We had a fantastic visit to the Black Country Museum just before half-term. During our time there, we visited lots of Victorian shops, took part in a Victorian school lesson and even went down a Victorian mine! The children were impeccably behaved and a credit to the school. Thank you to all our parent and volunteer helpers!
Representatives from Severn Trent Water visited the school on Monday 2nd October to deliver a KS2 Assembly about wasting water. They then delivered workshops to the Y3 and Y4 classes. The children learned lots about how to save water in their everyday lives and had a thoroughly enjoyable time working in family groups to measure the water wastage!
Welcom back, we hope you all had a fantastic summer!
We had a great time in our Transition days back in July, dressing up as Victorian children and finding out what kind of activities they did in school. We played Victorian playground games, practised Copperplate handwriting and made Peg dolls. Thanks to all the parents who visited our new class on the Wednesday afternoon, we hope you enjoyed it as much as we did!
We are now looking forward to settling on our new Year 3s and enjoying our Victorian topic.