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Created on Friday, 17 April 2015 15:50
Created on Friday, 17 April 2015 11:31
Whitehouse Common fielded a girl's football team in the Wilson Stuart Tournament at Wyndley Leisure Centre last night. Despite not winning, the girls had a great time in the summer sunshine and demonstrated the excellent team spirit and resourcefullness that all WHC children show in abundance.
Well done girls.
Created on Thursday, 16 April 2015 09:39
Perry Beeches 0 WHC 2
With the sun shining the Under Armour had been put away as the boys took to the pitch in the Quarter Finals of the Birmingham 9 aside Cup against Perry Beeches Primary who had recently won the Aston Schools' Premier League and were unbeaten. This didn’t phase WHC as they set about passing and moving with 5 really good first half chances all whistling past the same right hand post but the breakthrough wouldn’t come. Half Time 0-0.
The second half started the same way but it wasn’t long before Josh prodded home from close range to take a deserved lead 0-1. Against the run of play Perry Beeches broke but Alex denied them with a fine stop which left the WHC supporters scratching their heads as to how the game was still in the balance. Fortunately Caius put the game beyond doubt with 3 minutes to go when he struck the ball from around 20 yards out into the top corner – a cracking strike and sealed a really well deserved semi final place.
Full Time 0-2
Next up is Walmley Juniors in the League and then again in the HMS cup.
Created on Wednesday, 01 April 2015 13:56
At Whitehouse Common we are all very excited to be taking part in the Birmingham wide 'Big Hoot'. The even twill see over 200 large scale owls displayed in Birmingham city centre over July and August. To launch the project in school the children have been taking part in a variety of different activities. Each year group has completed some owl themed work and each year group has been on a hunt for 'Hoot' across the school grounds. The chidlren had to answer mental maths style questions and search for the answers on a map of the school grounds to lead them to their next clue and then the owl. We look forward to seeing all the chidlren's fabulous designs for our owl after the Easter break!!
Created on Friday, 27 March 2015 15:42
Created on Friday, 27 March 2015 12:03