Gymnastic routines16-03-2020 | 15:31:12 | No Comments

In Y6, we have been working on our gymnastic sequences for a number of weeks. Today was our final practice session. Next week, we will be recording our sequence using the iPads before evaluating them.

Here are some action photos for you to enjoy!

Making magnetometers! @ogdentrust #WerringtonSTEM #BritishScienceWeek202013-03-2020 | 15:38:48 | No Comments

As part of our British Science week activities, Y6 thoroughly enjoyed the challenge of making their very own magnetometers during our ‘Phizzi Practical’. The idea for our activity came from the Ogden Trust. It was a great challenge and involved lots of maths skills, problem solving, teamwork and communication but we are pretty happy with the results! You can view some photos of our pupils taking part in the activity below.

World Book Day 202012-03-2020 | 13:18:37 | No Comments

On Thursday 5th March, everybody at Werrington Primary School celebrated World Book Day. This year, the theme was ‘Pyjama Day’. Pupils and staff were invited to come in to school dressed in their pyjamas and were also allowed to bring a favourite bedtime book, pillow and teddy bear. Children did a variety of reading-based activities throughout the day before we the whole school settled down for ‘bedtime’ stories in their classrooms at 2.45pm. In Y6, we opted to share a few spooky ones together…

Although we love World Book Day at Werrington Primary School, we believe reading should be important every day and actively endeavour to instil a love of reading in all of our pupils. We are blessed to have a phenomenal selection of high quality books to choose from in Y6 – there is truly something for eeverybody!

Below are some photos from the day – enjoy!

Pizza Making06-03-2020 | 17:05:33 | No Comments

It was the turn of Mrs Lockett’s class to visit Pizza Express this morning where they participated in a pizza making session. Everybody had a wonderful time (and even the adults got to make a pizza too!).

During the visit, the children got the chance to:

• Learn some important cooking basics (including hygiene);

• Top their pizzas with passata (tomato) sauce and mozzarella;

• Take part in an ‘Ingredients Quiz’ where they didn’t just learn about different ingredients, they got to taste them too!

• Eat their pizzas back at school (although we may have had a cheeky slice or two while we waited for the coach)!

Everybody had a wonderful time (and even the adults got to make a pizza too!).

We would like to say a massive ‘THANK YOU‘ to Ella and the team who were all magnificent. The session was extremely well resourced and organised, and the staff were all very knowledgeable, friendly and welcoming!

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