All posts by: Tony Cavallo

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This week has been a very busy one as I have visited all the classrooms to see how the children are settling in. I have to tell you how impressed I am by what I have seen. The children all appear to be really relaxed in their classrooms, they have adapted well to all our […]

We have made it to the end of the week and I would once again like to thank staff, children and families for their continued support and vigilance at this very challenging time. I am increasingly proud of the way we are managing the situation and adapting to the ever changing rules and guidance. It […]

Well we have made it to the end of another academic year-and what an unusual one it has been. Who would have thought that key vocabulary such as ‘social distancing’, bubbles’ and ‘hand sanitiser’ would feature in the curriculum? On Wednesday and Thursday, we said our goodbyes to year 6. Although we couldn’t all be […]

It’s celebrations time again here at Worsley Bridge and our very last celebrations assembly for this term. For our year six pupils, this will be their last celebration assembly at Worsley Bridge so we would just like to offer our best wishes to all of our amazing year six children who now move on into […]

On Wednesday morning we had a new pupil join the school as my cat Stella decided to follow Skye and Annabel into grounds. You can see she made a prompt start to her learning. Stella thoroughly enjoyed visiting the classes and will be recommending the school to all of her cat aquaintences! One of the […]

This week the PTFA kindly gave Year 6 their Leaver’s Hoodies to enjoy in their last few weeks of term. The children were so thrilled with them that they have been wearing them despite the scorching heat! Thank you so much PTFA!

As we enter another week of lock down, for many, life is becoming increasingly difficult. We want to tell you that we are immensely proud of all our children and families for doing what they can at this difficult time. It is hard, you are not alone in the days when you struggle but be […]

Did you know that Monday 22nd June was Windrush day? This marked the arrival of the ship The  Empire Windrush at Tilbury on 22 June 1948, carrying 493 passengers from Jamaica and other Caribbean countries. June 22nd is now known as Windrush Day, a day introduced in 2018 to celebrate the Windrush generation. But, who […]

The first group of reception children have successfully completed their 2 weeks in school and we shall be really sorry to see them leave. They finished the week with a picnic and mini sports day, which they thoroughly enjoyed-as did the teachers. They have also made some speech bubbles about their memories of this very […]

  Another week has flown past and the great learning has continued both in and out of school. Children in reception arrived on Monday. It has been really good to have them back in school and we have been so impressed at how well they have adapted to their new routines. Mums, Dads and Carers you […]