Achievements

Birmingham Children's Hospital - Charity Champions

Pupils at Montgomery Primary Academy are this week’s Charity Champions after they took forty winks at school to raise over £500 towards Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity’s Eye Believe Appeal. The pupils, all part of the school’s Junior Leadership Team, collected sponsorship money before sleeping overnight at the school – but that wasn’t all. The team also organised a fantastic fundraising afternoon, with games, bake sales and a student talent show. 

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Montgomery Primary Academy Wins Award For Exceptional 2015 Results

Montgomery Primary Academy has been nationally recognised for its exceptional 2015 performance by the Schools, Students and Teachers network (SSAT). 



Sue Williamson, Chief Executive of SSAT said:

‘It’s my great pleasure to commend Montgomery Primary Academy on their excellent 2015 performance, and to have the opportunity to highlight and share their great work at the SSAT Educational Outcomes celebration event. I have the privilege of visiting a lot of schools and I am always impressed by the creativity of teachers in engaging and inspiring their students.

‘I hope that SSAT’s Educational Outcomes award will highlight the professionalism, commitment and hard work of the leaders, teachers and students at Montgomery Primary Academy. Recognising and sharing successes like this is at the heart of SSAT’s mission, so I’m delighted to congratulate Montgomery Primary Academy on their achievement.’



Monty Maths Success! (18/04/2016)

Montgomery came away victorious from an AET regional maths problem solving competition held at Percy Shurmer this week. The competing teams had to work together to solve a variety of problems involving all of their maths knowledge. Teams from Montgomery secured 4 of the top 5 places with the winning team going on to represent both the school and the region in the AET national finals in June. A huge well done goes out to all of the children who took part- they did the school proud.



Pupil Premium Awards 2016

Montgomery Primary Academy have won a local award in the Key Stage 2 category of the Pupil Premium Awards 2016. This celebrates that we have used our pupil premium funding in a highly effective way to improve the performance of disadvantaged pupils, including those who are currently or were previously looked after.



UNICEF UK Rights Respecting Schools Award (RRSA)

Montgomery Primary Academy has achieved the Recognition of Commitment as a Rights Respecting School and we are now working towards the  level 1 award. Please look at what we are doing in the new RRSA tab above.



Tennis Tournament Qualifiers 


Sport: 
Tennis

Venue: 
Billesley Tennis Centre

The 5 Montgomery Representatives triumphed in the Tennis tournament in the Central-Birmingham partnership. The commitment and determination from the training at lunch times was evident in their performance. In addition to this, they have qualified for a place in Sainsbury's School Summer Games Finals. Montgomery Primary Academy has progressed to qualifying for two finals this year. GO MONTGOMERY!



Para Football Qualifiers


Sport: 
Para Football Finalists

Venue: 
Aston Villa Football Club

The squad of 11 dominated the 7 a side Para Football group stages, and went on to battle their way through knockout stages. After some fierce competition they eventually lost in the semi finals but still reached a qualifying position and will be in the Finals on the 11th of February 2015.



Boys Football Win First Trophy of the Year


Sport: Boys 5-A-Side Football

Venue: Power League, Sedgemere

A big congratulations to the boys football team for winning Montgomery’s first trophy this year. After finishing runners up in the group stage the team went through to the knockout stages. A great performance when most teams there have been playing together since year 3 and the Montgomery boys only started in September. This didn’t stop the team and they put in some very impressive performances to reach the final against Mapledene. After a tense match with no one being able to dominate it finished 2-2, it was to be decided by penalties. Montgomery won by 1 after a great save by goal keeper Saif.



Girls 2nd Best Team in Birmingham


Sport: Girls 7-A-Side Football

Venue: Bodymoor Heath

An amazing season from the girls was capped off with a trip to Aston Villa training ground to play the final of the Tony Lewis Cup - a very prestigious tournament with all the best schools in Birmingham competing to win the trophy. The girls won 4 games to reach the final on two of the occasions scoring over 5 goals! Hopes were high leading into the match. Montgomery played a very strong St Martens team that boast two very good district players. The girls played well and battled to the end, however it was not to be their day, and St Martens ran out as 7-1 winners with top goal scorer Zara scoring Monty's only goal.



Girls Through To School Games Finals


Sport:
Hi-5 Netball

Venue:
Park View Academy

The girls netball team won the Hi-5 netball tournament for the Central-Birmingham partnership - securing Montgomery’s only place in the Sainsbury's School Games finals on the 11
th July. The girls dominated all the way through the tournament, winning their group, semi-final and final without conceding a single point.



Montgomery Cricket Through To County Finals


Sport:
Year 6 Kwik Cricket

Venue:
Moseley Ashfield Cricket Club

The team of 7 boys and 1 girl won the regional stage of the competition sending them through to compete against the best schools in Warwickshire. After being put into the toughest group, the team knew they had to play very well to stand a chance. They raised their game and with excellent bowling and fielding performances, they ended up winning the group comfortably to be sent straight through.



Manga High Awards - 03/12/2013


Year 5 students account of the day

Today, a man from Manga High came to our school. He told us who the top five children were who had got the most medals in Manga High. When the pupils went to the front he gave them a challenge which was all about squares and how many squares they are. When they did the challenge, the man told us that there is a new game on Manga High. A boy got to play the game and he came in second place. In the end the man told us about the people who made Manga High and told us about a boy who really loved maths and actually the boy was himself.

    
 
    
 
 
05/02/2013
This year 6SM took part in the AET Intergalactic Space Odyssey Challenge 2013 - AET Intergalactic Space Odyssey Challenge 2013 (PDF Document).
 
27/11/2012
We are pleased to announce that we have been given a 5 star rating by the Food Standards Agency for inspection of our school kitchen - Food Hygiene Rating (PDF Document).