02Oct 2020

After 25 years of working as a mid-day supervisor, Mrs Martin has finally decided to hang up her apron and enjoy some time for herself. We would like to say thank you to her for all her support over the years and wish her well in her retirement. We also say a very fond farewell […]

02Oct 2020

Bromley Foodbank have recently contacted us and would like our Harvest donation to be desserts this year. We will begin collecting contributions from Monday. So, if you are out and about shopping please could you add one or two of the following items into your trolley for this very worthwhile cause: Instant whip ( Angel […]

02Oct 2020

Now that we enter the month of October (where has the time gone) we celebrate Black History Month. This important event recognises the contributions that black people have made to the UK over many generations. There has been a lack of representation of black people in history books and school curriculums so Black History Month […]

02Oct 2020

It was wonderful to welcome back 3B and 4B after their period of isolation. We really appreciate the way the classes followed the guidance set by the government to keep the rest of the school safe.   We know it can be difficult (and confusing) to remain at home when the rest of the school […]

25Sep 2020

As you can no doubt imagine this week has been somewhat different to the one we imagined we might have. However, it makes me very proud to see how our community have responded. The messages of support and thanks we have received have been really very touching. We are living in a very challenging time […]

18Sep 2020

This week has been a very busy one as I have visited all the classrooms to see how the children are settling in. I have to tell you how impressed I am by what I have seen. The children all appear to be really relaxed in their classrooms, they have adapted well to all our […]

12Sep 2020

We have made it to the end of the week and I would once again like to thank staff, children and families for their continued support and vigilance at this very challenging time. I am increasingly proud of the way we are managing the situation and adapting to the ever changing rules and guidance. It […]

17Jul 2020

Well we have made it to the end of another academic year-and what an unusual one it has been. Who would have thought that key vocabulary such as ‘social distancing’, bubbles’ and ‘hand sanitiser’ would feature in the curriculum? On Wednesday and Thursday, we said our goodbyes to year 6. Although we couldn’t all be […]

13Jul 2020

It’s celebrations time again here at Worsley Bridge and our very last celebrations assembly for this term. For our year six pupils, this will be their last celebration assembly at Worsley Bridge so we would just like to offer our best wishes to all of our amazing year six children who now move on into […]

03Jul 2020

On Wednesday morning we had a new pupil join the school as my cat Stella decided to follow Skye and Annabel into grounds. You can see she made a prompt start to her learning. Stella thoroughly enjoyed visiting the classes and will be recommending the school to all of her cat aquaintences! One of the […]

26Jun 2020

This week the PTFA kindly gave Year 6 their Leaver’s Hoodies to enjoy in their last few weeks of term. The children were so thrilled with them that they have been wearing them despite the scorching heat! Thank you so much PTFA!

26Jun 2020

As we enter another week of lock down, for many, life is becoming increasingly difficult. We want to tell you that we are immensely proud of all our children and families for doing what they can at this difficult time. It is hard, you are not alone in the days when you struggle but be […]

26Jun 2020

Did you know that Monday 22nd June was Windrush day? This marked the arrival of the ship The  Empire Windrush at Tilbury on 22 June 1948, carrying 493 passengers from Jamaica and other Caribbean countries. June 22nd is now known as Windrush Day, a day introduced in 2018 to celebrate the Windrush generation. But, who […]

26Jun 2020

The first group of reception children have successfully completed their 2 weeks in school and we shall be really sorry to see them leave. They finished the week with a picnic and mini sports day, which they thoroughly enjoyed-as did the teachers. They have also made some speech bubbles about their memories of this very […]

19Jun 2020

  Another week has flown past and the great learning has continued both in and out of school. Children in reception arrived on Monday. It has been really good to have them back in school and we have been so impressed at how well they have adapted to their new routines. Mums, Dads and Carers you […]

15Jun 2020

Dear Parents and Pupils of Worsley Bridge Primary School, Welcome to a new lockdown Celebration Week Assembly video. Let us take this opportunity to say a huge well done to you all. We miss you all so very much! Stay safe and we look forward to seeing you all soon x. To watch this weeks […]

15May 2020

Dear Parents and Pupils of Worsley Bridge Primary School. Welcome to our very first lockdown Celebration Week Assembly video. Let us take this opportunity to say a huge well done to you all. We miss you all so very much! Stay safe and we look forward to seeing you all soon x. To watch this […]

07May 2020

Here is a lovely message from all of the teachers and staff at Worsley Bridge Primary School to their amazing children and parents. We hope that you enjoy our fun video! Stay safe and see you all soon x.

02May 2020

Hi year 2. Here is a brand new message from your teachers Miss Corbett and Miss Mattu who are so happy that they managed to speak to some of you on the phone this week. They are of course both missing you all so much and can’t wait to see you all again real soon. […]

01May 2020

This week Chloe in Year 3 took it upon herself to learn some Greek! Our Summer topic was supposed to be the Ancient Greeks and Chloe spent her time learning how to count up to 10! Super work Chloe. If you have anything you would like your teacher to see, send it over to the email address […]

01May 2020

Lewis in Year 3 made an amazing marble run at home! Click on the video to have a watch! Fancy making one? Send your video over to Mr Gwilliam and YOU could be featuring on the WB website! This week Huxley in Year 3 also created a marble run! Well done Huxley! Fancy making one? Send […]

30Apr 2020

Hello Year 6 pupils and parents. Here is another video message from the Year 6 teachers, who are still missing the children very much amidst all their newfound hobbies! To find out what those hobbies are and more, click on the play button.

