Recently we've been using Purple Mash to create our own documents and games online. Here's a link to a game I created using the 2DIY application.

You can access Purple Mash using the link on the Pupils' page of our website.
Final arrangements for our visit to Cosford on Thursday:

  • Doors to the South Hall will be open from 8.15am and we will be leaving at 9.00am. Please ensure your child is in school by 8.45am at the latest.
  • All children should wear black trousers, shorts or skirt.
  • Children in Reception, Y1, Y2 and 3B should have a royal blue short sleeved top or shirt.
  • Children in 3L, Y4, Y5 and Y6 should have a white long sleeved top or shirt.
  • All children will need a packed lunch - they may need more than usual due to it being a longer day. It would be very helpful if lunchboxes were not brought - please wrap in foil etc. so that rubbish can all be thrown away.
  • Children should wear their school sweatshirt over their top (please ensure sweatshirts are named).
  • All children should bring / wear a waterproof coat.
The event will continue even if the weather is wet. If the weather is too severe, it will take place inside the hangars etc. so that the children will still be part of the proceedings.

We seem to have been given a very prestigious role in the parade and it is very likely that there will be a lot of media coverage. Therefore, it is very likely that the children will either be photographed or even filmed. If you consider this is going to cause a problem, please contact us immediately to discuss it further.

PLEASE keep Upper Road clear on Thursday morning and evening. Make every attempt to walk or use Tesco car park. It is vital that the road is clear for both residents and our coaches.

We anticipate arriving back at school at 5.00pm. Please collect Reception children from their classes as usual, Y1 from their classrooms (using the main entrance) and ALL OTHER children from the South Hall.

Thank you.
An amazing Magic Box poem by Lily...

I will put in the box...

The largest elephant in the whole wide world,
The tip of a tongue from a UFO,
Fire from the dark depths of the Earth.

I will put in the box...

A huge frozen wave stuck in Antarctica,
A classroom with no children in it,
A sun the colour of lemon fizz.

I will put in the box...

A scale from an unknown beast,
An ancient grasshopper telling tales,
A cocoa bean coloured horse running free.

I will put in the box...

The first steam train ever,
A baby white star shining in the night,
A ten-thousand-year-old bear from Egypt.

My box is fashioned from silver, gold and wood,
With dinosaurs' bones on the lid and spiders' webs in the corners.
Its hinges are made of metal with a tint of magic.

I shall explore in my box in the African jungles,
I shall make a tiger coat and fall asleep.
We have been writing our own versions of Kit Wright's Magic Box poem. Here is an example from Liam:

I will put in the box...
Fire from the nostrils of a Chinese dragon,
The forbidden gates to the underworld,
The tip of a tongue touching a fang,
An eclipse and a meteor shower happening at the same time,
The rebirth of King Arthur.

I will put in the box...
The fresh, new warm summer sunflower,
The smell of a fiery, fireburst drop of dragon's blood.

My box is made of...
Six jewels from six beasts,
Tokens from other realms,
Fangs from a magnificent dragon,
The wings of a roc - indestructible steel.
The new blog is designed to be a quick way to share news, links and information with our audience.
This is our new blog. We are hoping to use it to share news with you about our school. This should be a great way to share our achievements with a wider audience.