Year 3/4 Synagogue Trip

As part of Judaism week, Year 3/4 visited the local...

Oak Class had fun playing ‘Protect your Pin’

Oak Class have been learning how to play 'protect your pin'. They have been working well as a team to try and knock down their opponents pins as well as trying to protect their own from being knocked over. [gallery...

Minecraft Club 16-10-18

This week the pupils had to build a New York Taxi.

Year 2/3 make Challah Bread

Year 2/3 have been learning about Judaism in RE. We have been making Challah bread which was...

Weekly Newsletter – 12/10/2018

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Minecraft Club 9-10-18

Weekly Newsletter – 05/10/2018

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Gruffalo Crumble and Owl Ice-cream!

Year One had great fun making their own Gruffalo crumble.  It tasted delicious with owl ice-cream!

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 On behalf of the staff and Governors, I welcome you to St. Wilfrid’s Catholic Primary School.

At St Wilfrid’s we try to create a happy, welcoming, safe and creative environment for all our children.

Your child is at the centre of all we do.

Mrs E Wright
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Year 2 had a great time creating African Sunsets. We used amazing colours to create the background and then added our silhouettes.

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