Mr. Lauder: April 2015
The school's mixed football team played their away match against Wistaston Church Lane tonight and drew 1-1. The team went down 1-0 in the first 5 mins but fought back brilliantly throughout the rest of the first half and were arguably the better team going into the 2nd half. In the 2nd half we were on top for most of it and got our just reward as Arron White scored a finely taken goal. After this, we piled on more pressure and had great chances through Will Clough and then a near wonder goal from Libby Bulkeley nearly won the game in the last minute. Excellent effort from all of the team ( not mentioned but equally impressive — Frankie McEvoy, Ben Goodwin, James Wynne, George Davis, Jack Pilkington and Connor Heath) and we look forward to our next game away to St Annes next Friday. Well done team!
PS. Thank you to all parents and families for your support and help with transport.
popular recent articlesAlso in the news
Enjoy the photos! Colin, our caretaker, deserved a well-earned 'cuppa' after not only ensuring the school was warm but that the entrances to school were clear in readiness for another busy day in...
Base 1 and 2 had their dress rehearsal today in readiness for their Nativity . This year it is called 'Tea-towels and Tinsel'.Bases 3 and 4 sat in to watch and it was lovely to welcome the pre-school children, too, as part of their extended transition. Before the Nativity started, the pre-schoolers shared their rendition of When Santa fell down the chimney. It was lovely, with...
Having spent time watching the children enjoy playing in our wonderful winter wonderland at Wrenbury at playtime, I received, in the post, a lovely surprise.It was a parcel of four books: The Roaring Rainbow; Shadow on the Run; Alligator Snaps (Poems for children) and The Sleeping Force. Included in the parcel was a handwritten message from the books' author, Dennis Carter. It...
St Margaret's Church