As part of our enrichment activities and experience of learning outside of the classroom, your child in Year 6 is being given the opportunity to visit Anglesey in the North of Wales from Friday 10th July – Monday 13th July 2020.
The residential is available to all Year 6 children, however due to a limited number of spaces we can only offer places to the first children to return their consent letters along with a non-refundable deposit of £30, payable via the online school money system.
Please be aware that no places will be guaranteed until the deposit has been received. Payment can not be made with cash.
If you would like to secure a place for your child on the above mentioned trip, please fill out and complete the consent letter than was sent home with your child and ensure you pay the deposit via the school online system.
Deputy Head Teacher
This term, we’ve had a really successful culture week - it was lovely to see the children sharing their learning about different cultures and countries. Learning and understanding about other people is so important when we are fortunate enough to live in a city as diverse as Birmingham. We also held our first enrichment days this term. Children had a choice of new experiences to take part in such as photography, gardening, sewing, cooking, film club and many other opportunities to develop new skills and interests.
We are already looking forward to the next one in term 2. Other highlights of the term have been some of the WOW experiences that have taken place, the celebration assemblies and seeing the fantastic work that our children produce on a daily basis. We are so proud of them. Last week, we held the Christmas Fayre and were so pleased with how successful it was.
Thank you so much to all of the children, staff and parents who attended and supported the event. We could not do it without you all! Merry Christmas to all who are celebrating and happy holidays to those who are not. Have a wonderful 2 weeks with your friends and families. I wish you all a very happy, healthy and successful 2020.
Once again, thank you for you ongoing support - it is very much appreciated.
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We hope you enjoy reading 'Issue 28: December 2019' online now.
In this issue we look at the Google Santa Tracker and how best to set up new tech devices for your kids this Christmas. Also in this issue, find out how you can access our FREE parent/carer resources and courses (via National Online Safety).
If you have a concern regarding your child's use of the internet at home or in school, you can speak to one of our Online Safety Leads for support and advice.
Friday 15 th November is Children in Need Day and for a donation of £1 your child can wear non-uniform to raise funds for such a worthy cause.
The theme for the day is to come to school dressed in spots.
As the weather is likely to be cold please make sure your child brings a coat to wear at break/lunch times, and sensible shoes (no heelies or heels).
Trust Pastoral Leader