Welcome back to this half term at Colebourne. I hope you managed to have a good half term last week. As we enter this half term, we are once again faced with challenges because of Covid. As I reported earlier in the week via
This year I have a simple summer challenge: Complete as many of the Colebourne ‘50 Things’ as you can! If you are not sure what they all are you can visit the ‘50 Things’ page which contains all the information
Well, this challenge, which is part of the ‘Colebourne 50 Things’ is proving to be very challenging. Check out Mrs. Smart managing to catch a leaf after trying for over a week. Check out the video here: https://twitter.com/colebourne/status/923624967446716416
We have had a wonderful afternoon with all the mums, nans and aunties. The ‘Mums’ and the children worked together on a range of activities including: Books marks, seed planting, star orienteering, key ring making, natural art, natural weaving, seed
We love that playing conkers is part of the Colebourne curriculum!
Our year 2 children have had a great time at Peckwood this week. All the children enjoyed a day at the base, taking part in lots of outdoor activities! Then some of the children stayed over and enjoyed a camp
We had a special picnic lunch today with fish, chips, sausage, mushy peas, ice cream and jelly. It was delicious. We also went out onto the field and enjoyed game including a a very British game of Cricket!
Our year 5 children are on their residential. You can keep up to date with their week by visiting the Malvern residential page.
Today, the whole school went to the Hippodrome Theatre in Birmingham city centre to watch Jack and the Beanstalk. We had a fantastic time.
Mr. Guest wants you to send him a video of you completing number 25 on the 50 things list; make a grass trumpet. The video should be a short video of you playing your grass trumpet and only needs to