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Click on the picture links below to link to pupils' work throughout the school for the academic year 2012-13.



Why not click on the paintbrush to see some
super art canvasses that Year 6 created with help from art students
from Birmingham City University!


Why not click on the bats to read some scary
writing by David in Year 4!


Click on the writing pad to read a super poem
written by Evie in 4M !



Click on the gold bars to read two truly wonderful poems
all about GOLD from Ava and Christine in Year 6!

Ever heard of a miptor?

It's a mysterious animal that loves meat but can't eat
chocolate! How sad!

Why not click on the "No Chocolate" icon to read Joseph's
great piece of writing!

Ever heard of a miptor?

It's a mysterious animal that only eats either cabbage leaves or sofas that Lauren in 6J has been writing about. Why not click on the cabbage of doom to read her great piece of writing!



Why not click on the "Wiki" icon to view some fantastic Science research work done by our two Year 4 classes this term!



Year 3 have been having "monster fun" in their Literacy lessons.

Just click on the monsters to read their brilliant poems!



Why not click on the dancing clock to read a great poem by
Carlo in Year 5!


Why not click on the cup cake to see how Y4 and Y5 brought their maths lessons to life just before Christmas by going baking mad!


Why not click on the graph to see what happened when Year 1 decided to create a human bar chart in maths!


Why not have a look at some of the brilliant stop-motion animations William in Year 6 has done in his spare time! Click on the Lego pieces
to watch the videos!


Fancy taking a virtual walk around school to see some of the latest displays? Just click on the picture frame!


Why not click on the Tudor rose to read some great Tudor poems written by some of our talented Year 5 pupils!




A haiku is a Japanese poem made up of 17 syllables. Sarah in Year 5 has written her own Haiku - why not click on the Haiku icon to read her wonderful work!