Year Five were lucky enough to be invited to The Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton, to watch an adaptation of Michael Morpurgo’s Running Wild. Before the performance the children took part in a puppet master class, where they learnt how puppets are made, including their movements and sounds. Two children were selected to make an Orang-utan puppet […]
Queen Victoria Primary was visited by the Google Expeditions Team on Friday 29th May. With the use of Virtual Reality headsets; pupils viewed an exciting variety of 360° photo spheres and 3D images including The Great Barrier Reef, the Amazon Forest and even outer space.
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A huge thank you to everyone who helped raise money for Red Nose Day. The response has been fantastic, and so far together we raised over £600, which is phenomenal, as we are still in the process of counting up all of the pennies! It is brilliant that Queen Vic’s contribution will help change the lives of […]
A huge thank you to parents and carers for getting dirty during our whole school earthworm investigation. The children used their scientific skills to become citizen scientists by collecting data on the abundance and diversity of earthworms in Sedgley. The experiment was designed by real scientists from the National History Museum. The children made a […]