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Class 3V

Welcome to Class 3V


The staff working in Class 3V are Miss Venner and Mrs Moore.




We made some 'Quiet Critters' this afternoon!

Welcome to 2H

We have designed a really exciting creative curriculum for the coming year based on what has inspired the children, and adding to these topics to meet all the requirements of the National Curriculum. Our literacy will all be based around these topics and some fantastic books have been chosen to engage the children and provide excellent opportunities to write.


We have had a really good first week. The children have come in beautifully and settled in well to the morning routine in 2H. They all look so smart in their uniforms. 


This year P.E. will be on Thursday and Friday. You will also be receiving a letter shortly to say which day your child's home reader will be changed.

Spring 1 Muck,mess and mixtures

This half term our topic is Muck, mess and mixtures. We started our new topic with some very messy play!

Congratulations 2H on a fantastic Diwali assembly. Well donesmiley

Curriculum overview for 2018-2019

Street Detectives - Autumn 2

Our second topic is Street Detectives, we will be kicking off the topic with a visit to the Black Country Living Museum. This topic will look at local history  and how houses, shops and the area have changed over the years.

We had a fantastic day at the Black Country Living Museum, despite the rain! The children found out about how people lived in the past. They even enjoyed a short Charlie Chaplin movie.
Street detectives - We looked at the fire of London and built houses. We watched to see how long it would take them to burn.


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Land Ahoy! Autumn 1


This year our first topic will be Land Ahoy! To kick off the topic the children will be looking at different boats, boat building and enjoying a boat trip on the St. Catherine around some of Birmingham's many miles of canals.

Birmingham Canal trip


We visited the canals in Birmingham and went on a canal boat to see what it would feel like to float along the canal.

The children enjoyed a treasure hunt, following the maps carefully to find their treasure!