Westrop School Council would like to thank any grandparents that came to our Key Stage 2 tea party. It was a huge success, attracting just over ninety people! We had a good time singing songs such as Frere Jacques and Londons Burning, as well as tucking into a delicious selection of cake which we are extremely grateful for. The party was held in celebration
On Tuesday 5th February 2019, Year 5 and 6 pupils from our school dance club danced at the Wyvern in the Dance Festival. They were all amazing. They are spent months practicing their dance and all their hard work paid off. Thank you to all the parents that support us at this event and your comments were greatly appreciated by the dance team. Also
All Westrop Nursery and Primary children were treated to an exciting and inspirational day on Thursday 31st January. Despite the frosty weather, all the children took part in a running challenge with Jim Plunkett-Cole, otherwise known as Jim Gump after Forest Gump the film. The day started with an entertaining assembly where Jim told children and staff about his adventures with wildlife and running
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Sunday 9am I arrived at school to start day 2 of the great school woodland clear up. Matt and his truck were back along with fellow parent Peter. They quickly set up a chipping machine to start chipping the smaller branches. Miss Little, Miss Briggs, Mrs Tuck and Madeleine, Mrs Smith, Mrs Peters and Mrs Powell continued to rake and clear the woodland. The
Saturday 9am and armed with cake, the ingredients for bacon butties and plenty of tea and coffee, I arrived at school with Mr Christopherson to start day 1 of the great school woodland clear up. Mrs Powell had already been to open up the bungalow and Mr Conlan had let in the skip lorry. Mrs Patterson was already hard at work strimming down the
Thank you to everyone who helped clear the snow this morning, so school can open safely tomorrow morning.
Thank you to everyone who helped clear the paths and playground of snow on Monday.
The children of Key Stage 2 were lucky to have a surprise visit from local conservative MP Justin Tomlinson. The children listened to his policies and were shown in a very creative manner how a law is passed in the United Kingdom. As a key stage we thank Justin for his visit and hope his sport in schools policy is passed. Thank you again