We have had another happy week in school this week and we have been getting all ready for Christmas with the children! trees are up and staff are engaging the children in their Team rehearsals for their Team performances, coming up later in December!
Our attendance has been lower that usual this week at 92.3%
A BIG well done though to:
Team JF - 97.6%
Team LL - 99.1%
Enjoy your additional £5!
Let's keep going Park Street on the lead up to Christmas!
We have had fun doing a range of things this week! We have learnt about Rosa Park as part of our whole school Rosa Parks day, which taught us even more about equality!
Year 6s had fun at Crucial Crew and staff were blown away by their behaviours and conduct, as well as effort, whilst there! Well done for wearing the Park Street badge with pride!
I am so happy that we have LOTS of 'shout outs' this week for both children, staff and parents! What a TEAM!
I hope you enjoy reading about our Team's week on the weekly Newsletter below!
As part of 'Safeguarding Awareness Week' in school this week, we have focused our attentions on 'Road Safety'. This is really important to us as a staff Team, as we have a busy local community, a busy main road at the bottom of the school drive and a busy drive too. We try to cater for the needs of the school community, but we also need to be ensuring the children are safe at all times, hence the focus this week!
We wtached a number of vidoes in Assembly this week, all designed to point out the dangers on the road and how we all must treat roads with care. We sang along to the 'Stop, look, listen, THINK' anthem and it has been lovely to hear children using this at drop off and collection times, as they cross the drive!
Team AC and Team SG enjoyed a visit to Barnsley Museums, which was great as so many children said they had never vsitied a museum before...a new life experience!
Team DB have visited Wombwell Library also this week, to see what is on offer there!
We also welcomed a visit from Mrs Oliver this week, our Chair of Governors. She had a walk through school and spoke to the children and staff, as we celebrated 'Feel Good Friday'!
Well done to the following Teams for their attendance this last week:
Team EO - 97.9%
Team SG - 98.6%
Whole School - 95.7%
Enjoy reading our weekly 'Incredible Us!' Newsletter below!
We have had another busy week at Park Street this week! On Monday we launched our 'Anti-Bullying Week' in school, with Odd Socks Day! Mrs Watson (PSHCE Leader) had us all organised with planning and activities and our School Council had met previously to get Children in Need Day all planned out for us! We celebrated the end of our learning about kindness this week on Friday's Children in Need day, where we all wore it spotty! The children looked amazing!
Throughout the course of the week, whether in learning time or in Assemblies, our children showed a rel appreciation of our school and how we have a zero tolerence to bullying. The children spoke wih confidence about how we are a 'telling' school and will always tackle any behaviours which are not OK.
We also enjoyed seeing more parents in school to our UKS2 Maths Workshop this week with Mrs Firth and Mrs Bamforth. We enjoyed seeing so many parents at the second Parental Meeting evening this week too - thank you for supporting your children and the school.
On the Arts front, unfortunately we were not successful in the Barnsley Rotary Club competition this year, despite our wonderful Art submitted...maybe next year! We did have, however, a wonderful response to our Poppy Art competition in school and all awards were handed out in Golden Book Assembly! There were some truely stunning and creative entries!
We have welcomed our new Teaching Assistant, Miss Bell, in to school this week. She is working in Team AC! Welcome!
A BIG well done to the following Teams for their attendance this week:
Team SG and Team LL both with 98.7%
Keep working hard Team Park Street - we only managed 92.9% as a full school this week, which is much lower than recent weeks. Let's keep working so hard on our attendance!
I hope you enjoy reading more about our week in school on the Newsletter below.
Welcome back Team Park Street to Autumn 2! I hope everyone had a lovely October half term. I enjoyed a lovely weekend away with my family in Blackpool to see the Christmas lights, watched the Tower circus and went up the Tower too! Great excite! I hope you all managed to have some fun together!
We have had another busy week at Park Street this week. Children have quickly got back in to their routines and have enjoyed their learning experiences!
Team JF enjoyed a walk in Wombwell as part of their learning and also loved making their canned birds which they had written instructions for this week!
Our School Council have been busy organising next week's Children in Need Day and our Arts Councillors have launched their 'Winter' art work competition!
It has been lovely to see parents in school this week for their child's Parental Eveneing and I received some lovely feedback on how well the children have settled in to their new Teams, from parents.
We also held our Year 3 /4 Maths Workshop for parents, but we were a little disappointed with how many were able to attend. We have our Year 5 / 6 workshop this week so hopefully we will have a better attendance and we will of course continue to think creatively in engaging parents with maths and best supporting their children.
Mrs Fitchett has launched a Poppy Art competiion this week - get your entries in ASAP! We also have a large amount of entries to Barnsley Rockley Rotary Club Art Exhibition - details on the attached, but please go and visit the Metrodome this next weekend to offer your support and to see the masterpieces!
We focused a lot in Assembly and collective worship time on Armistice Day this week and reflecting on the significance of soldiers who have braved their lives for us today. The children had a wonderful knowledge of this and enjoyed reflecting on Major John McRae's poem 'In Flanders Fields'.
A BIG well done to the following Teams for their attendance rates last week:
Team SG - 98%
Team LF - 99.7%
The whole school managed 94.6%!
I hope you enjoy reading more about our week in school on the attached weekly Newsletter!
