We had great fun filling our big ‘red nose’ in the hall in assembly this morning. As you can see from the pictures there was a huge amount of change brought into school – thank you all so much! We raised the grand total of £387.00!
MOMO Challenge You are probably aware through news and media outlets that the ‘MOMO Challenge’ is once again being shared through various social media sites and games. There have been a lot of stories and reports, many of which have been sensationalised by the media. However, there have been som
Earlier this week, Gordon Banks died at the age of 81. What many of you may not know, is that the great man himself visited Pedmore CE Primary in 1972. The Head Teacher at the time, Mrs Smith, organised the visit as her brother was a personal friend of Gordon. A football match was played […]
This week has seen three performances of our nativity, ‘It’s A Cracker’. And what a cracker it was. All the children involved, from Reception through to Year 2, put on a wonderful show, full of enthusiasm, laughs, great acting, super singing and some groovy moves too! It was a priv
Thank you to all our Year 1 families for supporting the children with their homework this term. We have had some super pieces of work and some extremely creative models. We are sad to see our ogre family go home but we are looking forward to what the next term brings.
Thank you for your support during our coffee morning on 29th September. The school council worked really hard to set things up and serve all our guests. an amazing total of £316.50 was raised and this has been sent off to the charity for them to start using as soon as possible.
Linking with the major Christian Festival of the Autumn, our Value this term is generosity. We have already heard many stories about how the things we do can make a difference in all sorts of ways and that generosity doesn’t always mean giving money – sometimes it can be your time, tal
Yesterday 6 members of our worship council went to St James’ Church in Wollaston to meet with around 100 other children who are also working as worship council reps in their schools. During the morning we all spent time looking at how God gives us a harvest of so much and this was linked to [&
Here’s a link to the latest edition of DITTO, an e-safety magazine produced every few months. DITTO September 2018
Thank you so much to everyone who contributed to the money collection we had for the Black Country Foodbank. As we mentioned in the Newsletter collectively we raised £700. ON Monday last week a couple of the school council went, along with Mrs Homer and some volunteers, to ASDA, Brierley Hill and