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Young Voices – Year 4 and 5

What can I say…what an amazing trip Year 4 and 5 had at the Young Voices event on Monday. It is something that I am sure will be a lasting memory for the children. They sang with over 5,000 children at the Birmingham Genting Arena and what a sound they created! We’ve had such positive feedback from parents that were able to attend the event and watch the concert in the audience and the children have all commented so enthusiastically about the experience too. This is something we plan to do annually as a trip for Year 4 and 5 as we feel it is such a beneficial trip for the children.   Keep an eye out for more information in the summer term about next year’s trip.


Year 4 salt dough teeth!   Recently updated !

Year 4 have been learning all about teeth! We attempted to make a model of our own bottom set of teeth out of salt dough, by looking in the mirror and using our tongue to feel the size and shape of them.


Year 6 trip to Aconbury Woods   Recently updated !

On Thursday morning, Year Six visited Aconbury Woods where they learnt to identify the different types of trees that grow there, as well as completing a survey of how successful the different species were at adapting to the environment. They also measured the circumference of some of the trees in order to work out their age.


Year 2 trip to the Hereford Museum   Recently updated !

Year 2 thoroughly enjoyed their visit to The Black and White House Museum. They travelled back in time to the year 1666 and learned how to swaddle babies, grind herbs to make medicine, lay the table and dressed up in period costume.

Back at school, they wrote fabulous thank you letters and created super sketches of timber framed buildings.


Year 1 – drones session with Mr Sanderson   Recently updated !

Year 1 had a very exciting start to the week when Mr Sanderson came in with a set of drones. They enjoyed using their coding skills to make the drones move in different ways. Seeing the drones flip over caused much excitement and the children demonstrated excellent IT skills.


Maths problem solving day   Recently updated !

The children thoroughly enjoyed the problem solving day on Thursday. Part of the day consisted of each class undertaking a series of interactive maths challenges.

The mission for the juniors was to crack the code to stop the invasion of Robotrons.

The infants had to tidy up using their maths skills before the Queen arrived, to save the prince from being turned to stone!

It was a true adventure for the children involving practical, hands-on maths. It promoted team work, mathematical reasoning and problem solving in a fun way.   Thank you very much to the PTFA for their generous contribution towards the cost of this event.

Quotes from the day

‘It was a good way to learn maths. It taught us different skills at the same time.’ Alannah (Y6)

‘I’m definitely better at problem solving now.’ Toby (Y6)

‘I thought the day was really fun! I liked it when we had to follow the clues to join the cables. We made the light go green at the train station. Lucy (Y3)

‘The fishing game helped me with my shapes.’ Alice (Y2)


Year 1 trip to Bristol Aquarium   Recently updated !

Year 1 had a wonderful time at Bristol Aquarium last week. There were so many different sea creatures for the children to look at and children loved all the interesting facts about the different creatures. Thank you to our parent helpers who gave up their day to help on the trip.

Congratulations to Mrs Broomfield   Recently updated !

Mrs Broomfield attended her graduation ceremony recently after gaining her PGCE National Award for SEN Qualification in the summer after a year of hard work. Well done Mrs Broomfield!


Year 1 Class Led Worship   Recently updated !

Well done to all the children in Year 1 for their wonderful performance in today’s worship.

They performed with such confidence and remember so many lines! We hope the Year 1 parents enjoyed this special worship linked to this half term’s value of ‘Hope’.





Year 3 using drones and VR headsets   Recently updated !

The children in Year 3 had a wonderful time when Mark Sanderson, an IT consultant from the LA, who came into school to lead a morning of IT using drones and VR to enable the children to experiment with an app called Google Expeditions.

We look forward to welcoming Mark back into school later this term to work with other classes with this exciting equipment.