World Peace Day

By Gary Evans on Friday, September 21, 2018 in British Values, Community, Music. No Comments


Today is World Peace Day. One Day One Choir is an inspiring global peace initiative which uses the harmonious power of singing together to unite people around the world on Peace Day, September 21st. www.onedayonechoir.org You can hear our contribution here… #onedayonechoir

Rights Respecting School Silver Award

By Gary Evans on Thursday, July 5, 2018 in British Values, Community, PSHE, Rights Respecting School. No Comments


We are very proud to have just achieved the Rights Respecting School Silver Award! What does this mean… Silver: Rights Aware is the second stage of the Rights Respecting Schools Award Silver: Rights Aware comes after Bronze: Rights Committed. It is granted by Unicef UK to schools that show good progress towards embedding children’s rights in […]

Lord Mayor of Birmingham’s Charity

By Gary Evans on Wednesday, December 6, 2017 in British Values, Community, Uncategorized. No Comments


We raised a total of £354.08 for the Lord Mayors Charity. This donation will go to supporting charitable projects around the theme of health and wellbeing, with the major beneficiaries being Dementia UK, Whizz Kids and Cherished/Blossom.Thank you to everyone who supported us on this day.  

Updates from School Council

By Karen Spinks on Tuesday, October 17, 2017 in British Values, Community, School Council. No Comments


Firstly, we would like to introduce ourselves. We were elected by our peers and held our first meeting in the middle of October.    Today, we met for the second time and were pleased to find out that we have been asked to be the school’s steering group for Rights Respecting School. For November, after […]

Black History Month: Hidden figures

By Mr. Setchell on Friday, October 13, 2017 in British Values, Community, Computing, History, Maths, Science, STEM. No Comments


When we think about history, some of the most inspiring stories come from recent times. ‘Hidden Figures’ is a film based on the true story of three brilliant African-American mathematicians – Dorothy Vaughn, Mary Jackson, and Katherine Johnson. They worked at NASA in the 1950s and ’60s making the important calculations that helped launch the […]