A huge well done to our Year 4 and 5 girls’ football team who played in a gripping final tonight for the Birmingham Primary Schools 5-a-side title. They drew 0:0 after extra time and share the cup with Small Heath. Mr Davis and Mr Richards are SOOOOOO proud! (So are we all.)
Collecting their medals….
Thank you to Mrs Brookes for all her hard work with the choir in getting ready for the Young Voices concert at the LG Arena. …. and thanks to Miss Inniss for helping on the night. What amazing singing!
Selling chocolate boxes and hanging baskets for our Lenten Appeal
During Holy Week the children are following the Stations of the Cross each day using the music from CJM’s Born for This.
Jesus is condemened to death
Jesus takes up his cross
Jesus falls the first time
Jesus meets his mother
Simon helps Jesus to carry the cross
Veronica wipes the face of Jesus
Jesus falls the second time
Jesus meets the women of Jerusalem
Jesus falls the third time
Jesus is stripped of his garments
Jesus is nailed to the cross
Jesus dies on the cross
Jesus is taken down form the corss
Jesus is placed in the tomb
Congratulations to the children who met Jesus in the Sacrament of Reconicilation this Lent.
Wow! We had 30 families in school this afternoon all finding out more about living simply. We learned about reducing watse and making compost. We potted up lettuce and cabbage to take home and grow. The we emptied all the class fruit bins into our new compost heaps.
Well done to the children in Years 5 and 6 who held a sponsored sleep out. It was a really special event and the children learned what it was like not to have their home comforts.
25 years of World Book Day!
We love reading!
Classroom Door Competition
The Masked Reader
The children used clues to detect who the masked readers were. Sir Mo Farah was reading ‘Harry and the Bucketful of Dinosaurs’ by Ian Whybrow.
Fratelli Tutti is our thought for Lent this year – love for all our brothers and sisters everywhere.
It’s Shrove Tuesday – time to use up all those eggs before Ash Wednesday tomorrow.
Here’s what happened when the teachers thought they would be good at tossing pancakes and running. You’re going the wrong way Mr D!
…… and pancakes for lunch too – yum.