There is always plenty going on at our school, such as day trips, visitors who come to school to entertain or work with the children, and other special occasions during the year. On this page you can look back on some of our special events, and share the memories with us.
Year 5 enjoyed their trip to the National War Arboretum in Staffordshire. The children learnt about the different memorials and took part in an act of remembrance.
In class we have been studying performance poetry. We have focused on our use of voice, actions and how to engage an audience whilst we learnt a poem as a class. Please take a look at Years 1 to 5 completing the performances.Year 1Year 2Year 3Year 4Year 5
As a part of our English curriculum, we have been studying performance poetry. We have focused on our use of voice, actions and how to engage an audience whilst we learnt a poem as a class. Take a look at our completed performances:Year 1Year 2Year 3Year 4Year 5
Our Year 6 class lead a fantastic class worship, all about the Queen's Jubilee. We sang the National Anthem together as a whole school and we watched a photo story, with a picture of the Queen for every year of her life. Year 6 told us lots of interesting new facts...
We were lucky enough to have a visit in school from our local MP Shaun Bailey. We had prepared lots of questions on a range of themes. We found out what it is like to be an MP and the many different aspects of the job. Shaun gave our Year 6 pupils lots of advice and...
Our Reception class had a fabulous morning at Tipton Library with the author Laura Woolridge. We listened to some of her stories and enjoyed some activities afterwards.
As we are approaching the start of Holy week in school, pupils in Key Stage 2 led our Easter Celebration. The Easter Story was retold through music and dance. Thank you to our narrators, dancers and choir.
Well done to Lucy in Year 6 as her entry to the Diocesan Easter Art Competition came joint first. Lucy's entry is proudly displayed in St.Stephen's Chapel, inside Lichfield Cathedral.
Our Friday Club members were rewarded with a trip to the Ackers Trust in Birmingham. They were able to take part in tobogganing and tubing. They all had a great time.
The children in Year 3 helped us to celebrate St. Patrick's Day in school by leading our Worship. We found out that on the 17th of March all around the world, people celebrate St Patrick’s Day – they wear green clothes, eat traditional Irish food, drink Guinness and...