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13.03.24- Cycling Next Term


Starting next term as part of PE, Y4 will be having several lessons of cycling with Richard from British Cycling. The class will be split up into groups and have a 30 minute cycling lesson in the afternoon- all bikes and helmets will be provided!


The sessions will be adapted so that no matter what ability, children will be able to take part. If your child cannot ride a bike, then please let us know beforehand so that we can prepare Richard.


At the end of the sessions, we will arrange a trip to Manor Abbey Cycling Club where Richard runs a weekly club for children interested in bike racing.


If you have any concerns/questions about these sessions, please contact myself or Mr Hyde.


Miss Moran :)

Project Day

It is Year 4's project day on Wednesday 7th February about Ancient Greece. Please could children come in their PE kits and bring any costumes that they may want to change into after PE.

Feel free to come and visit the children's projects at 2:45.

We look forward to seeing you then, 


Many Thanks,


Miss Moran :)


Y4 Violin 'Come and Play' at Birmingham Symphony Hall - Sunday 10th March


Dudley Performing Arts (DPA) have organised a 'Come and Play' session on Sunday 10th March at Birmingham Symphony Hall. As Y4 are learning to play the violin, they have been invited to attend to play some of the pieces that they have been learning, with other children.


This event is not organised through school so any information, queries or questions about the day or attendance must be sent to a member of the DPA team.


All information about the event can be found at: DPA at Birmingham Symphony Hall 2024


To enrol your child a place on the 'Come and Play' session: Enrol your child to come and play 

(The first session is for violins)


Tickets for the event can be purchased directly from Birmingham Symphony Hall: Birmingham Symphony Hall

Important- RSHE content in the coming weeks

The Life to the Full programme is based on the structure of ‘A Model Catholic RSE Curriculum’ by the Catholic Education Service. This model curriculum was highlighted as a work of good practice by the Department of Education so we therefore have confidence that the programme will be fit for purpose in supporting the growth and development of your child. 


Life to the Full is much more than a series of lessons. It is an entire platform of creative resources that will engage, inform and inspire our children and, indeed, you as parents. This includes interactive video content, story-based activities, employing a wide range of teaching tools, original worship music and an accompanying programme of classroom prayers. 


In addition, there will be an online parent platform so that you, as parent and carers, can engage with the teaching and deepen the experience for your child. 


To access the online parent platform please visit: 


As part of our subscription to "Life to the Full", all parents will be able to access the Online Parent Portal with the following login credentials: 


Parent Portal 

Username ol-kenelm-b63 

Password alton-towers 


Life to the Full is intended to be partnership between home, school and church. We know that you already do a fantastic job and we see our new programme, Life to the Full, as a means to further develop, support and enrich the partnership between home, school and church so that your child is fully supported. 


Over the next few weeks, we will be covering Unit 1 Modules 2-4. If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to ask.


Many Thanks


Miss Moran :)

Hope you have all had a well rested Christmas break!

We will be having our first project day about the Ancient Greeks on Wednesday 7th February. As our PE slot is first, feel free to bring some ancient Greek clothing to change into afterwards! 


See you next week,

Miss Moran :)