Thank you for all your Harvest donations this year, they were very much appreciated. We hope you enjoyed Year 2's Harvest Assembly. The children were joined by a representative from the Little Brothers of the Good Shepherd who then took all your donations away for the homeless people in our City. They do some extremely valuable work and we are always happy to be able to support them so thank you!
Thank you to everybody who supported us at our PTA summer fair this year. We had a fantastic time.
Children from across Elston Hall Multi Academy Trust joined together to perform at this year's city-wide 'Diversity event'.
Pupils from Palmers Cross , Elston Hall and Edward the Elder danced, and were joined by singers from Goldthorn Park. The 35 children wowed audiences at Aldesley Stadium during the performance on Friday (23rd November) night.
Around 20 schools performed at the event altogether, and were watched by staff and parents.
Elston's performance was to the song 'Happier' by Marshmello and Bastille.
Year 5 took the lead in our Harvest Assembly on Friday 28th September. They talked about sharing produce equally around the world and within the UK. Thank you to everyone who donated to our huge collection.
Thank you to everybody who attended our Summer Fair this year. We had a fantastic time and raised an amazing £1,122.
Parent governor and PTA member Tony Jackson has responded well to the pleading of the eco committee to help save our school pond. Together with the fire brigade, our pond has been successfully drained and refilled. The eco committee along with the rest of our school would like to say a huge thank you.
Today Atomic Abbie from Mad Science came to host a 'hands on' science assembly at Palmers Cross. With her she had brought 'Dennis, the fire breathing dragon' who was fantastic! Atomic Abbie showed us several chemistry experiments in her assembly, and will be returning to Palmers on 7.2.17 to host a weekly science club for all our very own mad scientists.
One of Wolverhampton's Lollipop Ladies volunteered to help show children in Reception and Year 1 how to cross the road safely. The children then took it in turns to show each other how to cross the road.
On 22nd January, twenty-one dancers from three Trust schools (Elston Hall, Palmers Cross and Edward the Elder Primary Schools) competed in the regional heats of the Great Big Dance Off at Birmingham's Alexandra Theatre. Pupils performed their dance 'Faded', choreographed beautifully by dance teacher Miss Jones. Pupils worked extremely hard to perfect the dance and produced a stunning performance! Despite not getting a place in the final, staff and parents are extremely proud of how well pupils performed. More importantly, it has been wonderful to see friendships blossom between pupils from different Trust schools. Well done dancers - you were outstanding and did us all proud!
Seven Trent came to join us in assembly to talk about looking after our environment by recycling water and saving water.
As a Trust, we are dedicated to working together and promoting all of our achievements. This year Palmers Cross, Edward the Elder and Elston Hall Primary School joined together to take part in Wolverhampton City's Diversity event. Boys, girls and staff from all three schools spent the weeks leading up to the event, working hard to create a stunning dance which they performed on stage at the Civic Theatre, along-side many other schools from across the city. This was the 30th year this event has been part of Wolverhampton's city calendar, it challenges schools to use the creative arts to celebrate the strength of diversity in our city.
We are so proud of their fantastic performance!