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Archive for October, 2014

Art week

Saturday, 25 October 2014

Our children have taken part in art activities every afternoon this week.

They have produced some fantastic work and really enjoyed themselves.

On Friday afternoon different classes came together to share their work with each other and celebrate the success of the week.

Kick boxing champion!

Saturday, 25 October 2014

Well done to Travis Mctaggert who is the National under four foot kick boxing champion.

Keep up the great work Travis!

Tag Rugby

Saturday, 25 October 2014

Well done to our Tag Rugby team who went to George Salter to play in the first West Bromwich schools tournament of the year and came back with the trophy.

We played really well; scoring loads of tries and conceding none at all throughout the tournament.

We beat Lyng, Lodge and Mary Mags.

Our player of the tournament was Jamie.

Congratulations to our West Brom champions!

Football vs St Mary’s

Saturday, 25 October 2014

This week our KS2 girls and our Year 3/4s played football against St Mary’s. Both teams played really well and scored some great goals.

Our girls ended up winning 7-6 with goals from Maicie (5), Wiktoria and Karina. Players of the match were Maicie and Kenzie.

Our boys unfortunately lost but scored 3 goals through Mason (2) and Tyreese. Player of the match was Travis who made some awesome saves.

Cross Country

Saturday, 25 October 2014

Last week we went to Wood Green Academy to participate in the North Sandwell Key Stage Two cross country event.

Our children ran extremely well and we had a few star performers:

Nolan (Yr 6) – 2nd
Keenan (Yr 6) – 4th
Patrick (Yr 6) – 6th
Julia (Yr 5) – 4th
Mikolaj (Yr 3) – 4th

Overall, our Year 3/4 team came 3rd out of 7 schools and our Year 5/6 team were the North Sandwell champions beating 5 other schools!

This means that both of our teams progress through to the Sandwell finals.

Well done to all!

Harvest

Saturday, 25 October 2014

On Thursday 16th October we had a harvest mass in school. Children from Years 1 and 6 did the readings for the mass.

All donations were given to Brushstrokes which is a charity in Smethwick that helps and supports homeless and under privileged people.