St John Bosco Catholic Primary School
Retreat Afternoon

Retreat Afternoon

The children enjoyed an afternoon of reflection as we joined in with an online retreat for the afternoon. The theme was ‘unique and valuable,’ and as well as time for prayer and thinking, each child completed a couple of activities in order to celebrate...
Food Parcels

Food Parcels

We are continuing to provide and often deliver food parcels to those who need them. We’d like to say a huge thank you to everyone who has contributed to this. As you can see, the boxes are overflowing with food generously donated by others. We are proud to be...
Y1 and Y2’s Remote Learning

Y1 and Y2’s Remote Learning

Children from the Y1/Y2 bubble have been working their socks off at home! Children have been accessing different resources online, including work set on our newest program called ‘Purple Mash’. Once the children have ‘handed in’ their work, the...
Y2 DT – Healthy Eating

Y2 DT – Healthy Eating

Y2 have enjoyed learning about healthy eating and tasting a variety of fruit and vegetables. They have been tasting, smelling, touching and observing a range of food. Keep experimenting with food Year 2!
Anti-bullying Assembly

Anti-bullying Assembly

We started anti-bullying week with an assembly led by Mrs Briscoe. The assembly helped us understand what bullying is and highlighted the different ways that we can all try to stop bullying. Our Safeguarding Champions from Y5 introduced themselves to the rest of the...
Divali by Reception

Divali by Reception

This week Reception have been learning about the Hindu celebration Divali, we have had lots of fun learning about the celebration through interesting activities. We have looked at lots of different artefacts, watched videos of Hindu families celebrating and we have...
Virtual School Games Sporting Activities

Virtual School Games Sporting Activities

The current activity for the Black Country Virtual School Games is multi-sports and classes 2 to 6 have all had a lot of fun trying out the various throwing, running and jumping activities. On Friday, classes 3, 4 and 5 all had a go during KS2 rotation. The scores for...
Kindness is Powerful

Kindness is Powerful

Class 5 enjoyed discussing the impact of kindness and the acts of kindness they have witnessed around school. Together the children created a “Choose Kind’ sign and wrote some synonyms associated with being kind.  
Children in Need

Children in Need

This year, our pupil leaders took the decision to come to school with crazy hair for Children in Need, as an alternative to non-uniform. This proved to be a great idea, as everyone got creative with their hair styles. We had cupcakes, spiders, various colours, wigs...