Arthog – day 1

Arthog

Key information for Monday:

As the bus will be leaving school at 9:00am, could children come into school (via the main office) by 8:30am. Parents can wait outside of school – if they wish.

If there is any medication (including travel sickness) that is needed, can it please be labelled (with name and dosage) and given to myself (Mr Harley).

All children will need a packed lunch for Monday (including water in a plastic water bottle). Arthog request that these are not brought in lunch boxes. A rucksack (separate to the rest of belongings) to take on the coach would be advisable – this could also be useful for extras such as suncream/hat/coat. There is a chance that we won’t be able to get to our rooms before our first activity, so all children need to be wearing clothes appropriate to participate.

We are expecting to arrive back at school on Friday at around 2pm, so a normal end-of-day pick up will occur.

School Games – Sports Day 2019

What a fantastic morning we have had, with glorious weather and outstanding sportsmanship! The children ran in a range of races, some fun, some endurance! Thank you to all the parents who participated, and to FOBCS for providing the refreshments. It was a super morning!

Weaving

Class 4 have started a small weaving project. They first made their own looms – which they have then used to start weaving.

School Games: KS1 Multi-Skills Festival

All of Class 2 headed off to Albrighton School yesterday to take part in a multiskills festival.  Mrs Morris was so impressed with the behaviour, and team-spirit of all of Class 2, and said that they demonstrated excellent co-ordination and enthusiasm.  Everyone had a great time!

School Games: Rounders Tournament

Our talented rounders team headed off to Oldbury Wells yesterday to compete in the annual rounders tournament, and event which Brown Clee traditional perfoms quite well in – so no pressure!  We were delighted to see them play so well together, with exceptional teamwork between our backstop and first base fielder.  A massive well done as our team were the overall winners – and would have gone on to represent East Shropshire at the Summer Games – but they are away on Arthog this year so sadly can’t participate.

School Games: Rounders League

We sent a team of 10 pupils to participate in the rounders league, hosted at Oldbury Wells School.  All children thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to play against lots of other primary schools in a friendly competition.