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In October the whole school took part in a “One Planet” week to think more deeply about how wonderful and diverse Planet Earth is. Each phase learnt about a different habitat area including British woodlands in Rainbows, The Rainforest in Year 1 and 2, The Oceans in Year 3 and 4 and The African Savannah in Year 5 and 6.
During the course of the week the children had visits from Gloucestershire wildlife trust, Ecocide and The Green shop where they learnt about topics such as recycling, plastic pollution and climate change. One of the highlights of the week was when we were treated to a fantastic visit from “Walks with Hawks.” The children loved learning about different birds of prey and were also able to hold some of the birds.
Each class went on a trip related to the week’s theme to either Lea Woods, The Living Rainforest, Birmingham Sea life Centre or Cotswold Wildlife Park. The children throughly enjoyed seeing the different animals and learning more about their habitiats.
By the end of the week it was clear the children were very passionate about looking after our planet and were particularly keen to learn about climate change and the work of influential people such as David Attenborough and Greta Thunburg.
Our week culminated in an open afternoon where we invited parents and governors into school to see the range of work the children had completed and to sing a song about looking after our World.
We are consulting on our School Admissions Policy for 2021-22. We welcome all comments.
The deadline for comments to be received is Sunday 29th December 2019. To review our policy and comment please click here.
Comments please to our Clerk to Governors either by letter to the school postal address or by email to [email protected].
Our Open Morning will be on Friday 8th November.
There will be tours at 10am and 11am.
Please contact the office on 01453 883 205 to book a tour.
Year 3 and 4 went to the Ancient Technology Centre in Dorset this week on a Viking residential. The children had a fantastic time living like Vikings. They had to make their own food, dress up like Vikings, do chores such as wood chopping, brick making and cleaning wool ready for spinning. They slept in a Viking longhouse on sheepskin rugs. Some people had hardly any sleep but they had a really good time. Here are some pictures of our trip.
We have had a great day today celebrating World Book Day! The children dressed up as their favourite book character and lots of them brought in their favourite books too.
All the classes took part in book-themed activities and designed bunting to go up around class Book Corners. We also had a ‘DEAR’ activity – Drop Everything And Read’ – where the bell goes at random times during the day and the children (and adults!) literally drop what they are doing, pick up their book, and read for five minutes! The children really enjoyed this during the day. Check out our photos of our costume competition winners.
On Monday the 17th December we were delighted that the Bishop of Tewkesbury, Rt Revd Robert Springett, came to Bussage Primary School to officially open our new reception area and office.
After a brief ribbon cutting ceremony, the Bishop then attend a special assembly.
The Bishop of Tewkesbury commented; “Such a joy to celebrate with Bussage School the completion of their new entrance hall. A great school with doors wide open to serve the community, firmly rooted in Christian values.”
The Headmaster, Andrew Ferguson added; “Our new reception and office area extension is one of the most significant pieces of structural work to have been completed since the school was first built. We were honoured that Bishop Robert was able to officiate at the official opening today and the children enjoyed performing for and listening to him.”
Thank you to everybody that attended and helped to set up the event.
The whole school took part in a history week to commemorate 100 years since the end of the First World War. During the week the children took part in a WW1 Workshop where they learnt about life as a soldier in the trenches. Each class made clay poppies and doves for a poppy memorial garden display. Other activities included visiting the war memorial in Eastcombe, a WW1 themed school day and a victory tea party. The week culminated in an exhibition of children’s work in the school hall and open classrooms to share their learning with friends and relatives. The whole week was extremely successful and a great experience for the children.
BUSSAGE SCHOOL OPEN MORNING
Thursday 1st of November
Tours at 9.30am and 11.00am
Please ring the office on 01453 883 205 to book.
Please Note – If you are unable to attend on this day, please let us know and we will find another date for you to come and visit us.