Holy Cross Prep are victorious at the Small Schools Netball TournamentsPosted: 30/11/10
You might mistake that sound of jingling for Christmas...it is in fact the sound of medals being worn by many of our girls who recently competed in the Small Schools Netball Championships!
Year 6 - 1st place
Year 5A - 2nd place
Year 4 A - 1st place in championship section and 4B 1st place in the plate section!
Year 4/4P visit Hampton CourtPosted: 29/11/10
This week the girls in Y4 and Y4P visited Hampton Court.
Y1/Y1P Nativity RehearsalsPosted: 29/11/10
It's not long now until the Year 1 play is to be seen by our families and friends. The girls and teachers are working so hard to perform in front of their audience!
The Hall Cross Country Championships at Wimbledon Common – Holy Cross finish 1st overall!Posted: 25/11/10
The year 3, 4, 5 and 6 Cross Country teams ran to victory at Wimbledon Common on Friday 19th November!
Jacqueline Wilson CompetitionPosted: 19/11/10
This term, girls from years 4,5 and 6 were able to enter a competition to invent a new character for a Jacqueline Wilson book. The competition was open to children from all over the country.
The Story of Shadrach, Meshach and AbednegoPosted: 19/11/10
This week Mrs Burentarawa and the Y5 girls presented a wonderful assembly for the whole school.
Winning PostersPosted: 19/11/10
Today in assembly Mrs Hayes announced the winners of the Christmas Fair poster competition.
Musicians WantedPosted: 15/11/10
Stoneleigh Youth Orchestra need new musicians.
Y2 / 2P Poppy Factory VisitPosted: 11/11/10
On Thursday 4th November Y2 and Y2P went to the Poppy Factory in Richmond as part of their topic ‘Traditions, Celebrations and Festivals’. They had a talk from a man called Brian who told them about why they made poppies and answered some of their well thought out questions.
Remembrance DayPosted: 11/11/10
This week Mrs Jackson and Mrs Vijh with all the year 6 children presented a service and an assembly to commemorate Remembrance Day. We wore our poppies with pride!
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