Ending the term with our very special Christmas Carol Service

A very special visitor

Christmas fun and games

Carol singing at the Co-op brought many smiles from shoppers

Thank you to the Hope Bowdler bell ringers who performed to the children and then let them play along to Jingle bells

Finding the elves this Christmas has kept us all busy.

We raised lots of money for Save the Children when we held our Christmas jumper day

Christmas lunch at Rushbury Village Hall was full of festive fun

Our Nativity – The Landlord’s Cat – was a huge success

Investigating electrical circuits

Seasonal cookery

Making table decorations for Christmas lunch

We are delighted with our fired clay faces

Lots of fun at the Christmas Fayre
Class 3 visit to the Shropshire Archives

Researching Rushbury’s connection with the sinking of the Lusitania

Discovering a newspaper article and photograph of Evelyn and Constance Brown

A wonderful photograph of Rushbury school children in the 1940s

A rare opportunity to see Henry VIII’s signature

Decorate a tree day

Making scented candles to sell at the Christmas Fayre

Working out how to make a profit

We are delighted with our newly painted playground games

Visiting Christ Church, Bayston Hill to find out about their immersion font.

Making prayer flags in Forest School

Commemorating 100 years since the end of World War One

Ringing the bells at St Peter’s

Our Lusitania study and remembrance work is displayed in the exhibition at Rushbury Village Hall.

Researching the Lusitania as part of our World War I commemorations.

First Aid in Class 1

Autumn Colours

We all visited the Hadley Road Gurdwara

Thank you to the NSPCC

A visit to Knighton Spaceguard Centre

Very proud of the children and the school today.

Their presentation as Keynote Speakers at today’s Theatre Severn Education conference met with much applause and complimentary comment.

Taking time out to sample the exhibits

Volume and Displacement Investigations Monitoring the mould testPortrait CollageBeetroot PancakesUsing sensors for our Lego programming

Measuring in metres

What makes yeast produce a gas?

The mould test

Millichope Cross Country

What a fantastic start to our assemblies about Christian places of worship.

Key Stage 2 visit to Blists Hill China museum was a huge success. The children took part in an excellent workshop where they made clay faces to be fired and enjoyed the fascinating tour of the museum.



Thank you to Class 3 who prepared the Spanish tapas event. Delicious new food for us all to try.

Key Stage 2 children learnt a great deal from visiting portrait artist Julie Lloyd Roberts. Her inspirational work is the starting point for our portrait project work.

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