Year 2 delivered the very final Rocket Radio show of the year with a spectacular Plants based show, broadcast to a hall full of parents, staff and children at Bierton Road. The show involved all the classes from Year 2 from Starbank Road and Bierton Road. There were reports to give you all the crucial information you need to know, and also quizzes to test your knowledge!… not to forget all of the mega music and an actual song about the needs of a plant! Tune in and enjoy the Year 2 Plants Show!
This year our production was based on a famous book called ‘The Wind in the Willows’. This required many rehearsals and singing in tune – which led to many lost voices. All day, every day the main characters practiced their extremely long lines for a whole 2 weeks non-stop whilst the rest of us got to make props such as: the wings for the birds, the horse mask, the boat, oars, cars and much more. All our hard work paid off as the production was a HUGE SUCCESS! Thanks to all the parents as we had a full house and we were sold out!
So, we finally graduated from primary school and will move onto a new chapter of our lives – secondary school. A lot of preparation went into the graduation ceremony, our performances, teacher speeches, colour co-ordination and special awards. We were lucky enough to have the Lord Mayor of Birmingham come to celebrate with us. The most enjoyable part was learning the carnival dance that Imagineer Productions taught us. Some children made their own costumes whilst others were large wings and beaks to bring the dance alive.
To bring all the celebrations to an end we enjoyed a gigantic disco party at Bierton Road. It was extremely nice as the year 6 classes from Hobmoor road also came. We were allowed to bring cameras and tablets/iPads in to capture and make special memories with our friends and teachers. Dressed up in our fancy party clothes, we had great fun dancing and playing games with our friends and teachers enjoying the last few days of year 6. We also had took part in a dance off between the Hobmoor and Bierton road sites – that was hilarious – the weirdest dance moves were revealed! All in all it was a great evening that was enjoyed by many.
We had a very exciting day on Monday harvesting our vegetables . We had lots potatoes , onions and garlic . We also harvested carrots, radishes, coriander and beetroot. We had a wonderful curry and roti. It was great eating the vegetables we had washed and chopped. Everybody helped.
The staff and children were very excited today to receive a letter from the Queen. It said that the Queen wished to thank the children for their splendid card and the message we sent on the occasion of Her Majesty’s ninetieth birthday.The letter said the Queen was very touched by the care we had taken in making a card for her.
After a year of hard work, Year 4 have done themselves proud performing in an amazing concert at Bierton Road.
They were helped by more experienced players from Year 5 and 6 who have continued their music lessons after year 4.
We hope to see many of these musicians continuing to play next year!
Well done year 4 and a big thank you to Mr Ali.
We had a great Culture Day at Bierton Nursery. Thank you to all the parents who came along. The children wore traditional costumes, we tasted tropical fruits, had Mehndi artists, made flags, wrote postcards and danced
Reception had so much fun during cuture day. We had lots of different activities including Henna, making flags, dancing and tasting delicious bread from around the world. Thank you to parents for all your support!
Culture Day at Starbank Nursery July 2016
The children brought in photos of countries they have visited. They painted flags from different countries. Everyone had the opportunity to taste fruits and breads from around the world. We played music from different cultures.. The children wore their own traditional clothes. Some children went to listen to the steel band and had the opportunity to play the steel drums. One child was chosen to go to the Afternoon Tea party. We all had a fantastic day.
Bierton Road Key stage 2 held their annual sports day which was filled with fun and laughter. Teachers and parents were also taking part.
Thank you to all who participated and helped out, the day wouldn’t have been so enjoyable if it wasn’t for you all.
Have a wonderful summer.
In year 4 we have had lots of fun looking at India as part of Culture Day!
We have been meditating, making Rangoli Patterns with different grains and beans, and the girls have had their hands decorated with Mehndi (Henna).