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Flash Ley Community Primary School

Believe to Achieve

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Enrichment & WOW Experiences.

Flash Ley seeks to provide an exciting, broad and balanced enrichment curriculum to our children through clubs like Art, PE, SEAL, Literacy club, booster clubs and sport. 

Our external sport clubs provide sport and games opportunities which focus on developing good quality skills, an understanding of tactics and teamwork, enjoyment and knowing how to improve. 

Teaching staff run weekly clubs planned on children's interests but to also develop skills and other loves of learning that aren't necessarily part of the curriculum. We strive to give our children lots of exposure to different aspects of subjects like Art, PSED, Sport but also encourage children to attend clubs like Lego, Dance and Origami club to enhance skills they already have.

KS1 Author Visit - 03/03/2020 - The Day Granny’s Knickers Blew Away!

Tye Dye Day - 4th February 2020 - EYFS and KS1 Designed T-Shirts using Tye Dye, The children tied, dyed and washed their T-Shirts ready to wear with pride!

Jan - Feb 2020 - We have an an amazing Chef weekly at school, we have been learning all about different healthy ingredients and how to prepare and cook them.

On Thursday 16th January, Year 6 children and choir participated in the spectacular event that is Young Voices. With a 6000 strong choir made up of many primary schools, we performed at the Genting Arena in Birmingham alongside the legend that is Tony Hadley and up and coming artists such as The Shires and Ruti. It was a fantastic night, definitely one to remember!

January 2020 - Glow Sports

Flash Ley children have decorated a Christmas tree at St Mary Church. The Christmas tree exhibition is open to all until Sunday. Why don't you take a christmassy look this weekend?

November 2019 - Some children in Y5 visited Stafford college. They learned to build a robot out of Lego and program it to move.

W/C 14/11/19. KS1 Reading shed looks amazing! Each class will have access to this in the week. Please don't use it before or after school however.

On Monday 30th September, and our Head Boy and Head Girl officially opened our KS2 Reading Shed! The shed is a quiet and comfortable space where pupils can read their books at break times and lunch times. What will you read?

On Friday 11th October the School Council presented  a Harvest Assembly to the rest of the school.  All food that was donated was displayed and given to Rising Brook Food Bank.

KS1 National Space Centre - Sept 2019 - With six interactive galleries, the UK’s largest planetarium, and the iconic 42m high Rocket Tower - KS1 certainly had a fun filled day at the National Space Centre. We learnt about how Stars are formed, what is gravity like on other planet and what is it like to be an Astronaut. We loved our day - children were inspired from the minute we arrived. The enjoyment of the space discovery continued throughout the day It was out of this world!

September 2019 - Y5 - The Midnight Gang learned some exciting circus skills!

Wednesday 11th September - Y4-Y6 Auhor visit - We were visited by the author Lawrence Prestidge who worked with a group of pupils from Y4 – Y6. During the workshop, the children were given lots of tips about becoming a famous author and they created new characters which could be used in a book. Lawrence then did an assembly, during which he shared some extracts from his own books. One of his books is going to be adapted for a performance in the West End in London! At the end of the day, children had the opportunity to buy signed copies of his books.

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