The children of Pedmore were privileged to have the book fair visit our school today. Below are a selection of pictures of year 5 being taught the culture and language of Africa. The children also learned how to sing and count in Swahili. They even got to try on some traditional African dress, befor
Welcome back to a new term. Watch this space for more exciting year 5 news!
On behalf of year 5, we wish you all a happy Easter.
Huge Congratulations to everyone who has represented the school in the 3 rounds of the Stourbridge Learning Partnership Cross Country Championship. Both the Boys and Girls teams did amazingly well and finished a respectable 3rd over all. Special mention goes to Kiki achieving 3rd in round 1 out of a
Year 5 had loads of fun making Anglo-Saxon houses with their parents. The children brought in their own cereal boxes to create a 3D version of an Anglo-Saxon building. The children then went on to paint their buildings, before moving on to making animals for their buildings out of clay. Here are som
A huge congratulations to year 5 for winning the Spelling Bee competition for the Stourbridge area. The children came up against some tough competition from other schools, but came through triumphant for Pedmore. Here are the children with their certificates and trophy.
This week, the children designed their own Anglo-Saxon and Roman shields as part of their Invaders topic. Here are some pictures of their fantastic artwork.
Today, the children learned about the Christian teaching of the trinity. Year 5 and 6 took part in various activities, including word hunts, charades and a shamrock leaf craft. Below are some photos of their work.
A massive well done to all the children in senior choir who went to the Genting Arena on Friday 27th January to take part in Young Voices. They had worked really hard since September to learn words to more than 15 different songs and they were amazing. They were a credit to the school in […]
The children celebrated the Chinese new year by creating a part of the dragon’s body by using paint, card and various art material. The children also created Chinese lanterns using paper card and lollipop sticks. See photos below.