Thank you to all parents/carers who attended the reading workshop. Find below information explaining how we teach reading in KS2 and ways to help your child.
Reading Workshop Powerpoint
Click on the link below for a recommended reading list for Key Stage 2
KS2 Reading List
Click on the link below for KS2 question ideas.
KS2 Question Starters
Click on the link below for a year 6 extract with examples of different question types.
Year 6 Extract
With Christmas performances approaching, we know you will be looking forward to taking photographs and videos of your children.
We now have the option of adding images and videos to online social networks, such as Facebook, Instagram and YouTube. This means that we can easily share our photos and videos with family and friends.
Whilst this can be very useful to all of us, we must ensure we protect and safeguard all children and staff, including those who do not want to have their images stored online.
Please CLICK HERE and take the time to read our Guide to the use of Images Online.
What a fantastic evening. Four Class 6 boys took on the challenge of the 2017 Lego competition. They had to build a vehicle ensuring they followed the building instructions fully. They also used teamwork, determination and excellent communication skills. After 2 hours building and programming their vehicle in three separate challenges the boys are through to the final coming second place. Bring on the final in February.
Thank you to all parents and carers for helping us to support this worthwhile cause. We were very impressed with all the coins collected on the Pudsey Bears! Children and staff looked great dressed in rainbow colours!
We will let you know how much we raised as soon as possible.
There will be more photographs to view on year group pages and under 'Theme Days' shortly.
Palmers Cross start with a great win!
Well done to the school football team at Palmers Cross Primary School. They played their first match of the season against
SS St Peters and Paul on Tuesday 14th November.
The result was a super 10:1 victory. This is our best result EVER!
Keep up the excellent training and hard work.
On 1st November Goldthorn Park converted to be part of the Elston Hall Multi -academy Trust. Children from across the Trust visited the school to join in their celebrations, it was a thoroughly enjoyable occasion. We are pleased to have them join our ‘team.’
On Thursday 9th November, Palmers Cross headed across the city, to Wilkinson Primary School, in Bilston to embark on the first netball match of the year!
It was a fantastic game and Palmers Cross were able to show off everything they have been working on during training.
The final score was an amazing win for Palmers Cross, with a winning score of 18 goals, to Wilkinson’s 9.
School Council have been thinking about Anti-Bullying Week which takes place this year between 13th and 17th November. The theme this year is 'All Different, All Equal'.
During Anti-Bullying Week we want to:
- empower children and young people to celebrate what makes them, and others, unique
- help children and young people understand how important it is that every child feels valued and included in school.
- to celebrate what makes us ‘all different, all equal’ and celebrate difference and equality
Click on the links to see the Anti-Bullying posters School Council have created to be displayed around school.
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!
On Friday 3rd November, children from Key Stage 2 will be watching a live First Aid show during school time which will be hosted by St John’s Ambulance.
The Big First Aid lesson is a live show which is broadcasted nationally which includes practical elements, animations and interactive activities that aim to give our children lifesaving skills.
This year it is themed around the familiar scenario of Fire-work night, with a ‘Vlog’ presentation style, pupils will observe real-life first aid situations that they can relate to, as well as demonstrations of relevant first
aid techniques, including important bonfire night safety tips.
As this event is run by St John’s Ambulance it aims to make first aid accessible, easy to learn and fun to all ages.
School Council will be selling poppies from next week during reading time to raise money for the British Legion.
The British Legion will accept old pound coins as donations!
Poppy - 20p
Pencil - 50p
Reflectors - 50p
Wristbands - 50p
Rulers - £1.
Friendship Bracelets - £1.
We hope you and your children had a good half term holiday and we look forward to seeing the children back in school on Tuesday 31st October.