Merry Christmas

This morning we spent some time in our tutor groups making Christmas hats and generally getting into the festive spirit.

At 12pm we all headed to the hall for our Christmas dinner. The ladies in the kitchen had been working all morning to cook enough sprouts for everyone. The food was delicious.

After lunch, proceedings were interrupted by some teachers who decided to entertain the troops with a surpise Christmas flash mob.

Then it was down to the serious business of the raffle. Once all our winners had picked their prizes, we had a very special visitor.

Father Christmas had popped by to wish all the children a merry christmas and give them all a present. There were some very excited faces around the hall!

Once Father Christmas had delivered his gifts it was time for us all to say goodbye and head home for two weeks of well deserved rest.

We hope all pupils, staff and their families have a peaceful and happy Christmas. See you all in 2016!

Black Country Museum

Today the whole school had an exciting day out at the Black Country Museum. Pupils were able to experience school as it would have been in 1912, and what it would have been like to work down a coal mine.

Pupils and staff had fun talking to people in the houses and shops, who explained to us what life would have been like in the Olden Days.

There were also opportunities to try Victorian games like the hoop, skipping and hopscotch. Even some of the teachers had a go.

A great day was had by all.

Wizard of Oz

After weeks of planning, rehearsing and making, last night was finally Show Night.

Pupils took to the stage at Brierley Hill Civic Hall once more, wowing the audience with their performance of Wizard of Oz.

Everyone working on the show, both on the stage and behind the scenes did incredibly well, earning a standing ovation from the audience.

Congratulations to all involved.

Bah! Humbug!

On the 16th December, we put on our first ever pantomime - Bah! Humbug! - at Brierley Hill Civic Hall. Pupils and staff had been rehearsing for weeks, and all their hard work was worth it. The show was a big success. Well done to everyone who took part, both on stage and behind the scenes.