24Apr 2020

Dear Parents and Children, Here is a video message from our friend Jack and his team at HeyDay UK who misses us all and wants to share some of his favourite videos that he and his team have made with you, and set you some exciting tasks that you can do at home! To watch […]

18Apr 2020

Hi Year 3, hope you are all keeping well. I have set you a little challenge to get your brains working! Who can use their addition and multiplication skills to work out the answer? Email me your answers to Year3@worsleybridge.bromley.sch.uk

15Apr 2020

​Hello 1W I hope you are all well and are keeping yourselves safe and healthy.  I have been busy making your workbooks and trying to think up new activities for you all to keep you busy.  It has been wonderful to see all the pictures  of your learning and i especially enjoyed seeing the dance video […]

02Apr 2020

Hello 5B, I hope you are all staying safe and keeping busy, with the home learning packs, helping around the house or doing the things you never had the time to do. While in school today, I came across our TIME CAPSULE – the first thing we did together in year 5. You were all […]

31Mar 2020

Hello 5B,   I hope you are all doing well in this mad time, you all moan about being in school and would rather be at home, well you got your wish! I am in total isolation, as I told you before I left, due to my diabetes and lupus, but I am coping with […]

31Mar 2020

Hello Year 4! I hope you have all been keeping yourselves safe and busy!! I have been missing you all so much and I’m sure you have been missing each other too! Each and every one of you are wonderful, creative children so I hope that you have been practising your skills and talents at home […]

31Mar 2020

Here is a video message from Miss Wilkin and Miss O’Donnell, our Year 6 teachers here at Worsley Bridge who have teamed up to wish their wonderful Year 6 pupils well, and to let them know that they miss them very much. Click on the play button to watch the video.

30Mar 2020

In this video, Mrs Drake wants to say a big hello to all of our children and parents who are self isolating at home. We hope that you are enjoying these videos submitted by Teachers and that you are all safe and well. To watch the video, please click on the play button.

30Mar 2020

In this video, Miss. Corbett and Miss. Mattu want to say a big hello to all the year 2 children! We hope that you are enjoying these videos submitted by Teachers and that you are all safe and well. To watch the video, please click on the play button.

27Mar 2020

Here is a video message from Miss Johnstone, class teacher for class 1B at Worsley Bridge Primary School. She also writes “I really miss you all so much and I’m excited to hear from you. The challenge can be anything, it can be writing, maths, sport, art anything you like. Hope you are all well”. […]

27Mar 2020

Here is a short video made by Mr Gwilliam, Class Teacher for 3B at Worsley Bridge offering a few words of encouragement to his class who are self isolating at home. To watch the video, please click on the play button.

13Mar 2020

In this video guide aimed at the younger viewer, we teach young children how to wash their hands with the NHS handwashing song. To watch the video, please click on the play button. Public Health England recommends that in addition to handwashing before eating and after coughing and sneezing, everyone should also wash hands after […]

13Mar 2020

I have decided to send out the newsletter early as I am aware there is a lot of anxiety around the Coronavirus. I want to reassure our school community that we liaise daily with our central team to ensure we are following the most up to date advice. At present schools are being advised to […]

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 […]

09Mar 2020

Friday started with a fantastic assembly from 1B about their current topic of homes and castles. The children talked about a dream house with an incredible games room and a bathroom called the rub a dub-dub room to name but a few of the amazing features! I was so impressed at the way the children […]

02Mar 2020

Over the past year we have worked with Beckenham Sports Club (based on Foxgrove Road) and they have led our very popular squash classes. Children can book a free trial lesson on Thursday evening by contacting Steve. The club will also be hosting an Open Day on 21st March 2020. There will be a football tournament, […]

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 […]

02Mar 2020

Our JTAs continue to work hard to promote safe travel to school. This term’s competition could see the winner receive a Glades voucher to enjoy spending as well as scooter pod for school. All your child has to do is to create a comic strip about a journey to school. The focus of course should […]

02Mar 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 […]

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

The last day of the half term ended in spectacular style as 4B hosted a fascinating assembly about the ‘Amazing Egyptians’! The children worked incredibly hard to learn their lines and they spoke so clearly and confidently. I was particularly impressed at the way they performed the song Amazing Egyptians-I thought it was even better […]

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

Polly and Isobel as their recent presentation about our efforts to improve travel safety have led to a Gold travel award! Well done girls and thank you to Mrs Rose for all your hard work. In assembly this morning Miss Wilkin and Miss Martin asked the children how we can improve the dining hall as […]

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 […]

04Feb 2020

One of my favourite parts to any school week is when I am able to share in children’s learning. Teachers and teaching assistants regluarly send children along to my office because they are proud of the work they have completed. We have great learners at Worsley Bridge and in recent weeks more and more children […]