We have had another great week in school this week, with lots of activities and opportunitites for the children to learn from and enjoy! Highlights have been our Diwali dance workshops, a visit from the Imam, our Halloween School Disco and 'Wear it Bright' day on Friday to finish the half term off!
A HUGE well done to the following Teams for their outstanding attendance this week:
Team EO - 99%
Team LF - 97.6%
Whole school - 93.9%
A BIG well done too to our Year 6 Teams who have managed to win the attendance award for this half term with 96.7% - well done, you are invited to come to school in non-uniform on the first day back as a reward!
Don't forget to book a Parental Evening slot for the first two weeks back! Let's try and have 100% of parents in attendance!
I hope you enjoy reading a bit more about our week in school.
Have a lovely half term Park Street! Staff and children - enjoy a week of resting ready for autumn 2!
We have had a super week in school this week, celebrating our 'Anti-Racism' attitudes as part of 'Show Racism the Red Card' work!
We have held a number of assemblies in school and shared lots of stories about significant and influential people who inspire others to become 'anti-racists'. It was wonderful to see the school community dressed all in red this Friday to celebrate together!
We have enjoyed a number of special events in school this week, including our start to the Mini Police event where we had local members of the South Yorkshire Police in working with children in Year 5.
We also enjoyed celebrating our recent Boys Football Team's celebration, as they won 14: 1 against King's Oak! Well done boys! We are all so proud, especially in the conditions that you found yourselves in!
Years 4 and 5 enjoyed their Wombwell Walk as part of their Geography learning this week, further compaing Wombwell to Whitby. Well done Team LF on the amazing community feedback! Park Street character showed all of the time!
Our 18 100% attendees for 2022-23 attended Pizza Hut for lunch on Friday, which was a celebration event LOVED by all - well done and thank you for such amazing attendance results! Again, we had some amazing feedback from our local community who saw us there having fun! Well done Park Street!
Get reading Park Street - another 'D Day' will be coming up soon!
We also look forward to our TTRS even this week where all ECM Trust schools compete - go for it WPSPS!
I hope you enjoy reading all about our week in school in the Newsletter below!
Once again we have had a wonderful week in school!
Well done to our three top attending TEAMS this week:
Team JF and Team LF - 97.9%
Team AF - 100%
Whole school - 93.4%
Keep going Park Street with our amazing attendance rates!
In Assembly time this week we have covered a range of topics, from doin a significant person study on Thomas Barnardo, looking at discrimination and the protected characteristics, celebrated homelessness awareness day and Motzart in our Music Assembly.
In Assemblies we have also handed out all of the certificates and awards for the special jobs in and around school. These include:
Head Boy / Girl and Deputy Head Boy / Girl
Well done to our 100% attendees for 2022-23! I look forward to celebrating with Pizzas on Friday lunch time at Pizza Hut this next week with al 18 of you! Phenomenol result!
We also had a wonderful Times Table Rockstar launch day this last Friday, relaunching our committment to knwoing all of our times tables!
I hope you enjoy reading about the fun we have had in the Newsletter below.
We have had another great week in school this week!
We have started our daily affirmations this week, with the aim of getting all of our learners in a positive mind set at the start of the day, so as they are learning ready. This compliments our 'below the line' assessment each morning for every child too!
We have enjoyed learning about footballer Laurie Cunnigham as part of our Black History Month Assembly work. The children have also enjoyed learning about the legend Bob Marley, learning his 'Three Little Birds' song!
We celebrate our Prefects and Head / Deputy Boys and Girls in this week's Newsletter too - well done to the chosen Year 6s!
Our attendance this week has been as follows:
Team CH - 100%
Team LL - 99.1%
Whole school - 94.5%
Well done but let's keep going Park Street!
I hope you enjoy reading about all of the other wonderful things we have been experiencing in school this week...
We have had another great week in school this week! We have done lots of learning about how to keep our school site and local community 'Green' after celebrating 'Green Week' in school. We have learnt about Greta Thunberg in Assembly time and learnt about what she believes. We have also discussed ideas in our Collective Worship time in class.
We have continued to work hard on our attendance this week too. Well done to:
Team CH - 99.6%
Team SG - 99.2%
Whole School - 94.8%
We have all been inspired this week too by Raine in Team DB. She has worked her socks off over the years and has had her first WestEnd breakthrough this last month! She has also secured a Theatre role to be proud of...have a read! It is an absolute pleasure to have such an inspiration on our Team! Well done Raine, we couldn't be more proud!
We hope you enjoy reading about our week in school and some of the things we are working on this year as a staff and school TEAM!
We have had lots of fun in school this week! We have all been working hard at implementing our school 'character' and I have seen ambition, perseverance and resilience shown all week!
Well done to the following Teams for winning the £5 attendance rewards this week:
Team AC with 98.3%
Team LL with 98.7%
Our whole school attendance was 93.6% - come on Team let's beat this this next week!
A huge thank you to our Year 4 and 5 staff team for a successful school trip to Whitby, as part of the children's learning in Geography, where they compare Wombwell to Whitby! The children's behaviours were exceptional and impressed the public in Whitby who commented positively on their outstanding behaviors!
Enjoy reading all about our week in school on the Incredible News! weekly newsletter below!
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!
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