March 2022

To mark Edward the Elder learning French for a whole year, we held a French Day on 25th March. Children and staff were invited to wear blue, white and red or traditional French clothing. Classes participated in a range of French themed activities including singing, playing bowls, French themed Easter Egg hunt and crafts. Children were even able to taste traditional French cuisine.  

 

 

 

 

 

March 2022

Marie Curie daffodils will be on sale throughout the month of March. Suggested donation £1.00

March 2022

We had an amazing World Book Day. There were so many different characters in our classrooms - Harry Potter, Miss Trunchbull and even Cruella de Vil! We love reading!

Teachers swapped classes for story time - this was enjoyed by all! Here's Mrs Evans in her element reading 'My Bum is SO NOISY!' and 'Granny dropped her chompers down the toilet' to Year 6! They LOVED the props too!

 

 

March 2022

 

We held our first pre-loved book sale. Thank you to families for all the wonderful donations. All classes visited and had the opportunity to purchase a pre-loved book for 50p. Year 6  were very happy with their new books!

 

 

March 2022

Year 6 can't believe they've completed the HeadStart programme already! Special thanks to Duncan for the brilliant sessions. We will be sure to put our new skills around emotional well-being to good use!

 

February 2022

Here are some photos of Year 6 from Number Day showing great resilience when exploring numbers!

 

 

 

 

 

February 2022

Our 2nd Focus of the Fortnight was for the children to create a reading den and read a book by an author they'd not read before. We have been blown away by the efforts the children have gone to and have loved hearing about how much the children are loving to read!

  

 

February 2022

 

Thank you to all parents/carers who attended the Year 1 phonics meeting. The information we shared can be found by clicking on the icon below.

January 2022

For information about our 'Reading Passport' CLICK HERE

 

Here are photos from our first reading focus - visiting Wednesfield library.

  

 

January 2022

Wolverhampton Information, Advice and Support Service for Special Education Needs and Disability releases regular newsletters with lots of helpful hints and tips for parents who have children with additional needs.

Their website can be accessed at https://wolvesiass.org/our-e-bulletins/ and their latest newsletter at https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/UKWCC/bulletins/2fedf4d