Upton Snodsbury, Worcester
Worcestershire WR7 4NH

Tel: 01905 381288

SCHOOL GALLERY

 Welcome to the Whole School Gallery

Children in Need

We enjoyed coming to school wearing something spotty. We loved decorating our cakes at

break-time. 

Whole School Hike

We all enjoyed our 2 mile hike on Monday.

Harvest Festival

What a lovely service we had today and it was great to have so many Parents join us.  The generous donations will be sent to Farmers Overseas Action Group and Pershore Food Bank.

Art's Morning

Malvern 2018 - Year 3 / 4

We enjoyed our residential trip at Malvern Outdoor Elements.

Some of our children took part in the Scarecrow Walk and made their own scarecrows. 

 

We were very sad to say goodbye to Mrs Dawson today.  We will all miss her.  We had a special presentation for her. 

We have had a very exciting activities week at school finishing with a very wet and noisy paddling pool party today.  The children and staff then had a picnic lunch together finishing another school year in the glorious sunshine.

Sports Day

We have had a fabulous sports morning this week with a record amount of parents able to attend (and join in!).  The children all participated with enthusiasm and determination and showed good sportsmanship throughout. 

Well done to our Year 3 / 4 runners for participating in the Interschool race on Thursday:

Alfie, Emily, Linden, Mya, Alice and Jamie

 

We have had a fabulous ‘wedding celebration’ today in Church.  All our children and staff rose to the occasion in their wedding party clothes.  Thank you to Mr Rees for presiding over our ceremony and to parents for all your outfits and cakes. 

 

Wednesday 25th March

Parents were invited in to take part in a Science morning. To begin with they had a meeting with Mrs Mayo, the Science coordinator, to look at how we teach Science here. They then went in to the classrooms to take part in investigations with the children. We had a lot of fun discovering new facts.

Friday 23rd March

We had a talk from “ACE” the Gladiator Warren Furnam on his faith and beliefs. Children also shared their favourite sports heroes. 

Well done to all the children who took part in our readathon. 42 children out of 70 pupils took part and  raised £626.37 for new school books, they really enjoyed the challenge.  Children who read the most in each class were awarded a book token and the family who raised the most money also received a book token.  Well done everyone.

Readathon prizes

Year R—Rosie

Year 1— Darcey/Alfie B

Year 2—Katie

Year 3—Sophie/Zak

Year 4—Beth

Family - Thwaites

 

Year 3 / 4 Tag Rugby Tournament

Well done to:

Noah A, Lewis, Alfie D, Linden, Aidan, Beth, Zak, Alfie S, Lily and Esme

 For taking part in The Avonbrook TAG Rugby Tournament at St Nicholas Middle School.  The children played well, enjoyed their games  and although not placed showed good sportsmanship

World Book Day

The children thoroughly enjoyed our morning during world book day. The children all dressed up as a traditional character. You can find our class photos in our class gallery. Can you guess what story the staff dressed up as?

January 2018

We enjoyed coming to school in our tartan clothes and trying haggis to celebrate Burns Night.

December 2017

November 2017

Bedtime Story Night

What a lovely evening we had! It was great to see Year R, 1 and 2 in their pyjamas ready for bedtime story night. A great big thank you to our readers of the evening; Mr Thwaites, Mr Gray and Mrs Barber. The children enjoyed listening to the three different stories with their favourite cuddly teddies.

September 2017

Harvest Service

It was lovely to see so many parents join us for our Harvest Service today.  Thank you for your generous donations.  We will be attending the foodbank next week and Mrs Bennett will report back on the money raised for the Farmers Overseas Action Group at Sunday’s auction.

Arts Morning

For our first arts morning this term we were looking at how to sketch our self-portraits. We learnt to look carefully at ourselves using mirrors and draw where our features should go. We also learnt how to draw mouths and eyes in detail but through surrealism art. 

PE Equipment

We have some new gym wall bars to climb on for PE in the Village Hall.  Year 1 and 2 have tried them out.

JULY 2017

Race For Life

Our Race For Life raised £120.00.  Well done.

Year 3 4 Gardening Club

The Gardening Club went to David's Nurseries and choose flowers for one of our empty flower beds.  They were given advice from Tim and purchased almost £100.00 worth of flowers, which was donated by James Keetley-Smith's family.   They will be planting them next week.

For our final Try it Out Friday we were lucky enough to have Miss Double in to teach us all how to do Country Dancing. It was lots of fun! 

The Children have been busy getting our school ready for next week's open garden afternoon. We have been planting in our recycled wellies and bottles.

JUNE 2017

FUSS FUN FAMILY SPORTS

Thank you to FUSS for organising a great fun afternoon last Sunday.

SPORTS DAY

Well done to the Gardening Club who have planted up all our flower pots.

May 2017

Church Worship

The whole school went to St Kenelm’s Church on Thursday for a service with Reverend Nancy on

respecting all traditions.

