Weekly News Round Up

Reception
It may have been rainy this week but the   children in Goldfinch 2 found a dry spell and  loved their Autumnal walk around the field.

Year 2

Year 2 have been predicting and testing which materials would float / sink in Science this week.

Year 3
This half term Year 3 our studying the work of artist Fredrick Hunderwasser. They are producing their own artwork inspired by him. It looks like we have some future artists in the year group.

All the beads are now threaded and Year 3 have created some amazing jewellery pieces whilst studying the Stone Age.

Year 4
Roman artefacts found in Worcester!
Time team watch out! Year 4 have been really lucky this week as they have been the first school to handle real and replica Roman artefacts that were loaned to us from Worcestershire County Council. The artefacts were discovered during excavations at Mab’s Orchard, Trotshill, Worcester! First the pupils had to answer questions and use their inference skills to predict what these artefacts may be. They then used secondary sources to find out all about these amazing artefacts.

Year 6
It may be the Rugby World Cup in Japan, however, Eagles class have been performing their own version of the Hakka in PE. Excellent team work and communication skills were shown, they even performed their dances to Herons class.
Fundraising

It is always a Proud  Tradition at Perry Wood to support local charities and people in need.  This week has been a time when we held a coffee morning  in support of MacMillan raising £50.  However, we have also been fundraising for a% year old boy who is close to our hearts.  Oscar’s mother used to work here at Perry Wood and he now needs vital lifesaving treatment in Singapore(at a cost of £500,000.00 as he battles cancer.  We are proud to have been able to raise £1461 for Oscar and hope he gets the treatment he needs.

 

We are very proud of our Junior Leadership Team who spent a morning at our local Tesco packing bags.  The customers commented on how kind and well mannered they were.  A credit to our school!  During the morning they raised £241.60 which will be used for enrichment activities for the children.