Year 7 visited Twycross which was great and pupils have been praised for behaving responsibly and were complemented on their behaviour by the public.
Primary had a busy and productive week with sports day, a water fight and cinema trip. Mr Kelly, our CEO commented on the writing of Mr Casey’s class today-impressed with the work.
Sports Day was well planned and executed. Mr Morgan has asked Mr Drew to start thinking about a Winter games.
Our CEO, Mr Kelly visited twice this week. he really enjoyed seeing the pupils engaged in their learning and witnessed the water fight!
Last week’s art exhibition and house art competition was a success with great plans for next year…
Remember-all difficult roads lead to beautiful places!
End of summer term to parents and carers from Mr Wells
Nottingham City Council has for pupils entitled to Free School Meals over the Summer with their free Fun and Food holiday offer.
Find out more information here:
Primary Free Fun and Food flyer (.pdf)
Secondary Free Fun and Food flyer (.pdf)
Congratulations to all pupils who entered their work into the first Westbury Academy Summer Exhibition house art competition and to those who came to view the work.
The exhibition included a display of Year 11 GCSE Art portfolio work alongside the art competition.
Judges Sara Gaynor (photographer and art tutor) and Howard Gees (NHS Gallery curator) were highly impressed with the quality of work on show and were spoiled for choice.
There were positive reflections on some of the Year 9 pupils’ behaviour as they settle into KS4
Reading ages are coming in and there are some really positive ones to share.
Mr Wells and Mr Endy sent news that the Duke of Edinburgh trip was on its way back all are fine and well!