 

Readathon Money

Malvern Books came into school with a vast array of fiction and non fiction books for the children to view.  They chose £300.00 worth of books for our school library, this adds to the £300 chosen from Usborne Books.

 

April 2017

Year 3 and 4 took part in a Dance Festival alongside other First Schools in our  pyramid. The children created a dance based on the theme water and even lead the teaching of the 1970's Slosh dance and the cool down.

MARCH 2017

The children made some fabulous crosses from recycled materials. Well done.

The children enjoying our new play area. 

Year R / 1 have a new role play loft.  

The children in Year 2 performed Hansel and Gretel to their Parents, Grandparents and the whole school.  

We were treated today to a musical performance from our keyboard players.  The children

performed confidently to an audience of parents and pupils.  Photographs on the website.

 

Science week has been very exciting here at school with numerous experiments and investigations taking place in each class which the children enthusiastically shared with each other in assembly today.

During the week the whole school was visited by Mr Wilson who told the children about (and demonstrated) the science of chromatography in addition he showed how scientists use equipment such as the raspberry pi to record measurements under a second.

 

 

Recycling Week

Last week we learnt about recycling rubbish,  Mr Chapman came in and told us how rubbish is recycled and where it goes.  In Arts morning we made bird feeders, planters, pencil pots, musical instruments and wind chimes from things we throw away.  Year 3 / 4 had a talk from Mrs Stevens on how to make good compost.  After the talk they got a spoon to look for creepy crawlies that help to rot out waste into compost.

 

 

 

FEBRUARY 2017

Spelling Presentation Morning

The children enjoyed playing their spelling activities with Parents. 

School Council

The School Council shared their ideas with the all the children during Worship.

 

JANUARY 2017

 

The children enjoyed the haggis tasting.  Some of the children came into school wearing their tartan. The children also experienced Scottish dancing and learnt about Burns Night. 

Healthy Lunches. 

There are some fabulous healthy—waste free lunchboxes seen everyday in school. 

 

Best Effort Tea Party

 

The children from Year 3 / 4 enjoyed their Best Effort Tea Party with Mrs Barber which took place on Wednesday.

 

RSPB Big Schools' Birdwatch

This week the children in Yr R, 1 and 2 have taken part in the RSPB Big Schools’ Birdwatch.  We observed and recorded the number and different types of wild birds we could find. We also closed our eyes to see how many different types of birdsongs we could recognise.  The children have been encouraged to do this out of school as well as in school.  Photographs are on our website.

Art Morning

Last week our children studied the art work of Georgia O’Keeffe.  They practised their art skills in mixed age groups using watercolours, pencils, clay and pastels to create their own individual interpretations of real life flowers.   The display of our art work will be in our library next week, you are welcome to drop in and view via your child’s teacher.

DECEMBER 2016

Christmas Party

The children celebrated on the last day of term with party games, party food and a visit from Father Christmas who gave them all a Christmas gifts. 

St Kenelm's Christmas Tree Festival

The children created a Christmas tree for the Festival from their memories of Christmas time.  Each box contained models and images created by the children to depict their memories.

Christmas Fayre

At the Christmas Fayre we raised over £1,000.00.  The children hand painted Christmas baubles to sell and the Year 3 / 4 planned and managed their own stalls.

Carol Singing a The Oak

The children sang some traditional carols and Christmas songs to their families and friends at The Oak in Upton Snodsbury.  Thank you to The Oak who gave them chocolate brownies instead of figgy pudding!

December 2016

 The children have had their Christmas jumper day to raise money for NSPCC, Acorns and the Grace Kelly Ladybird Fund. Please view our school's Mannequin challenge here on Youtube.          Upton Snodsbury First School would like to wish everybody a very Happy Christmas.

October 2016

The Eco committee invited Severn Trent to come in and talk to the whole school. Grant taught us about ways to save water and what should and shouldn't go down the toilet.

October 2016

We delivered boxes of food from our Harvest festival to the Pershore Food Bank. They will distribute this to families in need.  They were delighted with our donations!

October 2016

Four children represented the school and visited Worcester Cathedral to meet the Archbishop of Canterbury. They took part in prayers, workshops and had the opportunity to ask him some questions. They thoroughly enjoyed their visit and shared it with the rest of the school during worship.

October 2016 

Children have been busy during Forest School looking after the school grounds and they have been gardening in the pond and quiet area.

September 2016

For harvest this year, the children had a lovely harvest service at St Kenelm's Church. Year two created harvest poems and year 3/4 showed everybody what different breads we have all over the world. We were lucky enough to try some back at school!

September 2016

Year 3/4 went to Malvern Outdoor Centre and visited the site of an Iron Age Fort, reenacted a battle and learnt a lot about the history of the settlement. They also undertook a range of outdoor activities to challenge themselves. They all have had a great time!

September 2016

We had a very exciting Art morning and we all created pictures inspired by the artist Claude Monet. We looked at collages, painting, and oil pastels and had lots of fun looking at our new Eco topic 'water'.