What a wonderful evening the other night, Year 6 really did put on an amazing performance.
We would like to wish all of Year 6 all the best on their next adventure to Secondary school, many tears were shed this afternoon.
The summer holidays have now arrived. We wish all our families a safe and enjoyable summer
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First Friends Day Nursery Walsall Edc Pelsall Lane Rushall, Walsall
Children are being encouraged to “walk for wellbeing” during this year’s Walk to School Week from May 16 to 20.
Why not give it a go during this week or try parking and striding to school, the advantages of walking to school are;
Each family that walks to school is potentially one less car at the school gate and therefore one less hazard for your child.
Leaving the car at home can play a part in reducing pollution around your child’s school.
By walking to school, you’re teaching your child a lesson about road safety all the time, which is an vital life skill.
Walking can help to increase our sense of wellbeing by making us feel more awake, focused and cheerful. This is great for your child each school morning as it could improve their levels of concentration in class.
Hapa Zome is an exploratory art activity, which involves pounding plants to release the natural pigments onto paper or material.
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What a wonderful evening the other night, Year 6 really did put on an amazing performance.
This morning we held our Final Assembly followed by our Ryders Hayes Character Awards ceremony 🏆
Today the whole school enjoyed live music from Walsall Music Education Hub, lots of singing along this afternoon 🙂🎹🎷🎸🎺
Today, our Nursery class had an amazing time learning about animals and even had the chance to see them in person too! They saw snakes, bearded dragons, a parrot and even a chinchilla 🐍🦜🕷️
Thousands turn out for Pelsall Carnival as it marks 50th birthday | Express & Star! 🦁🦁
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What an amazing day we’ve had at Pelsall carnival (official). We were awarded second place for our Lion King float and had an amazing time with staff decorating the lorry and the children singing 🦁🦁🦁🦁
The sun was shining this afternoon, thank you to all family and friends who supported the summer fayre this afternoon 🎠🎟️ Wendy Morton MP Walsall FC Foundation
Our Summer Fayre is only two days away! Come and join us for an afternoon of fun with family and friends 🎫
Reception Children had an exciting start to their week, having the opportunity to talk to the fire service. West Midlands Fire Service
Don't forget it's non uniform this Friday, donations for the tombola will be collected on the playground by Friends of Ryder's Hayes.
It's still not too late to have a stall email [email protected]
Today our Reception class had some special visitors, local officers visited school to speak with children about the role of an officer and keeping safe. The children had lots of questions and really enjoyed the afternoon. Walsall Police
Today we hosted NED’s Mindset Mission with Rocco visiting our school and sharing that we need a positive Mindset for learning and life! Children have learnt about having a growth mindset from YET the Yeti, Captain Kindly and during NED’s visit on the spaceship!
Day 4 at Edgmond Hall:
Another fantastic day where the children have enjoyed some fantastic activities. We have all enjoyed a walk around the village and local church to find out more about the history of the village of Edgmond. The children asked some fantastic and were able to make lots of links with work that we have done back at school in our history and geography lessons. We also did a spot of drawing outside the church to practise our art skills.
Teams A and B have also enjoyed games of tag archery and completed teamwork games, testing their communication and problem-solving skills.
Teams C and D loved den building and making fires. Each team used their teamwork skills to build a solid waterproof shelter and a small campfire- some were more successful than others!
This evening we had fun completing a treasure hunt and a visit to the souvenir shop.
Year 6 have all had a great time and are looking forward to telling their families and friends all about their week away.
A spikey encounter in Nursery....: Happy Hedgehogs Day!
In Nursery, today our wonderful children and staff have experienced an exciting Educational Wildlife workshop delivered by Andy and Hannah, Primary School Teachers who work with the British Wildlife Rescue Centre.
The workshop was an exciting learning experience that was brought to life with a prickly hedgehog interaction!
Whilst educating our next generation of wildlife lovers, the workshop has helped to raise vital funds for The British Wildlife Rescue Centre - helping them to rehabilitate our local wildlife at their hospital in Sandon.
The children all enjoyed listening to a story with a rescued hedgehog from the British Wildlife Rescue Centre, along with lots of creative learning activities, including making a clay hedgehog model.
Exciting news! Nursery Places Available...
We do still have a limited number of places available in our nursery for 3-4 year olds with 15 and 30 hour spaces available.
At Ryders Hayes, we provide a nurturing and stimulating environment for our young learners to grow and thrive.
If you are interested in enrolling your child in Nursery for September, please contact the School Office Team: [email protected] or call 01922 683008
Day 3 at Edgmond Hall:
Today we’ve enjoyed another fantastic, active day.
Groups B and D have all climbed the Wrekin and enjoyed the fantastic scenery and learning about the geology of the hill. They also enjoyed pond dipping and found some interesting pond life including an endangered crested newt which was safely returned back to its habitat.
Groups A and B enjoyed learning how to fence and practised their digital photography skills along with a blindfolded team work game.
This evening we had a campfire and sang some great campfire songs as well as a few Lion King songs.
We are all looking forward to a good night’s sleep and tomorrow’s activities.
Day 2 at Edgmond Hall:
It started off as a wet morning but we braved the rain and splashed in the puddles. However, it wasn’t long before the rain soon cleared and we enjoyed a sunny afternoon and evening.
Well done to teams A and C who ALL walked to the top of the Wrekin. A challenging walk at times but everyone made it to the top and felt a real sense of achievement. They also went pond dipping and loved identifying the wildlife and finding out about a pond habitat.
Groups B and D enjoyed a walk around the village to practise their digital photography skills and competed in fun games of archery.
On the evening, we all played a very competitive game of kick ball rounders. Group C were victorious!
All the children had a great day and have worked so well together, showing friendship and teamwork and making all the staff very proud.
