Community News

09Mar 2020

Our next session is to be on Thursday 12th March when we continue with an Old Testament prophet, Daniel, and the way God came to the Rescue!    After the Welcome Café at 3.45pm the games and activities will be part of the story, of course, finishing at 6pm after a meal together. The price remains […]

02Mar 2020

At the end of last term the PTFA organised a disco for the children. Lots of fun was had by all and the event raised £665! I would like to thank the team very much for all their hard work and for averting the last minute problems by buying and cooking the pizzas themselves as […]

17Feb 2020

I am afraid we have just been informed that we will be needed as a polling station on Thursday 7th May, which means we will be closed for the day. As I have explained before, we have tried very hard to ask for this to be located elsewhere but we have not been successful in […]

17Feb 2020

Thanks go to Mr Gwilliam for organising a fun packed day of sporting challenges between the W and B classes in aid of Sport Relief (which we have organised early as we have STEM week planned when the nationwide events will be taking place). All the children participated with enthusiasm and energy and we are […]

17Feb 2020

Due to the success of last year’s grammar themed book day, we have decided to theme book day again this year. This year our world book day will focus around words. We are asking all children to dress up in something which makes it clear what word they are. Below are some ideas to support […]

11Feb 2020

Our next Families Together is to be on Thursday 13th February starting as usual with the Welcome Café at 3.45, ending with a meal together for the children and their carers/parents at 6pm.   We will be featuring an Old Testament hero, Elijah, and the times we see the Amazing Power of God through what He did […]

11Feb 2020

On Friday we welcomed Margo (a French Bulldog) into the Worsley Bridge School Community. Margo is a Beckenham resident who has successfully passed all her tests to become a therapy dog. Therapy dogs are widely used by hospitals, nursing homes and schools to provide comfort, support and affection and their impact can be far reaching. […]

11Feb 2020

I’d like to start this week’s newsletter with a big thank you for your participation in the NSPCC’s Number Day. Not only did the children come into school in a wonderful array of outfits but we also collected £493.88, which I am sure you will agree is fantastic. During the day the children participated in […]

16Dec 2019

Last night Mrs Drake, Miss Letsu and I spent a lovely evening at St Paul’s church with the school choir where they performed in the Lessons and Carols service. The singing was absolutely beautiful and the children received so many compliments and thanks. We left feeling very proud indeed. I would like to give a […]

01Dec 2019

  We ended last week by awarding certificates to lots of incredible children. The teachers nominated children for a whole host of reasons including: committing themselves fully to their Christmas rehearsals, for excellent investigative work in science and great resilience and self-regulation in PE. Unfortunately a number of families are still arriving late. Please be […]