Monthly Archives: May 2017

Sister Club Camp on Saturday 3rd June 2017

Here are the details for our girls that are attending this Camp.  Mr Steadman will be attending and he will have free tickets for the Chelsea game straight after should you require them.


Tag Rugby Fun

Tag Rugby is so popular in school that we currently run a lunch time club, two after school clubs and have inter-school competitions organised this term.  Thank you to Mitch from Worcester Warriors Rugby Club for your continued support.


Birmingham Royal Ballet Success

We were thrilled to receive this letter from Birmingham Royal Ballet this week to inform us that 3 of our Year 1 children.  have secured places on their Gifted & Talented ‘Dance Track’ programme from September 2017.  This is a monumental achievement as they were chosen from 4000 children from across Birmingham and the West Midlands taking part in school workshops, and from 737 children who reached the final workshops at Birmingham Hippodrome.  We are so proud of them and will support them on their exciting journey.


Girls Football Club Fun

Our girls football club for Years 1-3, provided in partnership with the University of Birmingham Sports Faculty, continues to be really popular this term!

It provides the opportunity for our younger girls to be introduced to football, be active and have fun with friends, with pathways in place for all participants to continue to play and enjoy football through The FA’s SSE Wildcats Girls’ Football Club Project.

The Project is an integral part of The FA’s objective to double girls’ football participation by 2020 and has been established in a joint partnership between The FA and SSE, supporters of girls’ football participation and sponsor of the SSE Women’s FA Cup.

If you want to join the fun, please speak to Mr Steadman.


Change 4 Life Festival

Our Year 4 children had a fun and energetic afternoon at Shenley Academy this week, competing in a ‘Change 4 Life’ festival aimed at promoting physical activity as one of the ways of leading a healthy lifestyle.

The children, all of whom were new to this type of opportunity, competed against other local schools in a range of running and throwing events, finishing in second place overall with a massive 357 points.  Well done everyone, you were real team players!