On Monday 2nd July, Year 1 enjoyed a red carpet event at The Grand Theatre in Wolverhampton. Year 1 had previously worked with the Learning Technology Team to create short animations using technology. The children produced some fantastic work and were nominated for the Digis Awards. The children had treats and popcorn during the event and managed to finish runners up!
On Wednesday 6th June 2018, Year 6 travelled to Laches Wood in Coven for a two night residential. The children had a great time despite the lack of sleep and tried lots of new things. Some of the children even managed to make their own bed and tidy their own dormitories.
On Thursday 1st March, we celebrated World Book Day and the children completed a range of reading activities. The children were asked to come as a character, an author or in something comfortable that they could read in. At the end of the day we had a special assembly and certificates were awarded for the pupils who were the most imaginative with their costumes.
On Tuesday 13th February, Year 5 and 6 were part of a workshop that was led by Graham who works with the NSPCC. The children discussed a range of topics including social media and the rights of children and young people.
On Friday 2nd February, we held a fundraising day for the NSPCC. The children wore something with a number on and filled smartie tubes with any loose change. Throughout the day, the children completed a range of activities and tasks using the coins and then we counted them at the end of the day. In total we raised a fantastic £502.81.
On Thursday 8th February 2018, Year 4 produced a wonderful celebration of what they had learned about the Vikings. Well done to Mr. Hamblett and Year 4 and thank you to all of the families that attended.
On Wednesday 17th January, Year 3 performed a Fife concert for their families, our Reception class and Years 1 and 2. The children sang songs and played the Fife. The performance was amusing in parts and the children demonstrated how mature they have become in Key Stage 2.
On Thursday 23rd November, the school choir attended this year's Carol Service. The service was led by Rev'd Nick Watson and was attended by several schools within the Wednesfield area. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed themselves and despite being slightly nervous sang beautifully.
On Thursday 23rd November, the Pupil Leadership Team decorated the planter outside of Wednesfield Police Station. The children made the decorations prior to the visit and enjoyed a trip to the sweet shop on their way back to school. Once again, they were an absolute credit to our school and community.