Westfield Blog
  • Red Nose Day (Mrs Pollard)

    Posted Friday, 15th March

    Westfield enjoyed a 'wacky hair and clothes' day in support of this year's Comic Relief.  The children came adorned in all sorts of weird and wonderful outfits and looked great! As a school, we raised £300.45 for this very worthy cause. Thank you to all for your support!

      

        

     

     

  • Year 4 become scientists! (Miss Bray)

    Year 4 became scientists today when they were visited by 'Public Health England'. Children learned about lots of different viruses and bacteria, the ways they can make us ill and how to help prevent it. They learned how scientists test human samples to find out which virus or bacteria they may contain. Children loved testing fake samples which were brought in for them to use.

    "My favourite part was diluting the blood" Leon.

    "I loved that we got to test the samples of superheroes!" Josh.

      

      

      

  • Football tournament (Twitch.Nani)

    Posted on Mondy 11th March

    On Thursday the 7 March, Westfield A team played a tournament against 4 different teams. Our first game was against Godmanchester, we started off well with Charlie H scoring in the first 16 seconds, then Charlie G and Tom scoring; the final score was 3-0. Our second game was against Wheatfields, with Cian K scoring 2, then Harry  and Charlie G scoring; our final score was 4-0. Our third game was against Stukeley Meadows with Cian K, Charlie G and Felix scoring to make the final score 3-0. Our last game was against Warboys with Charlie G, Harry and Charlie H scoring to make the score 3-0. We are now through to the spring final against Brampton. We would like to thank Mr Webb for coaching us. (by HC)

     

  • Hockey Tournament (panda)

    Posted Thursday 7th March

    On Friday 1st March Westfield Hockey C team played in a tournament at the St Ivo Outdoor Centre. As a warm up we played some games like stuck in the mud , king of the ring and bulldog. After we were fully warmed up we played 7 matches we won 5 and lost 2 over all we came 5th out of 12.

    We would like to thank Mr Austin for coaching us.

  • Maths Day! (Miss Bray)

    Westfield went MATHS MAD today. Children took part in maths trails around the school and in the town, played and invented their own maths games, solved a variety of tangrams and maths puzzles and used scaling to create a giant picture. Here are some images of our day...

           

                         

        

  • Hockey Tournament - A team report. (Wackypigboy super sausage surf)

    Posted on Monday 4th March

    On Friday 1st March Westfield A team played in a hockey tournament at St. Ivo Outdoor Centre. The first game wasn’t great because we lost 2-1 to Brington with Jack scoring but it wasn’t surprising that we lost because they went on to win the tournament. Our second game was the best because we won 3-0 against Winhills, with  Luke scoring 2 and Jack scoring 1. Then we played Roundhouse with Luke scoring once allowing us to win so the score was 1-0 to Westfield. That meant we came second in our group.Then it was the play offs. We lost four nil to Hemingford. Then we played Cromwell, losing 1-2 with Luke our scorer. Overall, we had a good time. We thank Mr. Austin for coaching us.

  • Bandana Day (Mrs Pollard)

    Posted Friday, 1st March

    A huge thank you to everyone for their participation in this year's Bandana Day, in support of the Brain Tumour Charity. As a school, we raised £279 today for this very worthy cause!

  • Rotary Quiz Report (camelz.g_07)

    Posted Friday 1st March 2019

    On Thursday the 28th of February Westfield's quiz team competed in the Rotary quiz. There were 3 rounds with 50 questions in each and the first round was history and geography we did well and only got 4 wrong. So at the end of the first round we were in joint third place. The next one was an entertainment round and we did very well with only getting one question wrong but even with our success we still slipped down to joint fourth. The final round was general knowledge which we found the most challenging getting eight wrong. Out of the 150 questions we got 137 right and 13 wrong. Overall we came sixth. We would like to thank Mrs Eggleston for coaching us. Everyone in the team received a certificate.