Michaelmas Term 2014
- Term begins Monday 8th September
- Half-Term Friday 24th October to Monday 3rd November (inclusive)
- Term ends Wednesday 17th December
Lent Term 2015
- Term begins Tuesday 6th January
- Half-Term Monday 16th February to Friday 20th February (inclusive)
- Term ends Friday 27th March
Summer Term 2015
- Term begins Monday 20th April
- Half-Term Monday 25th May to Friday 29th May (inclusive)
- Term ends Wednesday 8th July
Michaelmas Term 2015
- Term begins Monday 7th September (Staggered start for Nursery & Kindergarten)
- Half-Term Friday 23rd October to Monday 2nd November (inclusive)
- Term ends Wednesday 16th December
Lent Term 2016
- Term begins Wednesday 5th January
- Half-Term Monday 15th February to Friday 19th February (inclusive)
- Term ends Wednesday 23rd March
Summer Term 2016
- Term begins Monday 18th April
- Half-Term Monday 30th May to Friday 3rd June (inclusive)
- Term ends Tuesday 12th July
Great expectations or the love of learning…..? The start of an academic year is always an exciting time, for the children, for...
The weather has played its part in our Sports Days again this year, it unpredictable nature makes forward planning for such events...
Welcome to the summer term 2014. When we break-up for the Easter holidays I look at the sports field and can't...
‘I want my child to do the best they can. If I can give them every chance to achieve to their...
Well done to our Form 6 pupils this year who have achieved excellent exam results in their senior school entrance exams. As...
On Friday 16th January six members of Eversfield Chess Club went to King Edward's School to compete in a Chess tournament. They...
On 8 January 2015, the sixteen members of the School Council went on a very interesting trip to Birmingham Council House. We...
At a school somewhere not so far from you, perhaps even in Solihull, excitement levels are reaching fever pitch, as the children...
Food Technology Room
Design Technology Room
New Sports and Performing Arts Centre (2015)
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Form 5 pupil Kiran Pal woke up last Monday with... more...
London 2012 Olympic hopeful Harry Owen dropped in on pupils at... more...
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Ten year-old Dougie Dolleymore has recently returned from a fundraising bike... more...
House Music Competition
The last day of half-term heralded the first of this year's hotly contested House Competitions - House Music. Angles House have had an almost unbeaten run of wins over the last six years only losing out to Saxons once, since 2008, so the pressure was on for the new House Captains to lead their respective teams to victory. This year’s adjudicator was Mr Smallwood, Director of Music at Kings High School. Children in Forms 3 to 6 were invited to audition for Beginners, Intermediate or Advanced categories and Mr Spall and Miss Griggs had the hard task of chosing this year's finalists. Sixteen pupils were put through to peform on the day and instruments ranged from cello and double bass to drums, violin, piano and guitar. The House Choirs battled hard in a sing-off, performing Naughty from the musical Matilda and Supercalifragilistic from Mary Poppins.
Mr Smallwood gave the children some good advice about performing their songs and showing their enjoyment as they sang. He was most impressed by the musical talent of our soloists who took to the stage with great courage and conviction. From our beginners to our advanced musicians, it was great entertainment for all and we commend everyone who entered the auditions as every audition contributed to points for each House. In total 84 children auditioned and gained 41 points for Angles and 43 for Saxons. Thank you to the peripatetic staff who have helped to prepare the children, to parents for their on-going support at home and to Miss Griggs, Director of Music, for organising and bringing the whole event together. It is always a wonderful way to finish the Michaelmas Half-Term. And so to this year's winners...
SAXONS! Many congratulations!