• Thu 25th May

    Thursday 25th May - International Day (Miss Bray)

    Today, Westfield have taken part in another successful 'International Day'. We were really impressed by all the costumes children wore and would like to thank those who donated to the school in Zambia. The children have enjoyed lots of fun activities relating to different countries around the world. See some of our activities below...

    If children would like to make the ice-cream they made with Mrs Folly, then the recipe can be found here: http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/educators/classroom-resources/activities/instant-ice-cream

  • Thu 25th May

    Mini Tennis Tournament (Mr Wilkinson)

    Posted on Thursday 25th May
    On Tuesday 23rd May, eight children from Year 4 took part in the Huntingdonshire SSP Mini Tennis tournament.  Both teams played brilliantly. Our A team placed second in their group and so have been given a place in the semi-finals on the 9th June!













  • Wed 24th May

    Wednesday 24th May (Badcock Jorja)

    On Friday the 19th of May Westfield girls fooball team played Houghton. We started well with Jorja scoring .Then soon after Ruby scored to put us up 2-0 at halftime. Jorja scored 2 more to make the score 4-0. And with the last few kicks of the game Hannah ran past their whole team to make it 5-0.

  • Tue 23rd May

    On the big pitch (Mr Wilkinson)

    Posted Tuesday 23rd May 2017
    Many congratulations to Lall in 3JF for being fortunate enough to be selected to be the mascot at a recent Arsenal football match. Here he is with the captains and referees.







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  • Fri 19th May

    Friday 19th May (Miss Bray)

    Year 5: ‘Should we save the rainforest?’ debate

    In English this week, Year 5 have been finding out about deforestation. First, the children researched the reasons for deforestation. Then they split into groups (farmers, Amazon Tribe, government workers, Greenpeace members, Doctors of tropical medicine and a travel company) and they wrote down reasons why they would/would not want to cut down the rainforest. Next, they wrote a speech to try to persuade people to choose their argument and finally they were able to argue their cases for or against in a class debate. All the children worked really hard on their speeches and debated well. Please ask your child to tell you their arguments. 5LB finally voted to save the rainforest!

  • Thu 18th May

    Creating our lunar theme parks (Mr Wilkinson)

    Mathematics: Year 6 are hard at work creating their Lunar theme parks, for a fun time on the moon.

  • Tue 16th May

    An Animal Experience! (Mr Wilkinson)

    Posted on Tuesday 16th May 2017
    On Monday 15th May, Year 5 had a visit from ‘The Animal Experience’ who brought some rainforest animals into school for us to meet. We learned about milk snakes, chameleons, millipedes, hissing cockroaches, blue-tongued skinks, ball pythons and Argentinian Tegus.  We found out where they live in the rainforest and what they like to eat and much more… Finally, we got to hold or touch some of the animals. It was a great experience!




























  • Thu 11th May

    Year 5 French (Mrs Ainscow)

    This afternoon, Year 5 have been making sandwiches, using imperative verbs and their food vocabulary in French. There was a lot of French spoken and we had a great time making and eating our sandwiches. 








  • Thu 4th May

    Netball Tournament (Badcock Jorja)

    On  Wednesday 3rd May Westfield Girls A team went to the Cambridgeshire Glass Stadium to play in a Netball tournament. These were the results:

    RAB Butler 0 Westfield 2;  Thorndown 0 Westfield 2; Westfield 2 The Vine 0; Westfield 4 Burleywell 0; St Phillips 0 Westfield 5; Milton 1 westfield 2. There were some great shots from Hannah and Millie and a amazing shot from Lauren. We got into the quarter finals.                                                     

    We played Bourne and won 3-0 with an assist from Emily for Jorja to score, that meant we got into the semi finals playing sye.

    With Orla doing some great defending we won 3-2 leading us into the finals.

    We played Histon with Aliza doing some great saves but sadly we all let one in so it ended up 0-1 to them, but we came 2nd in the whole tournament. We would like to thank Mr Austin for coaching us.
    By J and E








  • Wed 3rd May

    Year 4 Egyptian Day (Mrs Pollard)

    Posted Wednesday, 3rd May


    The year 4 children have enjoyed a visit from History Off the Page today, providing them with an exciting Egyptian Day! They spent the morning trying out a variety of activities, including pottery, hieroglyphics and mummification, as well as making wax combs and carving wax tablets. The afternoon consisted of acting and dancing, finishing with a banquet. Thank you to the parent helpers who gave up their time to help make the day such a success!






Year 4 French
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    Teacher training day for teachers. School is closed for pupils.

  • HALF TERM HOLIDAY (school closed)  Next Monday it is 'HALF TERM HOLIDAY (school closed)'
  • NON UNIFORM DAY  On the 9th June it is 'NON UNIFORM DAY'

    Non- Uniform Day (Friday 9th June) in Support of Westfield Summer Fete (which is on Friday 23rd June from 3:30pm-5:30pm)

    There will be a non-uniform day to support this year’s Summer Fete. The children are invited to come to school in non-uniform clothing on Friday 9th June.

    In return we kindly ask for parents/carers to send in a donation to the WSA that will help raise much needed funds for future school projects.

    A draw has taken place at school where classes were allocated a theme (see below). Most of the “colour” donations will be put on a “rainbow tombola stall”, but we are also intending to create a picnic hamper for the main raffle, a plant/garden stall and a “bottle tombola”.

    Please could your children take donations to their classes on the morning of Friday 9th June, unless stated otherwise.

    3MW               “YELLOW”

    3JF                  “PURPLE”

    3DE                 “BOTTLES”

    4FB                 “GREEN”

    4CW                “BOTTLES”

    4NL                 “PICNIC” (Non-perishable items please)

    5LB                  “BOTTLES”

    5CF                 “RED”

    5KH                 “”BLUE”

    6AE                 “ORANGE”

    6SD                 “WHITE”

    6SP                 “THE GARDEN” (Living plants should only be sent on the 23rd June)

  • Year 6 Scarborough residential  On the 12th June it is 'Year 6 Scarborough residential'

    Year 6 Scarborough residential - all week. Follow all the latest updates on the Scarborough blog.

  • WSA SUMMER FAYRE  On the 23rd June it is 'WSA SUMMER FAYRE'

    Westfield School Association Summer Fayre - after school today. Stalls, raffle, tombola, class sports tournaments.

  • Sports Day  On the 11th July it is 'Sports Day'

    Whole School Sports Day - on the school field (weather permitting), pupils to come to school in PE kit but can wear an appropriate top in the colour of their house (red - oak, blue - beech, yellow - cedar, green - elm) or a usual white PE top and a coloured bib or band will be provided when racing. Parents are invited to attend Sports Day, seating provided. Check the school website in the event of inclement weather to confirm if Sports Day is going ahead or if it is going to be rescheduled. Please bring water bottles and sun hats as appropriate. Inhalers to be carried with children who require them.

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