Find Me


Posted by bpsmrmurphy | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on October 2, 2023

Find Me

The boy rubbed the rusty key in his palm. Which door in this old, rambling manor house did it open? he wondered.

It had been three weeks now since his mother had taken on the job of housekeeper at Pensfort Manor and the Victorian mansion had become their home.  The owners were away travelling in Europe, leaving the housekeeper and her only son to explore the oak-floored corridors, grand staircases and expensively furnished rooms alone.

His mother was a hardworking and trustworthy woman who took on the role of housekeeper with commitment and dedication. After the death of her husband in the Great War, she had worried about supporting herself and her son financially.  The position at Pensfort Manor had come up at just the right time; she wasn’t going to lose it, if she could help it.  The boy, a dark-haired, energetic nine-year-old, had been delighted to find himself free to roam the many formal gardens, orchards and wildernesses surrounding the Manor and play to his heart’s content within the walls of the ambling house.

Still clutching the mysterious key – which he had found in a drawer in a mahogany sideboard – the boy wandered from room to room, pondering the impressive paintings with elaborate gilt frames. There were fewer pieces of furniture in these rooms, and those few pieces left were covered in sheets, or thick with dust.  Someone tapped him on the back – it was a delicate touch, more that of a child than an adult, but surely not his mother’s? There it was again, a gentle prod, undoubtedly real, for he felt fingernails pierce his shirt.

He spun around to face a portrait of a girl standing beside a piano – she had flowing golden locks, wide blue eyes, but a sad pale face full of loneliness. In the background of the painting was a decaying oak door with a rusting lock…

The girl moved! He could swear it. She seemed to be pointing at his hand – why? He spread out his palm: of course, the key! She smiled but her eyes were bulging with hunger as she beckoned him to come forward. The girl pointed eagerly to the lock in the door behind her. Hypnotically, the boy slid the key towards it and a huge wave of light flooded out of the painting, engulfing him.

“Son?” his mother called to him. No response.  “Son?” Frantically she searched every inch of the house before she remembered the deserted corridor of rooms the owners of the house had told her not to disturb. Her heart pounded as she retraced the boy’s boot prints on the dusty floorboards. On entering the room, her eyes followed the footprints leading curiously up to the gloomy picture of the girl. She recoiled in horror as her eyes took in the scene before her. The girl’s pale hand rested triumphantly on the shoulder of a new companion, one that was not meant to be there… her son.

Links to useful websites!


Posted by bpsmrmurphy | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on September 29, 2023,regulated%20by%20their%20surrounding%20temperature.

First Connect Three – Nrich


Posted by bpsmrmurphy | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on September 22, 2023


Here’s the link to play the First Connect Three game we played in maths (Mr M’s group).

You can change the settings to either play against the computer or a friend.

Good luck!

Homework Week 3


Posted by bpsmrmurphy | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on September 22, 2023

This week’s homework is to write a book review – take a look at the instructions above!


Also, take a look at the Prime Numbers Rap video (post below) and create a poster to help you remember the prime numbers to 100 and what makes a prime number.

Prime Numbers rap


Posted by bpsmrmurphy | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on September 20, 2023

Click the link to watch the Prime Numbers Rap.

Is your front door number prime or not? How do you know.

Homework for Week 2!


Posted by bpsmrmurphy | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on September 13, 2023

Hi Year 6!

Here’s your homework for this week! It’s due in on the

Just in case the QR code doesn’t work for you, here’s the direct link to the website:

We’re really looking forward to seeing what you produce! It’s due in on the 21st September!

Year 6 Performance


Posted by bpsmrmorris | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on July 22, 2023

Homework for Week Beginning 16th January 2023


Posted by bpsmrmurphy | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on January 16, 2023

Homework slip wb 2 16.01.23

Congratulations Bearwood Crew


Posted by bpsmrmorris | Posted in Uncategorized, video | Posted on July 7, 2022

Congratulations to the Bearwood Crew Dance Club. This year, you have worked really hard and Mrs Sibley is very proud of you. Please take a look at the videos of our most recent performances.

The first was originally performed at the Walsall Arts Centre and the second one is a performance of the routines we have worked throughout the year at Dance Club. Well done!

We welcome all parents to the Year 6 performances of Finding Nemo!


Posted by bpsmrdavies | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on July 7, 2022

Wednesday 13th July for 6D and Thursday 14th July for 6M. Both start at 9AM.

See you all in the main school hall at Bearwood Primary.

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