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Please note: Children return to school on Monday 7th September 2015 this year.
Created on Thursday, 16 July 2015 10:20
Well done to all the fantastic Year 6 children for their fabulous production of Annie!
Created on Monday, 13 July 2015 12:59
26 children from year 6 were chosen to compete in three different events at the Birmingham School Games on Friday 10th July, due to winning competitions within Sutton Coldfield throughout the year.
8 children took part in the mega fest rugby event and used their rugby skills and teamwork to challenge other schools from various areas of the city. The tag rugby team made it into the top ten schools in the city from 350 schools! In the morning of the games they won three matches and drew two which led them to be in the top five teams in the afternoon. The children played brilliantly and came fourth overall.
The mixed rounders team also did extremely well and came first - please see the article below for more details.
We were incredibly proud of how the children conducted themselves and represented Whitehouse Common. Well done year six, you are a credit to our school.
Created on Monday, 13 July 2015 12:54
On Friday 10th July WCPS mixed rounders team took part in the Birmingham School Games at King Edwards School. Their invitation to the games came from winning the Sutton Schools mixed rounders competition in May. The top ten schools from across the city spent the day competing against each other.
Whitehouse Common played their first game against Timberly and won with a score of 2 1/2 to 9 1/2 rounders. The following scores led the children to remain undefeated:
Woodhouse 1 WCPS 10 1/2
Colebourne 4 WCPS 7
Rookery 1 WCPS 12 1/2
James Watt 0 WCPS 6
WCPS played against Mosely in the semi final winning 8 to 4 rounders. The final saw the children competiting against James Watt for the second time resulting in a win by 6 rounders to a half!
Well done to all of the children involved.
Created on Tuesday, 07 July 2015 22:00
As Head Boy and Girl, we would like to pass on an end of year message to you all.
We would like to say a huge well done to Year 6 on facing and completing the challenges which the year brought. We feel that this year has seen pupils across the school produce amazing work and continue to show lots of enthusiasm for learning. All of the teachers will be very proud of your achievements and, as your Head Boy and Girl, we feel very proud too. We wish the Year 2 children luck in their move to the juniors and would like to congratulate everyone in the school for a successful year and best wishes in the year ahead.
Have a great holiday and stay safe!
Created on Wednesday, 08 July 2015 12:49
Our Wild in Art Owlet is now in place in the Gracechurch Centre in Sutton Coldfield! We are very lucky to have been allocated a location close to home making it nice and convienient for you all to visit!!
He currently stands in prime position with two other Owlets in the main concourse of the centre (near the House of Fraser entrance). He will be there all Summer so take the opportunity to go and say hi to 'Whitehouse'.
Created on Friday, 03 July 2015 15:39
Created on Wednesday, 01 July 2015 14:18
Last night the Whitehouse Common Football Team collected awards for their achievements this season.
In what has been one of the most competitive seasons in recent years, WHC collected no less than four awards:
Year Six -aside tournament - third place.
Year Six - B team tournament - runners up
Sutton Coldfield Under 11's Cup - runners up
Sutton Coldfield Primary School Football League - runners up
The boys have played brillianty all season and will hopefully have many fond memories of their times at WHC based around their competitive football triumphs. Overall 24 schools have competed against each other.
A big thank you for all the people involved in supporting the boys to attend all the many matches they have played in- the League Association, Teacher, the boys themsleves and of course the parents who have transported the chlidren to every single game and cheered from the sideline.
Well done boys. We are very proud of you!