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  • Sports Day Info

    Sports Day 2019 Friday 24th May   9:00am – 9:30am: Nursery and Starfish races   10:00am KS2 carousel followed by KS2 competitive finals   12:00pm Picnic lunch for…

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  • Year 3 – Times table challenge

    In Maths we have been focusing on division and have been working on worded Maths problems involving multiplication and division. In order for the children to be successful,…

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  • Year 1 learning

    We have lots planned for next half term and now the weather is warming up there will be lots of opportunities for outdoor learning. Please ensure your child…

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  • Year 1 update

    This term we have been learning about features of our local area and how this compares to Kenya. We have learnt the story Handa’s Surprise and made our…

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  • PE KIT!

    Just to remind everyone that our school PE kit is as follows: Plain navy blue shorts (or joggers in cold weather). Plain sky blue t-shirt. (Children may wear…

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Year 3 – Times table challenge


In Maths we have been focusing on division and have been working on worded Maths problems involving multiplication and division. In order for the children to be successful, they need a secure knowledge of their times tables.

As many are struggling to recall their 3, 4, 8, times tables facts quickly, we have set up a TTRock Stars battle of the bands between the two Year 3 classes. Please encourage your children to take part in the battle as this will benefit them in their learning.

Thanks for your continued support

Year 3 team

Governor Update: Summer Term 2019


We hope that everyone had a really enjoyable and peaceful Easter break. Of course the great weather is scheduled to change as soon as the Summer Term starts!

On the one hand we look back at a very successful Spring Term which saw another amazing Science Week with owls visiting the school and then a trip to the Rye Meads Nature Reserve. There was also World Book Day which focused on reading and included a library loan session for children to borrow books from a newly purchased selection of books.   All these experiences do really help further the learning of each and every child.

A review of the Spring Term cannot fail to mention the Well being Award. We congratulate everyone involved. It really establishes the school’s commitment to promoting well-being and positive mental health. It is clear from all Governor visits that have taken place that this is something that the children are engaged with and that they understand the important part it plays in their learning.

Looking forward, the Summer Term is certainly the business end of the school year. Summer concerts and sports day are on the horizon. We wish all children in Year 2 and Year 6 all the best with their upcoming statutory asesments.

The Governing Body will be kept busy this term and we are pleased to announce that following the recent parent governor recruitment campaign that Ellie Ridgeway will continue to serve for a second 4 year term. In addition we have two new faces as we welcome new parent governors, Joanna Galloway and Zoe Marshall.
Wormley Govorning Body

Important: letters to be replaced by email


As part of our continuing efforts to reduce waste and lessen our negative impact on the environment, the school is increasing the amount of its ‘paperless’ communication.  The financial savings will enable the school to allocate additional funds to support teaching and learning for our pupils; we will also considerably reduce our environmental footprint by the reduction in our use of paper and other consumables. It also brings us in line with other local schools.

Many parents report that they do not receive letters, or that they find them at the bottom of book bags once they are out of date. It makes sense, then, that we review this method of communication.

What does this mean for parents?

  • All generic communications will be sent via e-mail, will also be posted on the school blog and will appear on our website: To receive the blog, it is recommended that you download the school APP from Google Play or App Store.
  • The school will continue to send out our monthly newsletter ‘News on the 19th’ via email
  • Text messages will continue to be used for brief reminders or notices
  • Consent for trips can often be given via Wisepay, however if you need a printed copy and do not have access to a printer, spare copies will be held in the school office
  • We will continue to blog, post on twitter and facebook about events in school

What do parents need to do?

  • Let us know if we do not have your up to date email address – this information has been sent via email so you can check you receive it
  • Download the school APP
  • If you are a Facebook and / or twitter user, then consider following the school

We need your plastic!


School are involved in an exciting recycling project led by Paradise Wildlife Park. Our Pupil Parliament and art ambassadors will be working together to create a life-size lion which will go on display at the park in early Summer.

They have decided to build the lion from recycled plastic and eco-bricks (a plastic bottle packed tightly with clean and dry, non-biodegradable  plastic waste). For this, they need donations of clean, plastic bottles and clean plastic (such as cellophane, crisp packets etc) please. You may want to make your own eco-brick at home over the Easter break.

Year 3 – Inter-house Sports Competition


Year 3 and 4 will be taking part in an inter-house sports competition next Wednesday 27th March. They will be taking part in either a Football, Netball, Basketball, Athletics tournament and will need to wear a t-shirt in their house colour, along with their PE joggers and trainers. Please make sure they have their water bottle in school.

The children will also have their normal PE and French lesson on Tuesday 26th March so please make sure they have their PE kit in school for both days.


Mrs Bolden and Mrs Wright