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Here you will find some key pieces of news that we think you will be interested in as and when they happen in school.

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  • Harvest thank you!

    Wed 13 Oct 2021

    Thank you so much for your kind donations for our Harvest Festival. All the donations will go straight to the Nottingham Refugee Centre where they will be greatly received. We were overwhelmed  by the donations, thank you. 


    Tue 12 Oct 2021

    We all shivered our timbers during the Y2 pirate day! The children took part in lots of lovely activities to end their topic. They also showcased their learning singing some pirate sea shanties to parents and carers. Well done to parents and carers for your inventive costumes and thank you for supporting our learning. 

  • Smile Team Update

    Mon 04 Oct 2021

    Smile Team joined us in assembly this morning with their school lead, Mrs Clarke. We talked about their role in school and how they might help you if you were feeling sad at playtimes. All the children knew about the buddy bench if they needed someone to play with! 

  • F2 Superhero Day

    Mon 27 Sep 2021

    The Evil Pea was back in F2, capturing vegetables - even Supertato! Don't worry, our Butterflies and Ladybirds were there to rescue all! 

  • Y1 Pedal and Push Party!

    Mon 27 Sep 2021

    What a great day the Year 1 team had on bikes, scooters and other vehicles. The children are learning about 'Mrs Armitage on Wheels' by Quentin Blake, an exciting story all about an amazing bike. They started off their learning with a celebration of wheels and great fun was had by all!

  • Thank you!

    Wed 28 Jul 2021

    Dear Westdale Families,


    Thank you for all your gifts, cards and kind words, they mean such a lot to us.


    Thankyou also to an amazing Y1 parent who created this cake art for our consumption! We have never seen anything like it and are so grateful, thank you! 


    Wishing you all a wonderful summer

    from the Westdale Team

  • Goodbye to Year 2 2021!

    Wed 28 Jul 2021

    What an emotional morning! 


    Thank you so much to our Y2 parents/carers, and of course children, for making their last day so magical and so special for our team. The school was presented with an amazing plaque and apple tree to plant and remember a special group of children. Thank you for your kindness, your kind words mean everything and make all the hard work worthwhile. 


    We will miss you all x 

  • Westdale Water Fight 2021!

    Tue 27 Jul 2021

    Our annual water fight went ahead again this year in our year groups. There was lots of fun had by all the children and staff. A great end to the term!

  • Dojo Book Party!

    Mon 26 Jul 2021

    We held a party today for the all the children who had 150 Dojo points or more, there were 47 children in total! Amazing superstar readers, well done ! Children who had made good progress in reading were also invited as special guests with a few treats too!

    Well done children ! 

  • Sports Day 2021

    Thu 15 Jul 2021

    Sports Day 2021


    On Wednesday 14th July we held our Sports Day and what a brilliant day we had!


    All the children took part in their bubbles with great enthusiasm and every single one of them tried their hardest.  We were all incredibly proud.

    Activities included egg and spoon race, football dribbling, obstacle courses, distance throwing and many more.  We were very impressed by the range of skills, determination and competitive spirit that the children showed.


    The scores were incredibly close, but the final results were as follows:


    4th place Team Air

    3rd place Team Water

    2nd place Team Earth

    1st place Team Fire


    Congratulations Team Fire. You are Sports Days winners for 2021!


    Well done to all the children for showing excellent sportsmanship throughout.

    Also, a big thank you to all the staff for their wonderful support and a special thanks to Mr Peat who we couldn't have managed without!


    Mrs Humphris