Last weekend Mrs Hill, one of our school governors, and Mrs Walters, a governor from St James’ CE Primary School in Wollaston, took part in their first triathlon to raise money for the Classrooms in the Clouds charity which we are supporting as a school. The triathlon consisted of a 400m swi
We have some amazing children at Pedmore. I know I don’t need to tell all our parents that, because they know it! Children never cease to amaze me at what they are capable of, and how they react and deal with certain situations. Let me give you a couple of examples… On Tuesday evening, o
Well done to the four children involved in the spelling competition at Ridgewood Primary School yesterday. This is what they said: “Today we went to a spelling bee at Ridgewood High School. We had lots of words to learn over the past month and it all paid off because…WE WON! We were agai
Here is some fantastic, poignant poetry from some of the children in school. I never cease to be amazed at the insight that our children show – I challenge you not to be moved by these pieces of writing. Well done to you all. 100 Years MW Bullets & Bombs JS Don’t Cry WW1 EH […
It’s been that dreaded time of year again, the time when we do everything we can to keep everyone calm – and the children normally handle it better than the staff! They all did very well again (children, that is) and, as usual, it went very quickly in the end. A lot of hard work [&hellip
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