Newsletter 21st November 2014

Y5 Corinium Museum Trip

Last Friday, Year 5 spent the morning at the Corinium Museum as part of the Take Over day held nationwide. Children examined Anglo Saxon artefacts to learn more about the people who lived in our area over 1500 years ago. The children were commended for how well they represented the school through their enthusiasm and impeccable behaviour. Continue reading

Newsletter 23rd October 2014

Black Country Museum – an account by Katie Wiltshire

“On Friday 10th October Year 6 had a brilliant trip to the Black Country Museum. They had a chance to learn about 4 different children growing up.  They had a great experience going down the dark mine. They visited shops and houses in the village. They got the chance of learning in a real Victorian school.  It’s good news Chesterton isn’t as strict. It was such a good trip learning about the Victorian shops, jobs and the life of the rich and poor.”

The guide for the mine trip commented on how well the children had listened and wished that other schools behaved as well as Chesterton pupils! Continue reading

Newsletter 17th October 2014

Black Country Museum – an account by Katie Wiltshire

“On Friday 10th October Year 6 had a brilliant trip to the Black Country Museum. They had a chance to learn about 4 different children growing up.  They had a great experience going down the dark mine. They visited shops and houses in the village. They got the chance of learning in a real Victorian school.  It’s good news Chesterton isn’t as strict. It was such a good trip learning about the Victorian shops, jobs and the life of the rich and poor.”

The guide for the mine trip commented on how well the children had listened and wished that other schools behaved as well as Chesterton pupils! Continue reading

Newsletter 3rd October 2014

Golden Book

Congratulations to this week’s Golden Book children:

Clayton Davey, Ryan Hope, Juan Camilo Rendon Oviedo, Leah Hooker, Charlie Cottrell, Sheba Luckie, Sharnah Carter, Darwish Wan, Grace Lyons, Christopher Cottrell, Olivia Frost, Bethany Page Kellett

The Golden Cup goes to Mia Bartholomew Continue reading

Newsletter 19th September 2014

Harvest Festival

Our harvest festival assembly is on Friday, 26th September when we express our gratitude for the quality and quantity of food readily available to us in this country.  We also use the assembly as a time to recognise the role of agriculture in our local environment.  We would ask children to bring in an item of food (fresh or packaged) for our harvest display.  At the end of the day packaged food will be given to the Salvation Army for distribution and fresh produce will be sold, again proceeds will go to the Salvation Army. Continue reading