Find out about Past Events held at our school.
Year One visit Dudley Zoo (27/03/17)
On Monday 27th March, Year One went on a school visit to Dudley Zoo. This visit linked with their topic Meerkat Madness. The children left school promptly to arrive at the zoo.
On arrival, the children got to see camels, baboons, and Asiatic lions. As part of our experience, we were able to feed the meerkats and have a talk about meerkats by one of the staff members at the zoo. The children loved this experience and not only did they learn more facts about these animals, but they impressed the keeper too by how much they knew!
After this, the children had a close encounter with some of the smaller creatures at the zoo. Children got the opportunity to stroke snakes and ferrets which was a wonderful experience – even the teachers got to do it too!!!
Mother’s Day Lunch (23/3/17)
Mother’s day lunch success
Thank you so much to Mrs Harrison and all her team for making the Mother’s Day lunch such a delight. The children and their guests thoroughly enjoyed themselves and passed on some wonderful comments. Also thank you to Mrs Haywood and Mrs Lowther for helping organise the ‘logistics’ so everything went smoothly.
Mother’s day flowers
Thank you to Mrs C. Farrington for organising the flower gifts.
On behalf on RCFS we hope all mum’s, grandmother’s and special ladies had a very happy mother’s day – you are all very special, keep up the good work!
World Book Day
What a fantastic day.
The Richard Clarke School had learning about the weird and wonderful world of Roald Dahl! Each child dressed up as a character from one of his wonderful books and had a fun packed day of activities that stretched the imagination. Take a look at some of the fantastic photographs from the day!
Y4 Design Technology Workshops: WOW! (01/03/17)
Year 4 have had a very busy couple of days as part of their spring term Design Technology workshop. They have learned valuable skills and used materials and resources to create a moving Punch & Judy themed toy!
Modelled learning time meant children could see what they needed to do.