Winterfold’s Worship Leaders had a golden opportunity this week, to create their own Advent wreath. Mrs Singleton kindly donated the materials and helped with the making of the wreaths, as did Mrs Darby, both of whom volunteered their time. The children loved making the wreath and only needed basic guidance – their enthusiasm was delightful […]
Month: November 2017
We were delighted to welcome the Headmaster of Ncemaneni Primary School, Armstrong Mthembu to Winterfold for the first time during October. Further to the opening of the Science laboratory at Ncemaneni from funds raised by the Winterfold community, the money raised during Armstrong’s visit at the auction and the sale organised by our pupils has […]
Well done to everyone who survived the muddy conditions at the British Schools’ Orienteering Championships on Sunday 19th November.
Congratulations to Winterfold’s Year 7 and 8 athletes who competed in the Wyre Forest Cross Country Races on Friday 17th November. Winterfold’s Year 7 Boys ran extremely well, finishing 4th. Finlay Harvey-Gilson finished 7th and will represent the Wyre Forest at the County School Games. Year 8 Girls came 6th in the Year 8/9 category, […]
This week, our nursery children have been busy sticking, gluing, glittering and painting Christmas pictures, scenes and cards. Angelic voices have been heard singing ‘Away in a Manger’, as well as a boisterous chorus of ‘When Santa Got Stuck Up The Chimney!’
Kind-hearted pupils and parents (the Friends of Winterfold) braved the cold on Friday 17th November to raise money for Children in Need. Rosie, Henry, Pippa, Eleanor, Alice, William M, William B and Jack entertained Winterfold pupils and staff as they arrived for school with violin pieces, songs and carols. Videos can be viewed on our […]
“Woodworking matters. It’s more than a pastime or hobby — being a woodworker means that you know the satisfaction and pride that comes from using your hands and mind to build beautiful, functional objects, and that you’re as interested in the process as the outcome. Amid the speed and chaos of the modern world, woodworking […]
History was brought to life for Year 2 pupils on Monday 13th November when they learned all about the Great Fire of London in 1666. The pupils were given the opportunity to look at household items made of wood and looked at a map illustrating the damage caused to the city. After having a go […]
Kind hearted Jack and Emily have been busy fundraising for Birmingham Children’s Hospital. Emily has donated the birthday presents she received for her 6th birthday to the Oncology Unit. The presents will be shared amongst the young patients who are receiving treatment on the Oncology ward. Singleton Nurseries organised a Red Balloon Charity Ball and […]
Congratulations to Amelia who has been selected to train in the U13 Performance team for Worcestershire County Cricket.