04Feb 2020

Last week ended with a ‘wonderful’ assembly from 6B. Tolu the tour guide took us all around the globe to visit the ancient wonders of the world. The children provided us with a wealth of interesting information and then performed the song ‘Wonder’. Thank you 6B-you were all ‘wonderful’! Earlier in the week  Joel Roberts […]

03Feb 2020

Last week we mentioned that some of the girls in year 4 had organised a charity fund raising event for Battersea Cats and Dogs home. So far Rania, Emma, Persephone, Kianna, Davina, Isla and Poppy have raised £42 by organising craft activities. Not only have the girls made a valuable contribution to a very worthwhile […]

28Jan 2020

Homework at Worsley Bridge continues to impress us all! Take a look at Ethen’s space themed game. It really is incredible-the attention to detail in the rules, the care given to the presentation and how it links to the topic really is fantastic. Equally impressive are the globes made by Lucy and Maisie. The girls […]

28Jan 2020

As technology continues to dominate the world that we live in it is really important that we work hard to keep our children safe when they are online. At school we regularly visit the topic of internet safety and have very strict controls in place to help keep the children on safe sites at school. […]

20Jan 2020

The new year often brings with it new year’s resolutions and if you’re like me I am trying very hard to eat more healthily! We have noticed lately that some of the children’s pack lunches are containing items that should be saved for an occasional treat at home. Many lunch boxes are full of crisps, […]

20Jan 2020

Year 5 spent their Friday at the science museum to support their latest topic of ‘space’ and the book ‘Cosmic’. Mrs Foley came back very excited after being launched into space and experiencing a journey in a rocket and working on the space station. The children really enjoyed their day and can’t wait to continue […]

20Jan 2020

RW brought our week to the perfect close on Friday with their wonderful assembly about a penguin who came to tea. Not only was this the first assembly of the new year it was the first assembly for the reception team. The children sang, danced, acted, shared interesting facts, showed us wonderful homework and read […]

14Jan 2020

Dear Parents and Carers, We are delighted to be supporting the NSPCC by taking part in their Number Day on Friday 7 February 2020.     Children deserve an equal start in life The NSPCC believes that all children deserve a childhood free from harm but, sadly, that’s not the case for many children. That’s why […]

14Jan 2020

We have always been proud of the children at Worsley Bridge and their conduct towards each other, around school and out and about in our community. However, we are always looking for ways that we can help our children to continue to improve and this term we have decided to review our positive behaviour management […]

14Jan 2020

We have some amazing young creatives here at Worsley Bridge Primary school, which can be seen in the gallery below of the wonderful art created by the children during Art Week. To view the images, please click on the thumbnails in the gallery below.

08Jan 2020

Happy New Year and a very warm welcome back to school! You may recall that at the end of term Mrs O’Donnell organised a winter market. This project involved every year group using their design technology skills to produce winter themed items to sell at the market. The children studied a variety of products, created […]

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 […]

10Dec 2019

Last Friday the choir performed for the residents at the Sloane Nursing Home. They sang absolutely beautifully. The residents thoroughly enjoyed their show,a couple of residents were even reduced to tears they enjoyed it so much! Thank you again to Miss Letsu and also to Mrs Rose for preparing the children so well. You have […]

10Dec 2019

Children from year 5 had a wonderful morning at the British Film Institute where they had the opportunity to show case one of the films they have been making this term at the HeyDay Film Festival. Eight schools joined together to present a series of short films that have been created with the help of […]

10Dec 2019

The Christmas preparations are well and truly underway at Worsley Bridge as dress rehearsals for our performance took place today! KS1 children are really excited and cannot wait to perform to their families over the next two days. I would like to thank all the teachers, TAs and of course the children for working so […]

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 […]

01Dec 2019

Preparations are well under way for our Christmas performances. Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 are busy rehearsing for ‘Like Camel Action 2’, the much awaited sequel! Please book your tickets carefully as this year preschool aged children (including babies) are invited to a special showing. School aged siblings will see a performance in school. […]

01Dec 2019

Reception children continued to have a wonderful week by visiting the church as part of their ‘celebrations topic’. While they were there they took part in a wedding ceremony conducted by the Rev Simon! They have continued to work hard back in class making a wedding dress, wrapping wedding presents and sending out invitations to […]

01Dec 2019

This week’s newsletter must start with a very BIG thank you to the PTFA for organising the most wonderful winter market! The afternoon was enjoyable for adults and children alike and provided a lovely opportunity for families who are thinking about joining Worsley Bridge to experience our fantastic community. We are looking forward to hearing […]

26Nov 2019

Year 5 have been reading the poem the Highway Man by Alfred Noyes and on Friday afternoon 6 terrifying highway men and woman stormed my office! Fortunately I wasn’t held to ransom, instead the children shared some of the art work they been inspired to create as a result of reading this wonderful poem! They […]

26Nov 2019

I would like to begin this week’s newsletter with some thank yous! Worsley Bridge raised a fantastic £465.91 for the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal. In the five years that I have been here this is the most we ever have raised and I know the collection team were extremely pleased. My second thank you […]