Yesterday some of Y6 had an amazing day doing ‘in’ school activities. Clay faces, natural art pictures, and team-building activities got very competitive !!!!!!
Good morning, looking at the volume of rain that has already fallen today and the forecast of thunderstorms through the day we have taken the decision to cancel sports day this afternoon for Y1 and Y2.
We appreciate the rain may stop however the ground and site will still be slippy and wet. If we can reschedule the event we will let you know in the coming week or else the event will take place in children's PE lessons.
Thank you for your understanding.
A little update from Edgmond Hall
We have settled into routines and made our own beds
Enjoyed a yummy pizza for lunch and sausages and mash for tea.
We have been on a woodland walk and made dens and lit fires or played archery tag and worked well with our teammates with team building games.
Tonight we are going to be orienteering as our final activity before supper and bedtime.
Although the earth is often called the blue planet, out of all the water on the planet there is less than 1% accessible fresh water for us to use.
Follow the link to find a number of ways to save water:
Summer Fayre - Friday 7th July 🎡🎢🎠
The sun is shining and we are excited that one of the biggest days in the school calendar is fast approaching, Friends of Ryders Hayes wish to invite all families and friends to the summer fayre on Friday 7th July from 3:45 until 6pm.
It will be a fantastic afternoon with stall holders, large inflatables, food, drinks, tombola and ice cream.
There is still availability for stall holders and we are seeking a face painter too, all enquiries to [email protected]
This week the allotment at Ryders Hayes was awarded the
highest School Gardening Award Level by the Royal
Horticultural Society (RHS) at Level 5.
This acknowledges the hard work of the volunteers who
have worked hard to ensure that this project is a success.
The volunteers made up of grandparents, Rotary Club
members, parents and community members has made this
project not only possible but a success, and we must say a
massive thank you for all the hours they dedicate.
The award acknowledges the hard work that the children
who have been part of the project, the award highlights
that children are able to talk enthusiastically about the
allotment and inform others of the plants we have growing
and any projects or activities that are underway, for
example our new initiative to support bio diversity by
creating a wild meadow. The award also acknowledges that
children can demonstrate what gardening skills they have
learnt and passed onto others in school. It acknowledges
that volunteers from the school community have offered and delivered gardening skills to the
children, and that the allotment is used as much as possible and has plans to be sustainable.
RHS Campaign for School Gardening
Further Update Kidzania
After a toilet stop, our estimated time back at school is now 7:30pm. Children have had a fantastic day and behaved exceptionally.
Please be at school for 7:30pm to collect your child.
Children have had a fantastic day at Kidzania.
They are now on their way back and the estimated time back in school at the moment is 7pm (traffic dependent).
We will send a further ParentMail when closer to school 🏫
Year 5 are very excited to have safely arrived at Kidszania London for a day of adventures!
At Ryders Hayes we believe that music plays a valuable role in a child’s education!
Music is an important part of school life at Ryders Hayes and we are proud of our music curriculum and the opportunities given to all children to engage in a wide range of high quality musical experiences.
Here are just a few sound clips of some of our instrumentalists performing. Can you guess the songs?
Pupils at Ryders Hayes will join thousands of children across the UK to celebrate the benefits of exercise during Walk to School Week (15- 19 May 2023).
Walk to School Week is organised by Living Streets, the UK charity for everyday walking as part of their National Walking Month campaign each May.
Families are encouraged to walk, wheel, cycle, scoot or ‘Park and Stride’ for the whole week to see the big differences that come from small steps, from healthier and happier children to fewer cars outside the school gates.
Children will receive an activity diary to complete during the week.
UNICEF created the Rights Respecting Schools accreditation scheme to acknowledge schools that are committed to putting the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child at the centre of the school ethos.
At Ryders Hayes, we are proud to incorporate the convention into the very fabric of the school to enable us to improve every child’s well-being, encourage their talents and abilities, to realise each child’s potential and to equip each child to become rights-respecting citizens in their own right. Everyone, including staff and pupils, promotes the rights of children but we also instill in the children that rights also come with responsibility. The school has the expectation that each pupil takes their responsibilities as young citizens seriously.
Children (and staff) are having so much fun celebrating the King Charles III Coronation 👑
Today we are celebrating the King's Coronation👑Starting with a whole school assembly with the Ryders Hayes band playing the national anthem and a visit from Wendy Morton MP
Young carers do so much to support their loved ones, and they often develop an amazing set of skills along the way. They can be incredibly mature, compassionate, and responsible, but they can also face challenges as a result of their caring roles.
Try these stormbreaks to support your childrens’ mental health through movement, and to help build their resilience, self-care strategies, understanding of relationships, self-worth and hope and optimism.
These stormbreaks have been developed in partnership with MYTIME Young Carers Charity. MYTIME exists to level the playing field for young carers of ages 5-25, by providing them with the support, opportunities and friendship that every child needs.
Check out Stormbreak Video at: https://youtu.be/-i0_hNcLblY
What a fantastic day our Reception children had at Hoo Zoo! They've seen farm animals, meerkats, owls, and even dinosaurs too 🦕🦖
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This week we were very excited to welcome Sonia Sabri Dance Company, professional dance artists, to our school to work with children in Year 3 & 4 to perform the art form of miniature paintings from India and Persia through dynamic dance, colourful costumes and larger than life animal puppets!
The children in KS2 were treated to a performing peacock dance in their classrooms before an interactive performance in the hall. No words were used, but colour, drama, music and expression to tell the story which made us feel excited, happy, sad and surprised at times. All of the children enjoyed the performance and we enjoyed welcoming Sonia Sabri Dance Company to Ryders Hayes.
Happy Easter from Ryders 🐣 Hope you all have a wonderful Easter break!
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