We are a small friendly school that puts the child at the centre of everything we do. We pride ourselves in the care and guidance we provide for each child. We strive to ensure that ALL children are successful in everything they do.
Interested in knowing what our children say about the Behaviour at our school? Go to the School Council page!
Want to know how our sports teams have got on recently? Click on the Curriculum now!
As Spring is refusing to come, we thought we would bring in some light and colour to encourage it to come!
Here are a selection of pictures showing some of the children's Easter Bonnet entries and our Artist-In-Residence.
Our Nonsuch 'Eco Warriors' have organised an electricity free day.
This is part of the Eco Councilors task to reduce waste and help to save the environment day. Want to know how it went? Click on the School Council Button to find out!
Half Termly Attendance Winners
If you would like a paper copy of any of the documents on this site, please contact the school office who will be happy to provide them free of charge.
The children in Year 1 went to Birmingham Central Mosque. The children said "It was fun and interesting going around the Mosque." The children were shown how Muslims pray and how the clocks show what time they need to pray. We also discussed the Five Pillars of Islam and found the whole trip a great experience.
On Thursday 15th February, Year 3 attended Kadampa Buddhist Centre in Cradley Heath. It was a fantastic morning where we learnt two ways of meditating and how Buddhism started.
Look at these fantastic pictures !
We are all friends here at school.
We need to try and be kind to each other every day.
Bullying is not kind
Bullying makes people sad.
I don't do it as I know it's very mean.
Bullying means if you do horrible things constantly to the same person all the time. I think that bullying is really mean.
I enjoyed doing the team activities, especially about everyone being unique.
Bullying is a mean thing to do and it is bad
I enjoyed coming up with a class vision. We worked as a team to discuss all the ways that we can learn together in a happy class."
I understand what bullying is and what to do if I’m being bullied."
We had fun drawing around our hands and writing how we are different but equal. We then got to use paints to make hand prints.
We are all different and we are all unique.
There is nothing wrong with being different.
Head Boy: The snowflakes we made were to show that all of us are unique.
Head Girl: Since Anti-Bullying week, people are more focused on being a good friend.
On Wednesday 15th November, Mrs Roberts attended an Anti Bullying Conference.
As a result of this, we will be completing work across the school to ensure that everyone feels safe and included.
Any questions, please ask Mrs Roberts.