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.
On Friday 17th November, we held a Crazy Hair Day Competition for Children In Need and we wore odd socks to support the anti-bullying theme of 'All different, All equal.' In a special assembly, the teachers chose the winners and they were awarded certificates and prizes. Thank you to everyone for your kind donations.
In total we raised an impressive £243.53!
On Friday 10th November, the children learned about the significance of Remembrance Day and created some amazing work for classroom displays. On Sunday 12th November, Mr Edmunds and some of the children attended the Remembrance Service in Wednesfield. The children met at the Royal British Legion and joined in the parade to St Thomas' Church. At 11 a.m the children planted and lay poppies at the memorial.
On Friday 20th of October, the children donated food to our Harvest collection. The food was collected by Paul, who works voluntarily for the Good Shepherd Ministry. He was amazed by the amount that we had collected, so well done and thank you to all of the children and their families. The food will support the disadvantaged and homeless people of Wolverhampton.
On Wednesday 19th July and Thursday 20th July, the Year 6 celebrated the end of their journey at St Thomas'. The children performed an amazing assembly and received their gifts from the Vice Chair Of Governors. At the disco, the children had some food, used the photo booth and most of them had a dance. We wish all of the children moving into Year 7 the very best for the future and keep in touch.
On Thursday 13th July, Year 4 and Mrs Morgan organised an afternoon Summer Fair to raise money and support for Compton Hospice. The pupils had to organise and run their own stall. Throughout the afternoon and with a cake sale the following day, the children raised an astonishing £1130. A huge well done to everyone involved and a special mention for Mrs Morgan who helped support the children with the event.
On Friday 7th July, Year 5 were invited to Wednesfield Library to re-enact 'The Battle of Wodensfield'. The children had to portray the significant local battle, that happened there between the Vikings and the Saxons.
On Wednesday 5th July, the Reception children enjoyed a day out at Wonderland in Telford. The children had been previously learning about Fairytales. The children had a fantastic day in the sunshine and the behaviour of the whole class was fabulous. Well done Reception and thank you to all of the adults that helped them throughout the day.
On Tuesday 27th June, Year 5 travelled to Cadbury World in Bournville Birmingham. During the visit the children toured the factory, learned more about the Mayans and enjoyed the 4D experience. Well done to Year 5 and thank you to the staff.
Year 2 Visit to Cannock Chase Forest
On Tuesday 13th June, Year 2 children went on a visit to Cannock Chase Forest. They spent the day learning about different habitats and the plants and animals that live there. They thoroughly enjoyed exploring the forest and spotting clues such as footprints, chewed pine cones and even droppings, that told us about the types of animals that live there. They also got stuck in to minibeast hunting, building shelters for animals and pond dipping!
On Wednesday 7th June, Year 6 travelled to Staffordshire and stayed at Standon Bowers for a two night residential. The children had a fantastic time and experienced a range of outdoor activities. During the visit, the children were also required to do chores and demonstrate how they can work as part of a team. On numerous occasions, the behaviour and participation of the children was commented on by other schools and the instructors. Well done to everyone that attended!
On Friday the 26th May, we had a non uniform day to raise money for a local refuge. In assembly we discussed what the refuge did and who it may help. All of the children donated £1 and we shared the money with our parent group. Thank you to all the families for donating and well done to all of the children.
On Friday 26th May, we had a special assembly to celebrate our successful 'Walk To School Week.'The teachers had to draw the winners from the stamp sheets that the children had used. The local residents have commented on how much better the traffic has been and some children have even decided to continue walking to school. Well done to everyone that tried their best.
A special thank you to Mrs Morgan for organising the event and arranging the prizes.
On Thursday 24th May, Year 6 were invited to Wednesfield Library. The Wednesfield History Society asked us to celebrate and recreate Queen Elizabeth's visit to Wednesfield in 1962. Chiya was chosen to replicate the moment a young girl handed a bouquet of flowers to the Queen.
In assembly on Friday 7th April, we announced the winners of the raffle. There were lots of winners and the money that we raised will help us in school. Thank you to everyone who helped.
FROST Easter Disco
On Thursday 5th April 2017, all of the children were invited to attend an Easter Disco. The event was organised and supported by our parent group. The children could buy glow sticks, tattoos and refreshments. The money that was raised will be used to support projects within school.
Thank you to all of the children that attended. Your behaviour was fantastic and your dance moves on the whole were even better.
Year 5 Fife Concert
On Wednesday 5th April, the Year 5 children performed to the rest of Key Stage Two and their families. It was a very professional performance and the audience thoroughly enjoyed it. Well done Year 5!
On Tuesday 4th April, the children in Reception, Years 1 and 2 had a special visitor at break time. The Easter bunny arrived and gave them all a little surprise.
On Friday 24th March, all of the children wore something red to raise money for Comic Relief. We had a special assembly and the children learned about the importance of 'Red Nose Day'. We raised an amazing £210!
Year 5 and 6 football tournament at the Wolves training academy.
A massive well done to all of the boys today. We managed to win one game, draw two and only lose one. The team selected work really hard and smiled throughout.
Jamie made some fantastic saves, Mason and Jeremy defended well throughout, Shian and Alfie produced some great tackles, Ellis worked tirelessly for the team and Kyle scored a wonder goal.
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