- Fundraising for Compton Hospice
Thank you to everyone who donated - we raised a fantastic £130!
- Overview of Blue Base's Week 10/11/17
Pupils enjoyed Wildside and Community Gardening, as well as partaking in DEAR and Remembrance Day
- Tessellation Artwork
Purple Base have been experimenting with tessellation in art this week
- Overview of Green Base's Week 10/11/17
Find out what learning our pupils in Green Base have been up to this week
- The Great Northern House Bake Off
Maroon Base's technical challenge was to produce some delicious chocolate brownies
November 2017 - School News
16 November 2017
Last Friday, our school and the Primary department at Northern House School (City of Wolverhampton) teamed up to raise money for a fantastic cause.
We were approached by Gemma Bridgwater, a Wolverhampton University student currently studying Business Management, to work along side her to host a fundraising event. The event was to raise funds for Compton Hospice - a charity which provides care and support for families living with incurable illnesses across Wolverhampton.
We held an own clothes day, a cake sale and raffle which raised a fantastic £130! Thank you to everyone for there continued support and donations.
10 November 2017
'The Great Northern Bake Off' saw three talented bakers enter the kitchen this week. Their technical challenge was to produce chocolate brownies. They were given a very basic recipe, ingredients and equipment to complete the one-hour task and were left with little advice to produce the finished product. After a little taste test we all thought they were up to the Paul Hollywood handshake standard! Maroon Base then put these on sale to help raise money for our fundraising day for Compton Hospice. Well done boys!
Our focus this week in PSHE was all around acts of kindness. We had a class discussion on why being kind is so important and how it makes us feel. For our circle time activity, we wrote anonymous post it notes to each other and then delivered some around the school to let people know that they are appreciated.
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