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St Hilda’s take part in BBC Songs of Praise

5 Mar, 2020

St Hilda’s were excited to take part in BBC Songs of Praise


Songs of Praise came to school at St Hilda’s this March, when children’s author, Michelle Sloan, described what happened when she wrote a book about women of the Bible.

Michelle introduced the children to her story and how she came to write it, after noticing how many wonderful stories in the bible celebrated brave and courageous women, but who were not as well known as some other biblical figures.

Pupils discussed which biblical women they found inspirational and acted out key elements of their stories together. 


Our pupils at St Hilda’s Primary School have featured in the regional news for several projects this year, such as having their special Mother’s Day poem featured in the Manchester Evening News.

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