Friday, 27 November 2015

Courtesy Cup Winner

A big congratulations to Jessica for winning this weeks Courtesy Cup.

Headteachers Award Winners

Congratulations to Darcie, Miah, Cameron & Amber. Mrs Webb has noticed how hard you have all been working this week!

Stars of the Week

A huge well done to all of  our Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 Star of the Week Winners. We are very proud of all of the hard work you have been doing this week!

Wednesday, 4 November 2015

Anti Bullying Production

The whole school watched a brilliant anti-bullying production from the Rhema Theatre company. The show helped the children recognise the problems with bullying. During the rest of they day, the children had workshops based on the show.

Monday, 19 October 2015

Harvest Assembly - Foundation Stage/Key Stage One

Thank you to parents and carers for joining us at our Harvet Celebration Assembly with Gill Foster from St Thomas' Church. Children from Nursery to year 2 shared what they have learnt about harvest time, helping others and the importance of saying thank you for our food.
Over the last 2 weeks children have been bringing in harvest donations. We have collected a variety of lovely food to donate to our local Food Bank.

Friday, 16 October 2015

Year 2 - Everton mini-kickers 5-aside football competition

This afternoon, year 2 took part in the Everton mini-kickers 5-aside football competition at the UCE Academy. In total, there were ten teams from local schools that took part in the competition.

Wolverham won their first four games without conceding a single goal, which meant we went straight through to the final. We played really well in the final, but unfortunately we just lost out to St Saviour's, who won the final 2-0.

Wolverham took a squad of nine players, and all of them played a huge part in our success. Well done everyone, and well done to Harvey, who was our top scorer with EIGHT goals.

We're already looking forward to the next competition!

Friday, 2 October 2015

Fencing club

It's the second week of fencing club, and years 4, 5 & 6 are already starting to show real progress. Here are a few photos from Friday's session.

Sunday, 27 September 2015

Online Safety Session

Mr Bullen is running an Online Safety session on Wednesday 30th September. It starts at 2:15pm and will be finished in time for you to collect your children at the end of the day. The session will give you updates around online safety and will provide helpful tips on how to keep your children safe online. Refreshments provided!  We look forward to seeing you...

Monday, 14 September 2015

Wolverham welcome Beth Tweddle!

During the past year, every child throughout the school has taken part in gymnastics with Ashleigh from the Beth Tweddle Accademy. To celebrate this partnership, and launch our teaching series this year, Beth Tweddle came to school to deliver an inspiring assembly. We had a great time and all the children are excited about gymnastics this year.

Friday, 11 September 2015

Headteachers Award

Well done to Keira, Hayden, Luke and Caitlin for achieving Mrs Webb's Headteachers Award this week!

Courtesy Cup winner!

A huge congratulations to Kenzie for winning the Courtesy Cup this week!

Stars of the Week

A big well done to all of the Key Stage 2 Stars of the Week this week. Everyone is working hard and it has been great to see so many children producing some excellent work.
Keep up the hard work!

Thursday, 10 September 2015

Super summer homework!

Well done to everyone who completed some homework over the summer holiday. All the teachers were very impressed and the children were all very creative. Please see some pictures below, but check out the class page blogs for more pictures.

Tuesday, 16 June 2015

Sports Day - KS1 and KS2

Well done to all of those children who took part in sports day this year. You all tried really hard and I know the parents and carers who came to support you were all very proud. A few pictures from the afternoon...

Monday, 15 June 2015

Stop Cyberbullying Day - Friday 19th June

Stop Cyberbullying Day - Friday 19th June 

Stop Cyberbullying Day is an annual day where everybody can get involved and make a difference both on and off-line. The Cybersmile Foundation are asking everybody who cares about cyberbullying and online hate campaigns, to join their growing movement for action against online bullying and to help create a much safer more enjoyable environment for our children’s future...  Click here for more info

Friday, 12 June 2015

Stars of the week!

A big well done to all of the stars of the week this week. Everyone is working hard and it has been great to see so many children producing some excellent work. Keep up the hard work!

Thursday, 21 May 2015

E-Safety - Keeping you updated...

UK Safer Internet Centre have just produced and published three brand new checklists - for TwitterSnapchat Instagram, with the same style and format as our hugely popular Facebook checklist. Click the links for more information.

The checklists cover everything you need to know in order to manage your information and stay safe online while using these services. The handy guides include advice on how to manage your privacy and control what and who you share information with, how to block and report, as well as how delete or deactivate an account. All three checklists were produced by the Safer Internet Centre helpline in partnership with safety teams of the three service providers - Facebook, Snapchat & Twitter.  Click the links for more information.


Thursday, 30 April 2015

Open Day for Cheshire Police and Fire, Cheshire Police Headquarters

Cheshire Police and Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service will be hosting an action-packed day at Cheshire Police Headquarters.

The fun filled event, which is free for all the community takes place between 11am and 4pm on Sunday 17 May.

There will be interactive displays and exhibitions that will give you the chance to see the complex nature of the work we do and how the two emergency services work together to protect the community.

Staff from both emergency services will also be on hand to answer questions and give advice on staying safe and preventing crime.

Chief Constable Simon Byrne said:

This will be my first open day here in Cheshire and it will give me the opportunity to show you what we do, from local community policing through to tackling organised crime and dealing with riots. You will be able to see how officers and staff from the police and fire service work together to protect the community and reinforce the message that we’re here for our communities.

Chief Fire Officer Paul Hancock added,

This is the seventh Joint emergency Service Open Day and it’s been very well attended in the past. This year we hope it will once again give the public an insight into the work we do, but more importantly help to educate people around the dangers of fire and about driving safely on our roads.

Vintage and modern fire and police vehicles will be showcased and there will be displays in the main arena throughout the day. Fire and police search and rescue dogs will also be in attendance.

For children there will be free activities including face painting, a climbing wallcraft area and circus workshop as well as a treasure hunt to keep them occupied. Refreshments, including hot and cold food, will also be available to buy. The address for the Joint emergency Open Day is:

Cheshire Police HQ,
Clemonds Hey,
Oakmere Road,

Parking is available around the site from 11am to 4pm.

Sunday, 19 April 2015