What a great start to our creative week!
Year 2 have a had a busy, creative day. 'The Sorting Hat' sorted us into our team houses, which was very exciting! Next we made our very own wands and created a shield to match the house we were sorted into. After lunch we designed and made a 'Golden Snitch'.
Year 1 had a very special delivery!
Year 4 making wands ready for potions class!
Year 1 children loved spending the afternoon with their dad, stepdad, uncle, granddad etc. this afternoon. They played phonics reading games, shared stories, designed front covers for books and even decorated gingerbread men together! Thank you so much to all who attended - the children loved it and it was great to see so many grown ups sharing in their children’s learning!
Nursery really enjoyed their visit from the Police Community Support Officer.
Year 6 enjoying a well deserved day at Drayton Manor after SATs Week!
Nursery would like to thank all the parents for attending our writing workshop. We are pleased that you found it helpful, informative and fun to share time with your child in the nursery setting. We look forward to working together to help develop your children's writing skills.
Year 4 had a lovely day celebrating all things Asian! Children had the opportunity to make Chinese fans, design mehndi patterns, learn an Indian dance, create rangoli patterns, listen to Arjan play his dhol drum and participate in a delicious Indian feast made by Mrs Suwali! Thank you to parents/carers for providing children with their amazing outfits.
Thank you so much to the families for all the delicious cakes sent in today and for all the generous donations to this worthwhile cause.
Children loved dressing up as their favourite characters to celebrate World Book Day. We spent the day celebrating reading, books and authors. Each year group chose a multicultural text to focus on.
Year 4 children thoroughly enjoyed their visit from West Midlands Fire Service. The children watched a short film to show how quickly fire spreads, then learnt about:
- Smoke detectors
- Escape plans
- Emergency calls
- Fire hazards
- Stop, drop and roll
- Pedestrian safety
- In-car safety
During the session they learnt vital life saving skills.
A Police Community Support Officer visited Year 1. She taught us about strangers and safe strangers, for example police offers, shop keepers, lollipop people, security and fire fighters. We learnt what to do if we got lost. PCSO Trudi gave us lots of tips on how to stay safe, for example, having our adult's phone number in our pockets. We had a great morning and look forward to Trudi's next visit.