Well done to all the children who ran an amazing race, on a tricky course, last night at Aldon Hill. You can feel very proud of yourselves. In the Year 3/4 boys race we had someone finish inside the top 10 which is amazing ,considering over 170 boys ran the… Read more »
Some of the girls in Year 5 and 6 were lucky enough to visit Bruton School for Girls for a “Girls in Science” Day. They had a wonderful day with sessions in all three sciences of physics, chemistry and biology. A report written by the girls will follow soon but have… Read more »
This week saw the introduction of house points at All Saints. The children have been working extremely hard to earn points for their team and are enjoying filling their jars in the classrooms. Well done to the children in Sea King for winning this week. I wonder who will win… Read more »
The school was very colourful on Thursday as staff and pupils dressed up to celebrate World Book Day. We enjoyed lots of different book related activities, including Year 6 reading with their Acorn buddies.
Thank you to everyone who sent in donations for the money snake. We created the neatest snake ever with our rows of coins, and Mr Flynn did a great job measuring how long it was at the end! We managed to create a snake which was 214m long, and worth… Read more »
The children thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity of experiencing different sports at Westfield School yesterday. Sports included New-Age Kurling, Archery and Seated Volleyball to name but a few.
The children have been focussing on the theme of ‘Remembrance’ throughout this week. They have studied the history of the poppy, considered the significance of the 11th November, as well as creating poems and wreaths which reflect the message of ‘Remembrance’. At 11:00am the whole school congregated in a circle on the… Read more »
Well done to everybody who took part in the Instrumental Music Concert on Thursday 17th March. It was fantastic to see so many children enjoying performing to an audience, we are very proud of everybody who took part.
On Wednesday 2nd March, the whole school came together in the hall to try to make the longest money snake from copper and silver coins. The children estimated how long the money snake was and how much money the snake contained. Mrs Leiter did an amazing job of measuring the money… Read more »
A giant beanstalk has appeared in the library! Jack and his cow are helping the children to complete 7 challenges set by the giant. Friday 4th March – The giant has arrived to check everyone has completed their World Book Day challenges!