Posts Tagged ‘Kitwell Primary School and Nursery Class’

Year 6 Leavers’ Assembly 2013

October 6, 2013 1 comment

July 2013 was the time when yet another era ended and our oldest class left us. Our Year 6 children sang and told stories of their favourite memories at Kitwell. Take a look at photos from their final assembly. Excuse me, for a second, I think I have something in my eye…

Click HERE to view the emotional assembly.


Year 5/6 End of Year Production – ‘Time Lord’

Our oldest children rounded off a year of concerts and performances with a comical production called ‘Time Lord’. This time travelling epic featured dinosaurs, Beethoven, ancient warriors and a mysterious time traveller.

Click HERE to view photos from the entertaining epic!


‘Concert For Africa 2013 – Schools United’

September 9, 2013 Leave a comment

Our now traditional ‘Concert for Africa’ took place in July 2013 At Newman University. There were choirs, brass ensembles, guitar soloists a-plenty and this year we joined forces with Tenterfields Primary School in Halesowen. A fantastic evening was had by all and the money raised will be used to support our link schools in the Gambia. You can listen to all of our performances by visiting our Youtube channel at

Click HERE to view photos from our ‘Concert for Africa 2013’…


Year 6 Water Fight

September 1, 2013 Leave a comment

This year, our Class 6 children really embraced the challenge of facing their Year 6 SAT tests and really proved themselves to be more than capable of coping with challenging situations. Resilience in the face of a challenging situation is something which we really try to instil in our children.

And when the test week was over, they had a water fight with each other and their teacher. We’re not quite sure who won…but watery fun was had by all.

Click HERE to take a look at our Year 6 children giving each other a right good soaking…


Guide Dog

September 1, 2013 Leave a comment

Our children were lucky enough to be visited by a beautiful young Labrador. This very special dog was training to be a Guide Dog for people with visual impairments. Our children found out about the very special and intensive training which all dogs have to undergo before they become ‘fully qualified’ Guide Dogs.

Click HERE to take a look at our very special canine visitor…


Easter Bonnet Parade 2013

September 1, 2013 Leave a comment

It was cold and snowy outside but that didn’t stop us having our usual Easter bonnet. A packed hall of parents was able to view all of our children, class by class, in their Eastery decorations. And there were chocolate eggs a plenty for all those who took part.

Click HERE to view photos of our children in their Easter bonnets…


E-A-S-T-E-R Easterrrrrrrrrr Easter!

For Easter this year, our Year 3 and Year 4 children put on a production of ‘E-A-S-T-E-R’ for our parents.

Click HERE to view photos of our children performing their Easter production…


Marvellous Middles – Spring 2013

At the mid-point of each topic, all of our children are given a project which they can complete on their own or with their parents (which we prefer). This time round, our children made dinosaurs, woolly mammoths, spying machines, cooking recipes, World War II diaries, erupting volcanoes and many other exciting things.

Click HERE to view a gallery of our wonderful home made projects…


World Book Day 2013

‘World Book Day’ is a day when we celebrate just how great books really are. You can find out more about ‘World Book Day’ by visiting

This year, all the children and teachers at Kitwell dressed up as characters from books.

Click HERE to take a look at Kitwell staff and children in their ‘World Book Day’ costumes…


Snowy Days at Kitwell

We had lots of snow at the start of 2013…and even though it caused lots of trouble and inconvenience for people attempting to use the roads around our school, it also made our school site look wonderful. There were lots of opportunities for our children to build snowmen, roll huge snowballs and also try to build igloos.

Click HERE to take a look at our snowy school site…