ODD Sock Day
For anti-bullying week this week children were asked to wear odd socks to raise awareness. They also took part in various lessons learning about bullying, what it is and how to help someone and get help. Children also watched a presentation on raising awareness.
Remembrance Day is always an important date, at Mount Pleasant Primary School. As a school, we completed a variety of activities, alongside the minute's silence. Pupils were chosen to take a handmade wreath to the war memorial and to remember those on Remembrance Day.
We would like to thank everyone for their Harvest donations. Everything collected will go to Clayton Foodbank.
Hello Yellow Day
As a school, we dressed in yellow to highlight the importance of children's mental health, whilst completing activities around mental wellbeing.
After their visit to B&M to purchase additional items for the shoebox appeal. Children in Year 5 and our RotaKids made up backpacks which will then be distributed by International Aid.
As part of their recent Enterprise project, children in Years 3, 4, 5 + 6 were able to purchase hot Vimto and chocolate biscuits. Y6 were raising money towards a community defibrillator and to sponsor an endangered animal with WWF.
World Book Day
Macmillan Coffee Morning
We would like to say a big Thank You to everyone who donated to our coffee morning and cake sale. We raised a total if £150.
World Thinking Day
World Thinking Day, formerly Thinking Day, is celebrated annually on 22 February by all Girl Guides and Girl Scouts. It is also celebrated by Scout and Guide organizations around the world. Today children who participate in different groups were able to attend school in their uniform.
Christmas Jumper Day
This day involved raising money for Save The Children. Staff and children came to school wearing a Christmas jumper.