Year 5 visit to Kings Norton Boys’ School

By Abigail Tomlins on Sunday, July 8, 2018 in Art and Design, History, PE, Year 5. No Comments


Last week, year 5 attended 3 fantastic workshops at Kings Norton Boys’ School. Our first session was crash course in archery where the children had the chance to use professional archery equipment. They particularly enjoyed using the skills they’d learned to pop as many balloons as they could in a mini competition. In art, using […]

Year 5 Debussy Project

By Gary Evans on Wednesday, March 28, 2018 in Art and Design, Music. 1 Comment


Take a look at our photos form the CBSO Centre visit with some of our Year 5 pupils. They were taking part in a project to celebrate the life and work of Claude Debussy.  

Creative Curriculum in year 6

By Karen Spinks on Tuesday, January 30, 2018 in Art and Design, History, Learning Adventure, Science, Year 6. 2 Comments


Here’s just a few photographs of what year 6 have been working on over the last few afternoons. On Monday, we made elephant’s toothpaste: a colloid. This was created via a chemical reaction through mixing hydrogen peroxide, potassium iodide, washing-up liquid and food colouring. In Learning Adventure this afternoon, we looked at the works of Henry […]

5T’s Tudor houses

By Abigail Tomlins on Friday, October 20, 2017 in Art and Design, History, Learning Adventure, Year 5. 1 Comment


While the rest of year 5 were at Harvington Hall, children in 5T transformed a pile of cardboard boxes into these incredible Tudor houses. I am so impressed with the hard work that went into these – just look at that attention to detail! I hope you are all very proud of what you have […]

Year 5’s trip to King Norton Boys School

By Miss Edwards on Thursday, June 29, 2017 in Art and Design, Year 5. No Comments


5S and 5JE have had a fantastic day at Kings Norton Boys School! Our first session was based on the history of the Native Americans. The children made deductions using a historical source. A representative from each group described their observations so the other children could draw the image. We had many interesting interpretations! After […]