Category Archives: Pupil Events
We ended term with a very successful Break the Rules Day organised by the PTA. As wearing as being allowed to wear mufti, the children paid a bit of extra money to come to school with dyed hair, nail varnish and tattoos.
Our older children had a lovely afternoon learning about the true meaning of Christmas. Activities included making mince pies, a carol competition and various quizzes. Our thanks to Mrs Watkins and Mr Smith from the Baptist Church for organising and leading this event.
The week started off with children wearing odd socks to school to celebrate the fact that everyone is unique. Throughout the week, pupils enjoyed carrying out a range of activities including kindness notes and creating Anti Bullying songs and posters.
The PTA held a Covid-safe cake sale after school. Families queued 2 metres apart from each other and bought a delicious selection of individually packaged cakes and chocolate bars. In these difficult times, this is the best thing that happened this week. (Year 6 pupil) Massive thanks go to the PTA for all their hard […]
For our Harvest collection, we have been donating tins of food to a local food bank. Our House Captains helped load all the tins onto the van ready to be distributed to those who need them.
We were very fortunate to receive a visit from a PE specialist as part of the Holmer Green Sports Partnership. Y3 and Y4 had a lovely afternoon with Mrs Duggan working on developing their gymnastics and their balancing, flexibility and agility skills.
Pupils gave generously for the privilege of coming to school in an item of denim to raise money for this worthwhile charity. Jeans for Genes support children who have genetic disorders and their families and is a charity close to some of our pupils’ hearts. “I wanted to help children who need extra support, like […]
To celebrate World Book Day, staff and pupils dressed up as their favourite book characters. Year 6 house captains shared one of their favourite books with younger children and showed they are teachers in the making!
In February, the school held an uplifting performance of Together to raise money for the charity Sign Health which supports people who are deaf. Children from Reception to Year 6 had been practising the song and performed it to their parents showing a really good grasp of sign language. Following a quick tutorial from Mr […]