This term each class has been working on developing dance sequences with our PE specialist, Miss Machiko. Our Y5/6 dance won first prize in the local area dance competition and Y1/2 came second in their category. The dances were filmed outside in the playground and videos submitted online. We are thrilled that the Y5/6 dance also won first place in Warwickshire County! Congratulations to the children and Miss Machiko.
Miss Machiko also taught each class a dance sequence which we fitted together to create a whole school (bubble safe) dance. It was very emotional to see them all together for the first time this year and the Reception children were astonished to see all the other children. Here are some photos of the final performance.
What a fantastic science week we’ve had!
We’ve had a great variety of events and activities from super slime to cuddly lambs, from square bubbles to gravity defying buckets of water, not to mention informative and fascinating jobs presented by parents and grandparents as well as activities lead by our amazing scientists of the future...all finished off with a trip to the Think Tank for Y5/6.
Great fun was had by all who attended Young Voices this year at Resorts World, Birmingham.
After all the hard work practising the songs, Mrs Brereton, Mrs Cusack and Mrs Watt all said it was amazing, and sounded brilliant!
Thank you Mrs Brereton for organising this opportunity once again!
Staff and children are enjoying taking part in mental health awareness week again in school. This year's theme "Find Your Brave" has been embraced by all.
Bravery comes in all shapes and sizes and is different to everyone. We all have times when we need to 'find our brave'. We have been learning about how life is all about taking small brave steps every day: sharing worries, asking for help when you need it, trying something new or making the right choices. We have been using these tools to help build our confidence and self-esteem which is making us feel better about ourselves.
The school community has been taking part in activities throughout the week, including:
Everyone had a spook-tacular time at the Friends' Association annual Halloween disco! The party games were a huge success, with the toilet paper 'Mummy' game a firm favourite again.
FoS tell us it’s the most raised from a disco! Well done, and thank you to everyone who helped organise and volunteer!
Here is our Summer 2019 newsletter with dates for the year ahead. There are lots of pictures of our Summer production -Cinderella Rockerfella.
This year we are running Gardening Club as an after school activity.
Miss Jones and Mrs Brown have very kindly taken it on with the assistance of Music Teacher Mrs Brereton.
The children have been really enjoying the sessions and we can't wait to see the fruits (and vegetables!) of their labour.