Educational Visits

Year 4 have enjoyed a fantastic visit to Llandudno and Conwy. They enjoyed time on the beach writing in the sand, investigating pebbles and eating lunch. They also went on the tram up the Great Orme and, although it was very blustery, the views were phenomenal. Before heading to Conwy, the children enjoyed an ice cream on the pier and some free time in the arcade. Once in Conwy, they were amazed by the smallest house in Great Britain, spent some money in the gift shop and enjoyed fish and chips outside overlooking the harbour. Throughout the day, the children were complemented by members of the public for their behaviour and manners. Well done - we are very proud of you!



Year 1 visited St.Thomas' Church in Wednesfield on the morning of Thursday 27th April. They visited the church to reinforce their learning linked to religious buildings and Christianity. Year 1 were invited to explore St. Thomas' Church by Rev. Nick Watson who also spoke to the children about the building and he answered their questions. To finish the visit off, the children were shown the special clothing and were given the opportunity to try some items on. Before leaving, a prayer was said and a candle was lit.


School Council enjoyed a fantastic visit to the Mayor's Parlour in Wolverhampton.

They met the Mayor, took a seat in the council chamber and tried on the robes and Chain of Office.

They were also complemented for their impeccable behaviour and represented our school extremely well.



Year 3 visited Palmers Cross Primary School for their Stone Age Workshop.
We became archaeologists for the morning digging up lots of artefacts from the past!
We learnt about cave paintings, hunting, food and weapons! We had a great time and have loved learning about the Stone Age!