Christian Wedding

On Thursday 10th May, Year 3 took part in a mock Christian wedding.  The service, which was led by Father Daniel, took children through each stage of the ceremony.  As you can see, everyone engaged with enthusiasm and the day was a HUGE success!


Year 3 had a fantastic day at Castleshaw learning all about rivers.  As you can see from the photographs, the day was filled with first hand experiences in the countryside.  What a great day!


Magnificent Mummification!

Magnificent Mummification!

Today, Year 3 took on the challenge of mummifying each other.  Every child had a distinct role to play in the process.  Cleaning, cutting, drying, praying and wrapping were just some of the roles taken on by this enthusiastic group of learners.   We had some neatly wrapped mummies and even one that looked like a mummified mermaid!






Canopic Jars

Year 3 worked hard during a series of  Art lessons to create their very own Canopic jar.

The whole process was great fun and extremely messy!  Ask your child what Canopic jars were once used for.

Once again, well done Year 3




Year 3 recently delivered an outstanding assembly which focused on friendship.

They devised a recipe to make a successful friendship and even created a set of rules to maintain safe and healthy friendships online.

They performed the story of Digi Duck and shared its powerful message with the rest of the school.  Well done Year 3!

Always remember that being part of a friendship is a GREAT place to be!




Interested in playing for a cricket team?

Boys and girls from Year 3 to Year 6 – if you want to take part in some exciting cricket coaching provided by Shaw Cricket Club, get down to Crompton House School Sports Hall on Tuesday evenings from 6-7pm (starting 9th January 2018) It only costs £3 per session and you will have lots of fun! They are always looking for new players, so why not get down there with your friends and give it a go!

Contact Craig on 07976474087 if you have any questions.


Year 3 took centre stage to deliver The Gingerbread Man during our annual Harvest service in church.  They delivered an outstanding performance and should be extremely proud of themselves.