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Year 4 DT Sandwiches

 

As part of their work in DT, the children in Year 4 had to design and make a healthy sandwich. This has kept them all very busy. First up is George who sent in a fantastic video of him building his sandwich in his kitchen at home. We hope you like the look of their creations.

Bridge Over Troubled Water

Musicians across the world are a little bored at the moment, so Mr Holt decided to get some of ours together (virtually) to record a version of Simon and Garfunkel’s Bridge Over Troubled Water.

Year 6 WW2 History Project

Year 6 have been doing a WW2 project as part of their history curriculum and some of the children rose to the challenge of doing some baking following recipes from the era which would have included ingredients from their rations.

Stand Down 2020

Upper Sixth Stand Down 2020

This week would have been the Stand Down for our Upper Sixth students, when we would normally have a whole school assembly to celebrate their time at Westholme and wish them the best in their forthcoming A Level examinations.

Student Success

This week we were delighted to hear that Year 8 student Ibrahim Ismail is back on our TV screens as the 3rd series of ‘The A Word’ aired on BBC 1 last Tuesday at 9pm.

Charity & Community

This week we have seen two lovely examples of community spirit that have been shown by two children in Infants.

Youth Action UK

On Monday, Westholme was once again delighted to be able to support Youth Action UK by donating children’s reading books, both fiction and non-fiction, glue sticks and exercise books to this local worthwhile cause.

Sports Awards 2020

Sport plays such an important role at Westholme, so that when the news came that we could not celebrate the success and participation of our students in the usual manner at Ewood Park, we thought how can we showcase our sporting heroes in a different manner?

Feeding Communities

Over the past few weeks, our School caterers, Thomas Franks have been working tirelessly to bring to life a community kitchen project.

A Marathon Effort!

Year 3 teacher, Mrs Sutcliffe, will take on the challenge of competing in 26 sports over the weekend – all in her back garden and all for charity!