EVENTS

History Recovery at Quinton.
Each class spent some time exploring the area of historical study that they missed during lockdown. They created some fantastic writing and artwork based around their area of study. The work they created has been proudly displayed in the hall. 

 

NATIVITY CRAFTS AT CHURCH

Each class has been to church over the last week to take part in nativity crafts to create their own nativities to display in the classrooms. See below some of our classes displays.

YEAR 2 TRIP TO WESTON SUPER MARE

12/09/2019

Year 2 had a fantastic day out at Weston Super Mare, they spent the day playing in the sand with their buckets and spades and splashing in the sea. They also had the chance to ride on a donkey, go on a boat swing and enjoy an ice cream in the sun. The children loved it. 

 

SPORTS DAY

01/07/2019

Our sports day was held this week and each class took part in lots of different events and races and did themselves and Quinton very proud. It was a great success and we would like to thank everyone who took time to come and watch this years sports day and all those who helped us out on various events. Everyone had lots of fun and weather was on our side too. Well done to everyone. 

AROUND THE WORLD DAY

21/06/2019

Quinton Church Primary School took part in an Around the World Day on Friday, where each has chosen a country to learn more about, and taken part in different activities in relation to that country. They were then asked to come into school in colours that related to their chosen country for the day. See below at some of the classes photos. 

 AUTHOR VISIT - SIMON TAYLOR

11/06/2019

We had the great pleasure of welcoming the author Simon Taylor into our school this week, where he read some of his books and put on workshops for the different year groups throughout out the school. The children had great fun and were then given the opportunity to purchase one of his books after this event. We had positive feedback from Simon after his visit which was lovely to hear and would like to thank all the children who took part . 

"It is so much better when you have the teachers in your corner. The children pick up on it. It was a pleasure to meet you and your colleagues, please thank them for me. I loved the way they listened and joined in the dance" - Simon Taylor.

YEAR 5 TRIP TO CADBURY WORLD

Year 5 had a great day at Cadbury World on Friday 10th May, they took part in an Ancient Mayan civilisation workshop, during this workshop the children learnt about the Maya which then links in with their half termly topic. See below at all the fun they had.  

ROCKSTEADY CONCERT

Well done to all the children that took part in the Rocksteady concert at School this week, everyone had a great time watching. 

                                                                                               

REVEREND JENNY'S LEAVING ASSEMBLY

26/02/2019

We said goodbye to a very special person here at Quinton today. Reverend Jenny is retiring and the whole school played a massive part in wishing her well and thanking her for all the support, help and time she has put into our school over the past years. She will be greatly missed by us all. 

INTERFAITH WEEK

Week Commencing 07/01/2019

 

Interfaith week was a great success again this year, with each class visiting a place of worship and then learning all about that religion in class for the week, finishing off with an assembly to show the school what each class had learnt. 

 

QUINTON SLEUTH 

We have been given the opportunity to decorate a Sleuth which will be placed around the city along with many others, which you can go and find. Mrs Leonard took on the commitment with her artistic skills to decorate our Sleuth and she did a fantastic job. Good Luck finding Sebastian. 

      

 

Bishop from malawi

We had another fabulous visit from a Bishop, all the way from Malawi. In 2016, the Diocese celebrates 50 years of partnering with Malawi. Over that time, many people have been helped and it has benefited people from Birmingham as well as the citizens from Malawi. It gives our children a wider global perspective, important for their future as global citizens. 

We look forward to another 50 years!