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The “Always” Club

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The “Always” club is in recognition of those children who “always” make the right choices in school and have a positive attitude towards their learning. The children are currently picked by class teachers to attend the “Always” club on a Friday afternoon with Mrs Goodall where they have a treat and can spend time having a chat about other things, not just school. Well done to all of the children who have already attended The “Always” Club.

Y3/4 explore Barlaston Downs

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On Wednesday 20th and Thursday 21st March, Year 3 and 4 children visited Barlaston Downs as part of their topic, ‘Rivers and Mountains’. On each day we met staff from Standon Bowers who took a group each to take part in a range of activities. The children went on a walk along the stream, looking at its different features, most children even went into the water with some even taking some of the water home in their wellies! They mapped

Hands-on fun at the Big Bang Fair

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A small group of Year 5 children were lucky enough to be chosen to visit the Big Bang Show at Birmingham NEC. The Big Bang Fair gives young people the chance to try out over 100 hands-on activities, see dozens of mind-boggling shows, hear from inspiring engineers and scientists from some of the UK’s biggest companies and find out about the opportunities available in STEM.

Weekly Achievements

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Find out who won the reading raffle this week. Want to know which class read the most? Who impressed teachers to become Mathematician or Writer of the Week? Children that have read at least four times a week at home will be entered into the weekly Reading Raffle, giving them the chance to win a book. Well done to everyone presented with an award in our Celebration Assembly on 22nd March 2019. Award This weeks winning class/pupil Whole School Attendance 98.35% Best Class Attendance Y5/6L Reading

Poet for World Book Day

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To celebrate World Book Day Ravensmead invited a poet into school to work with the children. Mel Woodend (the poet) spent time with every class from reception to Year 6. They thoroughly enjoyed listening to some of her own poems and had a go at writing some of their own. We held an assembly at the end of the day to share some of the children’s work.  

World Book Day

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On Thursday 7th March the children here at Ravensmead had a great day celebrating World Book Day. Apart from coming into school in their onesies or Pj’s the children created new book characters, made book marks, performed poems, shared books, looked at topic related themes (mini beasts) and much more. At the end of the day we celebrated in the hall, sharing poems read out by children and staff. Thank you to all those parents who sent in donations. We have

Y3 ‘Bring a parent to school morning’

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On Tuesday 5th March and Wednesday 6th March, the children in year 3 had a ‘Bring a parent to school workshop.’ Each child brought an adult to school to take part in a maths lesson which has been designed by the children themselves. The session started the same way as all of our maths lessons start, with some quick mental arithmetic questions and then of course joining in with the BBC Supermovers (with some parents being much more enthusiastic than

Year 1/2 Cinderella’s ball

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On 14th February, KS1 took part in a Cinderella theme day. The children had so much fun learning ‘The Waltz’ during the morning and enjoyed making Cinderella Peg Dolls and Prince Charming dolls. Then in the afternoon they all got together for a Cinderella Ball where the children chose their own partners and enjoyed ‘The Waltz’ together.   A few short clips of the dancing in the hall

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