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Caldmore Primary Academy, Carless Street, Walsall, WS1 3RH

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Dance club meets every Thursday 3.30pm – 4.30pm.

We dance lots of different dance styles including:

Hip hop, Bollywood, Disco, Rock and Roll and Cheerdance.

On Thursday 8th March we attended a dance festival at Forest Arts along with a number of other local primary schools.

Our dancers learnt a new hip hop style dance with Pheasey Park Farm School which was showcased later in the day along with our own arrangement.

The dancers enjoyed the day – even though the time passed far too quickly!

Film Club is on a Monday Lunchtime for Years 3 and 4.

We watch a variety of different films and discuss the features and our own preferences.

After each film, we create a film review to recommend our favourites to other children our age.

 

Forest school club is for KS2 children and takes place in the community gardens.

We look at the wildlife and plants in the area.

Children use a variety of tools including knives, shears, bill hooks and mallets to make things using wood and materials found in the garden.

We talk about fire safety and light a fire to cook on.

We also build dens and learn what knots we can use to make it stay up.

The Choir at the Academy Transformation Trust Pupil Awards

Caldmore Academy choir was set up in January 2017 and is for KS2 pupils. Each  year every pupil has to audition by singing on their own and then 45 pupils are selected. Choir rehearse every Thursday in the dance studio. In the last 12 months choir have taken part in the Walsall Singing Festival, have performed at Christmas and Summer Concerts in school, sang at the Academy Pupil Awards in Birmingham and took part in the Rocktastic Christmas Concert at Forest Arts in December.

Walsall Football Club coaches provide Caldmore Primary Academy with a full sports curriculum during the day for each year group.  After school clubs take place on a Tuesday and Wednesday with group games including Netball, Basketball, Dodgeball and Cricket.

Debating club is run by Mrs J every Monday lunchtime.  Year 5 and 6 are invited to join and debate about lots of different subjects chosen by the children.

Mrs Mitchell runs a club for children to play games.  The club allows the invited children to enhance their sharing and turn-taking skills.