Church assembly, by Miss Caldwell
Date: 4th Jul 2019 @ 1:00pm
We are all proud of the way in which all the reception performed in our class assembly. They were absolutely brilliant. It is such a privilage to have seen them grow and develop since September, watching as their personalities have changed. We hope you enjoyed hearing about all their favourite memories from their first year in school.
We are now looking forward to our trip to the Blue planet aquarium!
Billys Bucket, by Miss Caldwell
Date: 4th Jul 2019 @ 12:56pm
Plum class have had a fantastic morning innovating our story map of Billy's bucket. We have practiced reading and performing it as a class. Maybe they could tell you the story when they get home. Miss Caldwell is very proud of how hard they all worked as a team this morning to create our new story. They then went and worked independently to create their own versions of 'Billy's bucket'. Well done Plum class!
Summer Fair, by Mrs Swift
Date: 3rd Jul 2019 @ 9:14am
Thank you to everyone who supported our Summer Fair. Thank you to our Mayor for also coming along to support us. We raised just over £1300 which will go toward enriching our childrens school experience.
Year 2 trip to Lower Moss Wood, by Mrs King
Date: 5th Jun 2019 @ 4:54pm
This week Year 2 have had a very enjoyable trip to Lower Moss Wood. When we arrived we met Ray, who was very excited to show us around the wood and talk to us about the wildlife that lives there. He taught us some bird songs, showed us the tallest tree in the world, and even allowed us to join in with his play about nettles!
After lunch we were allowed to go pond dipping, and we managed to catch lots of exciting creatures - it's not just frogs that live in ponds! The day seemed extremely tiring for some, as we had many snoozers on the bus on the way back to school!
I'm sure your children will enjoy telling you all about the funny things that happened on the trip, as well as everything they learnt (which was a lot!)
As always, a big thank you to all the parent helpers who came along - without you, the trip couldn't go ahead so we really appreciate your time, thank you very much.
Colomendy Residential - Loggerheads, by Mr Sear
Date: 16th May 2019 @ 3:03pm
Here a few of the pictures of the children taking part in some the fantastic activities whilst on the residential. We were extremely proud of how they all behaved and had a go at the activities no matter how scary it seemed.
Elm get ready for sports day., by Mrs Swift
Date: 16th May 2019 @ 2:26pm
Elm have been out this afternoon practicing for sports day. We have had lots of fun and noticed a few budding olympians.
Christian Values Day - SERVICE, by Mrs Wilson
Date: 26th Apr 2019 @ 5:55pm
We started today with Collective Worship with Robin, where we learned about Jesus washing the disciples' feet. Although he was the most important person, he still served his disciples.
We then learned about people who serve us in our community - we made a long list! People who help us include doctors, nurses, police officers, fire fighters, dentists, road workers, carers and teachers!
We created collages of people who help us, which are now on display in our corridor, so look out for them when you next visit school.
Beeston Residential 2019 - Beech, by Miss Manton
Date: 8th Mar 2019 @ 10:01am
We had a fantastic time at Beeston! On our first day we enjoyed a lovely, but very wet walk to Beeston Castle and we explored the woods finding lots of interesting objects along the way. During the Evening, we weaved fish out of willow and drank hot chocolate around a campfire. Tuesday morning saw lots of tired faces! However, we still had a great time in our Stone Age Workshop. We learned how to grind flour and we made our own bread around the campfire. We also learned how a hunter gatherer would catch their own food using a bow and arrow. Everyone had an amazing time and I am very proud of everyone for their fantastic behaviour and for being excellent ambassadors for our school! Hope you all sleep well this weekend!
Morrison's Book Hamper, by Mrs Swift
Date: 7th Mar 2019 @ 3:19pm
We were extremely lucky today. Morrisons have donated a wonderful hamper full of books. We are very grateful and the children will really enjoy reading them. Thank you to Morrisons.
Daddy Bear visits Wharton Primary, by Mrs Swift
Date: 7th Mar 2019 @ 12:26pm
Daddy Bear came to school to hunt for Goldilocks and his missing porridge. Would you believe he never found a single Goldilocks in the whole school. He did have lots of fun though causing havoc. The children all enjoyed his visit and some even claimed to be the porridge thieves. Mrs Tomlinson was very pleased when he joined her meeting and he even had a sit in the Head Teachers chair!
Beeston residential - Oak 2019, by Miss Preston
Date: 7th Mar 2019 @ 12:18pm
The whole of Year 3 went to Beeston for 2 days and 1 night. We were very busy the whole time and we enjoyed every minute! We took part in many activities such as; team building games, a walk to Beeston Castle, exploring local woods to find interesting things, Dairy writing, a campfire with hot chocolate and a singsong, a bedtime story, we learnt how stone age people grinded wheat to make flour, peeled bark of sticks using a stone age knife, another campfire - after collecting our own kindling, we made stoneage bread (with honey of course!), we then had a go at Archery ( what a hunter gatherer would do) and much more inbetween, inlcuding eating yummy food! Everyone had a brilliant time and would like to go again!
