... SPORTS DAY - Tuesday 7th July 2015. Gates open at 12.45pm. Soft Drinks will be on sale thanks to the PTA......


Dear Parents,

I had the absolute pleasure last week of watching Year 5 pupils perform at Solihull School in ‘Solihull Sings’.  Mr Walker, from Solihull School, has been teaching the Year 5 pupils weekly.  The massed choir from both Solihull and Birmingham schools was expertly taught and conducted by Mr Walker on the day!  The children all sang beautifully and it was lovely to see how much progress they had made in such a short amount of time.  Well done to all of Year 5 pupils and many thanks to the parents who were able to support.

Over the last two weeks, Year 6 enjoyed a variety of visitors talking to them about their careers.  This is what Jack, Elise and Gabbi had to say:

‘Careers week was a great opportunity to learn about all the jobs in the world!  There were lots of medical jobs and it was nice to see how many different jobs are available in that area.  Also, I know have an idea about what I want for my job in the future.’

‘We loved people coming in to tell us about their jobs.  We especially liked finding out about different jobs like the Fire Service, hospital worker and designer!’

I hope many of you will be able to join us today for the Summer Fair – fingers crossed the rain will hold off until we finish!

Best wishes,

Miss Wilkes



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w/c 6th July 2015

6th - Langley Induction Day
6th - 4LS Lunt Fort Trip
7th - Sports Day
8th - SEN Coffee Morning
8th - Y3 Swimming
8th - 4TB Lunt Fort Trip
9th - Y3 Swimming
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10th - School Bank
10th - Y3 Swimming
10th - 4VW Guitar Concert

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