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St Joseph’s & St Gregory’s Catholic Primary School

St Joseph's & St Gregory's
Catholic Primary School

FUN IN THE SNOW!

Children (and staff) had a great time making the most of the snow today.

 

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@SJSGPrimary On Twitter

  • RT @BedsLibraries: We have had a fantastic week of crafts at the Central Library. If you've not been in, why not!? Fear not, the fun contin...

  • RT @royalacademy: If you know a budding young artist, let them know about the Young Artist's Summer Show – a new opportunity for students a...

  • The whole school took part in acting out Holy Week on Friday, reminding us why we celebrate Easter. Each year group performed a different part of the story from Palm Sunday, the Last Supper, the Crucifixion, ending in the joy of the Resurrection. A very fitting end to our term. https://t.co/yoC95AWUZR

  • Year 1 are enjoying being young masters and mistresses in 1666 London. They are learning a number of trades to see which job they would like to do. In the afternoon they had a chance to dig through the charred remains of London to see what they could find. #handsonhistory https://t.co/raMWgdBNpw

  • Year 2 children have been learning to play the recorder with @MusicBedford which has culminated in a concert to showcase their talent with a live band to friends and family. Well done Year 2 - you were brilliant! #playingtherecorder #concert #concentration #year2 https://t.co/u5QWjE8CHm

  • RT @Literacy_Trust: 'Let children's interests guide their reading. There really is something for every child, whether they like sports, sup...

  • RT @BedsLibraries: @BedsHour Discover some fantastic book lists, resources and all sorts of other useful information for children and their...

  • RT @frome_maude: "Stories make your heart grow." #WinnieThePooh. A love of books stays with you forever. Always, always, always encourage c...

  • RT @Pontifex: Where should we fix our gaze along the journey of #Lent? On the Crucifix. Jesus on the Cross is the compass of life that poin...

  • RT @Booktrust: Did you know that Hans Christian Andersen was born #OnThisDay in 1805? That's why we're celebrating #InternationalChildrensB...

  • RT @Booktrust: Did you know that today is #WorldAutismAwarenessDay? Here, Sir Michael Morpurgo explained how his grandson, who is on the au...

  • Over seventy of our mother's and grandmother's came to share Mother's Day Lunch with their children yesterday. Chicken pasta bake or vegetarian curry was enjoyed by all – a fantastic meal and happy occasion. #Mothersday2019 #Mums #Schoollunchwithmum @relish_food https://t.co/Wy3xViIDsY

  • To all family and friends of St Joseph's and St Gregory's. You are warmly invited to this event.... https://t.co/4a7ungAFbV

  • Come and visit the mobile library on Monday's between 11.25 and 11.50 outside the Lower site on Chester Road and find some books to borrow. https://t.co/vYbVqWyDCD

  • Year 3 Stone Age to Iron Age WOW day: Owls, Parrots and Eagles travelled back in time to explore the Stone, Bronze and Iron Age. The children recreated Stone Henge and explored artefacts from the different periods. #historylesson #handsonhistorylesson #funlearning https://t.co/vlzHbB9czO

  • Year 6 children sang super songs from Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat recently at @Bedfordcornexch for Sing On. Well done to all involved. @musicbedford @LoveBedford https://t.co/1XP8QP5iGO

  • Has your child been diagnosed with Autism and are you needing some support and guidance? Autism Bedfordshire are offering a drop in session on 28th March at Queen's Park Children's Centre today. https://t.co/ES8nquBwHO