Snippets of News
The Christmas Disco Celebrations.
2 December 2016
The Christmas Disco proved a success once again as children enjoyed dancing and partying to their favourite songs.
Pupils wore their party clothes and each received a glow stick gift as part of the celebrations.
Pupils enjoying the singing.
23 November 2016
One Life Music visited the school for a Retreat Day.
The children enjoyed the group interaction and singing from what proved a very enjoyable day.
Year 3 children having fun on the Eco Bus.
8 and 9 November 2016
The Eco Bus visited the school to give Key Stage 1 and 2 children the opportunity to learn about environmental responsibilities and the importance of reducing, reusing and recycling waste from the home.
The children had great fun and learnt lots in the process!
Year 4 visiting the temple.
18 October 2016
As part of Multi-faith week Year 4 children visited the ‘Durga Bhawan’ Hindu Temple in Smethwick.
Children spent the morning learning about the history and tradition of the Hindu religion.
Year 4 Maths Competition
Our clever mathematicians with their bronze medals.
26 February 2016
Congratulations to the Year 4 children who achieved a Bronze medal at the Maths Competition held at King Edwards School, Edgbaston involving 12 Primary Schools from all over Birmingham.
Well done to all!
Year 6 Visit St Chad's Cathedral
Year 6 visiting St Chad's Cathedral.
1 October 2015
As part of their preparation for the Sacrament of Confirmation, the Year 6 pupils visited St Chad’s Cathedral.
The visit included a tour of the Cathedral and Crypt, and a celebration of Mass.
Tag Rugby Tournament
Tag Rugby players.
20 March 2015
On Friday 20 March, some of the children from our Year 3 and 4 classes took part in a Tag Rugby Tournament held at Harborne Academy.
Well done to our team who came second out of five schools.
Carefully watching the solar eclipse.
20 March 2015
On Friday 20 March, Years 1 to 6 had the chance to have a look at the Solar Eclipse through some special glasses.
All the children were impressed and were happy they could take part.
Junior Bupa Run
Participants in the run.
19 October 2014
On Sunday 19 October, some of the children from school took part in the Junior Bupa 2.5km Run in Birmingham.
Mr Hancox and Mrs Shilton have started a Running Club after school, which has helped prepare the pupils for the run.
Everyone had a great time and managed to finish the run.
Year 6's End of Year Trip to London
Year 6 enjoyingthe London sunshine.
9 and 10 July 2014
Year 6 went to London for their end of year trip.
They went sightseeing, to the theatre to see Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and they also went to the Natural History Museum!
A great time was had by all.
School Council Visit Thimblemill Brook
Our School Councillors.
7 May 2014
On Wednesday 7 May, our School Council went to Thimblemill Brook for the New Bridge opening, and two of our pupils got to cut the ribbon for it as well.
Whilst the children were there they also got to listen to a storyteller from the new sculptured chair, as well as playing pooh sticks along the Brook.
Library Quiz Winners
Our library quiz winners.
19 March 2014
Well done! Congratulations to the Year 5 pupils who took part in the ‘Library Quiz’ at Thimblemill Library and came first! What an achievement!
They will now enter a Grand Final against other winning teams from other Sandwell areas.
Year 6's assembly.
7 December 2012
On Friday 7th December, Year 6 held an assembly after coming up with the idea of combining work in class on sustainability with the world God created for us.
The children wrote creation prayers, performed a rap and sung beautifully sharing how we can care for our world by doing small acts.
They invited our local MP John Speller to join us so that they could get him to spread their messages to others.
Sandwell Eco Competition
The entry in the eco-competition.
An ex-Year 6 pupil of St Gregory's participated in the Sandwell Eco Competition.
The children were asked to design an Eco based picture for local buses. Our ex-pupil's design was chosen as runner up.
We were all extremely proud of her efforts and wish her well in her secondary school.