Please join us for Ennerdale’s class assembly on Wednesday morning 7th October. The pupils will be exploring one of our Secrets of Success – Understanding Others. Everyone is welcome to watch and the assembly will start at 9am.
y6 play in a day
Well done to all our Year 6 children who took part in Friday’s Play in a Day. Both pupils, parents and carers enjoyed the ‘It’s All Greek to Me’ and the input of all the children was fantastic. Well done to Lisa who once again led the day and allowed the pupils to explore many dramatic areas of the curriculum.
Our school has decided to take part in a highly effective and poplar scheme funded and run by Cumbria County Council's Active Travel team. Those that have chosen to take part are encouraged to walk, cycle or scooter at least once a week and successful participants will receive an attractive themed badge every half term.
Two teams went to the annual six a side tournament on Saturday 3rd October 2015. Both teams did very well. The All Stars Team made it through to the semi-finals of their competition losing narrowly to eventual winners Brampton. The Bandits team went one better and made it to the final of their competition losing 3-0 to the all-conquering Lees Hill team. Well done to everyone. Have a look at the pictures of the teams in action plus photos of the winning and runner-up teams here.
Well done to our Netballers who took part in the William Howard School Netball tournament. The team finished 3rd out of twelve schools which is a very creditable performance indeed. Games were played against a host of local schools and the team had a very notable victory against Brampton – congratulations to all our netballers.
We are welcoming Mr Paterson to our school. He will be working as part of the School Direct programme with Mr Walsh in Buttermere class (Y2/3). Mr Paterson will be with us until the end of term.
pupils in school
We now 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.
Our Parents Association is a friendly group of parents of children attending Warwick Bridge. They are a vital part of our schools success and are currently looking to recruit some new members.
The PA organise many fun events throughout the year supporting many school trips, activities school requests (such as wet play time resources), the Christmas fair, discos, bingo and more.
If you would like to get involved please contact the school or the Parents Association facebook page from the link at the top of this page or here.
school governors election
There are currently two vacancies for Parent Governors on the Governing Body of Warwick Bridge School. Applicants should be parents of pupils and letters of nomination must be countersigned by two sponsors, who must also be parents of children currently attending the school. Nominations must be received by Monday, 5th October, 2015. Please contact the office for guidelines or to submit a nomination.
New School Term 2015-16
Welcome back to Warwick Bridge for the new school year. The new term started on Monday 7th September with the half-term break beginning at the end of school, Friday 23rd October.