Young Voices 2017

Last Monday the choir took part in the annual Young Voices concert at the Genting Arena, Birmingham.

They performed with over 6000 children to a packed audience, and as always were a credit to the school.

Well done for a brilliant show!

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5H Space Camp

5H took part in Earlsdon’s first space camp last week. They did a range of science activities to learn more about space, including star gazing and visiting an onsite planetarium. We were supported by visiting staff from Warwick University who answered some fantastic questions. 5H then slept in tents overnight and had a lovely breakfast in the morning thanks to the PTA. They had a really great experience and learnt a lot. Well done for all the children, and to ...

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Michael Foale assembly

We were very lucky to be visited by Michael Foale. He delivered a fantastic and inspiring assembly in which he talked about the value of perseverance.

Michael Foale is a British-American astrophysicist and former NASA astronaut. He is a veteran of six Space Shuttle missions and extended missions on both Mir and the International Space Station. He was the first Briton to perform a space walk, and until 17 April 2008, he ...

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Science Fair 2016

We had many amazing entries into this year’s Science Fair.

We were lucky to have a guest judge, Will Haywood, who is a Science Lecturer from the University of Warwick.

All the children impressed with their science knowledge and some exceptional projects were chosen to present their work at the University of Warwick Science Fair.

Well done to everyone who took part.

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Bedtime Books

The children in KS1 and FS have been introduced to Bamboo the Bedtime Book Gorilla. Each  child is welcome to borrow one book at a time from his castle. This is an additional book for you to enjoy with your child at bedtime. These books are not staged or levelled so allow your child to choose any book. Encourage your child to read to you but also model reading to your child (no matter how good a reader).

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Year 2 Crimean War Day

Year 2 had a wonderful day dressed as nurses and soldiers from the Crimean War. The soldiers went and battled each other, sadly, some soldiers were trampled by horses, some had scurvy, others stabbed themselves with weapons. Meanwhile, the nurses turned the classrooms into Scutari hospital ready to welcome and care for the wounded soldiers. They fed them, changed bandages and even read books to the soldiers. It was a wonderful day filled with excitement, imagination and taste of history.


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