We make the children feel valued and unafraid to 'have a go'The teachers make lessons fun.Inky's Good Learner values help us to be the best that we can be.It's good to know your child is in safe hands.I love coming to school because the people are really smiley.The parents and children love the traditional events.We are proud of our school and it's achievements.The team of staff work enthusiastically to create a wide and varied curriculum.The school has a wide range of after school clubs.We feel proud of work.

Friends of Inkberrow Primary

Alice in Wonderland comes to Inkberrow 20th June to 27th June 2020

Get crafting or drawing/colouring in our fun competitions or scroll down to find lots of other colouring sheets and other activities you can complete over the week.

For each activity you do we suggest you give us a £1 donation via https://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/foip/


Mad Hatter’s ‘Make a Crazy Hat' Competition

 Design and make your own crazy hat to wear at your Mad Hatter’s Tea Party on Saturday 27th June

See the pictures below for inspiration and this Youtube video on making a cardboard top hat will give you great tips; https://youtu.be/ndGWaSzT0Ic

Once you have made your hat send a picture of yourself wearing it to [email protected] 

 

Teacup Drawing and/or Colouring Competition

Either draw your own 'Alice in Wonderland' teacup or print out one of our tea cup colouring sheets below and do your best colouring.
If you want to, mount it or frame the picture to make it look extra special.

Once you have coloured it in send it to [email protected]

We would like to suggest a donation of £1 for each competition entry - this can be made at: https://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/foip/

For both competitions there are three age categories with the chance to win a prize if you are judged to have made the best hat or completed the best colouring in that category:
Reception & Year 1; Year 2 & Year 3 and Year 4 & Year 5

The closing date for entries for both competitions is 12 midday on 25th June

Online Summer Raffle

Cost: £2 per number and we have 400 numbers to sell. You can buy as many numbers as you wish.

How to take part: 

  • Go to our Charity page on easyfundraising: https://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/foip/  (If you have not yet created an account with Easyfundraising then you will be asked to do so before you donate) and pay by pressing 'Give a donation' - you can leave a message there to say the donation is for raffle tickets.
  • Once you have donated you will receive a thank you message via email. Please forward this email to along with your request for numbers to our email address: [email protected].
  • We will then email back your numbers. You can request specific numbers although if they have already been allocated you will automatically be given the closest numbers that are still available.

 

We will use an online random number generator to pick our winners and announce them via a Facebook Live event on 3pm Saturday 27th June - the afternoon when you should be sitting down to your Mad Hatter Tea Parties.

First Prize; Family Food and Drink hamper
Second & Third Prizes: Drinks Hampers
Fourth & Fifth Prizes: S
tay-at-home movie night hampers.

All of these prize hampers are being put together thanks to a generous cash donation from Simon Thomas of Thomas Brothers Funeral Directors.

Sixth Prize: Two Wood-fired Pizzas donated by the Bulls Head
Seventh Prize; A Cream Tea gift box donated by Just Wright Catering
 Eighth Prize: 12 'Alice in Wonderland' themed cupcakes donated by Hel's Cakes and Bakes

FOIP is Registered with Wychavon D.C (14/03023/LOTLIC) under the Gambling Act 2005 Registered Charity No. 1113538

Good Luck to all of you and thanks for your support.

 

Who we are!

 

The Friends of Inkberrow Primary (FOIP) group is the school’s Parent Teacher Association (PTA). Having a Friends Association means that anyone that wishes to support the school whether they are parents, grandparents, staff or members of the wider community can join us.

We exist to support the school community and to make the experience of school that bit extra special either through social events or the educational materials and playground equipment that our fundraising provides. Our recent fundraising has meant that the school has been able to buy a media and sound system for the hall, a one-mile running track, garden furniture, laptops, maths resources, items for lunchtime play activities and books.

Some of our team have specific roles as officers and they form the FOIP committee but we always need other active members. We have meetings that take place at school, at each other’s houses during the day and sometimes in a local pub in the evening. We also now have the obligatory WhatsApp group so everyone feels connected whether or not they attended the latest meeting.

