Lower Wyke Moravian Church - Scarecrow Festival 20th & 21st June 2020
Have you enjoyed the Scarecrow festival in the past? Well don't worry, you can enjoy it this year too - it'll just be a bit different. Follow this link to find out more.
If you need inspiration for your scarecrow ideas, you can find out more here. Have fun!
The story of the rainbow
While school remains closed to many of our children, Rev Jane Dixon has been thinking of us all and has kindly prepared an assembly for us. Her assembly recognises the significance of the rainbow and tells us the story of the very first rainbow. Thank you Jane. We're looking forward to seeing you again very soon!
Virtual Tour of Reception Class
To support our families in preparing for their transition into school life, we are delighted to share our virtual tour of Reception Class with you.
This week's Star Award winners are.....
Lucas Dawson, Amelia Berry, Pippa Mallinson, Kya Meskiri, Charlotte Silkstone, Hayden Denbow, Jasper John, Georgia Daly, Beatrice Cufflin, Piper Jacques, Libby Ward, Skyla Morris, Harrison Mawer, Leyton Knight, and Beatrice Stocks
Mrs Gatehouse - A Volunteer for 20 years!
Mrs Gatehouse has been a great volunteer and loyal friend of Bailiffe Bridge School for 20 years now. She started reading with Classes 5 and 6 in 1999 and still reads with them on Monday and Tuesday afternoons each week. On 9th July, we had a special assembly to celebrate 20 fantastic years with Mrs Gatehouse.
Every school should have a Mrs Gatehouse. Here's to the next 20 years!
Running Club Go Plogging
Running Club has been out and about in the early hours (before school starts) for the last few weeks. They meet in school at 8.00am before Miss Bennett takes them out for a run in the local area and in all weathers! This week they have been 'plogging' - litter picking plastics while they ran and they collected 6 bags of recyclable rubbish. Their message to you is Think before you litter please!
During the last two weeks in May, we held our annual Arts Week event. The theme this year was 'Cultural Diversity' and children from Reception to Year 5 completed work from a range of different cultures. This work culminated in an Art exhibition held on Wednesday 22nd May in our school hall. Art Exhibition Programme
Choose to Cope
At Bailiffe Bridge School we run a programme called 'Choose to Cope' to support the emotional well-being of our children. This series of lessons enables children to develop personal resilience in order to rationalise their worries and concentrate on their learning. Recently, we were asked by the national publication 'Teach Primary' to review our 'Choose to Cope' work. We are very proud of this work. Please use this link to find out more.
Sponsored Zumba for the NSPCC
On 4th October we held a sponsored zumba event to raise money for the work of the NSPCC. All children and staff had to participate in non-stop zumba activities for 20-30 minutes. Everyone enjoyed themselves and we proudly donated a massive £938 to the NSPCC as a result. Well done everyone!