Jun 24

Weekly News Roundup - w/c 24th June 2019

Please find the weekly news roundup w/c 24th June 2019. If you would like to receive this communication via email, please contact the school office and we will add your email address to our mailing list.

Jun 19

Boys' Choir Performance 'Gotta Sing' at The Palace Theatre, Redditchh

Well done to our Boys' Choir from all year groups for a fantastic performance at last week's 'Gotta Sing' event at The Palace Theatre, Redditch. Please click on the following link to view their performance. The password is: redd2019

https://www.sspa-events.com/redditchgottasing2019

Jun 3

Tea and Biscuits with the Headteacher - Friday 24th May 2019

At the end of every half-term, the Directors of Year Groups and their staff identify one boy and one girl from their year group to be invited to have tea and biscuits with Mr Cox, Headteacher. This is in recognition of their outstanding contribution to school life during the half-term. The pupils who enjoyed this special privilege on Friday 24th May 2019 were: Year 5 – Daniel and Sophie, Year 6 - Joshua and Mayze-Mai, Year 7 – William and Lexie and Year 8 – Daisy and Joe.
Well done to them all! Keep watching this space to discover who will be invited to tea with Mr Cox next half-term!

Apr 29

Congratulations to the winners of the Easter Bunny Raffle

Congratulations to the following winners of the Easter Bunny Raffle - Ruby, Year 5, the winner of the chocolate bunny and Harriet, Year 7, the winner of the fluffy bunny.

We are delighted to advise you that the raffle raised £760.00 to support the Peer Mentor and Prefect programmes.

Many thanks for all your support.

Mar 25

Success at National Cross Country Finals

Three pupils from Aston Fields Middle School represented Worcestershire County on Saturday 23rd March, in Leicestershire, at the National Cross Country Finals. They all did exceptionally well. Joe W in Year 5 was 109th out of 316. Josh B in Year 6 was 69th out of 329. Matt B in Year 7 ran a really impressive race and was right in contention until the end. He finished 4th out of 189, only 13 seconds off the winner, a phenomenal achievement. Congratulations to all three pupils.