Thank you to staff and parents for sending in fun ideas to recommend on this page - it must be really hard work visiting all these exciting places!
Next Gen Talent ID: 19th February 2020 - Open Trials Year 1 – Year 6
Academy De Skillz (ADS) would like to invite (boys) from your school in Year 1 to Year 6 to participate in the Next Gen Talent ID initiative, we are working in partnership with West Bromwich Albion FC to identify, nurture and develop local talent. The aim is to provide the opportunity for talented children to learn and play the game of football within a structured environment.
This is a unique opportunity for your child to impress in front of West Bromwich Albion FC scouts who will be assessing all the children. ADS have a rich tradition of identifying and nurturing local talent and this is an opportunity for talented footballers who may have been overlooked by traditional recruitment methods to showcase their abilities. Our coaches hold pre-requisite valid FA, DBS and Child Safeguarding Qualifications.
This is an open invitation for your son to attend the event and is free of charge; it will take place at Ormiston Academy, Hydes Road, Wednesbury, WS10 0DR on the 19th February 2020.
Year 1, Year 2 & Year 3
10:00 AM – 11:30AM
Year 4, Year 5,& Year 6
12:15PM – 13:45PM
We look forward to welcoming your child to the open trials, please wear appropriate football clothing, including football boots, indoor trainers and shinpads. The program will take place on a range of surfaces (indoor court, & grass pitches) weather permitting. You will need to also provide your own drinks to the session. Please confirm your attendance by texting the name, age and school year of your child to Naj on (07949-640026). Alternatively, to register email ‘Next Gen’ to email@example.com
17th September 2019
One Albion Disability Camp - The Streetly Academy
I would like to invite you/your child to attend our upcoming disability multi-sports camp at The Streetly Academy. A general camp day consists of fun and engaging multi-sports activities, such as football and teambuilding challenges delivered by our experienced and enthusiastic disability coaches. The camps aim to encourage social interaction and participation in a variety of fun and fully inclusive sports. Camps are available for children and adults of all abilities from age 8 years and above.
Please see the below details:
Date: Monday 28th October 2019
Venue: The Streetly Academy, Queslett Rd E, Sutton Coldfield B74 2EX
Age: 8+ (including adults)
Cost: Free to register
Please Note: All participants must bring suitable clothing, indoor and outdoor footwear, along with a packed lunch and plenty to drink.
To secure your free place, please visit our website and register via the link below and search ‘One Albion Disability Camp - The Streetly Academy’:
Disability Sports Coach
Fun French After School Club
St Mary's Church Hall
The class is suitable for ages 4 to 8 and runs from 4.10 to 4.50 every Thursday (term time).
Our focus is on fun language learning with lots of songs, games, drama and story-telling.
For girls aged seven to ten, our local Brownie group offers girls exciting opportunities to take on new challenges, make brilliant friends and discover the world around them.
We follow the Brownie Adventure programme in our unit meetings – we get adventurous, go to special events, day trips, sleepovers, camps and holidays. Brownies get the opportunity to make their own decisions, learn new hobbies, develop new skills and explore other culture.
OUT ON THE RANGE
Free Summer fun every Wednesday with the Park Ranger
Different sites and a variety of activities. Call: 0121 675 0937.
Activities starting 10.30am – 12.30
Butterfly Safari -26th July, meet Sarehole Mill car park B13 OBD.
Butterfly count! Help carry out a survey to monitor numbers, learn how to identify and care for butterfly
Plant Detectives - 2nd August; meet at Hazelwell Park play area, B30 2SG.
Walk along the river Rea. Are they flowers or weeds? How to identify wildflowers, folk lore and fun activities
for children along the way.
Bug Hunt - 9th August, The Dingles, meet at Tritiford road entrance B13 OEU, nr Our Lady of
It’s the small things that count! Let’s see how many bugs we can find in the wild places. Bug hunting.
River Dipping - 16th August, meet Sarehole Mill car park, B13 0BD, wear wellies!
Help survey the river, find out about the creatures that live in and near the river.
Teddy Bears Picnic - 23rd August –, meet Haunch lane entrance, Billesley Common B13 0PN.
Back by popular demand, Bring your bear and adult for a bear work out and lunch. Please bring your own
lunch, bear and adult.
Shelter building - 30th August, meet Cannon Hill, tea rooms B13 8RD
Can you build a waterproof shelter in the woods? Are you ready for this team challenge!?
Be prepared for the British weather!
Water, wellies, sunblock and hats!
Messy church update
Now the second Saturday of the month.
Big Sandwell garden bird watch
Learn your times tables!
Go to http://www.percyparker.com and YouTube for some catchy tunes that will make remembering your times tables a doddle! Thank you to Abigail in year 5 for the recommendation.
Air Space Trampoline Park - ASD session
Wolverhampton, last Sunday of every month, 7-9pm
£12 for 2 hour session, free access for one accompanying adult, free socks and refreshments!
Sessions are very popular, so book on 0845 0941 888 to avoid disappointment (www.air-space.co.uk)
The Castle has a wealth of history to be explored, with opportunities for everyone to touch and use some of the items they have on display.
Youngstars Community Hub
Youth club running a variety of activities throughout the week, as well as day trips to places like Wickstead park and Breen. Also offer a school holiday playscheme.
Contact 0121 439 409 or www.weareyoungstars.co.uk
Check out Aston Hall's website for LOTS of exciting events and activities for all ages...
Hatton Country Park
Thank you Millie Barton for this excellent recommendation for a day out full of fun, animals and beautiful surroundings.
The Wonderful World of Trains
Severn Valley Railway
See website for more details www.svr.co.uk
Black Country Living Museum
Bumble hole, Dudley
Severn Valley Country Park
Monday to Friday of the school holidays, 1pm.
'Pot of Gold' weekly support group
For children aged 6-11 who have experienced loss, through death or familly breakdown. 6.30pm - 8pm Mondays, beginning 7th March. Free of charge. Upper lounge of St John's church, Walmley. For further info email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The first Saturday of every month, 4pm-6pm. Come along and join in some family fun and enjoy a shared tea. As a family join in with messy activities and think about others and your own family. Most of all, spend a couple of hours with your family and have fun.
Lasting approximately one hour, departing from canal side behind the ICC.
Find out more about Soho House, Aston Hall, Sarehole Mill, Blakesley Hall and the Jewellery Quarter by searching online...
Tuesdays 10am - 12pm, Barney's Children's Centre.
Click here for more information.