For our WWII topic, we went on a class trip to Bewdley Museum where they keep various artifacts from WWII. We were able to handle some artifacts, go down into an air-raid shelter and play with some toys from the 1940s! Not only did we learn many new things on our visit, we taught…
We had a Bollywood dance instructor come to Perryfields to teach us some Bollywood dance moves! We all took part and really enjoyed this activity!
Today we had various agencies join us for the day to discuss keeping ourselves safe! Miss Clulow learned a lot from PC Treasure!
In our science lesson we worked in groups to test whether a material was a conductor or an insulator. We did this by making a simple circuit and adding particular materials to the circuit to see if the bulb would light up or not.
Buttercups were incredibly lucky to have bonus reading time with a Year 6 buddy. We spent time with a partner reading our books and developing our comprehension skills. Mulberry class were excellent at helping us understand the meaning of new words- our own personal dictionaries! We are excited about the next opportunity we have to…
In Class 6 we have been making clay monsters – some of them were convinced that they were re-creating Mrs Bates and Miss Clulow’s gorgeous faces!
Today in forest school, we worked in teams to build a shelter using waterproof sheets, string and natural resources such as sticks, leaves, stones, logs and mud! We used our values: collaboration, responsibility, patience and perseverance.
Key Stage 2 had a fantastic time during sports day. Well done to Griffin House for winning the House Cup.
KS 2 had the opportunity to watch the CBSO perform at Symphony Hall. We had an amazing experience and learnt about the instruments of the orchestra and the purpose of the conductor. It was awe inspiring. Thank you Mrs Baker and Miss Bedesha for organising it all. We can’t wait until next year.
Year 5 have been on a trip to the Black Country Museum today. We got to experience a Victorian school lesson as well as what life would have been like for workers in the mines. We were able to learn about Victorian medicine, toys, church, food, shopping and living conditions. Children were able to see…