South Ribble Football Event
Sports Clubs Autumn 2020
ST MARY MAGDALEN'S VIRTUAL SPORTS DAY
Sports Day Winners
World Book Day -please see all class pages too
All our children and staff dressed up as adjectives for World Book Day. Thank you to all of our wonderful parents for being so creative and help us learn so many new words. It was the best Book Day ever!
Lower Key Stage 2 Carol Service supported by the school Choir
Zumba Christmas Showcase - Sensational!
Christmas Lunch at St Mary Magdalen's - Thank you Mrs Pill and your team
Infant Nativity Photos of 'Lights, Camel....Action!'
We had a visit from Christine who volunteers for CAFOD - we learnt all about how God gave us precious gifts that we must respect, share and look after.
Dance From the Heart Roadshow
Sports day 1
Sports day 2
Sports Day 3
Sports Day 4
Easter Bonnet Parade 1
Easter Bonnet Parade 2
Whole School Christmas Lunch
School Games Day
Dance from the Heart
Thank you Assembly for all our volunteers
Rise and Shine Jog Take 1
Rise and Shine Jog Take 2
Easter Bonnet 2
Easter Bonnet 1
PTFA MOTHER'S DAY GIFT SHOP
LENTEN GAMES LED BY AQUINAS
Finally, we have some snow!
Carols Around the Tree
All Hallows get us in the Christmas mood.
Look at our Keira, how brave!
Ex pupil Ethan, front man for the Year 9 band
Many Mary Mags pupils in the guitar group.
Spaceman comes travelling. Ex pupil Lucia on the guitar.
Infant Nativity Part One
Infant Nativity Part Two
Pudsey's surprise visit to St Mary Magdalen's
BBC Radio Lancashire visited school with their Pudsey Mobile driven by DJ's Gilly and Graham. Throughout school, we dressed in something spotty, made funky hats and when the school bell rang in an unusual way, we had to switch on some music and get dancing! All this was to raise money for Children in Need. We raised a wonderful £150. Thank you everyone. More photos to follow.
RE Celebration of FAMILY
MacMillan Coffee Morning
Thank you everyone who came to our coffee morning. It was huge success and has raised £1012.04 We were so busy serving the customers, that we only managed to take a few photos!
Castlerigg Residential for Year 5
Year 5 were the lucky recipients of a free residential in Keswick at Castlerigg Manor. The St Vincent de Paul Society of the parish (SVP) paid for all children to go and we are extremely grateful. The retreat is a follow up to the children making the sacraments of First Holy Communion and Reconciliation in Year 4. The hopes are that it allows the children time to reflect on the faith journey and give them spiritual reflection time. The children have played team games, made posters, done arts and crafts, had prayer time and of course walked and enjoyed the glorious setting. Vincent Gallagher from the SVP joined Miss Brooker, Mrs Henry, Becky and Mrs James on the trip and talked to the children about the work of the SVP and what they could do if they became involved in Mini Vinnies. Here are some of the pictures. There will be more on the Year 4 class pages on their return. Thank you to Vincent, the SVP and the staff who made this trip possible. Memories to treasure.
Goodbye Year 6!
Our last celebration assembly of the academic year
Our last week in school - enjoying ice creams to celebrate the Feast of St Mary Magdalen
Year 4 Mixed Kwik Cricket County Finals
Understanding the importance of careers in science
Dance from the Heart
Art Exhibition at Leyland Museum
Rise and Shine. Thank you to all our sponsors.
Bloodhound Regional Finals in Manchester
See how fast the Bloodhound cars are!
Easter Bonnet Parade
Penwortham Music festival
Red Nose day Biscuit Fun
Science Day 1
Science Day 2
Science Day 3
Book Day 1
Book Day 2
Book Day 3
Book Day 4
WRIST Celebration of Friendship at the Guild Hall
WRIST Dance 2
National Quiz Championships
Lights, Camel, Action!
Magical Christmas E
Jermaine Beckford's Visit
Animate -The archdiocesan youth ministry team
As part of All Hallows Mission Week our Year 5 and 6 children did a fantastically inspiring workshop with Animate.
Racism Sessions with Phil
Macmillan Coffee Morning raises £950
Roald Dahl -Celebrating 100 years of Roald Dahl