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26-09-2016 - Information
Now that the new build is in use please see the map at the link below for the location of classes.
Please take your child to their classroom in the morning.
Collection will remain in the same place as it was last week.
For a full size map please click here.
26-09-2016 - New Block Completed!
As of this morning, the new extension of the Westlands Primary building is complete!
With teachers and pupils finally moving into their fantastic new KIER classrooms; all are thoroughly impressed by the modern and spacious rooms in which we are to learn!
Westlands Primary is extremely pleased to finally unveil this substantial construction project to our School Community after the previous few months of superb patience and support from our Parents, Carers and pupils.
Later this year we will be arranging tours for our School Community to inspect the newly refurbished building; Parents and Carers will be made aware nearer the time.
With this fantastic extension complete, there is a great deal of work still ongoing and parts of Westlands Primary are continuing as a construction site.
As such, it is important that the following is considered and maintained by our School Community:
Owing to pupils needing to navigate the school by walking around the outside, as the inner corridors are being worked upon, it is vital that pupils attend school with appropriate clothing for the weather. Pupils should be attending school with waterproof coats, hoods and wellies.
The morning drop-off and afternoon collection points will be remaining the same. Year 1 and 2 will still be collected from the field.
Most importantly, with so much change on and around the school site it is imperative that children, once released to parents, are supervised at all times. All children are their Parent’s and Carer's responsibility while they make their way to their class and as they leave the school site. Please ensure all children, particularly young children, are made aware of potential hazards as they move around the school site.
If you haven't had the chance to see the completed building; please view the photos below and enjoy the marvellous results of Westlands Primary's outstanding teamwork over the past few months!
Finally; THANK YOU to all our School Community for helping us with this incredible time in Westlands Primary's growth; this would not have been possible without your support.
21-09-2016 - Guinea Pigs at WPS!
On Monday afternoon, Year 1 were thrilled to be visited by three very furry friends; each of whom had come to help them with the children's current Topic of Animals!
These were Zooma, Marshall and Gizmo, three really rather adorable Guinea Pigs!
Brought in by Josh's very kind mother; the children were able to inspect the Guinea Pigs, holding and feeding them, as well as watching them scurry about in their little enclosure.
Josh's Mum answered all the questions we had and the children were delighted to find out all they could about the fascinating creatures!
THANK YOU to Josh's Mum for bringing them in and THANK YOU to Zooma, Marshall and Gizmo for such wonderful patience as we learnt!
19-09-2016 - Year 3're Making History!
Making history indeed; as Year 3 have spent the first part of this term studying their Topic of Prehistoric Humanity!
Year 3 have been learning all about the incredible times our ancient species used to endure, from hunting enormous Woolly Mammoths to learning how to speak for the first time!
One of the most crucial things Year 3 have been studying is the Prehistoric Art that people have found around the globe, on cave walls and mountainsides; trying tell convey some fascinating stories!
What were the ancient humans trying to tell with their attempted articulation upon these cave walls? Whatever it may have been; Year 3 have been very much so impressed and were inspired to be just as impressive!
Creating their very own cave art (only this time on paper or using clay), Year 3 have transformed their corridor into a highly convincing cave; filled with their beautiful paintings and wonderful interpretations of cave art!
WELL DONE Year 3 for such fantastic art and dedication to your ancient history!
19-09-2016 - Golden Names Galore!
In at last are the Golden Names for last week; all the children who's effort, behaviour and actions throughout the week have impressed their class so much they've been awarded a Golden Certificate!
Is your name here!? Just take a look below and find out who our Golden Certificate Superstars are!
- This week's @KMSittingbourne has the fantastic news of our Year 6 residential! Take a look! Thu Jul 14 08:14:54 +0000 2016
- Extra Curricular After School Clubs finish this week with the exception of Creepy Claws and Street Dance who have one more session next week Wed Jul 06 11:58:13 +0000 2016
- Transition Year 2 (current Year 1) - you will be swimming on Wednesday during transition week next week. Wed Jul 06 11:58:04 +0000 2016
- Today's @KMSittingbourne has the splendid news of Year 5's magical world of journalism! Give it a read Wed Jul 06 10:21:56 +0000 2016
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