All posts by: Tony Cavallo

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The whole event has been an unbelievable success. The challenge for the school was to walk / run 500 miles. We have now totaled the whole school and reached a whopping 554 miles! The event raised over £500 for Sport Relief, which will go towards helping under privileged children here and around the world. We took […]

The children put their engineering hats on to really embrace our Earthquakes and Volcanoes topic, designing structures that could withstand an earthquake. Using their understanding of triangles being the strongest shape, the children built a three story structure which was then tested to hold weight and withstand various degrees of earthquakes (aided by jelly!) We […]

Parachutes In year 2 we have been reading The Lonely Beast by Chris Judge. In the story, the Beast has a treacherous journey to the city by jumping down mountains and cliffs, so we decided it would be helpful if he had a parachute. We created our own parachutes using different materials and added paperclips […]

Stem week in Year 1 was a real hit with all of the children and we certainly covered a range of activities. Our week started off with an activity linked to our previous topic of ‘Chicks’! During this activity we were looking at the best materials that we could use to make birds nests! Our […]

The children used lots of fantastic vocabulary to talk about how the samples from the different monster planets felt. They enjoyed combining the different elements and thought of some great planets names. The children were able to use the i Pads to code the rockets to reach different destinations on the map. They could use […]

Day 3 Pictures added! On 20th March 2018, year 6 classes set off for their 4 day residential to the amazing Hindleap Warren in the Ashdown Forest. Set in 300 acres of private woodland in the Ashdown Forest, Hindleap works with nearly 10,000 children and young people every year, supporting and challenging them to be […]

A number of families joined us on the afternoon of 9th March 2018 for our Spring Concert and I’m sure they will agree that it was a fantastic afternoon. This concert was designed to give children in year 3 learning the recorder with Mr Dollovich and in year 5 learning the drums with Mr Hughes […]

The girls’ football team here at Worsley Bridge are all doing a great job, working together well as a team and progressing their skills week on week. We played Hawes Down school and Poverest School over the past two weeks, beating Poverest 2-1 and losing 2-0 to Hawes Down. The girls played with so much […]

Recently, our year four children visited the world famous Natural History Museum in Kensington, London.  It was a fantastic day, which supported the children’s learning of Earthquakes and Volcanoes.  We took a few pictures of the visit, which can be seen in the gallery below. For a larger view, please click on the thumbnails below. […]