This week Reception Class worked in groups to create their own story maps of the story of The Snail and the Whale, by Julia Donaldson. They used their creativity to change both the problem and the resolution. Some of their new stories included jellyfish and 
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As part of this half term’s history topic on Viking Britain, Year 4 visited Bishop’s Wood Environmental Centre for a Viking Day. They were very excited on arrival to be met by a Viking settler, who told them about his homeland, how and why he 
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On Monday Mr Hall, Mrs Clay and Miss Handley took Years 5 and 6 bellboating on the Avon, led by bellboating inventor, Andy Train. The group were amazing, experiencing all our seasons in one day, and padding against strong currents and winds. They paddled upriver 
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Hopscotch pre-school visited Webbs Garden Centre on Tuesday, to find out the answers to some of the children’s questions about fish.   Before looking at the fish we saw some other animals. There were some fluffy looking rabbits, that made us laugh. We also saw 
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The Eco Council, and Mrs Barker, have signed up to take part in this exciting collaborative project, partnering with the Higaonon indigenous people on the island of Mindanao, Southern Philippines and the Columba Missionaries. We are one of twenty Catholic schools who have committed to 
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Over the past two weeks Reception Class have been learning about the traditional story of The Gingerbread Man. They have learned to retell the story using actions and a story map and during ‘own learning time’, have drawn their own story maps. The children also 
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Year 3 enjoyed a fantastic morning of outdoor learning with local archaeologist Nina O’Hare. The class climbed up to the remains of the Iron Age Hill fort on Bredon Hill for They found out how long a go the Iron Age was, made a time 
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Yesterday Year 4 visited Pershore Abbey as part of their history topic, Anglo Saxon Britain. The visit was arranged so that the children could learn more about the Abbey and its history, and find out what life was like for the Anglo Saxon monks who 
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Year 6 enjoyed a fun-filled learning day at the Black Country Living Museum and are full of enthusiasm now to begin their new topic on the Victorian Era and the impact of the Industrial Revolution, after half term.   The day began with a short talk 
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Yesterday Year 1 had a wonderful morning of PE learning at Blessed Edwards, led very ably by the School’s Young Leaders. The children really enjoyed meeting up with children from other schools and took part in a wide range of PE-based activities, designed to develop 
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