Westlands Primary School is a creative learning environment where all children are supported to aim high and achieve their best
Welcome to Westlands Primary School. We are an exciting, forward looking, and innovative school.
Our children are hard-working, enjoy a challenge and love to learn. We provide a huge array of activities for children to broaden their experiences which you will be able to see through our news and updates. Working in partnership with parents, carers and other key members of the community we aim to provide a broad and balanced curriculum for all.
If you want to find out about what we are learning please have a look at our ‘year group’ pages. Paper copies are available on request from the school office.
The website is regularly updated so come back again soon to keep up to date with everything that is going on here at Westlands Primary School!
Karen Mirams, Executive Headteacher
Victoria Pettett, Head of School
As we are begin to get into the Christmas spirit we are pleased to let you know that we will be allowing children to exchange Christmas cards this year.
If your child is entitled to means-tested free school means (NOT universal infant free school meals for Years R, 1 and 2) you are entitled to a supermarket voucher from KCC to cover the school closure period over the Christmas holidays.
You have donated a whopping £356.80 for Children in Need so far - thank you so much!
Please remember to let us know as soon as possible if your child is going to be absent from school so that we can mark the register accordingly and not need to disturb you with a phone call.
This Friday there is a slight change to the Pabulum menu - the chocolate and beetroot brownie has been replaced with Belgian waffle.
This week in Year 6 we have been focussing on Anti-bullying week.
Please can we remind you that dogs are not permitted on the school grounds, even if they are small and being carried. Thank you
Don't forget, it's our Children in Need fund raiser non-school uniform day tomorrow
Our staff and pupils observed the 2 minutes' silence to pay their respects on Remembrance Day today, and Year 1 pupils made a wreath.
Since returning in September, Year 5 have settled well into their classes. They have learnt many new skills, and been able to apply these within their work