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We were thrilled to be able to welcome back ALL our pupils this week! All the staff agree it is lovely to see all the children’s smiling faces and hear their news.
Bubble machines, bunting and banners welcomed the children back into school. The chidlren all quickly settled into their new classrooms and were ready for the business of learning!
Mrs Karyn Hing, and the staff have really missed having all the children in school and are looking forward to the term ahead.
We look forward to seeing the children back.
Our Reception classes had a delivery of 14 eggs on Monday. They have seen them incubating and all 14 have now hatched. Each class is looking after 7 adorable baby chicks.
This award is all about promoting emotional well-being and positive mental health right across our school, and this is something we take very seriously at Westfield.
We have been working towards the award for the last 12 to 15 months and we are very pleased to have had that hard work recognised! We had our award verification day on Monday 10th February, the external verifier was very impressed with everything she saw and heard and was pleased to be able to confirm that we had achieved the award!
Please be aware that there will be temporary traffic lights on Westfield Road in February 2020. Please allow extra time for your journeys.
Book week is fast approaching after half term. The children will be invited to share their favourite books with their class, read with their paired classes, swap books and much more.
Some children will have the opportunity to work with poet and author Neal Zetter and you will be able to purchase books on the playground after school on Thursday 27th February.
We will also be welcoming M and M productions as they perform ‘The Jungle Book’ to the whole school.
Reading plays a vital role in every child’s learning and we love to encourage them to read wherever and whenever we can. We would love you to share the enjoyment of reading by coming in to your child’s class and reading to them. If you would like to read with your child’s class, please speak to their class teacher.
Book character dress up day:
Thursday 27th February 2020
BBC 500 words story competition
If your child enjoys writing, then we would love for them to take part in the BBC 500 words writing competition. If you would like more information, please speak to your child’s class teacher or visit the website below.
Show us your Shelfie!
We would like you to share your best ‘shelfie’ with you reading a book in your own home, library or even in our school libraries. The more creative, the better!
Please send your entries to
or hand in to Miss Liddiard or Mrs Lee.
Entries close on Friday 28th February