Help Us to Win a Canopy!
St Bernard’s RC Primary School have entered a competition to win a shade sail from A&S Landscape, a supplier of school shelters in Cheshire. We are working on developing our outdoor space for all children as we want to raise their awareness of the natural world around them. Each class is doing a fundraiser to contribute to the work we want to do and a big shade sail would be a perfect addition. For us to win this exciting competition we have to collect the most votes! Please click here to vote for our school.
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- 01/03/20This term Chester Zoo ran a Family Wildlife Club for the families of St B's. Conservation is at the heart of our curriculum and this fantastic club helped our families to learn new ways to encourage wildlife, in our school grounds and their own back gardens. They went bug hunting a...Read Full Story
newsround at chester zooWe were so proud of our Year 6 pupils, as they helped take over Chester Zoo for the afternoon. As part of the Ignite Zoo Takeover 2019, the zoo cancelled their ranger talks and had the children deliver them instead. Our pupil entertained the public with fantastic facts about sun bears and sharing th...Read Full Story
SHARE THE SPACEOn Friday 5th July we closed Sherbourne Road to traffic from 8am-4pm. Working in partnerships with Sustrans we wanted to change people's parking attitudes outside of school and get them to think about road safety. For the day the children had a fantastic time painting a road cr...Read Full Story
Adrift curriculumOur curriculum focus for spring has been based on social justice and inspired by our work with Action Transport Theatre and the play Adrift.Read Full Story
We've been publishedWe are delighted to be featured in a new book that has been just been published, written by Becky Carlzon and Guy Claxton.Read Full Story
Eco warriors help their communitySt Bernard's were out in force on the 1st February. Alongside the Mayor of Ellesmere Port and local councillors, they cleaned up the neighbourhood surrounding their school. It was great to see the children so passionate about saving our environment. Check out the video via this link...Read Full Story
Tag Rugby FestivalTeam 3 and 4 Tag RugbyRead Full Story
AdriftMonday 1st October saw the premiere of 'Adrift- A refugee fairytale'. Many of our KS2 pupils attended the event as VIPs and were proud to see the first showing of a magical play that they co-created alongside Action Transport Theatre. Here is the making of Adrift...Read Full Story
School GAMES Gold MarkWe did it!Read Full Story
Team 6 leavers
Goodbye Mrs EllisWe said a final goodbye to the amazing Mrs Ellis who has been at our school for over 25 years.Read Full Story
Action Against Palm OilEllesmere Port ArcadesRead Full Story