Special Events

On this page you can read about some of the things that the children get up to throughout the year at our school.

Choir Performance at Bampfylide Place

Choir performed a festive sing song to the residents of Bampfylde Place it was a lovely morning singing some of our favourite Christmas songs. The residents joined us in singing some traditional carols and we enjoyed squash and cakes as we chatted about the festivities and made our wishes to Santa.

Happy New Year to you all.


12Santa Came For Breakfast

Over 200 of us had breakfast with Santa which was absolutely wonderful. We had a lovely time eating, mingling, enjoying the music and having our photo taken with the man himself.



What a wonderful turn out for our fathers day breakfast. It was great to see so many dads in our school.

Father Christmas visited each class today

Tamworth Castle


Lord Mayor’s Visit


Council House Visit


Easter Church Visit



1Commonwealth Medallist Ross Davenport

We recently had a visit from Commonwealth games gold medallist Ross Davenport! Ross gave an assembly and spoke about how much he trained and the children got to ask him questions.



We celebrated Diwali. Children had a fantastic time learning about the festival. We hope you all enjoyed your Diwali cards.


5Art Challenge

Children, Staff and parents have been challenged to create a piece of Art work for the Beeches Infant Art Gallery. Wonderful contributions are already rolling in and hopefully will cover every square inch of the long corridor outside the hall. An exhibition to rival the Royal Academy!


10Easter Event

Our children enjoyed using their imagination and art skills to create some great exhibits. Year 1 did miniature gardens, Year 2 decorated eggs and Reception made Easter hats. All the children made a fantastic effort and here are just a few examples.


12Black History Month

What an exciting time we have had learning all about famous people, tasting and preparing exotic fruits, listening to stories , being creative , singing and making music and playing traditional Caribbean playground games. The Reverend Watson came into school to help us celebrate a Caribbean themed Harvest Festival and we enjoyed eating jerk chicken, rice and peas etc at our Caribbean Day lunch!


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