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Second place for Year 4 mixed football tournament

We took part in the Baverstock Sports Partnership 5-a-side mixed Football Tournament on Monday 28th September 2015. There were 6 participating teams from across the Kings Norton District and we

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Video: Miss Davis shaves her hair for charity

Miss Davis, our school cook has had her hair shaven off in front of a whole school assembly part of Macmillan’s ‘Brave the Shave’ cancer support event. Miss Davis is

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Big Centre TV film Year 6 lesson

Local television channel Big Centre TV will be featuring our Year 6 children taking part in a discussion about issues such as bullying, e-Safety and British values. The segment will

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Star Assembly photos

Our fortnightly Star Assembly took place this morning rewarding hardwork and positive working attitude.

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This week’s ‘Writer of the Week’ – Jake Yr 3

Jake was asked to write his version of the boy in the woods.

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Read online our latest school newsletter

Our first school newsletter for this academic year is now available to read online. Click here to visit our newsletters page.

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Year 5/6 boys football narrowly miss out on qualification

We took part in the Kings Norton District Year 5 and 6 Boys 7-a-side football tournament on Monday 21st September 2015 at St Laurence Junior School. We played 3 games

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Bells Farm join Peacemakers Project

Our school has joined up with the Peacemakers Project (www.peacemakers.org.uk) to learn new techniques for resolving conflict in our school. The Peacemakers Project will be working in our school for

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Year 5/6 girls take part in 7-a-side tournament

We took part in the Kings Norton District Year 5 and 6 Girls 7-a-side football tournament on Thursday 17th September 2015 at St Laurence Junior School. We played 3 games

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Spotlight on Attendance

Bells Farm are working with parents to improve school attendance. Please read the letter below sent out to all parents and carers – click here. It is parent’s legal responsibility