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Keyboard lessons going well.

Sports, Diwali lamps and best materials for prosthetic wounds in science. Lots happening at school.

Congratulations to Darcie - winner of the Shrewsbury Bookfest 'Big Picture Book' art award

Great fun in Class 1. Moving pictures, building and outdoor learning.

Super Andy Goldsworthy Artwork in Forest School. Well done Class 2

Welcome to Reverend Sam from all of us at Rushbury School.

Year 6 celebratory lunch and presentations. Goodbye to you all. We will miss you.

Learning about scale in mathematics - fantastic model benches... and what a surprise. These benches are models of the bench the Year 6 will be giving the school as their leavers' gift. Thank you

What a fantastic Sports Day organised by our Year 6 children. Well done to Ragadoc (a 'bubble' combimation of Ragleth and Caradoc who won this year's sports trophy.

Building pirate ships in Class 2

Debates and 'talk tasks' in Class 3

Skeleton Fun

Treasure chests

Pirate ships, making treasure for our treasure chests, Forest School and lots of outdoor games

PE, treasure hunts and puppet shows. Lots going on now some of us are back at school.

Back to school fun. Lots of outdoor learning.

The Great Barrier Reef Assembly

Thank you to Mrs Manley, who made this super cushion for us to sit on when we read to Digby.

Thank you to Mrs McGill who talked to the children about her career in the army. So many artefacts to try out and look at!

World Book Day

Another fun-packed inspire workshop for Class 1 parents. This time the challenge was to create an animal habitat of their choice.

Many thanks to Ollie Ollerton and Laura Gander who visited us on Friday to talk to us all about their business Break-Point and Mr Ollerton’s career in the armed forces. We even tested our limits!

Lost happening in Class 1 this week.

Fruit and vegetable drinks, animal sculptures, Creation collages, Stonehenge models and beetroot pancakes - all part of a busy week in Key Stage 2 at Rushbury School.

A big 'thank you' to Amy Bebbington and to Concord College for hosting the terrific primary school choral workshop last Friday, and to KS2 for being such stars. Amy Bebbington, composer, Director of Training for the Association of British Choral Directors, and co-founder of the London International Choral Conducting Competition praised the children on her Twitter feed as follows: 'I've never been more impressed by (175) children who all sang with such natural joy and genuine enthusiasm'.

A very interesting talk from our parent gamekeeper

Rushbury Flash Mob visit Church Stretton market. Lovely surprise singing

Key Stage 2 visit Shrewsbury museum to learn more about their Stone Age topic

Key Stage 2 organised their own visit to Shrewsbury museum by train. Thank you to the transport police who talked to us at Shrewsbury station.

What have we been doing this week?

A busy week

What a super talk from one of our parents about her career as a doctor.

Friday afternoon ECO group carefully weigh out the sugar content of the food we eat. they were concerned about the results.

Lots happening on a Friday afternoon:

A very special Christingle service at St Peter's Church

Very proud to receive this award. Well done to everyone who contributed to our model.

Thank you to Meg who talked to us about her career as a Norland nanny

A busy start to the term

A fantastic third place for our Victorian Steam Train in the Halls' art competition. Artwork entries from across Shropshire are on display at The Granary, Weston Park.

Christmas Carol Service, St Peter's Church

A very special visitor

Carol singing at Church Stretton Co-Op

Thank you to everyone who joined us at Rushbury village hall for our wonderful Nativity play.

Super stalls at the Christmas Fayre

Thank you to our school chefs for an excellent Christmas lunch. As is tradition, Year 6 parents, governors and volunteers joined us for this festive event. Year 6 children gave thank you gifts to many of visitors.

A retirement assembly for the Reverend Nancy Cleaton. A big thank you from all of us.

Rushbury School has been awarded the Shrewsbury Bookfest’s ‘Leaders in Reading’ Award 2019. The award celebrates the school’s vision, policy and strategy in promoting a love of reading. Judges considered children’s attitudes and involvement in reading as well as pupils’ progress and high attainment. We are delighted to win this prestigious award which was presented to Mrs Pye at the recent Bookfest conference in Shrewsbury.

Following an assembly by Shrewsbury Ark, Rushbury school children chose this homeless charity as this term's charity. Children visited Shrewsbury Ark to donated a box of warm clothing.

Key Stage 2 Inspire Parents' and Children's Workshop. WWII Room with electric lighting and blackout curtains