Year 4 and Electives Clarinet Concert 27 March 2017 Just a quick reminder that on Monday 27th March 2017 at 9:15 am there will be an opportunity for Year 4 and the electives from Year 5 and 6 to perform their clarinet pieces in their first concert of the year. We hope you can join us!
We had an absolutely amazing time on our trip to The Black Country Living Museum. We learnt about life in the Black Country during the Victorian era.
Here is the recording of the song “It’s Up To Me To Choose” that Mrs Baker has taught and recorded with KS2 last week. Have a listen Song taught from the Singing Connections resource.
Last Friday Y5 and Y6 gardeners were very busy painting pots for our bulbs we planted and researching Bug Hotels and thinking about how we will design our own one for the field.
Year 5/6 have started the new term by going back in time! Here we are experiencing what life was like in school for Victorian children – what an experience it was!
Year 5 & 6 had a blast at their Christmas disco. Mrs Arshad learned a few new moves:-)
This year our calendar theme is based on WW2. The theme links in with our current topic. Look at how great we look in our outfits.
Hot seating as Erika from Erika’s Story. The question and answer session helped us to write our newspaper reports.
Wow we had the most amazing travelling to the theatre by train and going The Alex theatre to watch George’s Marvellous Medicine. The show was great and we even had a special visitor come with us too, Mrs Rahul 😝
Renowned calligraphy artist, Haji Noor Deen visited us at Tiverton all the way from China, and what an experience it was. Haji Noor joined us this morning during our assembly, to tell us a little about the world of Islamic calligraphy and boy were we hooked. He later worked with both year 5 & 6, […]
We had the most amazing assembly to start a Monday morning, we had a famous visitor from China that did calligraphy in Arabic and Chinese. He spoke in Chinese and had a translator to help us understand what he was saying. He called up children to copy his writing. They were amazing!!
Super Choir were super excited to perform live for BBC Children In Need at The Black Country Museum on Friday 18th November. What an experience for us all.
Year 5 and 6 had a fantastic day at Cannock Chase Museum today as we explored what life was like on the home front during WW2. We spent the day at the museum and discovered life during: the blitz, rationing, evacuation as well as life at home throughout the war.
This half term, Mrs Edwards and a team of Key Stage 2 gardeners have been getting to grips with Autumn in the garden and preparing for Winter.
Year 5 and 6 were lucky enough to welcome a very special visitor in our classrooms today. This very special visitor was Mrs Wyatt (Miss Wyatt’s Mum) who talked to us all about her visit to Ypres, Belgium. She shared with us some amazing photographs from her visit and even told us about some of […]
We had a great reading workshop with some of our parents today. We read an extract from James and the Giant Peach and had to partake in variety of reading activities. These included: inference, predictions and questioning.
Some year six children have been learning to knit at lunchtime with Miss Brewster and Miss Wyatt. We all find it very calming (unless we get in a tangle!) and we like the feeling of making something new. Our first project is fingerless gloves. Do you like our choice of wool?
We have been going fractions, decimals and percentages mad this morning with us all challenging ourselves with a variety of different tasks.
Today we acted out some of the scenes from our class text; Private Peaceful.
Miss Wyatt and Miss Brewster launched the first ever knitting club today and what an amazing session they had.
What a fantastic treat this morning for us all in year 5&6 this morning. We were visited by The Take Away theatre company who introduced the topic of WW2 to us through a theatre performance. The show was full laughter and tears; we were hooked from start to finish.
Another great theatre performance given by Loudmouth about the issue of puberty and growing up. Loudmouth have a great way of tackling the subject through drama, humour and small group discussions. Year 6 were great at listening and asking some great questions.
Children were given the task to plan and teach y2 how to hula hoop. This week we talked about how to lead others to achieve something successfully. Year 6 practised on themselves first. Many states that it was difficult as their partner had different learning styles but were really pleased when they finally achieved it.
Eid-up-Adha also known as big Eid is the second most important festival in the Muslim calendar. This year it took place on Monday 12th September. We learnt about the festival and the story if Ibrahim and celebrated the occasion with dressing up and eating some special homemade foods.
Our new value this half term is leadership. We worked together to discuss what leadership means to us.
In our new Kagan groups we set the task of moving six plastic cups in a particular order WITHOUT picking them up. All the children has was one elastic band and some string.
We are so excited to be back to school ready for the new term. This term we are working on Wolrd War 1 and 2 and will be kicking off with out class novel based on the life of a soldier during WW1: Private Peaceful. We will also be finding out about life during both […]
A great puppet show delivered by year 7 and year 5 (who did the music). The children have been working with theatre company Stan’s Cafe fir a few weeks now to create the show.
A brilliant day we had on Monday during sports day at KES. All of KS2 enjoyed spending the morning at KES where we took part in different activities, that included, javelin, 200m race, Javelin, and the clothes race. Take a look at some of our pictures.