Sky Class performed their fabulous assembly this week informing everyone about the Anglo-Saxons and their place in British history. The children worked extremely hard to learn their lines, their song and actions to make their performance truly amazing. They also created costumes and props to make the assembly come to life. Thank you to all…
This evening in our after school club we had the Groundworks – Let’s Play activity team join us. The children were able to complete art activities, have a go at dodgeball, basketball and archery. The after school children had great fun and asked when can they visit again.
The children had a chance to experience a trip to the airport, check in and a flight. They were able to role play being crew and giving food and drink out. We saw lots of different types of planes and were amazed at how big some of them were.
Today Poppy Class completed the Trim Trail Sponsored Event. All the children completed the event helping each other and encouraging each other. We are very proud of you and are looking forward to using the funds raised by the event for our End of Year Party Extravaganza!!
Friday morning was not a usual one at Perryfields Primary School. The children arrived to greet an ‘August visitor’ with sheer excitement and eagerness. Baggie Bird of the West Bromwich Albion came to congratulate and reward pupils for participating in the Fizz Free February initiative. Marmalade Class and the entire school enjoyed taking photos and…
Sky Class enjoyed their first Forest School session on Friday. They explored their environment, finding plenty of places to hide during a game of hide and seek. There were some very innovative hiding places. We worked together as a team in games of trust. We enjoyed the mild weather and the mud! Next time, please…
Today in Amber class we held our first poetry slam. The children read a selection of poems and decided which one they liked the most. Everyone participated in reading their poem before the class. The children democratically voted for the person that they felt gave to best overall performance. Who will win our next poetry slam?
For our Geography Day, we looked at rain sticks. We talked about which countries they originated from and understood why they were used. We decorated the outside before inserting beads and rice inside!
On Tuesday the children from Amber class had a fantastic time in the forest. The children collected as many different leaves as they could find and identified what sort of tree they were from. Afterwards, their comments were “I love forest School!”
We looked at a range of different rocks and we used all of our senses.Then we discussed how they smelt and what they felt like. Mrs Millward wrote down all of the words we shared, then we made comparisons of the different rocks.