Past school events
Harvest Festival - 10th and 11th October 2017
Each class took part in a Harvest Celebration with their phase group. (Green, Red or Blue.) The children had lots of fun singing songs and dancing. Here are a few photos to show our celebrations.
Fun afternoon - 20th July 2017
We had lots of people come and visit the school for our fun afternoon. There were stalls set up around the field with different activities on, such as 'cup pong', 'dress up as a miner', 'face painting', and 'food stalls'. The fire service brought their fire engine, and the ice cream man visited. Many thanks to everyone who came along and supported us. Over £750 was raised!!
Thank you afternoon - 13th July 2017
Sherbrook have many people help the school throughout the year. We took the opportunity to say 'thank you' to them by holding a 'Thank you' afternoon in the hall. The school choir performed, cards were given and drinks and cakes were served. It was lovely to see so many people attend.
Congratulations Bethany Butler: July 2017
Congratulations to Bethany Butler. Here she is receiving an award at the Grand Theatre for her environmental poster.
Dance Wiggle - 19th June 2017
The children and staff came to school wearing bright clothes. In the afternoon we had a disco and demonstrated how well we could dance and wiggle. We raised £66 towards Happy Days Children's charity. Well done everyone who took part.
Grand opening of the kitchen - 26th May 2017.
A big thank you to all the parents/carers that came to the kitchen opening and food tasting afternoon. We had a great turn out. Also thank you to Kerry and the kitchen team for all their hard work and preparation for the event.
World Autism Day - 3rd April 2017
Staff and children dressed in an item of blue clothing in support of World Autism Day. We raised £133.15. Thank you all for your support.
Red Nose Day - 24th March 2017
Staff and children came to school dressed in an item of red clothing in support of Red Nose Day. Classes took part in fun activities, and in the afternoon each Key Stage had a school disco in hall. We raised £107.10. Thank you all for your kind donations.
World Book Day - 2nd March 2017
The children enjoyed coming into school dressed up as their favourite book characters. The staff also joined in with the fun.
On Saturday 19th November Liam wowed the audience at St Thomas' church Fayre in Huntington by performing his own set of Christmas Carols and songs.
He sang beautifully and there wasn't a dry eye in sight, Well Done Liam you are a credit to the school and your family.
Armistice Day - Friday 11th November 2016
On Friday 11th November each class took poppies they had decorated and placed them around the tree in our quiet area. At 11am we were silent for a minute to remember the fallen and to honour the serving.
Hatching chicks - Tuesday 22nd March 2016
We were so excited when the eggs we had been incubating hatched and out popped some REAL Easter chicks! All the children in the school got to see the eggs before they hatched and the chicks afterwards. The children were amazed by the chicks and many of the children had an opportunity to stroke the chicks. A real 'hands-on' science activity! Now the children have a better understanding of the lifecycle of a chicken and have observed how they change and grow in a short space of time. This is an activity we hope to repeat again as all the children in the school (and the staff) got so much from it!
Sherbrook Easter church service at St Luke's Church Cannock - Tues 22nd March 2016
The whole school travelled down to St Luke's Church for their Easter service where the children sang, danced, read poems and prayers to mark the tradition of Easter. We hope the parents who could come along enjoyed the service. We were proud of the children for their performances.
Theatre trip to see The Gruffalo's Child for Key Stage One & complex needs classes - Friday 5th February 2016
Some of us went to Stafford Gatehouse Theatre to see The Gruffalo's Child. It was a lovely trip and we really enjoyed ourselves. We also did some work around the story before and after the trip to consolidate the story.
Sainsbury's gave us some books - Monday 11th January 2016
Heather the PR Ambassador from Sainsbury’s in Cannock visited school to present us with 30 copies of ‘Mog’s Christmas Calamity.’
Pupils from Blue 2 and Blue 3 were delighted to receive these books and enjoyed reading the story to Heather; she was very impressed with their storytelling!
A big thank-you to Sainsbury’s and Heather for this kind donation.
Santa visited Sherbrook - Thursday 17th December 2015
All of the children got to see Santa when he visited our school and they also received a gift from him. It was a magical experience for all and there were plenty of smiles.
Key Stage 2 trip to Stafford theatre to see the pantomine - Wednesday 16th December 2015
All of Key Stage 2 had a fabulous time at Stafford theatre to see the panto! The panto was 'Jack and the beanstalk - The rock 'n' roll panto'. The children really enjoyed the show and dancing along to the music.
Carol service at St Luke's Church - Monday 14th December
We walked down to St Luke's Church in Cannock for a Christmas Carol service led by Reverend Alex. Here we sang some Christmas Carols and some children did a reading. We were so proud of those who read and sang at the front and also all the children for behaving well and joining in. Each class made Christingles which we brought to the alter to be lit by Reverend Alex. We were told the story of the nativity by Reverend Alex. It was a lovely service which helped us to remember the true meaning of Christmas.
Christmas jumper day - Friday 11th December 2015
The children and staff too enjoyed wearing their favourite Christmas knits for our annual Christmas jumper day. Everyone looked very festive and it really got us into the Christmas spirit!
Here is a picture of all the staff in their Christmas jumpers:
Sherbrook's Prince of Wales show 2015 - Tuesday 8th December 2015
We hope the parents all enjoyed our annual school show at the Prince of Wales theatre in Cannock. The theme this year was 'Musicals' and each class did a dance/song/acting linked to a famous musical. We had music from The Lion King, Oliver, The Blues Brothers and Chitty Chitty Bang bang to name just a few of the musicals we performed to. Thanks to parents for providing costumes and some very talented teaching assistants in school for making the props! Big well done to the children who were all superstars!