25Nov
2020
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Birmingham City Mission

Today we experienced a school-wide assembly live from Birmingham City Mission. We have had a partnership with BCM for many years, and it is somewhat of a tradition for them to visit us at this time of year to share the Christmas Story with the children. Today was lovely – we saw some puppets and […]

21Nov
2020
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The Worlds Largest Lesson

Yesterday we took part in the worlds largest lesson. We talked about what we can do to help the planet, such as, recycling, putting litter in the bin, choosing to walk rather than use the car where possible and being kind and helpful to others. We also drew a map of our school which would […]

20Nov
2020
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World Children’s Day & Anti-Bullying Week

This week we have been learning about and celebrating two special events – anti-bullying week and World Children’s Day. For anti-bullying week we had to wear odd socks! Even our teachers wore odd socks! On Friday to celebrate World Children’s Day we took part in the Worlds Largest Lesson – a lesson that is seen […]

08Nov
2020
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Well-being Day

As a Rights Respecting School it is vital that we value, promote and respect ALL aspects of children’s health and well-being. This week we had a ‘well-being day’ at school where each year group raised some money through a sponsored event. Reception did a sponsored jump. Crocodiles Class winner was Isaiah with 79 jumps in […]

06Nov
2020
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Well being in Year 2

We have had a great week in Whales class! We have been reading the story ‘ How to Wash a Woolly Mammoth’ by Michelle Robinson and Kate Hindley. We have been finding out about instructions. We also did some washing of our own and explored verbs and adjectives that we would describe what we were […]

06Nov
2020
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Reception Homework Challenge

This half term we set the Reception Children a UNICEF Challenge. To develop their understanding of the importance of a litter-free, clean environment we asked the children in reception to complete 2 tasks for their homework challenge: Task One: Watch ‘The Terrible Tale of Polly the Plastic Bag: Collect 5  items of clean litter (eg […]

06Nov
2020
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Class Charter

In Crocodiles Class we have been working hard on our Class Charter. After learning and talking about some of our Rights Crocodiles  have chosen to focus on ‘Our Right to Play, ‘Our Right to Healthy Food and Clean water’ and ‘Our Right to Education’. The grown-up’s in our class are our ‘Duty Bearers’. This means […]

20Oct
2020
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Food Bank

This week Ms Long and our UNICEF ambassadors made a donation to the food bank along with volunteers from Elim church.  Article 27: I have the right to have a proper house, food and clothing Thank you to all of our parents and pupils who generously donated to help people in our community.

10Jul
2020
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Article of the Week – Article 29

I have the right to an education which develops my personality, respect for others’ rights and the environment Education should develop my respect for human rights. It should develop my personality and talents. Education should develop my respect for the natural environment. It should encourage me to respect my parents, my own and other cultures. […]

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