Year 6 faced their fears and showed some impressive team skills at Whitemoor Lakes last week. They braved zip wires and high ropes, mastered circus skills and archery, climbed towers and abseiled down. What a great start to the year!
We had a fabulous day at Weston-Super-Mare on Friday with our children and families. The sun shone and we simply had to get into that water! It was great to see everyone so relaxed and enjoying being together. A huge thank you to Mrs Caines and Mrs Puar for making it all happen!
We had a wet and muddy day but brilliant fun on the Tissington Trail. We fell off at least a million times but everyone helped and encouraged each other.
Check out the class blogs to see how the children got on visiting places of worship around Birmingham.
Thank you to our new governor Mr Jabal, who came in to talk to Year 1 about Sikhism.
Year 3 and 4 read Charlotte’s Web in class. After reading all about life on a farm, they went to visit Ashend farm and then decided to raise money for a community which did not have enough to eat. They supported CAFOD World Gifts to buy some fish and some chickens. Here they are opening the cards from CAFOD.
Our children had a fantastic time at Kingswood with their friends from the other Caritas schools. Huge thanks to Mrs Rivett from St Clare’s for organising it and the teachers who helped out. Thank you too, to the young leaders from St Paul’s and St John Wall who supported.
An amazing and exhausting time had by all with great food and company. They needed a lot of courage, perseverance and team work. Huge thanks to Miss Khan, Mr Ledger and Mrs Stolban.
Year 6 got off to a great start at their residential today – climbing, abseiling, zip wiring and clambering over an obstacle course. Come back tomorrow to see if they get any sleep tonight – Miss Khan, Mr Ledger and Mrs Stolban are hopeful!
Year 1 and 2 are studying castles for their theme this half term. Here’s what happened when they went to see Warwick Castle.
We had a glorious day on Friday with our families, building sandcastles, playing beach football, eating ice cream and fish&chips. The children (and a few parents) spent hours in the sea and were beginning to look a bit wrinkled by home time.
Thank you all for your company – it was such a pleasure to share the day with you.