News and Events                                                     

Here you can find out about all the interesting things that have been happening at Ladypool Primary School.     

NSPCC Schools service 

We had a very successful workshop delivered to our Year 5 and 6 students by representatives from the NSPCC Schools Service. Here is the feedback we received about the session:

"Thank you so much for allowing us to deliver the speak out stay safe programme in school.

The children were exceptionally well behaved. They were so polite and had lovely manners, please thank them for me."


Congratulations to our Year 4 team who took part in a 'Maths Challenge' at King Edwards Boys School, Edgbaston on Friday. Sixteen Schools took part and our four mathematicians came second! Well done on a great achievement and for representing your school so well.

Ladypool's Got talent 2017

June has been a month of sharing talent with our annual 'Ladypool's Got Talent' competition taking place.  After class heats and some closely fought semi finals, where we saw a diverse range of talents from art  to Lego making and football skills on display; we had our 10 finalists perform on a very hot afternoon to the whole school. We had a mix of talents from both KS1 and 2 and even a wild card entrant from Nursery who had wowed the semi final judges and audience alike when he did an impromptu dance routine to one of the other contestants music! 
After an afternoon which showed just how much talent we have, our 5 judges chose a group of acrobats from Year 4 to be our over all winners. Well done to Wissam, Aisha and Nur on impressing judges and audience alike with your skills and polished performance! 

Year 5 visit to Shakespeare's birth place

33 children from Year 5 visited The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust in Stratford Upon Avon and took part in a range of hands on activities including making a seal and writing with a quill. The children are training to become ' guides for the day' at this world famous tourist site and observed other guides. They discovered a wealth of information about Shakespeare's life and home. 
Over the next week they will be learning specific information about, the house where Shakespeare was born and 'New Place' - the site where he bought a house with his wife Ann Hathaway.   Next Thursday 9th March, the whole of Year 4,5 & 6 plus parents of the young guides,  will travel to Stratford and will be shown around by the guides.
This is an exciting project which we are delighted to be a part of and look forward to the children using their new and existing knowledge in such an interesting way. 

Mrs Grandison and ms adeena read a story to us in English and urdu

Practising our signing before the event

The final event with the firefighters