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Wow! We are so proud of year 1 children for the way they spoke, sang, acted and danced so confidently in our class assembly today! What a truly talented bunch they are. Well done every one!

I’m Hungry Poem

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Line Dancing

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What a fantastic time we all had at Little Owls Farm today! Have a look at what we got up to.

DT Week in Year 1: Designing sails and building our own land yachts; harvesting our potatoes and peas and making our own potato salad; building shelters and designing healthy food plates using the potatoes we have grown. We have been busy!


Today, we came to school dressed in our PJ’s as it was Pyjamarama day. We helped raise money for the book trust charity, which works hard to ensure that all young children get to experience the joy of a bedtime story.


We also visited our local public Library in Halesowen and were able to borrow a book and we shared in two stories while we were there! What a super way to celebrate Pyjamarama day! 

A big thank you to those parents who very kindly accompanied us to the Library. 🙏🏼❤️👍🏻

Year 1 celebrated the Coronation of King Charles with an afternoon of fun activities.

We really enjoyed our picnic in the playground today.It was lovely to celebrate as a community with so many parents and grandparents and we were even blessed with sunshine as well.☀️

We have been learning about equal groups in maths. We practised making equal groups and found several ways to make equal groups using 12 and 20 counters.

Enjoying all our maths work on Volume and Mass.

Katie, a Veterinary Nurse (and parent in school!) came in and talked about her vocation. She has a special badge of St Francis- he is our class Saint!!

We finally got to do our ‘Big Lent Walk’ today after it was postponed due to wet weather.

In Maths today, we used a counting string to count in groups of ten beads at a time.

During Vocations week, we had a visit from a veterinary nurse and a staff member from the RSPCA. It was very interesting to learn how much they enjoyed their ‘calling.’

We celebrated the feast of St George by leading a Key-stage One prayer service this week. The children were so confident with their readings and prayers - we were so proud of them!