Children, parents and staff joined Mrs Chamberlain for a fantastic party on Monday. Mrs Chamberlain says: “What a wonderful party – thank you so much for coming and for all your support over the years. Wishing everyone in the school community every happiness.”
Last night year 6 put on a fabulous production of Joseph – we are so proud of them!
We had perfect weather for our Sports Day on Monday. In Juniors, Pheonix won, closely followed by Griffins. Reception and Nursery children participated in basketball, football goal scoring, target throwing, an obstacle course, an egg and spoon race and a race balancing a bean bag on the head. All the children had fun and showed great sportsmanship!
As one of their rewards for working so hard during the year, Year Six children went to Frankie and Benny’s to make (and eat!) their own pizza. They had a fantastic time and their pizzas were delicious! Special thanks to Stephanie and her team for making us all feel so welcome.
As part of our topic on Birmingham, we went to Cadbury World. We learnt how the Cadbury brothers developed the chocolate factory, and how the village of Bournville was built as a result. We learnt all about Victorian times and how Cadbury treated their factory workers. In addition, we learnt about where chocolate was discovered […]
We were lucky enough to have the Animal Man come in to visit us here at Raddlebarn as part of our ‘Vets and Pets’ topic. He brought many animals including a giant tortoise called Meldrew, some lizards, bearded dragons, a hedgehog and a tarantula! He taught us how to care for animals and about where […]
Year 5 children travelled back in time to VIctorian times last week, on a trip to the Black Country Living Museum. They took part in a lesson, went down a mine, visited a Victorian fun fair and learnt lots about how Victorian people lived. It was fantastic!
We had some very kind volunteers today in the form of some of our Nursery Mums, to help us give our outdoor area a makeover! We dug, weeded, watered and even found some mini beasts. We are now proudly growing beans, tomatoes, strawberries, peas, rocket and pumpkins! Thank you to all who gave up their […]
In Nursery, we love food! So we decided to grow our own cress heads. We followed instructions to plant the seeds but then had to keep watering them so they would grow. We looked like we had lots of green hair! Once it had grown, we made cress sandwiches and all enjoyed trying something new!
Reception children had a fantastic time when they went to Umberslade Farm with Nursery children. Have a look at some pictures.