18Nov 2019

On Thursday we took six children to Coopers school in Chislehurst for the annual Bromley ‘Panathlon’. Panathlon is a multi-sport carousel event where children are given the opportunity to try out a range of sports such as kurling, basketball and table cricket. The children were amazing and they were awarded with some fantastic medals for their […]

18Nov 2019

A very popular club this term is Health Club run by Mrs Dalton-Smith and Miss Hicks. Each week the children look at an aspect of keeping healthy and this week the children had the opportunity to look at how food contributes to a healthy life style. You can see from the photograph that the children […]

18Nov 2019

Mrs Swain, Mrs Foley and 5W took a trip to the Portrait Gallery last week to support their work on the Victorians. The children were very excited about eating lunch in front of the pigeons in Trafalgar Square. Kian liked drawing the marble bust with the white crayon on black paper and Millie enjoyed looking […]

18Nov 2019

This morning started really well for me when I bumped into Rania and Jaely. These two wonderful girls have taken it upon themselves to organise their cloakroom area so that children can find their belongings easily. There are new labels, posters and specific places for the children to place their PE bags! Girls,I think I […]

12Nov 2019

St Pauls’ Church would like to invite all our families to the next Families Together session on Thursday 14th November. The afternoon will begin at the Welcome Café from 3.45 pm.   The title this week is “Building the best” with the parable Jesus told his disciples of the good builder and the bad builder.   Jill (one […]

12Nov 2019

It was really good to see so many families at our recent parent’s evenings and we thank you for taking the time to complete our parent survey. It is really important to us that we seek your views and consider your feedback. We haven’t collated all the responses yet but the general impression is very […]

12Nov 2019

On Monday 11th Mrs Drake led a very thoughtful assembly to help the children understand the reasons why we sell poppies at this time of the year and the significance of the two minute silence. The children responded very well by showing great respect and empathy for those who have been involved in war and […]

04Nov 2019

It has been lovely to see all the children and staff back at school. The children have settled straight back to their work and they have been continuing to produce great work. On Wednesday we were joined by Simba-featured in the photograph. Simba is a 9 week old Labrador puppy belonging to Coach Aaron who […]

21Oct 2019

Thank you to the family members who braved the pouring rain to join us for our art exhibition. I think you will agree that we have some very talented artists here at Worsley Bridge! It was wonderful to share the event with over 200 members of our school community-I am sure you will join me […]

11Oct 2019

This morning started with a fabulous assembly about the Stone Age by 3W. The children shared some really interesting information, asked us questions to make us think and performed two wonderful songs. Well done 3W-a perfect start to the day! This week we received the wonderful news that Mrs Lacey gave birth to a beautiful […]

07Oct 2019

The October Families Together session will be on Thursday 10th October at St Paul’s Church. We plan to retell Jesus’ parable which adults know as “the Prodigal Son” but we want to emphasise Jesus’ telling as “Welcoming Home”. There will be fun activities and games as usual, ending with tea with parents/carers in the Hall, […]

07Oct 2019

Hopefully over the past week you will have heard you child mention the word ‘OPAL’ and talk about how much they are enjoying their lunch breaks. This is because we have embarked on a new project to develop the quality of our lunch time! High quality play experiences contributes to school success. Over the course […]

27Sep 2019

As you are aware NEST (the academy trust we are part of) have released a consultation about moving over to a 2 week break in the Autumn and I thought it would be helpful to explain some of the reasons this could support us here at WB: The Autumn term is very long-typically 16 weeks […]

27Sep 2019

Yesterday children from KS1 travelled to Bromley FC for the annual Under 7’s football tournament. The children played incredibly well, winning two games and drawing the other three. This meant that they ended up coming second in their group! It was a wonderful day and all children were a credit to the school.  They also showed […]

27Sep 2019

Next Friday we will be holding our harvest assembly and we would like to ask you to make a tinned meat donation for our harvest display. The food collected can then be delivered to Bromley Foodbank. This fabulous organisation supports hundreds of families in need right across the borough so please give generously! Speaking of […]

27Sep 2019

This morning 4W wowed the school with their fabulous assembly about their class story the ‘Fire maker’s Daughter’. The children performed poems, acted out sections of the story and sung but the real highlight was their erupting volcanoes! Well done and thank you 4W-we are extremely proud of you!

20Sep 2019

Year 2 also enjoyed a trip out this week to the Cutty Sark! The teachers, TAs and helpers were very impressed at how the children managed the journey to Greenwich as well as their impeccable behaviour throughout the day. Educational visits are so important to us at WB because they provide the children with the opportunity to experience the things […]

20Sep 2019

Children in year 5 visited the Old Operating Theatre at London Bridge this week to support their studies of Victorian England. This is the first time we have visited this museum and the children had a fantastic morning learning about Victorian medicines. Paige and Kian particularly enjoyed it when the doctor pretended to chop off Ethen’s leg! They said the blood […]

20Sep 2019

The school buzzed with excitement today as the big top arrived on site! It was fascinating to watch the tent go up over the course of the morning and the children in years 4, 5 and 6 were treated to a sneaky preview this afternoon. The circus team will be returning later in the month to work with the other year […]

16Sep 2019

The big top will be arriving at WB on Friday and we can’t wait. The children will participate in circus workshops either on the 20th or when the team return on the 30th September. Tickets can be purchased for the main show at the end of the school day by the school gates over the […]

