Welcome to Tudor Grange Primary Academy St James

RT @SolSchNurses: As school nurses we get a lot of requests for sleep support in children and young people, especially with the current cli…

Where do you think God is?

Children in reception and nursery aren’t afraid of asking the big questions in life!

TTRockstars #MWE2020 And the winning class is ......... Year 5 Congratulations to Jeevan Y6, Pavan Y4, Zakariya Y… https://t.co/rTLt9BNLNf

#MWE2020 Our four individual winners from Y3 - Y6 are pictured below rocking out! The overall winning class with m… https://t.co/GA52un42yi

TTRockstars Maths Week England 2020 Rock Out! Lots of great times tables work was happening ......... #MWE2020

#ChildrenInNeed So far an amazing £276 has been raised for Children In Need 2020. Thank you to all those parents w… https://t.co/MIq5MCb0Ak

Our brilliant Y3s also worked on NRich Four Colours Challenge today. Were they successful? Yes! All six faces show… https://t.co/sNChi9Rel6

We have seen and heard some wonderful acts of kindness across school today - what are you going to do to make the w… https://t.co/IsQ3kG5e6L

RT @CBeebiesHQ: Happy Diwali 🎆 Mr Tumble will be celebrating #Diwali with all our friends this Saturday at 9am 🎉 We hope all of you celeb…

Maths Week England again! Y3 had great ideas for the NRich Four Triangles Puzzle today. #MWE2020

Year 4 have been hugely resilient working on our maths challenges. What fantastic explanations from this brilliant… https://t.co/tSvOufYdND

Non School Uniform day tomorrow for Children in Need. Children can wear casual clothes and bring £1.… https://t.co/2XWMoiFlVG

Mrs Luckhurst looks like she’s enjoying her first day of Forest School Leader training! 🌲 🔥 🏕

Reception marked Remembrance Day today, by creating a class poppy painting on the classroom window. They used cut a… https://t.co/VOMK6zQpod

This morning, Y5 did a Daily 10 challenge working on our multiplication skills at part of Maths week!

RT @churchofengland: We invite you to light a candle in remembrance of those who have gone before us. May they rest in peace and rise in g…

Day 2 of our Rock Out and Y6 are in the lead so far... Big shout out to Jeevan, Pavan and Sartaaj!

#WeWillRememberThem Our silence ends with the reveille to awaken us from our quiet thoughts.

Thank Miss Ames for playing for us today #RemembranceDay

Year 6 fully focused as they work on Yohaku puzzles. Great maths happening today! #MWE20

Before half term our Year 5 pupils enjoyed some outside Science looking at the relationship between orbit times and… https://t.co/xhDzuj8gch

Year 1 have been creating some excellent 'Number bonds to 5' Snap Cards. A fantastic start to Maths Week England. T… https://t.co/Q9qswlqN1M

We hope you have all enjoyed your first week of the Positivity Project focusing on Mindfulness - we are all looking… https://t.co/1wp9bdUVtK

Ending the week with a fabulous Friday of firework food! 😋 🎇 🎆

Wraparound enjoyed hot chocolate and virtual fireworks this evening ☕️🎇🎆

St James' Harvest Festival 2020. We received an overwhelming amount of contributions from our families which have n… https://t.co/3pJwMRJy0j

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Miss. S DeakinThe academy opened in January 2013 and is sponsored by the outstanding Tudor Grange Academy, Solihull. Within a caring Christian ethos, Tudor Grange Primary Academy St James, aims to provide a safe and happy environment which allows every child the opportunity to fulfill their potential and make a valuable contribution to the academy and the wider community.

Tudor Grange Primary Academy St James is also sponsored by the Anglican Diocese of Birmingham, and is a Church of England school. We warmly invite prospective parents to visit the academy and look forward to welcoming you into our school.

Miss. S Deakin

Executive Principal for Primary

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