What an amazing end of term performance from this hard working group!
The “Jerusalema” dance challenge started when an Angolan dance troupe recorded themselves dancing to a hit track by DJ Master KG and vocalist Nomcebo in February. Since then the song from South Africa has gone around the world and been endorsed by presidents and priests has become the sound of the pandemic for millions across southern Africa.
See how St Vincent’s rose to the challenge here.
Look what you can achieve if you decide to…..
A group of our amazing Year 6 pupils wanted to buy some playground equipment so they organised a sponsored run and here’s what they bought.
A fantastic effort!!
Year 6 faced their fears and showed some impressive team skills at Whitemoor Lakes last week. They braved zip wires and high ropes, mastered circus skills and archery, climbed towers and abseiled down. What a great start to the year!
Well done to Jacob House, overall winners of the Sports Day.
We saw some great racing, 3-legged running, dressing up races and tug-of-war.
Thanks to all the parents who came to support…..especially those who had a go!
We had a fabulous day at Weston-Super-Mare on Friday with our children and families. The sun shone and we simply had to get into that water! It was great to see everyone so relaxed and enjoying being together. A huge thank you to Mrs Caines and Mrs Puar for making it all happen!
Well done to all our Key Stage 2 children on a fantastic effort at the Caritas Games on Monday. They cheered and encouraged each other all the way. A fantastic performance!
Here are the Year 5s starting their 6 week cycling course run by British Cycling, sponsored by HSBC Bank. A wobbly at first but getting better! The challenge is to be confident riders in time for their trip to the Tissington Trail in the summer.
Well done to our girls’ football team who played at the Caritas Christi Inaugural Girls Football Tournament at St Paul’s this week. A great afternoon with over 50 girls playing and our team finished as overall winners.