Top Table Diners - Autumn 2016
We have introduced the Top Table for our weekly WOW winners. Pupils enjoy fine plates and cups with their school dinner. The table is laid and even has candles!
Library Reader Visit - September 2016
We welcomed Rachel from the Library service in to school this week. she read to every class and all the children explored the wonderful world of books.
Warwick Bridge Has Got Talent 2016
Have a look at the pictures from our annual talent show. The standard of acts was as good as ever.
Robinwood Residential 2016
From Friday 10th June to Sunday 12th June thirty-three pupils and three staff went to the Robinwood Activity Centre near Alston for our annual residential trip. This was the first time Warwick Bridge pupils had used Robinwood and everyone agreed it was a very good centre with great staff who gave the children a marvellous time. Have a look at our pictures.
Happy Birthday Queen Elizabeth II
To celebrate the 90th birthday of Queen Elizabeth we had a whole school picnic on the field. We sang the National Anthem and then Happy Birthday.
Welcome to Warwick Bridge Mr Mayor!
We were very pleased to welcome Mr Stephen Layden, Mayor of Carlisle, to school in May 2016. It was great to see Mr Layden as he had previously been a governor at the school. Here are a few pictures of his visit.
Have a look at our new
Every pupil had a go at decorating an egg on this year's theme - Animals. There were so many great entries it was hard to pick winners. Well done everyone.
Warwick Bridge Music Ensemble take the Music Ensemble 1st place at Carlisle Music and Drama Festival -
11th March 2016
Our five band members are as pleased as can be with their first place at the Carlisle and District Festival of Music and Drama. They played two tunes - Dr Who theme and Jamaican Rhumba. Their style of playing did enough to ensure the judge awarded them the top prize. Many thanks to Mr Hemingway and Mrs Trenell for all their hard work and time with the band. Have a look at the photos of our winning band members.
Sport Relief 2016 - March 18th
Miss Day organised a 'Fifteen Minute Frenzy' of running around a course the Year 4 pupils had set up on the grass. Lots of adults joined in and everyone was very energetic. We raised well over £100 for Sport Relief - have a look at the pictures.
World Book Day - March 3rd 2016
We held a Mad Hatter's Tea Party, wore mad hats and dressed as our favourite characters. Have a look at our pictures.
Warwick Bridge Corn Mill open evening - 9th February 2016
Warwick Bridge Corn Mill visit
Have a look at the photos from our open evening. We had many visitors and exhibitions of:
All of our pupils had the opportunity to visit the Corn Mill at Warwick Bridge with Elanor Johnson from the North of England Civic Trust. everyone came away from the visit with something new to think about. We are looking forward to planning a lot of work on this for the next few weeks of term.
Flood relief 2015
Many thanks to the pupils and adults who brought items in for the Flood Relief Appeal. Mr Ashton has taken all the items to the reception centre on Fusehill Street where they were gratefully received. Here are some of our Year 6 pupils helping to load the donations.
Arriving at School
Please be aware that access to the playground in the morning is from 8.30am. This is sometimes slightly later on a Monday if the staff briefing is longer than usual. Pupils, parents and carers are asked to wait for a member of staff to arrive at the front of school before any pupil walks down the side of school. Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.
Sainsbury's and Houghton Hall vouchers
We now have a collection box outside the office for the Sainsbury’s vouchers and don’t forget to ask for ‘Gardens for Schools’ vouchers if you make any purchases at Houghton Hall Garden Centre.
We are now able to accept Edenred Childcare Vouchers - our account number is P21002881.
A big congratulations to last weeks WOW Certificate recipients! For a full list of winners click here.
pupils in school
We have a number of pupil organisations up and running in school:
RotaKids – they organise fundraising activities and this year their chosen charity is the RSPCA.
School Council – 12 pupils meet to discuss issues that affect school life. This week they chose a new football kit.
Playground Buddies – the buddies organise games, look after pupils and choose their WOW awards weekly.
Prefects – the six prefects chosen are carrying out a number of tasks in and around school
It is good to see so many pupils taking part in the life of the school in such a positive way.
new parent governors
We would like to welcome Mrs Eleanor Viney, who has a daughter, Charlotte, in Year 1, and Mrs Sarah Richardson, who has a son, Harry, in Nursery, onto the Governing Body of the school.