On Thursday and Friday this week, our students took part in a charity cake sale to help raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support, with huge help from Thomas Franks who baked all of the wonderful treats.
Today, the Infants and Juniors took part in various activities during their lunch break at Beardwood Bank.
This summer we have said a fond farewell to the iconic building that is Billinge House. We have been preparing to leave for the past few months as part of our new redevelopment programme, and we have enjoyed looking back on its history.
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On Friday children in Infants and Juniors paid a pound to come into school in ‘home’ sports kit to raise money for Sport Relief.
The Infant, Junior and Senior eco-committees met all together for the first time this week.
On Friday, children at our Infant and Junior Schools celebrated World Book Day and reading by dressing up (either as a character or in Pyjamas) and taking part in an action packed day of activities and fun!
Students enjoyed many fun activities to mark World Book Day today.
Jan from the NSPCC came to talk to Infants and Juniors in their assemblies and they explained in a child friendly terminology what the NSPCC do to help children.
The children in Pre School have enjoyed tasting delicious pancakes today, we then decided that we would try and make our own in the malleable area.
Our W Clubbers have had lots of fun and games this week.
Recently, the school have started the journey to become an international Green Flag Award
Today the Fire Brigade visited Year 2 and 6 pupils to talk about fire safety.
The children from Construction Club, who were involved in the Hoardings Board competition last summer, have had an exciting morning today.
A day to remember former Westholme pupil, William Magowan
Red, White and Blue Day is always a significant event in the fundraising calendar at Westholme Infant and Junior Schools.
Last Friday at Juniors, interested pupils from Years 3, 4, 5 and 6 gave speeches to their peers as to why they wanted to represent them in School Council.
Last week the new Junior Prefects were awarded their badges in a special assembly.