16Sep 2019

On the gate this morning I saw Gracie arriving carrying two very long ‘pig tails’. She very quickly explained that she had decided to cut her hair shorter so that she could donate it to the Little Princess Trust, a charity that make wigs for children who have suffered hair loss from illnesses such as […]

16Sep 2019

Another busy week has flown by at WB! We were thinking back to this time last year and reflecting on the fact that we had just survived our Ofsted inspection! On Monday the new reception children joined us and we have been really impressed at how quickly they have settled in to school life. Well […]

06Sep 2019

What a lovely week we have had back at school. It has been wonderful to see all the children and their energy and enthusiasm has been infectious! I have thoroughly enjoyed hearing all about their summer adventures and seeing the high quality work they have been producing already! I was particularly impressed with Stanley in […]

03Sep 2019

There will be Open Mornings on the following Thursdays from 9.30-10.30: 26th September 2019 3rd, 10th, 17th, and 31st October 2019 7th, 14th, 21st, and 28th November 2019 Please e-mail the school to book yourself on one of these tours.

21Jul 2019

Well another year has come to a close and I would like to say how proud I am of the children for their commitment and hard work over the past year. Their reports were an absolute pleasure to read and I am really looking forward to all their future successes. Our church service was a […]

12Jul 2019

RB gave us the perfect start to our week with a wonderful assembly all abouttheir first year at school. Not only did they amaze us by explaining all abouttheir incredible, learning the children performed so confidently. RB what agreat class you are-and Annabel I now know who I can leave in charge when Iam out […]

05Jul 2019

We are all looking forward to our amazing Summer Fair 2019, which takes place this Saturday 6th July. We will have a plethora of fun activities for you all to enjoy on the day, plus a very special Popup Bar kindly donated to us by The Railway Tavern. Look forward to seeing you all then!

01Jul 2019

The following six schools were shortlisted for their continued contribution to road safety and active travel at our annual JTA Top Team awards ceremony on Wednesday 26th June 2019. The celebrations were held at Biggin Hill Memorial Museum. Wickham Common primary School Worsley Bridge Primary School Bickley Harris Primary academy Beckenham Green Hayes Primary School […]

28Jun 2019

Ms Smith and our JTAs had a very successful day on Wednesday and I have included Dontaye and Talula’s report for you all to enjoy: Along with 5 other schools in the Borough of Bromley, we were very excited to have won a Golden Ticket to attend the JTA TopTeam Event.   This Year it partnered […]

28Jun 2019

On Tuesday Year 2 pupils performed as part of a concert at St George’s Church. Thechildren have learnt a vast array of songs over the past few weeks and theywere an absolute credit to the school. The staff that attended all commented ontheir exceptional manners and impeccable behaviour-especially compared to theother schools in attendance! Well […]

28Jun 2019

On Monday 1B impressed us with their fabulous assembly all about the rainforest. The children retold the story of The Great Kapok Tree which taught us the importance of the rainforest. The children finished the assembly with an energetic performance of the jungle boogie-which we all loved! Well done 1B. If youare out and about […]

21Jun 2019

What was your favourite childhood memory? This was a question put to us on ‘Polling Day’ by Neil from ‘Out Door Play and Learning’ (OPAL). As a staff we happily reminisced about being out on our bikes for hours at a time or playing at a park, quite often without adult supervision. Many of us […]

14Jun 2019

Despite the miserable start to the week weather wise 3B brightened our day by presenting their class assembly on Odysseus. The children delivered their lines as well as any professional and showed us how resilient Odysseus was in the face of many challenges. Well done 3B-we are very proud of you! Today Mrs Drake led […]

07Jun 2019

Welcome back everyone! I sincerely hope you enjoyed the half term break. As always it is really great to be back at school and it is clear that the children have used the half term well. Take a look at some of the wonderful homework the children have completed! The quality and standard of work […]

10May 2019

Over the bank holiday weekend staff at Worsley Bridge took the opportunity to take on one or two sporting challenges. Congratulations to Mrs Drake who ran a 10km race in Regents Park and has already signed up to her next challenge in December! Mrs Mostafa joined several friends in Henley to complete a 10 mile […]

10May 2019

Dr Bike will be visiting Worsley Bridge on the 20th May. This is yourchance for a free MOT for your bike from Bromley’s fully qualified mechanics.The team can inspect your bike and fix minor faults such as brakes, chain, cables,gears and tyre pressure. They can also advise you on correct saddle height andhelp to fit […]

10May 2019

On Wednesday Year 4 braved the rain and made their way to Hampton Court Palace to find out moreabout life in the Tudor period. The children had a fantastic day and receivedmany compliments about their impeccable behaviour. On their return to schoolthe children made presentations to each other about what they learnt from their visit […]

26Apr 2019

What a wonderful week we have had back at school! The children have returned to us focussed and determined to do their best. There has been such a positive atmosphere all around the building that I know that it will be a great term ahead! In assembly we have re-visited the Worsley Way: At Worsley […]

