School celebrates passport to fun

St Aloysius Catholic Primary School, Huyton are extremely proud to have celebrated the launch of their new St Aloysius Child Passport.

Pupils and staff have worked very hard to create this fabulous opportunity for the children and their families which celebrates memorable events on their St Aloysius journey.

Miss Colfar, reception teacher said: “The day began with an exciting assembly planned and led by our school council who showcased our five passport areas in a fun an imaginative way, including drama, gymnastics and even a sack race!”

Miss Colfar said: “We also had some inspirational visitors during our assembly – boxer Luke Willis and X Factor’s Gary Barker, who even treated us to a mini concert!

“They both spoke about their determination, ambitions, setbacks and resilience they needed to succeed in life which captured the spirit of our St Aloysius Child. Both visitors learnt lots more as they stayed to enjoy the activities on offer.

“School was buzzing with excitement throughout the day as children sampled a taster of activities in each area.

“Some of the fun and challenging activities included: eating jelly with chopsticks, building a den, painting, making a bird feeder, sewing a button on and gardening, to name but a few.

“It was great to see so many of our families join in the fun at the end of the day too”.

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