Year 6 Leavers’ Mass – Non Uniform

Year 6 are going to wear their leavers’ hoodies to mass tomorrow so the children have been told that they can come to school in non-uniform. They should have a t-shirt on to wear underneath their hoodie. For those Year 6s wanting to coordinate what they are wearing, remember the hoodies are grey! I’m sure they’ll all look fab!

School Games Gold Award

We are delighted to announce that we have achieved the School Games Gold Mark Award for the 2017/18 academic year.

The School Games Mark is a Government led award scheme launched in
2012, facilitated by the Youth Sport Trust to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community, and we are delighted to have been recognised for our success.

Year 5 and 6 Memo

I have got several pairs of black leggings left over from the play, all with no name in. If you think they are your child’s, please tell them to come and have a look at them in the Year 5 classroom. I will keep them until the end of term before donating them.

Thank you.

Water World!

Year 4 and 5 had a ‘splashing time’ at Water World today! We were so proud to watch them beam with confidence as they played in the water, bravely tackle the many flumes and also behave extremely sensibly in such a busy environment!

Thank you to all of the children for a fabulous day! Thank you also to everyone who came along to make it a safe and enjoyable experience for all.

Mrs Hartwell & Miss Frearson.

Year Three Go WILD!

WOW! What a lovely trip. Year Three visited Dudley Zoo today and what a wonderful end of year trip to finish a brilliant year. The children were incredibly well behaved as they always are and represented the school wonderfully. Despite the crowds of people and other schools we managed to pack a huge amount of walking, exploring and map-reading into a relatively short period of time.

Some of us came face to face with a tiger; saw the giraffes eating from the tree tops, monkeys monkeying around and some close encounters with lots of animals. The children had the chance to feed the Lorikeets, stroke the chinchillas, feed the meerkats and wave hello as well as ROAR at lots of different animals along the way. We even had the chance to watch a bird of prey display whilst eating our lunch!

The freedom of such a huge space was brilliant for the children who let off some steam by running around the various playgrounds and
adventure areas. Some very tired but content children on the journey back home, they’ll sleep well tonight.

Our last trip of Year Three – it’s been a blast!

Waterworld Reminder

Tomorrow is our trip to Waterworld!

Here are some final reminders for you. Please ensure that:

  • Children are in school for 8:30am prompt so we can leave at 8:45am. The hall doors will be open from 8:15.
  • Children are wearing their school PE kit.
  • Children have their swimming kit (full body suit or swimming trunks) and a towel.
  • Children bring a bottle of water bottle and a healthy snack.
  • CHILDREN BRING A NON-REFUNDABLE £1 COIN FOR THE LOCKERS.

We are due to arrive back to school at 3:15pm but please, as always, keep an eye on the website for any updates regarding traffic.

Many thanks,

Mrs Hartwell and Miss Frearson

 

Congratulations Fr Gerard

Our Year 5 and 6 children were honored to attend the ordination service of Fr Gerard Toman, a former pupil of All Souls school, on Friday 6th July.  It was a beautiful service and celebration and we were delighted to be asked to sing Hail Queen of Heaven after Holy communion.  We wish Fr Gerard the best of luck, and will keep him in our prayers, as he settles into life at Walsingham in August.

Stone Soup

Year 2 have had a great day of chopping, frying, blending and blitzing to make their very own Stone (Vegetable) Soup. Well done to all children for trying out new skills and having a taste! They’ve all promised to give parents a hand in the kitchen this weekend with their new cooking skills!