Macmillan Coffee Morning 2016

Thank you to the parents and grandparents who came to FoLSS coffee morning today in aid of the Macmillan charity.  Thank you also to everyone who sent in cakes, they were delicious.  A total of £388.76 was raised for this excellent cause.  Our thanks go to FoLSS for organising another…

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Returning to School

We hope you’ve all had a great summer break and have had lots of fun and adventures. We would like to remind children that school re-opens on Wednesday 7th September.  

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The Queens 90th Birthday

Little Sutton held a party to celebrate the 90th birthday of Queen Elizabeth II.  Each year group produced a song or dance and performed to the rest of the school on the playground,  we had lots of party food and a big marquee to celebrate.  A really fun time was…

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School Successes

Each year at Little Sutton we like to look back and reflect on some of the many things that we have achieved as a school and the successes we have had.  Here is a short video clip sharing some of those successes and achievementsto date.

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Afternoon Tea

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On Thursday 24th March, 9 children were invited to have Afternoon Easter Tea with Mrs Davis. These children were specially chosen for recognition of outstanding self management of behaviour this term. The children were served Easter cakes, cups of tea, coffee and squash, which they thoroughly enjoyed. Mrs Davis complimented…

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Holiday Schemes Easter 2016

We have been informed about some fun activities and holiday schemes in and around Birmingham taking place during the Easter holidays. See the links on this page for more information. Birmingham.gov.uk Fun in Brum – Easter 2016 Holiday Schemes Easter 2016 NB  The links above are for information only.  Activities are…

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Visit to King Edward School Handsworth

For the past month, we have been working with our partner school, King Edward VI Handsworth and a group of Gifted and Talented ICT children from across the Learning Trust to develop their understanding of programming. The brief for the sessions was to develop gaming through the use of Scratch.…

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Year 5 Lego Workshop

On Friday 22nd January, staff from the Birmingham City University came to visit Year 5 – teaching them all about programming through the use of LEGO. The children had the opportunity to build moving objects ranging from a drumming monkey all the way to dancing birds. Some of the creations…

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