Opera Workshop

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Reception enjoyed an opera workshop led by Amanda Forbes and Margaret Cooke on Thursday 21 January.

The children were transported to the world of Carmen and became proud soldiers, playful gypsy girls and Toreadors. They even had the opportunity to learn the ‘Habanera’ .

Staff and children were mesmerised by the beautiful and memorable singing. Thank you very much for this workshop.

Anti-Bullying Week

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During whole school assembly, each year group shared through poems, songs and drama, what they had been working on in class during anti-bullying week .

Yeats Fundraiser

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Thank you to Yates for organising The Christmas Box Appeal and to all the children in the school for preparing boxes to be donated to orphan children in Bulgaria. We have donated 158 boxes. Well done CBPPS!

Form 5 visit Shakespeare’s Globe

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On Wednesday 22 October, From 5 visited Shakespeare’s Globe. The girls were excited to be travelling by tube and, despite relentless rain, enjoyed crossing the Millennium Bridge and spotting the many London landmarks.
At the Globe, our guide showed us the theatre and asked us to imagine what it would have been like to see a play there over 400 years ago. He then led the girls in a very stimulating workshop based on ‘Romeo and Juliet’, in which they explored themes of status and conflict.

Harvest Festival

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Father Fabrizio led CBPPS Harvest Festival, pupils shared lovely songs, poems and prayers. Thank you to all parents for their generous donations to the Upper Room.

The Global Goals

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During the last week of September CBPPS took part in the ‘World’s Largest Lesson’, to support the United Nations’ 17 Global Goals. These ambitious goals aim to achieve three extraordinary things in the next 15 years: to end extreme poverty, save the environment and make the world a fairer place for everyone. The Form Six girls presented the 17 goals to the whole school during assembly and KS2 classes learnt more about these goals in their P.S.H.E. lessons.