World Book Day, by Mrs Swift
Date: 7th Mar 2019 @ 12:14pm
The children looked fantastic in their costumes. It was great to hear about all their favourite books.
Shrove Tuesday Fun, by Mrs Swift
Date: 6th Mar 2019 @ 8:31am
We looked at the meaning of Shrove Tuesday. We then went outside to have some fun and did a pancake tossing relay.
World Book Day, by Mrs Wilson
Date: 14th Feb 2019 @ 12:11pm
We are looking forward to celebrating World Book Day on Thursday 7th March. All children are invited to come to school dressed as their favourite character from any fairy tale or fantasy story - the choice is yours! On the day, we will be reading and sharing our favourite stories and taking part in lots of activities based around our faourite books.
Church Assembly, by Mrs Wilson
Date: 1st Feb 2019 @ 5:12pm
We look forward to seeing as many parents and carers as possible at Christ Church, Wharton, on Tuesday morning for our Church Assembly. We have lots to share with you!
Snowy weather, by Mrs Wilson
Date: 1st Feb 2019 @ 5:10pm
Thank you to all the parents and carers for their support in the change in routine at home time during the cold weather. If we have any more snow, could you please ensure your child brings a pair of wellies or other suitable outdoor footwear plus a change of socks or tights. Thank you.
Christian Values Day PERSERVERANCE, by Mrs Wilson
Date: 15th Jan 2019 @ 4:52pm
We had a wonderful day on Friday learning about the meaning of perserverance. We had to persevere and try to build a tower of bricks using only tweezers (really tricky!), we tried hard to thread beads on a string using only one hand (this was really tricky too!) and aim quoits to land on a cone (this was the trickiest of all!)
Group two try on the fire kit, by Mrs Swift
Date: 7th Jan 2019 @ 8:34am
The children are continuing to enjoy the visits to the fire station. We looked at different modes of transport and how to stay safe whilst using them. They got to try on the full fire kit and then were timed putting it back on. They were almost as quick as the real fire crew.
fire kit, by Mrs Swift
Date: 20th Nov 2018 @ 8:48am
This week the children got to try on a fire kit. They were then timed to see how fast they could get their kits on, they were brilliant at it and managed to do it inside the 90 seconds they needed to. They then practiced rolling out a hose and rolling it back up. They all really enjoyed it.
WEP Concert practice, by Mrs Swift
Date: 14th Nov 2018 @ 3:34pm
Today we were lucky enough to welcome the year 5 children from Willow Wood who joined us in a WEP christmas performance rehearsal. The session was led by Miss Howbrigg from Oaklands school who co-ordinates the perfomances every year. We are very excited about this years production.
Cake Sale , by Ms Jackson
Date: 24th Oct 2018 @ 3:05pm
Today we had a cake sale at playtime, we raised £114 which will go towards a poppies and poetry workshop for year 6 children. This event was a huge sucess and all the children enjoyed their cakes .
year 6 at the Fire Station, by Mrs Swift
Date: 8th Oct 2018 @ 3:58pm
The children had their last visit to the Fire Station today. They learnt how to role a hose out and role it back up again. They then had a race in teams to see who could role out the hose, connect to the water supply and spray the water first. All this in full fire kit! They also did some more classroom based work on keeping themselves safe aroud fire and electricity. Next week a new group of 10 children will attend.
Fire Station Visit, by Mrs Swift
Date: 17th Sep 2018 @ 4:14pm
Year 6 have got the exciting opportunity of being part of a Fire Service programme. They will go in small groups for 4/5 weeks to take part in activities that will help to educate them on keeping safe. Today we got a tour of the fire station and were shown all the different equipment on a fire engine, The children were even lucky enough to sit in the drivers seat! We played some games and started to look at rules and why we have them.
Egg-citing News!, by Mrs King
Date: 7th Sep 2018 @ 7:56am
Yesterday, a silver egg appeared in Cherry class, covered in what looked like scales! The children kept a watchful eye all day, but could see no signs of the egg hatching. This morning, all that is left in the nest we made are some golden scales, that appear to be trailing out of the door! I wonder what is going on....
Butterflies in Elm class, by Miss Smith-Shelton
Date: 29th Jun 2018 @ 5:03pm
In Elm class, we have been learning about the life cycle of caterpillars. As part of this, we have been observing the tranformation of caterpillars to buttterflies. We started the term with 6 tiny caterpillars, but saw how they soon grew much, much bigger! After a few days, they formed chyrsallids, where they began their transformation to butterflies! On Thursday 28th, we noticed something moving in the net where we kept them and found that 2 butterflies had emerged. We came in this morning and the other 4 had emerged too!
Here are some pictures Miss Smith-Shelton and some Elm pupils took of our beautiful butterflies.