New book corners
Teachers were set a challenge to create new book corners for children to read, learn and relax in. What a difference they have made!
We are looking forward to developing other aspects of our classrooms as the year progresses.
Can you spot your classroom?
at Walsall Town Hall
Every child has made a poppy for Remembrance Day. These will go on display from Friday afternoon in Walsall Town Hall.
We hope you get a chance to visit it.
Pictures of the display will be posted once in place.
These pictures appeared on the official Facebook page of the Mayor of Walsall.
Thank you to Walsall for allowing us to take part in the event.
Happy Diwali everyone!
Children at Salisbury Primary School celebrated Diwali with creative lessons this morning and a wonderful Diwali meal at lunchtime.
Thank you to all the children for their fantastic work and staff that have been involved throughout the day.
A thank you also to our catering team for producing the feast.
Walsall Rotary Club
Salisbury Primary School Urban Allotment
Thank you to the Walsall Rotary Club for the very kind and generous donation of £1150. This will help us set up our Allotment Garden.
Thank you all very much.
More details to follow,
Closing date 20th June.
Children aged 5-15 are asked to design a poster promoting their home town, and the winners will see their design splashed all over the side of a National Express Coach!
Colour the Coach is an annual competition run by National Express. Children can enter by designing a summer-themed poster on an A4 sheet of paper promoting Walsall to encourage people to visit some of the amazing locations on National Express’s coach network. The competition is open now and the deadline for entries to be sent from school is the 20th June!
The shortlisted entries for each UK region wiNX Colour the coach A4 poster no crop marks v3ll then be open to an online public vote. Six winners’ designs will be created into a giant poster splashed across the side of a National Express coach. Where possible, vehicles will be chosen that run on a service linked to the winning location which will then be seen by thousands of passengers and the general public as they travel on the UK’s roads.
The Royal Wedding Celebrations
On Friday 18th May, we celebrated the Royal Wedding of
Harry and Meghan.
To celebrate, the children enjoyed morning activities held in the classrooms and during the afternoon they were treated to music provided by our very own drummers and a disco.
Thank you to all the children, parents and staff who made the day a great success.
*More photos to follow…
We are very grateful to ASDA for choosing Salisbury Primary School in 2nd place in their School Competition – meaning that we have £200 to spend on new school playground equipment.
In the photograph below we have two very proud and excited pupils with Mr Yaqub (Parent Governor) receiving the cheque from Asda’s Kathy:
*Photographs to be added when equipment arrives…
This year, we were so proud of the 189 children who entered our Easter Bonnet Parade. They showed fantastic enthusiasm and created some eggstra special Easter Bonnets – they really were crackin’!….Shell we stop with the yolks now?
With such tough competition, the judges were in a terrible scramble to choose 1st and 2nd place winners from each class to win prizes (well done to all participants; we hope you enjoyed your chocolate!)
We would like to thank all of the children and families for their time and effort. It makes the eggsperience all that more special for the children when everyone is in the spirit of things.
Here is a snap of our winners…
Teacher training day Monday 8th January 2018. Children are back to school Tuesday 9th January 2018.
In Nursery our topic is Superheroes we have been reading the story Superworm by Julia Donaldson. On Tuesday we went on an little adventure to dig for “real” worms. We have been learning how to keep the worms safe so we do not hurt them. We had a worm bag which contained all the equipment we needed to find the wiggly worms. We used a magnifying glass to look at their tiny hairs that help them to move as we know they don’t have legs. We really enjoyed getting dirty and finding lots of worms.