Month: July 2019
Thank you for letting us come and visit you in your homes. We enjoyed getting to know you better and playing with your toys. We look forward to seeing you very soon.
Stay and play
It has been lovely to meet lots of new faces as we begin out transition sessions. Everyone did really well saying goodbye to their families for a little while and had lots of fun playing in Reception.
A message of thanks to the PTA, Parents, Carers and Friends of LHPSN
Thank you to everyone who has supported our wonderful school community events this year. The very first ‘Lickey’s Got Talent’ show raised an amazing £700 and the Summer Faye raised a record breaking £2,895! Many thanks to the core group of parents who plan, organise and coordinate the events and to the MANY of you who support by donating, attending and putting your hands deep into your pockets! If you’d like to join the PTA their Annual General Meeting is at 6pm on the 16th September 2019 – All welcome.
Goodbye and Good Luck Year 6!
6MT and 6CW what can we say? What a wonderful year group you have been. You’ve made us laugh, you’ve made us proud, and you’ve kept us busy! On to the next step of your journey – we know that you will all go on to do amazing things and we look forward to hearing news of your adventures and achievements! Good Luck in the future and pop back and see us some time!
A final word from our Head Boy and Head Girl
Evie – I have really enjoyed my time here at Lickey. It’s been so much fun and a privilege to be head girl. I am really proud of our school and the children in it and I will miss them all so much.
Will – It’s been an honour to go to Lickey Hills Primary School and to be voted in as Head Boy. The staff here have been great and have helped me to Dream, Believe and Achieve. I am excited for the future and feel well prepared for sec-ondary school.
Thank you Lickey!
Teddy Bears Picnic
Nursery enjoyed having a teddy bears picnic on the field yesterday.
2AH music day
Award Winners – Generation I Can!
Congratulations to Mrs Crompton and Erin (Y4) for their awards last night at the Generation I can award ceremony held at Worcester Arena.
The Generation CAN Awards are local awards to celebrate the remarkable achievements of children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities and the adults who support them.
Severn Valley Railway Trip
On Friday, Year 3 were evacuated to the Severn Valley Railway in Kidderminster – we were transported to 1940’s Britain, in the midst of WW2! The children spent the day dressed as evacuees, experiencing what it would have been like as a child in WW2. They learnt all about rationing, home life, shelters, the Blitz and were immersed into 1940’s life. The highlight of the day was definitely getting to ride on an old-fashioned steam train, going through the tunnel and imagining what it would have been like during a Blackout. We also got to watch a demonstration from WW2 firefighters, and learnt how they would have put out fires/bombs (whist getting a little wet in the process!) during the war, and rode an old-fashioned bus. The children thoroughly enjoyed themselves, and we all learnt a lot!
We had a wonderful trip at the Wyre forest pond dipping and mini beast hunting as well as exploring the forest.
Our very own monster machines!
In Year 2 we have been reading ‘Monster Machine’! It is a lovely book about a Dad who has invented a machine that makes monsters. We have just found out that the monsters are sad and are missing their own world. In DT we have designed and made our own machine that they can travel back to their own world in! We worked fantastically in teams of 3 to make boats, aeroplanes, cannons and more that they can use! Excellent teamwork 2AH.