St John Bosco Catholic Primary School

Dodgeball Festival

We brought 10 children over to Wood Green Academy to take part in a festival made up of 25 different teams! We had two teams of our own, made up of children who have demonstrated exemplary behaviour so far this year to earn their afternoon out of class. It was an...

Class 5 visit The Islamic Experience Exhibition

As part of our multicultural term, class 5 visited The Islamic Experience Exhibition to learn more about Islam. The children explored the five pillars of Islam in great detail and were able to look around a variety of exhibits to strengthen their knowledge of this...

Year 2 Consolidation Activities

Year 2 have been enjoying their book literacy based on The Worst Witch. For our consolidation week we have been thinking about the thoughts and feelings of the characters in order to show a deeper understanding of the text. We had great fun acting out scenes between...

Girls’ Tag Rugby Competition

We brought two squads over to Kings Norton RFC for a girls only tag rugby festival. It was a great evening with lots of matches played all to a high standard and in the right sporting spirit. Our ‘black and red’ team were slightly less experienced going...

Boys’ Football League Games

Our boys made a solid start to the league on Monday over at St. Edward’s Primary School in Selly Park. Having been runners-up last year and performed well, we have been promoted to play in the top league among some of the best schools in Birmingham. We played...

Wasps Rugby Visit

We brought a number of our children and some families too over to the Ricoh Arena in Coventry to watch Wasps play Bath in the European Cup. The weather was kind to us and we had a fantastic time. We managed to meet a couple of the players before the game and spend...

Year 5 trip to Upton Warren

Year 5 had a lovely time at Upton Warren. The weather was kind to us during the day and the children had a great experience camping during the evening. Children took part in a range of sporting activities: cricket, skipping, football and many more. All children...

Class 4 visit the Birmingham Buddhist Centre

As part of our multicultural term, Class 4 visited the Birmingham Buddhist Centre in order to gain a first hand experience of Buddhism. To enhance their experience, children were given the opportunity to meditate. During these quiet moments, they were taught that...

Grandparent’s Day

Thank you very much to all of the grandparent’s who joined us in school today – we have all really enjoyed having you. The morning began with Y6 prefects serving refreshments in the hall and then the grandparents joined their grandchildren in class for a...