News & Events
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We also use Twitter - however, due to safeguarding our children, we only upload pictures of children whom we have parent consent from.
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NSPCC Speak out. Stay Safe
The NSPCC visited our school during September to deliver their "Speak out Stay Safe" programme! The programme was delivered using child friendly, interactive assemvlies and workshops to give our children information about how to keep themselves safe from harm and how to get help if they have any worries. We are confident that our children feel empowered - knowing how they can speak out and stay safe
Year 4 Egyptologist Visit
Our Year 4 pupils had the pleasure of having a visit from an Egyptologist last term. The day involved dressing up as Egyptians and learning all about their ways of living
Remembrance Day 2018
All of our classes celebrated remembrance day. This is a display of our wonderful work. We also honoured a minutes silence throughout the school.
Adopt a school cooking session
We had the pleasure of having Chef Idris Caldora visit our school to work with our Year 5 children to expand their learning of food and healthy eating.
All of our children enjoyed celebrating the Diwali festival this Autumn Term 2018
Our Royal wedding celebrations on Friday 18th May 2018
We made some egg-cellent creations at the PTA Easter events!
Breakfast With Santa 2019
Our Frozen themed breakfast with Santa was so much fun! All the children had a such a great time seeing Santa and Enjoying their breakfast! Thank you to all the staff and volunteers who helped make this day special!
Our Halloween Disco was a blast! The children had a great time and it was a great way to finish the half term! We raised a fantastic £361.50 for our school fund! Thank you!
Year 3 Trip to the Black Country Living Museum
Our Year 3 pupils enjoyed fun filled day out to the Black Country Living Museum. They enjoyed learning about the history of the black country and met some interesting characters along the way!
Recently, we have been fortunate enough to have been supported by an organisation called 'Hateley Cross Big Local'. Having proposed a 3 year plan, details outlined above, they granted us funding that will allow us to carry out our environmental and inspirational plans - this will commence in the academic year of 2018-19.