We are delighted to announce that our Eisteddfod festival is returning to Westacre after a three year absence. Our theme for the creative arts festival this year will be the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.
Please see below for the letter that was sent out which details all the information you need to know.
We can't wait to see what amazing talents our children have!
On Wednesday 19th June, we enjoyed our third annual Eisteddfod in school and once again it certainly lived up to, and surpassed, our expectations.
For the previous 4 weeks the pupils had been working hard on their homework tasks in order to maximise their own individual scores and boost their house totals. The quality of some pieces that have been brought in have been unbelievable. Some of the up-cycled technology was particularly impressive with a range of items that would not look out of place in shop fronts on the high street.
The live Eisteddfod showcased the pure talent that is in Westacre. On a day-to-day basis we celebrate the pupils' success and the live show was no different. From the dance to the drama to the singing, every category seemed to step up again from last year and was a delight to watch.
We are now looking forward to shortlisting for our parent's showcase that will be held on Wednesday 10th July from 6pm. Details for tickets for the event will be sent out shortly.
And now for what you've all been waiting for...
Year 5 Boy: Matthew Howard
Year 5 Girl: Stephanie Lloyd-Rogers
Year 6 Boy: Stanley Deacon
Year 6 Girl: Sophie Dey
Year 7 Boy: Bruno Osman-Hopes
Year 7 Girl: Emmie Clarke
Congratulations to Sophie Dey and Matthew Howard for being our top boy an top girl.
Overall House Scores
1st: Turing 2607 points
2nd: Bronte 2484 points
3rd: Bannister 2267 points
4th: Attenborough 2152 points
Congratulations to Turing for their third success triumph in Eisteddfod.