Bhylls Acre Primary School

News


16 January

Young Voices 2020

Last night, Bhylls Acre Choir performed at the Resort World Arena Birmingham with the Young Voices 2020 choir with 6000 other pupils. It was the most amazing experience, children sang a variety of songs and choruses with Tony Hadley, The Shires and Ruti. Led by conductor David Lawrence and supported by the celebrities the children rehearsed and later performed to a sold out audience.

Street dance group, 'Urban Stride' not only entertained our children but also taught them dance moves and a clear message of tolerance and solidarity.Children and adults alike loved it.

I was humbled by the enthusiasm and hard work teachers and professionals had put in to make the event possible. It made me very proud of our children.

A big thank you goes out to Miss K Giles and the ladies of the PFTA who supported with the children on the day. I would also like to say thank you to our parents who attended, joined in and hopefully had an amazing time too. It was a privilige to work and perform with your children.

The annual event raises money for the teenage cancer trust, saving young lives. Bhylls Acre will return.

Warmest wishes,

Mrs L D Dunn - Head Teacher

 

 

 

10 December

Christmas Market

This year's 'Christmas Market' will take place at school on Friday 13th December from 5.30pm - 8.30pm.

The chocolate and bottle tombola's will be available to try your luck at and the Christmas Raffle tickets will also be on sale.

There will also be lots to see and plenty of Christams themed  items to purchase; a range of refreshments will also be on sale during the afternoon/evening

Please come along and support us during this seasonal family event.

10 December

A Christmas Recipe

Thank you to all parents who supported our children's EYFS/KS1 Christmas production this afternoon. The children have worked very hard and I'm certain you enjoyed the show as much as I did.

A huge thank you to all parents for making dismissal so much easier for our children, your cooperation was much appreciated and we got you home quicker, (a bonus in this awful weather).

As you are aware, the performance will be repeated tomorrow at 1.45pm; doors open at 1.30pm. We look forward to seeing many of you again.

 

Seasons best,

Mrs L D Dunn

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