Now the snow seems to be disappearing, the plan is for school to be open as normal tomorrow on 5.3.18. Back to learning - YAY!
Year 5 - 'Bikeability' is planned in for this week for Team LG. If your child has returned their slip and intends on taking part, please ensure they bring their bike, helmet and warm clothes every morning this week. Tomorrow morning, if the course leader decides to cancel any sessions due to the weather, we will let you know ASAP and rearrange.
School has made the decision to close on 2.3.18 due to continuing adverse weather conditions and the risk to health and safety to and from school and on school site. PLEASE keep your fingers crossed that the snow stops VERY soon! The planned litter pick for Eco-Reps and School Council (with Wombwell Ward Alliance members) will be rearranged for another day.
Due to: on-going adverse weather conditions overnight; health and safety concerns and a poor forecast for this morning, school has been CLOSED today. Apologies for any inconvenience caused, but the safety of our children, parents and staff team is of paramount importance. World Book Day will of course be rearranged (with all of the same plans) for a less snowy day - save your costumes TEAM Park Street!
Our Leadership Team are monitoring the weather and the forecast updates. We will inform you by 6.30am on Thursday morning (1.3.18) as to whether the school will be open. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Wednesday 28th February 2018: Due to deteriorating weather conditions the school will be closed for the remainder of the day! We were hoping to open at 10 o clock however due to the recent rapid deterioration in weather we have been forced to close. Thank you for your understanding in this matter.
Georgia in Team MK has been successful in making it to the final for the 'South Yorkshire Police' Christmas card competition final, which Year 6 took part in with Mrs Fitchett, our Art specialist! The card was beautiful - well done Georgia for making it to the final 5! We are really proud!
Our school has four teams of children - each child in each class is divided in to one of these four teams from Y1 - 6. We strongly believe that 'Together Everyone Achieves More' (TEAM) and work hard for our rewards. I am pleased to announce that this term's winners are:
4th place - Big Ben with 2,408 team points
3rd place - Eiffel Tower with 2,486 team points
2nd place - Niagara Falls with 2,755 team points
1st place - Taj Mahal with 2,757 team points
It was very close this term! I look forward to out treats and DVD morning on Thursday! Well done Taj Mahal! Keep up the hard work everyone!
This last week our KS1 children have performed some incredible Nativities in their teams for parents! They have been a pleasure to watch. Every single parent and family member had huge smiles on their faces whilst they watched their special people on stage! Well done KS1 - I was incredibly proud of your musical achievements (singing was amazing), performing skills and confidence on the stage - not to mention your knowledge of the Christmas Nativity Story. Well done KS1!
An enormous thank you goes out to our 'Friends of Park Street' parental group, who did an amazing job tonight to raise money for school funds! They organised two performing groups (Abba and Elvis) to perform to parents and children in what was a thoroughly wonderful night! Abba were amazing and Elvis was incredibly entertaining! We all had such fun and raised money for the school - what more could we ask for? A big well done to our 'Friends' and lots of thanks to the two performing groups! A big well done goes to our Parent Support Advisor Mrs Carol Hitchens too, who co-ordinated the entire evening and made the hall look super! Thank you ever so much - all proceeds will go towards developing reading in school for the benefit of the children! Well done TEAM Park Street!
A HUGE well done to all of the Park Street team! We have had our Christmas Coffee morning this morning - it was lovely to see so many parents supporting the school and children. A really big well done to the stalls - Mrs Fitchett's club stall and the Team GG stall were particularly successful in raising money for use in after school clubs and for Team GG's trip. Altogether we have raised just short of £900, which is an absolutely amazing amount of money! We can not thank the parents and children enough! The other money raised will go back in to the school funds, for us to use on reading resources for the children! An amazing job and well done everyone! I am so very proud! Merry Christmas everyone!
Mrs C Lawson
I am the very proud Head teacher of Wombwell Park Street Primary School - read on down my blog to see how fantastic our school team is!