‘Morning Explorers’ at Birmingham Museums
Morning Explorer sessions are for families with children on the autistic spectrum, allowing easy, reduced price, access to the museums before public opening.
View the flyer here for more information.
We were delighted to be joined by Julie Smith from Kidscape this week who delivered an interactive work shop to Year 5 and 6 about Bullying, the role of the Active Bystander and the difference between Conflict and Bullying. The children participated in a variety of debate, discussion and role play to help improve their understanding. Julie was very impressed by the children's behaviour throughout the school and commented on the positive engagement from Year 5.
Sports Report January 2017
We have had an excellent sporting start to 2017.
Two year 5 & 6 Basketball teams took part in an exciting competition at Stockland Green. The B team came out winners which meant that they went on to compete in the Cluster finals where they won all of their games without conceding a single point. This outstanding achievement means that they now go on to represent the Kingsbury Partnership at the Birmingham Winter Schools Games Finals. This will be held on the 10th February and we wish them good luck
Well done to all of our Basketball players
KS1 children have also been in action this term. A multi skills team enjoyed a great competition against 7 other schools and finished in a very respectable 4th position. Some real talent for the future is emerging in Year1!
And finally, Marsh Hill once again entered the Erdington District Swimming Championships where medals were won by Ethan (Gold in the freestyle) and Eleni (silver in breaststroke). The competition was of a very high standard and 6th place was very well deserved for our team, Ethan, Eleni, Zoe, Danielle, Keighley, Patrick, Farhaan and Billie.