Today, the children were told an Olympic athlete will be visiting our school on Friday 29th November! We will be revealing who the athlete is next week, but in the mean time we have sent home sponsorship forms to help raise money for the event. On the day, our athlete will lead an assembly, and the children will be taking part in a sports circuit.
We are asking that each child is sponsored at least £1, which will be donated to the athlete’s fund. Any monies raised above this amount will be donated to the school for new sports equipment.
The deadline for the sponsorship is Friday 22nd November!
Thank you for your support.
Please check your emails for a reminder about our new fencing club.
There are still spaces available for you to sign up!
Yesterday, to launch our Hello Yellow Day, we focussed on Agent Kinetic. We were lucky enough to welcome members of the Team GB fencing team to Wormley. They taught us a lot about fencing as a sport, the history of fencing and we even got to watch a match. The children (and staff) absolutely loved it and we are now excited to announce Fighting Fit Fencing will be running a club at Wormley. Look out for an email next week with more information.
This term, Aldi’s Kit for Schools is giving 20 primary schools the chance to win £20,000 to kick start a health legacy for pupils.
Children and parents we need your help!
Aldi are giving away Team GB stickers (up until November 3rd) when you spend £30 or more in store. Please bring your stickers to the school office and we can add them to our poster. If we collect 300 stickers, we will receive a free school sports kit, and the chance to win a £20,000 cash prize!
Check out Aldi’s website for more information on the Get Set To Eat Fresh programme.
Today, two year 6 teams took part in a rounders tournament alongside ten other teams. Both Wormley teams played so well and our first team made it to the finals and came 2nd overall. (More silverware for us this year!)
The head of PE at John Warner pulled our teachers to one side to tell them that Wormley were the only school who didn’t argue with the umpires, didn’t dispute any decisions and stood out for their great sportsmanship and excellent manners. We are so proud of you. Well done Wormley!