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St. Felix Catholic School

St. Felix
Catholic School

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  • 07/06/24

    Consider Yourself Well In

    UKS2 were joined by Bury Theatre Royal to explore the characters in Olver Twist through the use of vocal techniques.
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  • 14/05/24

    Fairtrade Day

    Our helping hands are spreading our love around the world
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  • 25/04/24

    Haverhill Science Festival

    ONE Haverhill Partnership is delighted to host the very first Haverhill Science Festival. The primary aims of the festival are to promote the study of science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics in schools; boost the educational aspirations of local students in Haverhill and promote train...
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  • 15/04/24

    Where in the World?

    Last year, Mr Chris Gent, a regular supporter of St Felix, walked the Camino de Santiago and raised money for St Felix in the process.
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  • 28/03/24

    EYFS visit to the library

    EYFS kept their promise to work with the library throughout this school year.
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  • 28/03/24

    Need to Read Winners

    The winners were Donaldson Class with every child reading all four books! A total of 120 reads.
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  • 07/03/24

    Walk in Their Shoes - World Book Day

    At St Felix, we have our Catholic faith at the heart of all we do. This year we took the opportunity to bring together World Book Day and our Lenten Walk for Cafod by asking the children to walk in the shoes of a book character. Across the day we have had marching cultural icons, planet-ju...
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  • 29/02/24

    Tractors in Schools Initiative

    Suffolk Agricultural Association offers schools the chance to have a tractor and farmer come and visit their pupils. Jonathan Drury of Thurlow Estate Farms joined us on 15th February to teach the children about the farm to fork journey.
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  • 06/02/24

    Safer Internet Day

    Every day is safer internet day was the key message from the E-Safety team in assembly today.
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  • 06/02/24

    NSPCC Number Day

    Friday 2nd February was NSPCC Number Day.
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  • 20/12/23

    Non-Fiction November winner

    In November, the Reading Leaders ran a competition to encourage children to read non-fiction books.
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  • 20/12/23

    St Felix Jólabókaflóð.

    In Iceland, they have a really special tradition for Christmas called the Jólabókaflóð. On Christmas Eve, people exchange books as presents. They open their books straight away and then spend Christmas Eve reading in front of the fire, eating chocolate or drinking hot cho...
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