Month: February 2018
Fabulous Fundraising for Oliver
A HUGE thank you to everyone who donated cakes of all shapes and sizes for the cake and bun sale on Friday 16th February. The children’s cancer ward at Birmingham Children’s Hospital will be delighted to receive an amazing £450 from the families of Lickey Hills Primary School and Nursery. Oliver and the Portman family pass on their grateful thanks to everyone involved. With special thanks to Mrs Barros D’Sa and Mrs Boeckx for their super organisation and effort.
Tea and cakes with the SEND Co-ordinator!
Unfortunately , the SEND governor was unable to attend our tea and cakes afternoon on Friday 16th February but Mrs Williams, SENDco was able to meet and chat with parents in Language Base. Miss Morris, the speech and language therapist for KS2 was also available for advice and support.
We had a lovely afternoon eating cakes made by the children in Language Base and showcasing the many different ways we support children in the language base. We showcased games and activities that we play to support our learning using multi sensory approaches. We also demonstrated precision teaching, repeated reading and fine/gross motor co-ordination programmes. Miss Morris discussed the great work that she and Mrs Spooner do on working on the speech and language skills of the children.
A lovely afternoon was had by everyone. A big thank you to all the parents who came , it was great to see so many of you.
Well done everyone!
A BIG THANK YOU to all our parents, children and staff for the wonderful coffee morning on Friday. We raised a total of £64.00 for the charity.
LB1 TV Star!
We have a TV star in LB1. Harrison appeared on Midlands Today as part of Children in Need. Here is a photo of Harrison with Pudsey!
On Friday 16th February, from 2.15 pm, Language Base parents are invited to tea and cakes with Mr Farmer in The Language Base.
Chinese new year
On the menu today in the chinese restaurant we had noodles, rice crackers, egg fried rice and soy sauce. The children enjoyed having a taste and the favourite was definitely the panda biscuits for desert.
Look at the fabulous Castles made by children in LB1!
Skara Brae dresser decoration
We have been finding out about the community of people who lived on the settlement of Skara Brae almost 3,000 years ago. It is an example of Europe’s most complete Neolithic village. We found out that they liked to show off their most prized possessions and objects and displayed them on a stone dresser! We designed a piece of bone jewellery or pottery and then painted it on a stone to display on our very own classroom dresser.
Concentration and working hard looks like this!
We enjoyed choosing our own toppings to put onto our pancakes which we then rolled and ate. Yummy!