05Apr 2019

The lastweek of term has been exceptionally busy for the children at Worsley Bridge. On Monday Jack and Luke from HeyDay started our week off with a film preview of ‘Things that go trump in night’ and ‘April Doomsday’. Pupils in year 5 have been working with HeyDay and Mrs Lisi to produce the films. […]

01Apr 2019

This morning Miss Smith and our JTAs Beth and Maisie awarded prizes to the winners of the Teddy Travels competition. Well done Hunee, Huxley, Bella, and Lexi. A very special well done goes to Gracy as her entry received a ‘commendation’! As we head towards the summer term please can all families take the time […]

01Apr 2019

A brave team of intrepid adventurers set sail on the Thames this week! Mr Bennett, Miss Smith, Mrs Swain and Mrs Rose have spent the last 2 days with children from year 4 and 5 at the Ahoy Sailing Centre in Deptford. Despite the rain and cold temperatures the children had a fabulous time and […]

23Mar 2019

This week the children in year 6 participated in their school journey to Hindleap Warren.Hindleap is an outdoor residential centre located in the heart of the AshdownForest in East Sussex. It is the perfect setting for getting away from busytown life as it is surrounded by stunning woodland. After just about managing their excitement throughout […]

17Mar 2019

On Friday 15th March, millions of children and adults across the country set out to have an amazing day of fun and laughs to raise much needed funds for the amazing charity “Comic Relief” also known as “Red Nose Day”. Worsley Bridge Primary School took part in a number of fun activities on the day, […]

01Mar 2019

This year we will be celebrating World Book Day on Friday 5th April. We will not be dressing up inthe usual book character costumes. As a school we have decided to do something a bit different. The theme for our book day will be grammar! Getthinking about creative ways you can dress up assomething relating […]

01Mar 2019

At Worsley Bridge we are very proud of the fact we take our children ona wide variety of school visits. They add great value to our curriculumand the children thoroughly enjoy the experience. As parents we value your support and we would not be able to go without you.A parent helper is vital on all […]

01Mar 2019

A warm welcome back to all our families! I hope you enjoyed your half term break as much asI did. The weather was very kind to us and it was certainly great to be out and about in thesunshine! The children have returned to school with positive attitudes and are working hardand are ready to […]

10Feb 2019

With technology gripping everyones lives at any age these days, it is increasingly important that all parents and carers become far more internet aware. Social media apps and websites have become almost second nature to our children. Along with this huge leap in technological communication comes many pit falls and potential problems that we all […]

10Feb 2019

This week began with a wonderful assembly about Charles Darwin by 3W. The childrenrecreated significant moments from his life and clearly explained why his workhas been so important. Like all good assemblies it made us laugh, it was full of interesting facts and there was even a wonderful rap! 3W well done-it was a great […]

02Feb 2019

Can you believe we only have 2 weeks until half term? This week has flown by and I havebeen visited by lots of children who have shared the most amazing work. I havebeen treated to fact sheets about volcanoes and wonderful stories aboutmischievous cats! In our celebration assembly we heard from all the classteachers and […]

25Jan 2019

Miss Wilkin has been busy ‘tweeting’ this week to keep you up to date with the latest events at Worsley Bridge, however we think some parents are following the old account. Please check your twitter accounts and follow us @worsley_bridge NOT @worlseybridge. Wishing you all a safe and happy weekend.

25Jan 2019

On Wednesday Mr Gwilliam took some children from year 3 and 4 to our first ever Kurling competition. Suhaab, Kelsey, Isla, Wisdom and Ethen played at Cooper’s school in Chislehurst using specially adapted Kurling stones. The team performed really well they played 4 matches, they won 2 and drew 1!

25Jan 2019

Over the course of the week each class has worked with the Dental Health team to ‘polish’ up their teeth cleaning skills. Not only did the children learn about how to keep their teeth sparkly clean they were given advice on what to eat to ensure their bright smiles last a life time.

25Jan 2019

4W kicked off our week with a fabulous assembly about Varjak Paw- a cat born into a family of Mesopotamian Blue cats. We learnt that Varjak was different from his siblings and how he persevered to learn the ways of Jalal in order to keep his family safe! Well done 4W-you are clearly enjoying this […]

20Jan 2019

Our first full week has spedpast and we have been having a busy time learning at Worsley Bridge and gettingback into the routines of the term.  Ithas been a week full of celebrations and achievements. On Monday we had our first celebration assembly of the new year.  Congratulations to: Emma, Kianna, Ayla and Unal from […]

08Jan 2019

As you may know from our newsletters, Worsley Bridge recently took part in a “Cycle Safety” competition run by the company First4Lawyers. The competition involved creating some wonderful designs for a new cycling safety helmet. Well this week we received an emailk from First4Lawyers with a link to our gallery entries, which we would like […]

21Dec 2018

Well we have made it to the end of a very successful Autumn term! Our final week has been full of Christmas spirit as Years 3, 4, 5 and 6 gave us the most wonderful performances. The singing and acting was so professional and it was wonderful to discover some new shining stars out there […]

14Dec 2018

What a wonderful week it has been at school this week! Monday beganwith a trip to the British Film Institute where children in year 5 participated in a film festival. Over the course of this term the childrenhave been working with Jack from HeyDay to produce two films. Thechildren selected the film ‘William the Conkerer’ […]