The current members of the Committee who are also are charitable trustees:

Chair: Karen Uppal 
Joint Vice Chairs: Kelly Prosser & Debbie Besent  
Treasurer: Luci Overington 
Secretary: Claire Casey

We have a regular slot in the school’s weekly newsletter (you can find copies of these under the Newsletter pencil on the website), which will keep you up to date with our latest activities, and there will be requests over the course of the year for stuff like donations for tombola prizes and for extra help at events. We particularly need this at our biggest event of the year, the summer fete. Of course, the main thing we hope you will do is attend the events and enjoy them with friends and family!

You will find details of our events via the school calendar on the website and also on our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/FriendsofInkberrowPrimary/). If you have feedback about events or ideas of new events please do get in touch. 

Please do come and join us and have fun helping the school.

Karen Uppal and all the FOIFS committee
[email protected]

Inkberrow Primary School Virtual Sports & Fitness Week 2020

Here's a taster of the activities you can have a go at 1st June - 5th June Monday to Friday in the Inkberrow Primary School Virtual Sports and Fitness Week. New activities will be shared each morning on our Facebook page and here on our web page. We hope you all have a go!

Welcome to Inkberrow Primary School's Virtual Fitness & Sports Week

Day One is Get Moving Day Andrea Goode, assisted by her daughter, Emma, is demonstrating five exercises to get you moving so why not give them a try.

If you want some more fitness inspiration why not check out:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist…
https://www.youtube.com/user/thebodycoach1
https://www.gonoodle.com/

Emma joins her Mum to complete the exercises.

Day 2 of Inkberrow Primary School Sports & Fitness Week Miss Fowler gives you a cheerleading session with the help of Jess and Izzy Nock.

We would love it if you could share pictures of yourselves taking part in any of the activities you complete this week!

If you like dancing why not check out Oti Mabusi's Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC58aowNEXHHnflR_5YTtP4g
There are good routines for little ones on here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcdwLMPsaU2ezNSJU1nFoBQ

Day 3 of Inkberrow Primary School's Fitness & Sports Weeks and it's our Football Day.
There are four videos showing football drills you can do at home.

Inkberrow FC has both Inkberrow Eagles Boys and Girls Teams as well as a development squad. Organised grassroots football is currently suspended but there is plenty you can practise at home and in the park.

We would love it if you could share pictures of yourselves taking part in any of the activities you complete this week!

Inkberrow Eagles boys and girls are looking for more players so if you haven't yet given football a try look out for news when training can start again and get your parents to contact the local club so you can get involved.

Got to: http://www.inkberrowfc.co.uk/
https://www.facebook.com/sportingclubinkberrowfc/
https://www.facebook.com/InkberrowEagleFCGirls

 

Day 4 of Inkberrow Primary School's Sports & Fitness Week and we have 26 Exercise Challenges all representing a letter.

So why not do the exercises that spell out your name?!

After all that exercising having a proper stretch is really important so you look after your muscles properly. Follow Andrea Goode as she shows you how with commentary from her daughter Emma. Then Emma has a go with her Mum too.

If you want more great stretches and yoga moves try Cosmic Kids Yoga: https://www.youtube.com/user/CosmicKidsYoga

It's the final day of Inkberrow Primary School's Fitness & Sports week and as it's Friday it has to be cricket. Stuart Freeman, head of Junior Cricket at Inkberrow Cricket Club takes you through some cricket drills you can do at home.
 
To keep in touch with the club so you know when it will open again the links are: https://inkberrow.play-cricket.com/
https://www.facebook.com/inkberrowcricket/ - the Facebook page also has other cricket drills from Stuart.
 
Don't forget Inkberrow also has a thriving tennis club. This has now been allowed to open in a limited way if you want to book a court (non-members can do so and donate to NHS charities) go to: https://clubspark.lta.org.uk/Inkberrowtennisclub
Club news and its Facebook page features play at home ideas and latest news: https://www.facebook.com/groups/149951988384426/.