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It’s Not Quite Cricket: Eversfield Sport in the Time of Coronavirus

This term at Eversfield, it has not been quite cricket as we know it but, thanks to the hard work and creative thinking of Mr Sliney and his team, we have come impressively close. I was surprised to learn recently that some independent schools have furloughed their games staff during the coronavirus crisis. Read more
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Put Out the Flags: Reflections of School Girl

Friday 8th May is the 75th anniversary of the end of the Second World War in Europe. Although fighting continued elsewhere in the world until the victory over Japan on 15th August, VE Day was a time of great celebration. Read more
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Shakespeare Week: The Show Must Go On

Shakespeare Week has become a March tradition for Form 5 at Eversfield and this year was no exception. Looking back, it’s impossible to overstate what an achievement it was for pupils and teachers alike. Read more

St Patrick's Day

Last week in Nursery, amidst all the special preparations for Mother’s Day, the teachers still managed to make time to remember St Patrick, whose special day fell on Tuesday. Of course, around the world, and not least in Birmingham, with processions cancelled and merriment curtailed, this year St Patrick’s Day was largely overlooked. Read more
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Fun with Fractions

2HM enjoyed a Maths lesson with a difference this week when Miss Murphy asked everyone to design a bookmark. I know what you’re thinking…bookmarks don’t have anything to do with Maths! But this was a very special bookmark…a fraction bookmark! Fractions are revisited regularly within the Mathematics curriculum at Eversfield. Read more
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All About Spring

One ray of hope in the current gloom is that signs of spring are all around us. We are no longer heading home from school in darkness, and the daffodils are approaching their glorious best. Discovering the pattern of the seasons is very important for early learners. Read more
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Castle Explorers

By the time you read this, the children in Form 1 will have enjoyed a day at Tamworth Castle and will no doubt have spent hours regaling their families and friends with exciting tales of their adventures. Last week, however, was all about the preparation. Read more
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More Scholarly Pursuits

Being a scholar at Eversfield is an enormous amount of fun. If you happen to walk past the Denney shortly after eleven o’clock on a Thursday morning, you can be sure to hear peals of laughter ringing out as the scholars get to grips with their latest challenge. Read more