Our New Sensory Room
This wonderful new addition to our school has already benefited many of our children and the staff love it too! We are hoping to introduce this relaxing space to all of the children in the school over the next few weeks so that they can tell us what they think about the amazing resources in it. The children's feedback will allow us to develop this fantastic space even further.
Christmas Party Lunch
We had a very special visitor!!
Christmas Performance at The Beggar's Theatre, Millom.
Christmas wouldn't be Christmas without a Christmas play and what a truly fantastic evening this was. The Waberthwaite team of dedicated staff and amazing pupils put on outstanding performances of Hey Ewe and Twelfth Night. The pupils performed with gusto and the evening really showcased the team spirit and close bond that exists between staff and pupils in a small school like ours. The staff are once more immensely proud, as we're sure friends and families of the school are too.
Thank you to Jackie at The Beggar's Theatre for your time, support and perfect venue for our performances.
St Begas and Waberthwaite School's
It was great to get together with St Begas School for our annual Christingle Service this afternoon. Both schools sang songs, played their instruments, worked collaboratively in the 'collect the gift race' and cheered for their teacher as they battled it out in the 'create a Christingle' challenge. It was quite an exciting service!
This afternoon we were joined by Natalie from Little Lifers first aid and she was teaching the children from Years 3,4,5 & 6 Invaluable first aid skills.
The children really enjoyed a hands on approach to learning these vital skills, which you can see in the photos below.
Don't be surprised if you are put into the recovery position in the following days, the children need to secure their first aid skills.
Waberthwaite school is so lucky to have these fabulous first aiders in our midst.
Westmorland County Show
On Thursday 13th September the whole school visited the Westmorland County Show ground.
We enjoyed looking at all of the exhibits and meeting lots of exhibitors.
Sporting Value Achievements
Today we celebrated our sporting achievements.
During the year we have been looking for the children who best represent our sporting values.
The values are as listed below....
Well done to everyone who received an award!
Year 6 Chinese Buffet
What a treat from Mrs J! She put on a fantastic Chinese feast for the year 6's last week of dinner treats. Look out for the 'Lady and the Tramp' moment with Jack and Ted...
Year 6 are extremely excited about preparing afternoon tea with Mrs J tomorrow for the whole school.
Waberthwaite School Sports Day
How amazing are our girls and boys? What a fantastic sports day we held. Congratulations to everyone for taking part and thank to everyone who came to spectate.
The results were as follows.
1st Red Team
2nd Green Team
3rd Blue Team
Year 6 Leavers service at Carlisle Cathedral
The first of a series of goodbyes to our fabulous year 6 group. We have been, and continue to be, so proud of you all!
A big thank you to everyone who took part in our Easter competition.
There were some fantastic designs and the children were all extremely proud of themselves!
A huge thank you to the PTA who organised a lovely Easter Fair, where each class were able to performed a song or, in class 3's case, an Easter rap!
Whole School Working Together
Working Together - On Friday afternoon we brought the whole school together for a shared reading session .We then worked together as a team on a STEM challenge. Using the materials provided we had to build the highest tower to hold the wooden figure. We had some amazing creations. Some groups found it easy and others found it hard. Two prizes were awarded. First prize to the highest tower, another prize was given to the team that showed the best team work. We especially took into consideration our Christian Values, we were looking for Compassion, Kindness, Friendship and Endurance.
Well done to everyone for taking part and Congratulations to the two winning teams.
Class 3 are once again taking part in the Centre for Leadership Performance's Bright Stars competition. This involves the children designing and creating an enterprise business for which they are given a start-up fund of £50. We can't wait to see what they decide to do with this years capital and we hope you will support them in their business venture!
Thanks to NSG for agreeing to work with us as our business partners and for supporting the children in their efforts. The competition runs until Monday 12th March. Wish us luck!