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  • Return to School Letters and Resources (COVID-19)

    Published 01/06/20
    Below are a selection of Covid-19 resources for you to look through ahead of your child's return to school
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  • Home Schooling Support

    Published 30/03/20

    below are some general resources to help whilst you're at home.  



    If you would like to share your work with your teachers then KS2 can email: 

    KS1 parents can share via Tapestry


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  • Young Voices 2020

    Published 03/02/20
    Over 30 children having been learning and practising set songs in preparation for this years Young Voices event at the Resorts World Arena in Birmingham.  They joined 6000 other children from various schools around the country to perform at
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  • Balanceability January 2020

    Published 03/02/20
    Oak and Acorn classes enjoyed Balanceability lessons in the school hall.  This was a great opportunity for young children to begin practicing the skills needed to ride a bike as well as building their confidence.  A big thank you
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  • Attention New Parents for 2020 Intake!

    Published 18/10/19

    We look forward to welcoming new parents for our open sessions in November. 

    No booking required

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  • New Learning Pods Complete!

    Published 10/10/19

    You would have noticed that over the summer holidays some interesting buildings have appeared in receptions play area. These amazing pods will ensure that children can explore and learn outside of the classroom all year round.  The pod pictured above is the reading pod and the larger one is going to be used for creative art projects. 

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  • Maths Mania Strikes

    Published 07/08/18

    A day dedicated to Maths.  The children took part in lots of fun activities all based around Maths.   This includes Maths through Science where children took part in a Vitamin C extraction experiment via the titraction technique.  They also learned about water stratification by using the candy sweets skittles.  The children had to count out different coloured skittles, measure out the water and add the water to the skittles.  They then watched as the colours separated individually and produced a rainbow effect.  The water stratification element is all about how water has different masses with different properties and this created the barriers that the children could see as the colours of the skittles started to run.  It also produced a lovely colour run art work design. 

    The pupils had a visit from Sciencedipity, a story teller that incorporated Maths into her stories.  In reception this was done by using prime numbers and getting the children to count throughout the story.  In the older groups children had to work out sums to continue the story.

    The children all had a really great time and were dressed up in a number of different costumes all related to people who use Maths in their jobs, these included scientists, teachers, builders and nurses.



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  • Young Voices Concert

    Published 06/08/18

    On Wednesday 23rd January 2019, 20 very excited choir members made their way to the Genting Arena in Birmingham, to take part in the Young Voices Concert. Songs had been rehearsed over the last 4 months, with dynamic dance moves thrown into the mix, choreographed by Andy of Urban Strides, and the choir were ready to go!

    And what an evening it was! Our voices joined with over 6,600 other school children, singing songs from Moana and the Greatest Show, along with many others, and there was even a recorded message from Hugh Jackman, sending inspiring words and good wishes to all the participants. Celebrities included Tony Hadley, Beau Dermott and Sharlene Hector and the Urban Strides dance crew, which got all the children on their feet dancing, along with the audience of 8000!

    A truly amazing evening, which will be a lifelong memory for all those who took part! The children behaved impeccably and were a credit to the school and to their parents! Well done everyone and let's "KEEP SINGING!"

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  • Up and Coming Events

    Published 06/08/18

    14th-18th October - Beam House Residential Trip

    18th October - Anti-Racism Day (wear red to school)

    1st November - Race for Life Day

    29th November - Lantern Parade through the town


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