Well done to Years 4,5, and 6 for their fantastic Christmas Performance! We are very proud of you!
Well done to Early Years children for their wonderful Christmas Performance.
The children in Early Years enjoyed a visit from Sergeant Beards from Wednesfield Police Station on Friday November 23rd.
He brought his colleagues PC Gary Cullen and Paramedic Richard Smith along with their brand new fast response ambulance.
The children had so much fun exploring the ambulance, meeting such important members of our community and especially disturbing everyone in school with the lights and sirens!
November 16th 2018
On Friday 16th November, the pupils and staff celebrated Children In Need day. The theme was 'Crazy Hair' and the children really did go that extra mile to showcase their crazy hair. A huge thank you to everyone's super efforts to raise awareness of Children In Need.
During the Summer term, Year 4 have been learning a variety of songs and musical terminology as well as learning how to play the Ukulele with Wolverhampton Music School. To celebrate the end of their music lessons, they performed a music concert showing off all their new skills. The children have thoroughly enjoyed their sessions, particularly the songs, and really loved showing their families and other children in the school their new skills.
As part of our theme ‘Under the Sea’ pupils in Nursery and Reception enjoyed a fantastic ‘Pirate Day’. Children and staff dressed up as Pirates and the costumes were absolutely fantastic! We all took part in pirate singing, dancing and music in the sunshine. We also made pirate jewellery, eye patches, hats and flags. The children made treasure maps and took part in treasure hunts in the sand…with real golden coins as prizes!!! Everyone made pirate cakes with Jolly Roger flags and icing and had fun talking like Pirates all day long… SHIVER ME TIMBERS!!!!!
The children in Nursery and Reception thoroughly enjoyed their Father’s Day Celebrations on Thursday June 14th. We shared activities such as biscuit-decorating, football, skittles and creative tasks with our Dads, Granddads, Uncles and big Brothers. Our staff enjoyed sharing pictures and stories about their own Dads and then it was time to ‘cuddle up’ and enjoy a special story. All of our grown-ups were extremely proud of the medals they received from the children. What another wonderful day!
Severn Trent visited us to talk to the children about saving water. As well as the water cycle - how it gets to our taps as clean water!
Children in year 4 thoroughly enjoyed a great Bikability session ran by Wolverhampton City Council’s Road Safety team. They successfully completed their Cycle Training Level 1 scheme to further develop their cycling skills. This involved a 2 hr off road session that took place on the school playground. The children showed a high level of enthusiasm and excitement for the activities. It was a pleasure to see them in such a different learning environment with 2 children learning to ride from scratch.
During this half term Year 5 have participated in a Minecraft Project. The Project has been developed by Wolverhampton's Learning Technologies Team and the children have had access to an interactive experience using the ever so popular Minecraft game. In the second session the children have been tasked to build a virtual world within Minecraft that has required them to research, design, plan and cost out a religious building to be built. The children will then create a virtual tour of the buildings they construct adding educational information at various points. The Year 5 children are thoroughly enjoying this fantastic opportunity and its many cross curricular links.