Third Space Learning We hosted a Maths Showcase on Wednesday 23rd November with Third Space Learning. Other teachers in the area came and found out more about the maths intervention we currently use for our pupils. A number of Year 6 children participate in individualised maths workshops called Third Space Learning. Maths tutors in India […]
During Anti – Bullying Week Year 4 wanted to work with our Creative Friends to produce a deep thinking film exploring this issue. They created the story line and engineered the direction that the film took- take a look – it has great impact! Well done Year 4.
After pupils researched the use and misuse of alcohol they developed characters and storylines that reflect real life situations. The children took on these characters and were interviewed about their experiences. The following short films are all fictitious. Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.
Thank you again to all the children who designed a Christmas card for the Dudley Christmas Card Competition 2017 for Ian Austin MP. A huge congratulations to Grace Wilson 6D, who is the runner up of the competition. Grace was presented with her prize, a Waterstones gift voucher, at the Carol Concert today. Here is […]
A huge thank you to everyone who helped us raise money for Children in Need 2017. We had an amazing day dressing up as ‘Super Heroes’. Well done to the winners of the ‘Guess the number of spots’ competition. Jake in class 3N won the jar of sweets for correctly guessing that The Leadership Team […]
A huge thank you to all the children who designed a Christmas card for the Dudley Christmas Card Competition 2017. The designs will all be sent to Ian Austin MP today. The winning card will be used as Ian’s official Parliamentary Christmas Card and sent out to over a thousand people in Dudley and across […]
Queen Victoria Year 6 Remembrance Assembly November is the time of the year when we wear a red poppy in memory of those who sacrificed their lives for us during the wars. What is Remembrance? It is on the 11th November, a very special day that is set aside to remember all those men and women […]
Today children at Queen Victoria came to school dressed in blue and yellow to raise funds for ‘Dyspraxia Awareness’. Megan and her sister Amber had organised the day for us all to get together for this amazing charity. We are delighted to announce that we raised £420 through your kind donations.