Friday, 16 February 2018

Street Dance Festival Winners

What a fantastic night! Wolverham came first in the Street Dance Festival! The children made all of the practise and hard work count in an excellent display in front of a packed audience at the UCEA. Their routine was excellent and the judges agreed. Kaylee from first footers and Mrs Bond have done a super job preparing them for tonight's festival. Well done to all involved.

Monday, 5 February 2018

Children's Mental Health Week

What a way to start a Monday morning!

We had our second visit from Pop Project today, this time focusing on Children's Mental Health Week with a show called...I feel good!

Children from Nursery all the way up to Year 6 took part today and learnt about how to have a healthy mind, body and spirit.  Activities such as Tai Chi and meditation that showed us how to stay calm and we danced and sang to some fantastic feel good music. We learnt about famous people who had overcome barriers and we were encouraged to DO IT (not quit!). 

 Tai Chi


Sunday, 21 January 2018

Wheelchair rugby

KS2 had a real treat this week as all of  the children had the opportunity to play wheelchair rugby. Martin Beddis, the coach of the English wheelchair rugby team, came into school and taught the children the rules of the sport. All of the teachers were amazed at how quickly the children  were able to pick up the sport. Without exception, all of the children had a fantastic time. They worked together as a team and had the opportunity to play a sport that they wouldn't usually get the chance to experience. Well done KS2!

Thursday, 9 November 2017

Year 5/6 Football competition

Children from years 5 & 6 represented the school this evening in a football competition at the UCEA. Everyone played really well and worked together as a team. All of the  children involved should be incredibly proud of their performances. Well done All!

Wednesday, 8 November 2017

Christmas Shoe box Appeal

This morning, as part of our  RE topic about Charity, Year 6 helped to prepare the shoe boxes for the Christmas appeal. We couldn't believe how generous the children, parents and carers at Wolverham had been and we were overwhelmed with the amount of donations we had received.

We have been able to make 54 shoe boxes and we talked about what a difference this will make to so many children on Christmas morning,

Many thanks to Mrs Bond (who organises this event in our school) and to all the people in our school community who kindly donated to this appeal.