Atomic Abbie wowed the school with her Mad Science assembly this morning! Everyone’s excited faces lit up when we investigated how paper burns differently when dipped in 200 chemicals! We all became scientists as we predicted how high the cork would blast off the test tube filled with bicarbonate of soda (sodium bicarbonate) and vinegar […]
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 […]
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.
PCSO Ben from West Midlands Police visited us in assembly today to talk about anti-social behaviour at Halloween & Bonfire Night. Ben was very impressed with the behaviour of pupils at Leamore Primary School; the quality of questions that they asked him after his talk and how much information they could remember! Ben showed us […]
In today’s assembly, we watched a short animation called ‘Bridge’ where a moose and a bear meet on a bridge and can’t figure out how to go past each other. Pairs of children were invited to travel along our own bridge to see what strategies they could think of for solving this problem. These two […]
The children have had a mooovellous ‘World Milk Day’. Here is a snippet of how it all began! Amoolia surprised us in assembly with the Milkshake dance! Assembly Dance from Leamore Primary School on Vimeo. Amoolia Dacing! from Leamore Primary School on Vimeo.
The children of Leamore Primary celebrated ‘Roald Dahl Day’ today in assembly with a game that Mrs Hill designed around the brilliant book ‘The Twits’! A Y6 pupil challenged Mr Ellison in a food competition! The contestants had to sniff each food item (whilst blindfolded!) and guess what it was. Each correct answer gained them […]
To celebrate Queen Elizabeth II becoming Britain’s longest-reigning monarch, we used our maths problem solving skills in assembly today to calculate how many years and days Queen Elizabeth II and her great grandmother, Queen Victoria, reigned for.
Take a glimpse at our very first ‘ASPIRE Awards’ assembly in the slideshow below! A very big thank you to all parents and carers who attended and to Vanessa Holding (Joint Chair of Governors) for presenting the awards.
These areÂ our very first ‘ASPIRE Awards‘ nominations. Good luck to all pupils involved! Nominations have been shared with members of the Governing Body for voting. Nursery Nominations Dhiyana J Dhiyana always does her best. She works hard and consistently produces very good work.Â Dhiyana is eager to extend her learning and loves to work independently to […]