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  • Tue 18th Jun

    Sports Day (Mrs Pollard)

    Posted Tuesday, 18th June

    Congratulations to Oak who won this year's Sports Day, lifted the cup and ran the lap of honour. Well done to all the children for their great effort and sportsmanship! A huge thank you to Mrs. Rendall for organising the day!  

        

      

      

  • Tue 11th Jun

    Year 6 Bible Dicing (Mrs Pollard)

    Posted Tuesday, 11th June

     

    Westfield's Year 6 children visited All Saints' Church this afternoon to take part in the traditional Bible dicing. Two children from each of the three primary schools in St Ives won a Bible. The children were also able to look around the church and one of our children even had the opportunity to play the organ.

      

             

  • Tue 11th Jun

    Summer Fayre - change of date (Mr Wilkinson)

    Posted Tuesday 11th June 2019

    The WSA Summer Fayre will now be taking place on THURSDAY 27th JUNE rather than Friday 21st June as originally advertised. Sorry for any unintended inconvenience this may cause.

    On Thursday 27th June lessons will finish at 3pm, with the summer fayre beginning at 3.15pm. It will hopefully all finish around 5.30pm. Children who are not attending the fayre will be kept on site until 3.20pm where they can be collected from the school hall or walk home as usual.

    Our non-uniform day will still take place on Friday 14th June as planned and children are asked to bring in a new tombola prize of any colour of the rainbow for the Tombola. Clean second hand teddies are also welcomed for the Teddy Tombola.

    The raffle will now be drawn at the Summer Fayre on June 27th at 5pm and not Friday 21st as advertised on the tickets.

    This information is also being sent to all parents be letter/email today.

  • Mon 10th Jun

    Scarborough Residential (Mr Wilkinson)

    Posted Monday 10th June 2019

    Our Year 6's had a fantastic week away at Scarborough last week. The children were an absolute pleasure to take away, with their constant enthusiasm, appreciation and outstanding behaviour (commented upon many times by the general public). We would like to thank Mr Austin as visit leader and the team of staff involved in making sure all 85 year 6 pupils have had such a safe, enjoyable and memorable experience. Without them, this visit would not have been possible, or so successful. Thanks also to our drivers from Dews coaches, the hotel staff and all the parents, who have supported us with such an incredibly high take-up on this trip. Enjoy this video of the lasting memories that have been made over the week.

  • Tue 21st May

    International Day (Mrs Pollard)

    Posted Tuesday, 21th May

    The children and staff at Westfield came dressed in the colours of a flag of their choice today to celebrate International Day. Following a short introductory assembly, the children went round to various classrooms to celebrate aspects of different cultures. Children in the lower school 'visited' Japan, Brazil, Norway, South Africa, China and Switzerland. The upper school countries were Mexico, Democratic Republic of Congo, Philippines, Spain, Australia and U.S.A.  Activities included quizzes, artwork, music and sport.

  • Thu 16th May

    Last Year 6 SATs breakfast (Mr Wilkinson)

    Posted Thursday 16th May 2019

    This morning, our Year 6 pupils have been enjoying their last Year 6 SATs breakfast with friends before their final testing today.

    We're really proud of the effort our Year 6 pupils have put in to this week and they should be proud of their resilence and determination in getting though a demanding week. They all deserve a well earned break this weekend.

    Thank you also to all parents who have been reassuring and supporting their children throughout SATs week.   

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

  • Thu 16th May

    Year 5 Laches Wood Residential (Mr Wilkinson)

    Posted Wednesday 14th May

    Year 5 had a fantastic time away at Laches Wood last week - enjoying some fantastic weather whilst challenging themselves to push boundaries and reach new heights (quite literally in some activities). The children all had a great time and worked well together in their groups. . Room inspections improved significantly as the week went on. Songs around the campfire were a hit and evening hot chocolates were definitely well earned after some very full days of packed activities. 

    Thank you to all the staff who accompanied the children who made the memorable week possible. Here's a brief taste of how it went..

     

  • Fri 3rd May

    Cross Country (Mr Wilkinson)

    Posted Friday 3rd May 2019

    On Thursday 2nd May, 4 year 5 boys took part in the cross country relay race at Priory Park.

    We each had to run 1200m around Priory Park. First, Arthur ran, then Harry, then Henry and finally Joe.

    Overall we came 47th out of well over 100 teams.

    We would like Mrs Roberts for coaching us.

    Written by JS.

  • Fri 3rd May

    Year 4 residential to Caythorpe (Mr Wilkinson)

    Posted Friday 3rd May

    Last week, many of our Year 4 pupils enjoyed a fantastic time away at Caythorpe. The children behaved excellently throughout the week and supported one another, challenging themselves and surprising themselves! Parents should be very proud of how resilient and enthusiastic their children have been! 

    Next week, many of our Year 5 pupils will be heading off to Laches Wood. Follow the blog to see updates during the week.

  • Thu 25th Apr

    Special visitors (Mrs Pollard)

    Posted Thursday 25th April

    We have returned from Easter holidays to find a family of robins nesting in the school grounds. 

     

     

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