Sporting Round Up!

As with every other term this year, there has been a huge amount of sport taking place at school and out in the community. The school teams have again this term had great success in tournaments too. These photos are a snapshot of some of the sporting successes the children have had so far this term. More posts will be sure to follow, in order to share other activities such as Bellboating, bikeability, the KS1 Rounders tournament, sponsored run…and lots, lots more, later in the term.

Congratulations to:

  • All the children and adults who have been joining Mrs Annis before school on Tuesday mornings for running club (numbers are still growing!)
  • Year 4 Tag Rugby Team-1st place at the Blessed Edwards Tag Rugby Festival
  • Year 6 Tennis Team-1st place at the Sainsbury’s Youth Games Regional Qualifier and who will now go on to represent South Worcestershire at the Summer Games.
  • Year 4 Tennis Team-1st place at the Sainsbury’s Youth Games Regional Qualifier and who will now go on to represent South Worcestershire at the Summer Games.
  • Under 9 and Under 11 Girls and Boys Athletics Teams who competed at the CTA Tournament

-U 9 Girls made it through to the relay final and finished 5th, Maisy came 5th in the long jump, Elizabeth came 1st in the 80 m sprint.

U 9 Boys made it through to the final and finished 4th, Toby came 2nd in the throwing

U 11 Boys Jack came 1st in the 600 m

U 11 Girls Caoimhe came 1st in the 100 m sprint, Chloe came 1st in the 600 m race, Natalija 2nd in the long jump, and the relay team came 1st, which meant that they won the U 11 Girls catagory overall and brought home the shield.

As always, a really big thank you to Mrs Annis for her endless enthusiasm and drive in supporting the children and staff in PE and sports. Thanks also to all the parents and grandparents who volunteer to help with these events and without whom we would not be able to do all of these wonderful things!


Street Dance Club Group One

Over the last half term, fifteen children have been enjoying learning and perfecting their moves with Stuart from All Sorts of Performing Arts.  This Friday they will showcase their Street Dance routines to their parents and families.  They have all worked really hard and enjoyed taking part.  Have a look at some of their new skills here:


Street Dance video

Good Luck for Friday!!!

Mrs Baker

Giraffe Sculpture – complete!!!

Mrs Breakwell and our design team have had a busy week finishing off the painting of our giraffe sculpture.  The rest of the children and adults throughout the school have also now put on the final touches, and we waved him “goodbye” on Wednesday.  Take a look at what has been going on this week:

Jeff (our sculpture) will be returned to Crowngate shopping centre, to become part of the “Worcester Stands Tall” sculpture trail, which will begin in July to raise money for St. Richard’s Hospice.  

iPad Safari Trail

Year Three had great fun this afternoon taking part in a “Safari Trail” to guess the teachers’ favourite animals.  Having made a prediction about which animal they thought matched each teacher, the children then used our iPads to play films linked to the pictures to find out the answers.

Millie got all seven correct!!

Take a look at them having a go at the trail here:

The trail was created by Flynn in Year Six, who has worked with me to create the ‘auras’.  These are films which can be embedded into images or used against real objects.  I would like to offer him HUGE congratulations on creating this amazing trail for the school.

I would also like to thank our PTA, who have made it possible for us to have a set of iPads in the school by funding these, the protective cases and the charging trolley.

I hope the rest of the school enjoy following the trail as much as Year Three did.

Mrs Baker

Safari Rangers Day

On Thursday 3rd May we were lucky enough to have a visit from West Midlands Safari Education Team.  Years One to Five spent the morning finding out facts and looking at artefacts about giraffes.  Take a look at some of the brilliant things they did below:

We looked at a giraffe skull and teeth, as well as a skull of a lion (the giraffe’s predator).  Did you know a giraffe’s eyes are about the size of golf balls?

Some children took the “giraffe stride challenge”.  Do you think that your stride is bigger than a giraffe’s?

Take a look at how long their tongues are and what a giraffe tail looks like:

The children all enjoyed learning so many interesting facts from the team – a big thank you to them!!

We also dressed up as animals, zoo keepers, farmers and park rangers.  Take a look at some of the brilliant outfits here:

I would like to thank all of the children for making the effort to dress up for the day and to support St. Richard’s Hospice, as part of the Worcester Stands Tall project.

Thank you!! Mrs Baker

Giraffe Painting – Worcester Stands Tall

Our design team are now well underway in the painting of our giraffe sculpture.  Under the guidance of Mrs Breakwell they have been working on creating the parts of the final design.  Take a look at their progress here:

A huge WELL DONE!! for their efforts so far.  The rest of the school can look forward to adding their very own finger print over the next two weeks.

Watch out here for more updates.  Mrs Baker