All posts by: Tony Cavallo

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We would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for joining us at the Christmas Fair and making this years event so fabulous! We managed to raise a fantastic £2000.00, which will go towards our new Art Studio. The real icing on the amazing Christmas cake was the fantastic performance by Hunee in year […]

On Monday 2B started our week with a wonderful assembly about super heroes and how there is a super hero in all of us. The children were truly amazing as 8 of their class had fallen sick with chicken pox and they covered their lines so professionally. The hero theme continued later in the week […]

Anyone for Cricket? Yesterday I had the pleasure of taking a selection of Year 3/4 children to Kent County Cricket club for a mixed football tournament. In total we played four matches and came up against some very talented opposition from all across Bromley. Unfortunately we didn’t come out as winners this time, but the spirit of […]

Our week started with Odd Sock day to celebrate the launch of ‘Anti Bullying Week’. By wearing our odd socks we were proud to acknowledge that we are all different and that our differences should be something to be proud of! The topic of bullying is one that we visit a lot as a school […]

Worsley Bridge will be hosting its annual Christmas Fair on Sunday 24th November 2018. We invite you all to join us in welcoming this festive season in with a glorious event jam packed with a plethora of fun activities and amazing prizes! Our raffle prizes this year are truly incredible with a top prize of […]

Our school council held a very important meeting with Marina Ahmad (labour councillor for Crystal Palace ward) to discuss our road safety concerns. Marina, accompanied by a colleague Marie Bardsley, listened to the children’s worries and anxieties about the traffic problems and parking issues around our school. Marina provided us with some really helpful advice […]

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 […]