To celebrate National Poetry Day on Thursday 6th October 2016, each class learnt a poem (some of which were composed by a British poet) off-by-heart and then recited it, with actions, to the rest of the school during a special assembly. Year One performed ‘A Little Bird’s Song‘ by Margaret Rose whilst they were visiting Conkers! […]
Check out how ‘The Birthday Crown’ was made in this video: Read all about the making of ‘The bIrthday Crown’ on Kate’s blog.
Here at Leamore, we have been incredibly lucky today. We have had a very special visitor in school… Mark Lewis-Francis, the olympic gold medallist! We started the day with a celebratory assembly, for which Miss Francis and Mrs Bradley had decorated the hall- thank you! Miss Thomas introduced Mark and he told us a little […]
Alongside pupils from other Walsall primary schools, one of our Year Five pupils represented Leamore Primary at the Council House for Commonwealth Day where she was also able to meet the Mayor of Walsall! Not sure what the Commonwealth actually is? Well, the Commonwealth is a family of 53 countries from all over the world, spanning the […]
This morning’s assembly saw the launch of our Easter Crafts competitions. Pupils enjoyed watching videos of some simple Easter crafts that they could make at home. Children were bursting with ideas by the time assembly was over! Here is a fun craft video from Poundland! Following our visit from the Queen, we also enjoyed learning about […]
In assembly this morning, we were visited by Guy Fawkes! Fortunately, Mr Fawkes didn’t want to blow Leamore Primary School up. Instead, after watching an interesting animation about Guy Fawkes, he handed out stickers to children who were able to share facts for keeping safe on Bonfire Night.