We held our eighth ASPIRE Awards Assembly (for Autumn 1) today. These are the pupils who were nominated from each class (posing proudly with members of their family in some photos). Please click on the booklet to enlarge before reading. After hearing why each class teacher had nominated these children, all nominees were awarded with a certificate […]
Wow, what a fantastic response we had to our whole-school wooden spoon scarecrow competition! Thank you to everyone who entered! Here is a slideshow of all the scarecrows in our planters. Don’t they look splendid?! Mr Peter Bruno, Co-Opted Governor, judged the competition. It took him a long time to carefully examine all the scarecrows! […]
This morning, all the children and members of staff from Years 1 to 6 walked to St John’s Methodist Church for our Harvest festival. Thank you to the many parents and carers who met us there and joined-in with our celebrations! Please click on the images below to watch a video of each performance! We […]
In partnership with Walsall Adult Community College, we will be holding pampering events for parents where you can learn the following skills over four sessions:
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We held our seventh ASPIRE Awards Assembly (for Summer 2) on Friday 15th July. These are the pupils who were nominated from each class (posing proudly with members of their family). Please click on the booklet to enlarge before reading. After hearing why each class teacher had nominated these children, all nominees were awarded with a certificate which was […]
Happy Father’s Day to all of the top ‘men’ who have such a positive impact on the children’s lives. Thank you for being a great influence. Happy Father’s Day! @MakatonCharity #Makaton #Daddy #Father #wetalkmakaton pic.twitter.com/Yp6jNYy8mT — Singing Hands (@singinghands) June 19, 2016 Pupils all made ties last Friday as a fun way of saying thank you. Pupils were invited to tweet us a photo of their chosen recipient wearing the tie (with the hash tags #mioleman and #mioleboy – Black Country dialect).
In this morning’s assembly, each class performed their product pitch – for this afternoon’s Market Hall – to the rest of the school.
The whole school were treated to the ‘Yes, We Can!’ show from ventriloquist Marc Griffiths this morning. The show is all about raising our aspirations – the perfect accompaniment for our ASPIRE values. We saw how by changing his attitude, by changing the way he thinks, by believing he can, and by choosing to work hard, […]
This term’s lunchtime award winners received their certificates and prizes from Mark Griffiths! As you know, the lunchtime supervisors vote on a winner from each key stage. This Reception pupil was chosen for always being well-mannered and polite at lunchtimes! A huge improvement in her lunchtime behaviour meant that this pupil was a worthy lunchtime […]