We’re off on a treasure hunt!

Year 4 are very excited about visiting the Staffordshire Hoard next week! This is the largest collection of Anglo Saxon gold that has ever been found! Please speak to your child’s class teacher for more information. Find out more here – http://www.staffordshirehoard.org.uk  

How does your garden grow?

This is the title of Year 3’s theme this half term. We will be visiting The Birmingham Botanical Gardens soon so look out for the letter in your child’s book bag. This is an amazing opportunity to experience first hand the flowers and foliage that grow in tropical and desert climates. Check out http://www.birminghambotanicalgardens.org.uk for…

Farewell to Year Six

It was an emotional but fun last few days with our year six pupils. On Monday 20th July the children had their leaver’s assembly and Graduation. This involved each class doing a talent show in front of parents and guardians. This ranged from a variety of dances, to sharing riddles, a cooking show sketch and…

Sports Day

Our annual Sports Day took place on Thursday 25th June. The children enjoyed the opportunity to compete against their friends and siblings and worked hard to beat their personal bests in six different sports. Both the Key Stage 1 and 2 events were well attended by family members. Some of those family members even competed…

Report about Ruth Eastham’s visit

On Wednesday 17th June, Ruth Eastham came to Frederick Bird Primary School. Year 5 and 6 were lucky enough to meet her and listen to extracts of her books.The children also took part in informative workshops. Year 6 Discussed their earliest memories and wrote a piece of descriptive writing about it. She also announced her…

Science Open Morning

Our Science Open Morning held on 19th May was a huge success and well attended. Many interactive, exciting activities to involve pupils and parents were planned and delivered across the school. Pupils were fully engaged and parents were equally eager to participate and join in. The learning environment was highly engaging and inspiring across the school…