A Busy January at Nansen Primary School

There is always something exciting going on at Nansen Primary School, and this January has been no different.

Both through a partnership with Unicef and recent work around the book “Only One You” by Linda Kranz we are reminded that all children have the right to find things out and say what they think. During January children expressed themselves by producing some wonderful pieces of artwork celebrating how unique they were. Our creative explorers have come up with really exciting artwork for Nansen’s art gallery.


Class 5W created a very heart-warming assembly for their parents and their school house showing just they “There is only one you!”


Year 6 had a great day at the Black Country Museum, despite freezing weather! They learnt all about life in the Victorian times and how The Black Country was the birthplace of the industrial revolution


Nansen had a special visitor in school this January, Mr Reddy from SenseofNumber who showed our children how to use concrete apparatus to understand the process behind converting improper fractions to mixed numbers!

The school also had a full CPD aimed to help our children learn Maths in a fun and exciting way! Mathematical structures and relationships are key!!


You can find out more about Nansen Primary School on their website: http://www.nansenprimaryschool.co.uk