All posts by: Tony Cavallo

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On Tuesday morning the whole school observed 2 minutes of silence in front of the poppies we have created to mark the 100 year anniversary of the end of WW1. The maturity and respect the children showed for this occasion was very impressive and it was a fitting tribute to all those who have lost […]

During Black History Month, the year six pupils decided to make a film about an iconic athlete who stunned the world at the 1936 olympics and went on to be one of the greatest athletes to ever grace the olympic field. That athlete was none other than Jesse Owens. To watch our film about this […]

Welcome back! I trust you all enjoyed a relaxing half term, it is clear the children did as they have returned ready to work hard! At our celebration assembly we heard all about the great work our children have been undertaking including improvements in times table knowledge, stamina in writing and better attitudes to learning. […]

On Wednesday 17th October I had the pleasure of taking seven Year 5/6 girls to represent the school at a Girls football tournament hosted by Kent County Cricket club. The team, made up of Thea, Elena, Noelia, Lydia, Flo, Hasanatou and Chloe, gave it absolutely everything and ended with the record of six draws and one loss. I saw plenty of positives […]

We are at the end of the week yet again! This one started with a fabulous assembly from 6W who told the story of Rose Blanche, a young girl, who grew up in Germany during World War II. This very tragic tale not only demonstrates the devastating effects that war can take on any society […]

This week began with a wonderful assembly all about the character ‘Traction Man’. 2W delighted their audience by acting out the heroic acts taken by Traction Man and his faithful side kick Scrubbing Brush. Well done 2W-it was the perfect start to another very busy week! Following assembly year 5 and 6 children became architects […]

Dear Parents/Carers, We are delighted to inform you that we have received our Ofsted report. We have attached a copy for you to read via this post and it will be permanently published on our website later today. I would like to thank all the staff here at Worsley Bridge for their continued hard work […]

Another busy week has flown by at Worsley Bridge! 5W had the very challenging task of being the first class to showcase their learning in assembly but despite having very little time to rehearse they put on a fantastic performance! We were all very impressed by how much they had learnt about Victorian Britain in […]

On Friday we celebrated our latest challenge champions. Well done to Scarlet, Chloe, Maansi, Sylvanna, Hunee, Elena, Hasanatou, Veer, Badru, Brodie, Wilf and Noelia, who have taken on the challenge of writing a scary MONSTER POEM. Their poems will be published soon and celebrated in assembly and on our Challenge Champion display. A new writing […]

Dear Parents and Carers, We have just been told that our school will be inspected by OFSTED on Tuesday 11 September 2018. The lead inspector will be Danvir Visvanathan.  For more information, please click on the links below to download the letter from Ofsted regarding the inspection and an Ofsted Inspection guide for parents. Inspection […]