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Radio Whiz presenters attend Free Radio

Seven of our Radio Whiz presenters today visited Free Radio studios in Birmingham. The Radio Whiz presenters broadcast on the school radio station. They play music and make news announcements


KS2 SATs revision resources

Below is a link to some useful information on how your child can prepare for their KS2 mathematics SATs whether they are in Year 5 or 6. There are topic

Class Work News

Star Assembly photos

Our fortnightly Star Assembly took place this morning rewarding hardwork and positive working attitude.

News Sports

British Gymnastics Key Steps Competition

We took part in the British Gymnastics Key Steps Competition at Cocks Moors Woods Leisure Centre on Tuesday 13th February 2018. The competition was split in to 2 age groups

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Year 5 Cross Country Competition

We took part in the Year 5 School Games Cross Country Competition at Walkers Heath Park on Monday 12th February 2018. The boys and the girls races were run separately,


Bells Farm take part in ‘City Kitchen Live’

Some of our children were treated to Cityserve’s ‘City Kitchen Live’ initiative to learn and create. The opportunity for the children to really engage with the food they eat –


Video: Digital Council ‘Blue Light Safety’ assembly

To cap off a fantastic Safer Internet Week at Bells Farm, the Digital Council (online safety group) did an assembly about social media, emojis and the problems with the blue


Video: Safer internet song performance

As part of our week long celebration of safer internet, we put together a song and performed in assembly today. The song has some very important reminders about being safe

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Bronze for basketball team

We participated in the School Games Basketball Competition on Tuesday evening 6th February 2018 at Kings Heath Boys School. We played in the group stages and finished 2nd. This meant


Online safety concerns regarding Roblox

Our school has already listed Roblox as a banned website. We have been highlighting many concerns about it for the last 18 months, however further concerns have now been raised