All posts by: Tony Cavallo

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With SATs Week drawing closer, we have collated a series of very useful videos covering all aspects of the exam week and how best to prepare both at school and at home. Please choose from the options below. We hope that you find this new material useful. All About the KS2 Tests  Year 6 […]

We are looking forward to FINALLY having Scholastic Book Fair back from Thursday 19th May until Wednesday 25th May after school on the playground (weather permitting) This is a chance for you to buy books for your child/ren whilst also supporting the school, raising money to buy books for class libraries. And just like that […]

Year 1 said a sad goodbye to their chicks- They couldn’t believe how big they had grown over a short period of time! They were all fantastic at looking after the chicks and had a lovely time holding them and were all very gentle and caring. The chicks enabled the children to deepen their understanding […]

Lots of laughs and almost as many groans echoed around the classrooms as we celebrated Comic Relief Day. Thank you to you all for your generous donations- the total amount raised for Comic Relief and for the crisis in Ukraine is £ 417.52 Out annual Christmas Jumper Day back in December raised £269.95, this money […]

Dear Parents and Carers, What a crazy end to the week! Driving to school this morning the snow flurries were magical, then standing on the gate with the burst of colour and excitement as the children entered in their outfits for ‘Act a Fools Day’ was great to see. We have children wearing odd shoes, […]

This term, we will be celebrating Chinese New Year, week commencing 31st January, E-Safety and Mental Health Week on 7th – 11th February. This will be an opportunity for your child to celebrate and recognise different events by taking part in fun activities and an e-safety workshop. For Children’s Mental Health Week, we are asking […]

Each year group is starting their new topic for the Spring Term and it has been wonderful to see them excited about their learning. Year 5 have been blown away by the size of the solar system and the universe.  Reception have ventured ‘into the woods’ immersing themselves in their learning starting with the Gruffalo and […]

Due to the fact some children will have to self-isolate you should have a login for Google Classroom – an online remote learning platform that we use to allow for learning to take place at home and at school.  Live lessons are conducted through Google Meet via the Google Classroom login. Teachers may also upload […]

It has been great to have everyone back in school and learning right from the start of the term. There will undoubtedly be some disruptions as the Omicron wave subsides, but you can be assured that we will be making sure that all children receive the best education that we can give them and that […]

Harvest Festival has been in full swing and your donations are flooding in.  Thank you to everyone who has donated.  They will all be going to a good home, help the needy in our community and every donation is welcome.  We really do have a very generous and kind community here at Worsley Bridge.