School Target 2020/21 = 96%
Monday 1st March
Our inspirational speaker today is Chloe an Aerialist and circus coach.
Chloe has worked hard all of her life and followed her dreams that have taken her all over the world. She also trains children in her aerial and silk classes at 'Aerial Ninjas'. Unfortunately like so many buisnesses her classes are currently on hold due to COVID however, Chloe continues to inspire her students and never stops working hard, even in the cold weather.
What an inspiration! Thank you Chloe.
Click to watch Chloe's video.
Monday 22nd February 2021
Our motivational speaker today is a clinical Research Nurse at Alder Hey. She gives a fantastic insight into her job and how research is carried out at the hospital especially during these difficult times. On behalf of all of our school I would like to thank Laura and her team for the wonderful work they do. Inspiring work!
Click to watch Laura's video
Monday 8th February 2021
Our motivational speaker this week is Sharon a nurse for the NHS. She talks very passionately about helping people and the qualities needed to work for the NHS. As we have one more week until half term and we need motivating to work hard now more than ever I thought it was the perfect time for you to be inspired by this wonderful woman and to remind you all that you are doing a great job helping the NHS by staying home and staying safe!
Click the link to watch Sharon's Video
Monday 1st February
Our inspirational speaker this week is part of the Royal Navy. Maintaining helicopters (home and abroad)
Please send questions for Motivation Monday to your class teachers before Friday.
Click the link to watch Jack's video
Due to Jack's inspiring talk about his job , he has been commended for his work within the community and told he exemplifies the core values of The Royal Navy, who have given him this amazing medal. Inspiring stuff!
Well Done Jack!
Monday 25th January
Andy Turner (three times Olympian) is our first motivational speaker. He is going to inspire us to work hard this week. Come on we can do this!
Click here to see Andy's video.
Bobby & his Liverpool Lions Rugby League team mates are taking part in a challenge to run a marathon in a month.
Each player has to run 26.2 miles (42km) throughout the month and raise money for Motor Neurone Disease charity.
The challenge was inspired by Rob Burrow, a former Rugby League player who was diagnosed with the disease not so long ago. The boys have seen the effects that it has and wanted to raise money for such a worthwhile charity.
All of the team have been out running, whatever the weather, and their target of £1000 has already doubled with 9 days still to go. But they want to raise more! Any support would be welcome through the link below:
Bobby has run 40.8km and is looking to complete his challenge on Sunday. This is an amazing achievement by anyone, especially for an 8 year old.
It is really important now more than ever that we stay positive and keep motivated during these difficult times. We talk a lot in school about aspirations and what we would like to do when we grow up and how we can achieve this. We need
to continue to dream BIG. We can do this!
Click the Link below to see our message from Mrs Richardson