13Dec 2018

Our children presented their film at the HeyDay Film Festival at The British Film Institute on Monday 11th December. Below are some pictures taken at the event. For a larger view, please click on the thumbnails below. We would like to take this opportunity to thank HeyDay for working so hard with our budding young […]

11Dec 2018

The school council and I met to discuss an issue that children had raised about the dining hall. Because of the size of the space and number of children dining it can be a little bit loud at times and we wanted to see if we could find a way to make the hall a […]

05Dec 2018

Year 3 have been having squash lessons, which they have thoroughly enjoyed. The fast pace of the game really keeps you fit, moving and alert. As part of their squash training, they attended a festival at the club in Beckenham. We took some pictures of our squash enthusiasts in action, which can be seen in  the […]

02Dec 2018

Turner Prize-winning artist and Oscar-winning filmmaker Steve McQueen is currently embarking on an ambitious contemporary art project and Worsley Bridge will feature in it!  Over the coming weeks members of the TATE team will be visiting schools right across London to photograph children in year 3. The class photos will be brought together into a […]

30Nov 2018

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 […]

23Nov 2018

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 […]

23Nov 2018

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 […]

16Nov 2018

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 […]

12Nov 2018

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 […]

12Nov 2018

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 […]

12Nov 2018

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 […]

03Nov 2018

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 […]

02Nov 2018

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. […]

17Oct 2018

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 […]

13Oct 2018

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 […]

06Oct 2018

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 […]

02Oct 2018

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 […]

21Sep 2018

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 […]

21Sep 2018

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 […]

10Sep 2018

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 […]

10Sep 2018

Good afternoon and a very warm welcome to the Autumn Term. It has been wonderful to see you all on the playground and we hope that you had a restful break. The children (as I am sure you are) seem to be enjoying being back at Worsley Bridge and they have made a wonderful start […]

19Jul 2018

It’s Movie Time!!! We ate a magnum ice creams, while watching Pee-wee’s Big Holiday. Following this we partook in a raffle for some holiday prizes and created some sweet cookie treats.  We took a few pictures of our day, which can be seen in the gallery below. Please click on the thumbnails for a larger view. ” […]

15Jul 2018

As the term draws to a close I would like to tell you about some of our staffing changes. On Thursday evening we held a celebration event for Mrs Dobson, who after 28 years of dedicated service to education, has decided to retire from life at school! We would like to thank Mrs Dobson for […]

15Jul 2018

We would like to say a very big thank you to Mr Anthony Salts for organising a brand new set of sports kit for us. You can see Bailey, Thea, Lydia, Rhianna, Maisie and Badru proudly modelling the new track suit, football and rugby/hockey kits! Sport at Worsley Bridge has really progressed well this year […]

06Jul 2018

Gardening Club have been working exceptionally hard over the past few weeks to prepare our entry into Bromley’s annual Wheel Barrow Competition. Careful thought, planning and preparation has gone into this year’s entry and I think you will agree that the result is amazing. What the photograph doesn’t show is the wonderful tactile quality of […]

06Jul 2018

On Wednesday we were joined by the ‘Everyone Matters’ project and were treated to the most magnificent concert. Margaret Archibald and her ensemble worked tirelessly all day with the whole of year 5 to teach them to perform as part of their orchestra. Several parents from year 5 joined us for the afternoon and Ates’ […]

04Jul 2018

On Friday the 29th of June 2018 class 3B visited the Crofton Roman Villa. In year 3 we are learning about Ancient Greece and how people lived in those days. On our trip we were observing the similarities and differences between the Ancient Greeks and the Romans. We examined the pots that had been excavated at the […]

22Jun 2018

Dear Parents and Carers It is always lovely to begin a Friday with a celebration assembly. The teachers and teaching assistants are finding it harder and harder to select just 2 children from each class as they can see that so many children have made great progress since the beginning of the year! Very well […]

15Jun 2018

This week our Year 4 class attended their first cricket tournament at Wickham Park. As well as amazing weather, our team of budding cricketers put in a great effort for what was their first ever tournament. Well done year 4! We took a few pictures of the team, which can be see in the gallery […]

11Jun 2018

On Friday the 8th of June 2018, year 3 created some delicious Greek foods, to go with our topic of Ancient Greece. The children thoroughly enjoyed chopping and mixing foods together to create; a salad with olives and feta cheese, pita bread with tuna and mayonnaise, a lettuce salad with an olive oil dressing and to finish […]

09Jun 2018

On Monday 21st our year five pupils enjoyed Japanese Day as part of their current project on Japan. The children undertook a plethora of fun and exciting workshops such as: Counting to 10 in Japanese Japanese traditional dress School life in Japan and Origami – The art of paper folding The children really enjoyed the […]

08Jun 2018

This week the school council worked with the area manager of Nourish who popped into Worsley Bridge Primary School to help taste food for next term’s menu. The children worked very hard as they had a very important and challenging job to appraise four foods​ and provide comments on each. We took a few pictures […]

