Meadow View JMI School News
The latest news stories from Meadow View JMI School.
- ACES Activity Camps
Play scheme opportunities for Birmingham families
- More summer opportunities
Free food based activities in Birmingham.
- Super Wiggles
Walsall’s FREE and fun 6 week healthy families club, Super Wiggles, is about to start.
Max Reekie (3F) has successfully competed in the Dance World Cup 2019 in Portugal, which is the largest dance competition in the world, with over 6000 dancers and 54 competing countries.
We are so pleased to report that Max won gold!
- Summer Activities - Walsall
Please find attached the Summer Booklet for 2019, this booklet have been designed and developed by a partnership of agencies across Walsall.
- Free Radio Breakfast
From 8am on the 26th June, the Free Radio Breakfast team will be broadcasting and recording from Meadow View. The team of Lovedev, Lauren and Jordan will be talking to the staff and pupils about their experiences at school and their fondest memories.
- Bikeability in Year 4
Walsall Council’s Road Safety Team is coming to school Friday 28th June to deliver the National Standard Bikeability Fix course to pupils of year 4.
- Bikeability in Year 6
Walsall Council’s Road Safety Team are coming to school on either 20th June/21st June or 8th July/9th July or 11th July/12th July to deliver the National Standard cycle training course, Bikeability, to the pupils of 6.
- The daily Mile
BBC WM wants YOUR school to ‘Get Moving!’- BBC Breakfast presenters Sam and Daz.
Here at Meadow View we are actively supporting the Daily Mile.
- Recycling batteries.
We have decided to launch a very exciting campaign called the Big Battery Hunt. The children have been challenged to find and collect as many batteries as possible, please help them do this.