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Y4/Y5 qualify in 7-a-side football tournament

We took part in the Kings Norton District Year 4 and 5 Boys 7-a-side Football Tournament on Thursday 25th February at St Laurence Junior School. We played 3 games in

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Basketball team finish fourth in tournament

We took part in the South Birmingham basketball plate finals night on Friday 26th February 2016 at St Lawrence. All four teams present had qualified through 2 previous rounds to

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This week’s ‘Writer of the Week’ – Sophie Yr 2

Sophie in Year 2 writes a fantastic adventure story.

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Bells Farm qualify in quick sticks hockey finals

We qualified to participate in the Birmingham School Games Quick Sticks Hockey Finals on Tuesday 9th February 2016 at the Birmingham Futsal Stadium. We had a fantastic experience as we

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Radio Whiz presenters attend Free Radio

Nine of our Radio Whiz presenters today visited Free Radio studios in Birmingham. The Radio Whiz presenters broadcast on the school radio station. They play music and make news announcements

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Year 5/6 take part in dodgeball competition

We took part in the Baverstock School Sports Partnership Year 5 and 6 Dodgeball Competition at Kings Heath Boys School on Tuesday 23rd February 2016. We played four matches during

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Fantastic 100% attendance today!

We’re delighted to announce that we have achieved 100% attendance throughout the school today. Our average attendance this academic year is above the national average at 96%. Thank you to

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Dates for our book fair

Our annual book fair is being held in school, come and see a selection of the fantastic books. The dates for the book fair is as follows: Thursday 25th February

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Video: Our e-Safety song performed in assembly

Our e-Safety group led an assembly about the SMART rules to round off a spectacular Safer Internet Week at Bells Farm. Parents also joined the celebration, the Digital council then

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Winners of first Spelling Bee crowned

This afternoon, Bells Farm Primary held their inaugural Spelling Bee competition. Children from across the school have been practicing for the last few weeks hoping to enter the finals today.