January 2018

The first trip of 2018 and what an amazing trip it was! The choir were lucky enough-yet again-to attend Young Voices at the Genting Arena in Birmingham, where they joined 6,000 other children in an incredible performance for friends and family. The performances were brilliant and the atmosphere was truly electric! The children have been working hard since September to learn many new songs and it was lovely to see them enjoy the night and join in with other schools. A massive thank you to parents who were able to join us in the evening and joined in the fun and entertainment of the night. A truly magical and spectacular night had by all! Well done Choir!

 

 

 

  

5th January 2018

We have a Parent Governor Vacancy - Click on the links below for more information

Parent Governor Vacancy

Leaflet about being a parent governor 

 

 

 

 

Below you will find information about the National Curriculum Assessments for Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2.

This information can also be found by clicking 'Curriculum' and selecting 'National Curriculum Tests (SATs)''

 

 

Glossary of Terms Used in Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar

Primary School Progress Measures

Information Sheet for KS1

Parents Information - National Curriculum Tests at the end of KS1 and KS2

National Curriculum Assessments Key Stage 1 and 2 - Information for Parents

 

All staff wish you a very merry Christmas and a happy New Year. 
We look forward to seeing the children safely return to school on Wednesday 3rd January.
Thank you for your continued support.

Pupils across Elston Hall added some festive cheer to local care homes for the elderly by making Christmas cards for residents. Each year group designed a card which were then delivered to homes across the city. We hope everyone in the Wolverhampton area enjoy a very Merry Christmas.

Two Elston Hall pupils won a city-wide competition to design a Christmas card for our MP.
MP Emma Reynolds stopped off at Elston Hall to present the girls with their prizes.
Their designs beat competition from hundreds of pupils from 11 schools across the city. Isabelle was the overall winner and her entry has been printed on 1,000 cards sent out by the MP. She was presented with her entry in a frame and cinema tickets as the prize. Ellie was a runner up and received book tokens. Both were also given a certificate.

Well done to all the children who impressed their teachers so much that they were chosen as 'Pupil of the Term'.

Year 6 spent the afternoon at The Grand Theatre watching Jack and the Beanstalk. All of the children had a fantastic time (Oh yes they did!) and lots of laughs were had by all. The production was amazing and the children got involved with the boos and the hisses (good practice after their own Christmas panto!) It was smiles all round at the end and certainly got the children into the Christmas spirit!

Musicians from Years 4, 5 and 6 performed for parents in a short Christmas musical extravaganza.
Violinists from Years 4 and 5 took to the floor with their instruments alongside Year 5 on the flute and Year 6 on the clarinet.
Songs performed included Bags, Suo-gan, Au Clair de la Lune, The Old Shepherd, Spring Time, Ode to Joy, Minuet, Jingle Bells and Old King Wenceslas.
The children have been learning their instruments for 30 minutes per week led by teacher Mrs Adams and Mrs Walters.