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Worcesters’ Sports Event
As part of our healthy lifestyles campaign, Worcesters held a Sport Event after school.
The aim of the event was to encourage parents and children to take part in taster sessions of different sports, dance and fitness activities. The free sporting activities were provided by staff and local sports clubs who had been invited along.
The event was a huge success and feedback from parents has been very positive. A grand total of £859.00 was raised from the event which will be put towards a defibrillator for the school.
Worcesters Primary School Expansion
Bridge House Carol Service
Children from Key Stage 2 who are in the choir entertained the residents at Bridge House again this Christmas, singing a range of carols and Christmas songs. They also performed in a carol service one evening at Forty Hall with another local school.
News from our year groups
The children have settled all settled very well into Nursery and take part in a wide range of activities. The enjoy looking after the chicken and rabbits and regularly go to the school kitchen to ask if there are any vegetables left for them to eat. Mr Lane enjoys having the eggs for breakfast! The children sang Christmas songs to their parents and dressed up in festive colours.
The children in Reception have settled well, they took part in story telling activities with a local author. They enjoyed performing to their parents in their interpretation of the nativity called ‘Angel Express’.
The children in Year 1 walked to Forty Hall Church in December as part of their work in RE. The Reverand Ian Croft told the children the Christian story of the Nativity as well as showing us around the church. Year 1 had a chance to ask Reverand Croft questions and listen to him play the church organ.
Children in Year 2 re-enacted the Great Fire of London by building Tudor houses and then setting them alight on the school field. Their Christmas production of ‘Dick Whittington’ was enjoyed by all.
All the children in Year 3 have enjoyed learning to play the recorder this term; they performed to their parents to show their hard work.
Year 4 took part in ‘Enabling Enterprises’ a project that had them all dressed up a space men. They worked together in groups to design space age towns
Some of the pupils took part in Bikeability training in November, they all successfully passed level 1 training and will have the opportunity to do level 2 later this year. All of the children walked to Tottenham Hotspurs training grounds in October to take part in activities with American footballers.
The children in Year 6 visited Duxford as part of their work on World War 2. In September some of the children went away for 5 days on a residential trip. They enjoyed taking part in a range of outdoor challenges, including the ‘Leap of Faith’. The children who did not go to Kingswood took part in various activities including a day at Tolmers Camp where they took part in kayaking. To say than you to our local residents some children from Year 6 delivered poinsettias at Christmas
London Policing Plan – 14th November 2015
The ducklings have arrived. Our duck became a proud mummy to 9 baby ducklings last week. It was a wonderful sight to see her take them safely to the river. Thank you to all the children who stayed away from her nest to allow her some peace! this space for more updates!
The school is taking part in a number of ‘Bike It’ activities, a coffee morning has been held for parents and we had a ‘Bling your Bike’ day where children were encouraged to ride or cycle to school on bikes that they had decorated. Bikes and awards were given out in an assembly at the end of the day. More events are planned.