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 »
Wow! what amazing homework you have done. Well done! All the ideas are so different and you worked so hard. Take a look at some of the photos.
Class 3 have been working really hard on their creative homework. I have been amazed at the different ways the children decided to present their Stonehenge projects, from baking to Lego, to a carved pumpkin, to even a glow in the dark Stonehenge. Well done Class 3 Hope you have… 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!
We collected items around the Forest Area, to make a picture. We worked as part of a team. It is called transient art because it won’t stay forever. The wind might blow it away, the wind might rip the paper, birds might take pieces to have for their nests, the… Read more »
Today we had great fun making cheese and tomato pizzas!
As part of our work on Safer Internet Day, we invited all children to ‘Wear their Words’. All the children and adults enjoyed writing and receiving positive messages on their t-shirts. This enabled us to discuss what it feels like to give a positive message, and the response they receive in return, and… Read more »