award and 3rd prize in the School Garden Award. Special thanks to Mr Monaghan for all his help.
Thank you to everyone who sent cakes in today for our Macmillan Coffee Morning, everyone who came to support it and to our PTA and staff who worked hard serving and clearing up. A fantastic £1183.27 was raised.
We are a collection point for South Sefton Foodbank. On Friday 12th October the children will be celebrating Harvest Festival with a harvest liturgy led by our GoGivers group. As part of this celebration we ask that the children bring an item for the Foodbank. They are always in need of tinned and dried foods; longlife milk and juice; and treat foods such as biscuits, chocolate and jam. They also need toiletries; kitchen and bathroom cleaning products; nappies and formula milk for babies of all ages are also much appreciated.
Please send items in to school. They are currently short of tinned vegetables, noodles and coffee. Find out more at https://southsefton.foodbank.org.uk Many thanks for your continued support.