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This afternoon the children worked hard hunting for pebbles and coming up with their own inspiring art designs. The children will be placing them around Highworth – see if you can spot them!
This morning our children worked hard to work together and create an abstract imagine to represent us joining together. They had lots of fun and were surprised by our end result! Can you guess how we did it?
WOW! What a response we’ve had to our rainbow post. It’s lovely to see you’ve all been keeping busy and getting creative. Take a look at what some of our families have been up to!
Wombats did a great job at using string to print their cave painting designs. They found it tricky to glue the string down and make sure the paint only went on the string but they kept persevering and were happy with the results. They look fantastic!
Wombats had a fantastic afternoon at the beginning of our topic looking at artefacts from the Corinium museum in Cirencester. They tried to sort them into primary and secondary sources and work out what the objects might have been used for. We even tried on some clothing that was similar to what they wore in the Stone Age-Iron Age. To finish off our learning
“Keep walking through the storm, your rainbow is waiting on the other side…” by Heather Stillufseb This week we’ve been busy at Westrop, brightening up our days, creating a collaborative rainbow together! The sunny skies meant we could do our painting outside and our end result is hanging from our school gates. See if you can spot it when completing your daily exercise! Brighten
Westrop Primary School Dance club took part in the Wiltshire schools dance festival at the Wyvern theatre in front of a large audience. Schools from around Wiltshire came together to showcase their dances that they have been working on. The dance club is led by Miss Francis and Miss Little, who took 13 year fives and sixes from Westrop and they performed to some