Monday, we started off with breakfast: Waffles,toast,cereal, crumpets. Then we did revision and did a reading comprehension. Tuesday, we had breakfast again. Then we did revision and a GPS test (Grammar Punctuation Spelling) We also had a spelling test. Wednesday we started the day as we always do. Breakfast. Then we did some revision and had a maths test A and a mental math test. Thursday we had breakfast again. Then we did some revision for our last test of the week. Maths test B. Friday we had our last breakfast together. Then we had assembly. After that we went on a walk around Wareside. During the walk we saw tiny piglets. We almost got lost. By Billy
This week Year six have had to have the most nerve wracking days of their lives because they had SATS.
Although we had a hard ,complicated week we also had amazing breakfasts. We had the lot : crumpets, waffles, cereals, toast all of the most scrumptious foods for breakfasts out there.
On Friday we went on a walk all around Wareside visiting places we have never been before. We found a snail a big as hand, but as big as it was, it was slower than a tortoise. By Cameron
This week Year 6 and I had to do SATS tests, but for me it wasn’t all bad. At the start of the week in the morning we got to have a delicious breakfast. After that we did some revision of the subject before starting the tests. I felt quite nervous about the test but I managed to make it through. On Friday we went on a hike around Wareside in a big circle. We also took a lot of pictures of the wilderness. By Nathan
The whole school gathered on the field to start the day. Rev. Mark blessed our day, our school community on our exciting spiritual journey and our apple tree; planted to commemorate the day. We are hoping that as the school grows, so do the apples, reminding us of our four Christian values – Faith, Love, Courage and Patience.
Here’s Year 6 planting the tree; everyone put soil around the roots to help it grow and flourish.
Dear Wareside C of E School Community,
This blog has been set up to allow us to communicate with you all quickly and effectively. The idea is that we can upload photos and comments on events, as and when they happen.
The Values Celebration Day was a great event, yet we haven’t been able to show you all the photos and describe the great things we did, so I thought this was an ideal way for the school to make its voice heard.
The hope is that we will post a range of interesting blogs; written by the pupils, staff, governors and myself.
So watch this space, and do come in and give me some feedback on the things you’d like to read about.
Wendy-May Foster Headteacher