Key Stage 1 Nativity
On Tuesday 10th and Wednesday 11th December our Key Stage 1 children performed 'A miracle in town' - their retelling of the Nativity Story. The staff and children worked incredibly hard leading up to this performance and we had a wonderful turnout from parents.
For more pictures of the performance, please see our gallery.
We are extremely proud of the children for their performances and we would like to thank all the parents that gave up their time to support us with this.
We have yet another amazing pupil with us at St Pius X whose achievements we would like to share with you...
As well as progressing massively in her reading, this month Angel has used her own pocket money to by items for our local food back at the Withywood Centre.
Angel is a true role model for perseverance and generosity and we are incredibly proud to have her as a member of our school.
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