On most Wednesdays our friends from The Baptist Church visit the school to deliver a short assembly based on a bible story. All the children thoroughly enjoy taking part in the short plays which always have a message to tell.
Some of our school choir sang at the Shrewsbury Christmas Festival in The Quarry. They also had the opportunity to sing with an adult choir which Mrs Boulton regularly sings with. It was a really muddy day so thank you to all the parents and carers who ventured out on a wet and windy day in December!
Some of our Key Stage 2 children helped to plant trees around the school grounds to enhance the Forest School environment. The National Trust are also assisting with the provison of Forest School resources. We appreciate the support from the Town Council in sourcing the trees and helping us to plant them.
Crowmoor was highly honoured to be the primary school asked to provide the three pupils to witness the historic swearing in of Shropshire's new High Sheriff, Mrs Christine Holmes JP, which occurred at Shrewsbury Crown Court over the Easter Holidays.The Office of High Sheriff dates back for over a 1,000 years ,the post holder upholds the peace and loyalty to the Crown.The ceremony was lead by The Honourable Mr Justice Haddon-Cave ,who commented on the presence of our pupils during the ceremony and made a point of talking individually to the three children after the ceremony.