All posts by: Tony Cavallo

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Dear Parents and Carers, please find below our achievement assembly presentations showing some of the wonderful work that has been created throughout the school by our gifted and talented children. To find out more, please click on the downloadable Powerpoint presentations below. We would like to take this opportunity to say a huge well done […]

Merry Christmas Welcome to our private virtual theatre where you can watch our amazing Christmas production in the comfort of your own home. We of course would have really loved for you to have been able to watch our production live; however, due to the current situation with the COVID pandemic, we are unfortunately unable […]

Today the children wore their own clothes in exchange for items for the foodbank. The donations brought in were incredible! We are ever so proud of the way we have helped such a worthy cause. Well done to everyone who took part.

You may remember that we recently held our school council elections. This week I hosted my first meeting with the new team using zoom! The children’s conduct throughout the meeting was excellent and we spent time discussing the school’s positive behaviour policy and reward systems. The children will be consulting with their classes about how […]

Despite the increase in Covid across the borough, the children and staff  at Worsley bridge are carrying on valiantly and letting nothing interfere with their learning! Alice from year 1 joined me this week to share some of her latest writing. What impressed me the most was the independent use of a possessive apostrophe! Amazing […]

One of my favourite parts of the day is when children pop in to see me as they are going outside after lunch. It is lovely to hear about their morning and what they will be doing outside. On my office table we have a weekly jigsaw puzzle which some children like to help complete […]

Children in year 1 are working on a project on toys and they received a letter from the toy maker suggesting that they should create a wooden teddy bear. I was very impressed at Kieran’s response and the way he argued against this idea. Kieran used his sounds really well to write a letter back […]

Well another week has whizzed by-can you believe there are only 4 to go until we break up for the Christmas holidays? The children are really making the most of their time in school by working hard and enjoying time with their friends at break and lunch. Take a look at Ollie and Tony’s literacy […]

Monday marks the start of Anti-Bullying week. Children are invited to wear odd socks to school as a way to celebrate that we are all special and unique! Before I sign off please look below to see who received celebration certificates this week! Congratulations for all your hard work. We are very proud of you […]

This week election fever has hit Worsley Bridge as children in classes from year 2 up to year 6 have been preparing election speeches for a place on this year’s School Council. The teachers were really impressed by the thought and preparation that had gone into the presentations. Well done to those of you who […]