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  • Usain Bolt Sculpture

    Published 02/10/18

    During Diversity Week, every year group learnt about an inspirational person; Year 6 chose Usain Bolt. Throughout the week the children completed cross  curricular activities surrounding the topic of Usain Bolt. From writing              biographies, making clay Olympic medals, to analysing his race times. The       children felt Usain was an incredibly inspiring role model, who achieved great things. One of his most inspirational quotes is, “I know what I can do, so I never doubt myself.”

    To add to the excitement of the week, an artist, Steve Porter, came into school to help Year 5 and 6 make a sculpture of Usain Bolt. Year 5 spent the day      creating his shape out of chicken wire and paper mache, while Year 6 added layers of coloured tissue paper and paint to complete this magnificent sculpture.

     

    This incredible piece of artwork is currently sitting centre stage in our lobby for everyone to see.

     

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  • Book Land (book swap).

    Published 02/10/18

    We look forward to you all coming in and borrowing a book from Book Land. Don’t forget once you have finished reading the book to return it back to the shed so that other children can continued to read and borrow books. It is open at the end of every school day by the year 2 block.

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  • School Mosaic

    Published 02/10/18

    KS1 enjoyed taking part in a mosaic workshop. All the  children worked with an artist to create an image of our school badge. The artist was very impressed by the children’s skills,  especially Reception who appeared to have some previous experience of grouting! 

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  • Have a nice summer break.

    Published 20/07/18

    School re-opens on Tuesday September 4th. 

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  • Road closures around school

    Published 05/07/18

    Please leave extra time to get to school as there has been a diesel spillage in Westfield road. There are two way traffic lights in operation.  There is also restricted road usage around the Westfield Avenue Area.

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  • Our telephones are now working

    Published 04/06/18

    Unfortunately our phone lines are not working. We are also unable to pick up any messages that are left on the answer machines. The problem is being looked into.

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  • Red, White & Blue day

    Published 18/05/18

    Today we celebrated the upcoming Royal Wedding by having a red, white and blue day, and a street party style lunch. The children thoroughly enjoyed it.  We wish Harry and Meghan all the best for a wonderful wedding day tomorrow.

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  • Red, White & Blue Day

    Published 10/05/18

    On Friday 18th May Westfield Primary will be holding a ‘Red, White and Blue’ themed day to celebrate the Royal Wedding which is taking place the following day.

     To mark the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle we are asking the children to dress up in red, white and/or blue clothing – they can wear one, two or all three of the colours! They may even like to incorporate the colours into a royal fancy dress outfit!

    We will also be having a street party lunch – we will be moving the tables outside (weather permitting!), decorating the area and having a fun time! Please put Friday 18th May in your diaries as a dress up day in school!

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  • Sunny Weather

    Published 18/04/18

    A reminder that with the hot weather coming please remember to put suncream on your children before sending them into  school. If you wish to send a sun hat this will be fine, but please make sure it is named. 

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  • School finishes at 1.30pm on Thursday 29th March.

    Published 28/03/18

    Have a lovely Easter break. School resumes on  Tuesday  April 17th.

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