St. Philip's Catholic Primary School, Messenger Road, Smethwick, West Midlands, B66 3DU

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Archive for May, 2019

Year 2’s Trip to the Black Country Living Museum

Thursday, 9 May 2019

To end our transport unit in History, on Friday 5th April 2019, we visited the Black Country Living Museum and found out all about the different types of transport used. We met the horses, saw a Blacksmith making nails, climbed inside a canal boat and rode on a double decker bus! We really enjoyed looking at the old cars and learning about different types of engines. Well done children, you were a credit to our school!

Y6 Visit to Smethwick Heritage Centre

Friday, 3 May 2019

 

The Hardworking pupils in Year Six were given the challenge of producing a Non-Chronological Report based on their local community of Smethwick. To support their writing, the children visited the Smethwick Heritage Centre. Alongside their exemplary behaviour, the students produced outstanding work. The class were a joy to take on the trip. Their enthusiasm for the project is evident in their work. Have a look!

Year 1 Warwick castle

Friday, 3 May 2019

In our topic lesson year 1 have been learning about castles so we went to Warwick castle to find out about more about their history. Y1 had a fantastic visit and have learnt lots to use in their future work!

Raising money for CAFOD

Friday, 3 May 2019

Year 1 learned how CAFOD help poor people around the world. We shared our thoughts and feelings of what we could do to raise money and help others. We wrote prayers and put ideas in our pupil voice box.

Year 1 castle projects

Friday, 3 May 2019

Year 1 made castles at home out of recycled material to share with their class. These were then used in topic lessons.