23May 2018

On Tuesday 22nd May 2018, Year 4 visited Hampton Court; one of the most beloved homes of the great Tudor King, Henry VIII. The trip was to support our learning of the Tudors. It was a thoroughly insightful allowing children access to Henry VIII’s great palace. We explored the great hall, Tudor kitchens and beautiful […]

19May 2018

Dear Parents and Carers, I would like to start today’s letter by saying well done to Year 6 for their excellent attitudes and resilience this week as they took their SATs tests. The children came into school early to enjoy breakfast together with members of staff. The atmosphere was fantastic and the children were incredibly […]

04May 2018

Dear Parents and Carers, At our last parent’s evening over 200 families responded to our questionnaire to tell us how they thought we are doing! These surveys are very valuable to us because they help us to identify our strengths but more importantly any areas that are of concern to you. I am delighted to […]

04May 2018

Our fun after-school activity for younger children with their parents & carers will be on Thursday 10th May at 3.45 pm with a story from the Bible about Noah and the  COLOURS of the rainbow and games, crafts and a shared meal together finishing at 6pm. Cost £2.50 per child St Paul’s Church, Brackley Road, […]

04May 2018

A huge thank you must go to the PTFA for organising the quiz night last Friday. The event was well attended and much fun was had by all as teams pitted their wits against each to be crowned Worsley’s Wisest! Thanks must also go to Sapore  Vero for supplying the pizza at a discounted rate! […]

29Apr 2018

Another busy week has passed by at Worsley Bridge! On Tuesday there was great excitement in Year 2 as the children recreated ‘The Great Fire of London’. During the spring term 2W and 2B learned all about this huge tragedy through their history and geography lessons. As part of their art and DT work the […]

29Apr 2018

On Wednesday a very large delivery arrived for the children in Reception-their new bikes, tricycles and scooters! It was wonderful to see the children’s faces as they came to the carpark to collect them. The children are already whizzing them around their learning area and the children have been showing they can take turns really […]

23Apr 2018

Dear Parents, This is a reminder that the school will be used as a Polling Station and therefore we will be closed on 03-05-18. We are highly aware of the inconvenience this causes and have requested that the council consider another venue but our requests have been turned down. We have also considered trying to […]

26Mar 2018

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 […]

26Mar 2018

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 […]

26Mar 2018

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 […]

26Mar 2018

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 […]

26Mar 2018

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 […]

22Mar 2018

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 […]

20Mar 2018

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 […]

19Mar 2018

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 […]

16Mar 2018

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. […]

02Mar 2018

Dear Parents and Carers, Despite Mr Lam’s best efforts we have not be able to completely clear the playground and will therefore need to dismiss children from the Brackley Road entrance/exit. Please read this information carefully so that you know where to collect your child from: RW/RB- the gate used to access reception when your child first started […]

01Mar 2018

Below are a few shots of the children enjoying their Forest School sessions this week. Obviously, the children have enjoyed the blanket of snow covering our fields and woodlands over the past few days. For a larger view, please click on the thumbnails below. ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]

07Feb 2018

The Worsley Bridge Tag Rugby Team are having an amazing run of good fortune in their sporting activities lately including the the current Tag Rugby  tournament with our dedicated team working really hard together to push through. The team did brilliantly – winning 3, drawing 4 and losing 3.  A lot of games played in […]

02Feb 2018

On Tuesday 30th January 2018, our incredibly sporting children set off to take part in a hockey tournament at Langley Girls. Worsley Bridge Primary School had the pleasure of taking 8 children to compete on behalf of Worsley Bridge. Although we drew one match and lost 3 the children showed great resilience and determination and […]

31Jan 2018

Today the Worsley Bridge Girls’ Football Team took part in the Palace For Life girl​s’ football tournament. The tournament included the best teams from the borough. The girls did incredibly well, showing significant improvement from last year. Within a tough group, the girls managed two draws, a win and two losses. A very proud performance. […]

26Jan 2018

Both Year 4 classes were treated to an interactive drama workshop to bring their studies of ‘Earthquakes & Volcanoes’ to life. Children acted as the various types of volcanoes (extinct, dormant, active) and reenacted the infamous disaster at Pompeii as well as other major earthquake events. It was a thoroughly engaging workshop, which helped Year 4’s […]

24Jan 2018

Our year two children have been battling hard in the Rapid Fire Cricket Tournament over the past few weeks. Held at the KCC ground, the Rapid Fire tournament has pitted Worsley Bridge against some rather amazing young cricketers from schools within the borough such as Bickley, Oak Londge and Farnborough. Our amazing team did really […]

05Jan 2018

Welcome back and Happy New Year to you all! The children have got themselves off to an excellent start this term and are already working hard to achieve their academic targets, personal goals and new year resolutions! Well done everyone, please keep up the great work and positive attitudes! An integral part of life at […]

18Dec 2017

” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] On Thursday 14th December we participated in our first ever film festival at the British Film Institute. Our film was screened together with 9 other films from schools all across London. We had the most superb day and our film received high praise from everyone there. Please click on the […]

12Dec 2017

Over the past term 2 groups of year 5 children have been working with HeyDay films to create their own films. Yesterday we held a premiere in school to parents and pupils and thoroughly enjoyed the creations! Not only did the children learn an array of film making skills such as camera work, using a […]

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