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Westacre prides itself on an inclusive school ethos that promotes strong values in line with our school vision. Our British values curriculum and monthly values are intertwined providing an environment which encourages our children’s moral, social and cultural development.  Our children are encouraged and supported to participate actively in the life of the school and make positive contributions to their local and wider community.



We’d like to congratulate Olivia in Year 5 for being selected to represent her county in cricket! We love to hear about our pupils’ achievements outside of school as we know we have so many talented children!

Thank you to our fantastic families for all your food donations during our Harvest celebrations. All the donations were collected by Droitwich Food Bank which helps support local families.

Annie Performance


All of us at Westacre would like to wish Poppy & Lexi in Year 5 and Daisy & Amy in Year 7 (and the rest of the cast) all the very best as they begin their roles performing in the production of Annie over at the Norbury Theartre in Droitwich! We are very lucky to have the theatre in our town and we are always delighted to see our pupils contributing to the fantastic produuctions the Norbury provide for Droitwich residents.

BST money delivered


On Thursday 3rd October, former Westacre pupils got the chance to donate some of the money they raised to their chosen charity, Gloverspiece mini-farm. The staff there were thrilled with the donation and even mentioned the visit in their newsletter:



On Thursday 3rd October,  Gloverspiece had a delightful visit from teachers and children of Westacre School in Droitwich. The children have been very busy turning rubbish waste into useable items, such as hair scrunchies which they then sold! The children raised an amazing £200 and chose to donate the money to us at Gloverspiece. The Westacre children explained that they wanted to support an environmentally friendly setting, where both animals and children would benefit. The children at Gloverspiece gave our special visitors a guided (muddy) tour of the school and farm, which everyone seemed to enjoy! Thank you again Westacre for your hard work and very kind donation.  
















500 Words House Competition


Having received an amazing quantity of stories, 5 children from each class were selected by their class teacher to be put through, as one of the competition finalists, to the pupil panel of judges. All judging was done anonymously.  After reading every finalist’s work, the final winners have been announced. 


Prizes were awarded to First, Second and Third along with house points for Fourth and Highly Commended.  A fantastic effort to all those involved. 


Parent, carer and staff entries were judged and rewarded points anonymously by a panel of Year 7 children.


A huge Thank You to all our parent and carer entries.  We are already looking forward to next year’s competition entries.



Please visit our Literacy Writing Page for all the winners.

Parent/Carer Winning Entries

Comic Relief

We had a fantastic fun day on Friday fundraising for comic relief. Following the Strictly come dancing team we decided to take dance as our theme. Thanks to Miss Boulton, who taught the whole school a short Zumba dance, we were able to meet in the afternoon for a whole school dance. The playground was a sea of dancing red as many of the children had paid a £1 donation to come in non-school uniform and wear comic relief red! We raised a fantastic £363 – thank you to all our generous families.

Year 7 take first steps on their career paths


It has been a particularly successful and enjoyable week in year 7 with the children having the opportunity to explore a range of different future careers. 


On Wednesday, we went to the Chateau Impney, to the Worcestershire Skills Showcase, where pupils had the opportunities to talk with companies from all different sectors of employment. Each stall was run by a professional and it was great to see so many pupils discussing their futures and trying the activities that were on offer. They had the chance to hammer nails in the construction zone, use robotic arms and virtual reality headsets in the technology zone, and talk to the army about what their futures could hold. 


Thursday was a chance to build on the success with a visit to the NEC and the BIG BANG fair. Pupils saw a range of STEM companies (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) and were again given the chance to find out more about the wide variety of opportunities there are out there for them.  


Friday was a chance to consider what they had discovered and begin looking at where to go next. Pupils spent time considering their future cost of living- some of them may need to tighten their belts somewhat- along with what wages they may hope to achieve in the jobs they envisage themselves doing. The week was ended with the chance to apply for a dream job through a  letter of application and we look forward to shortlisting the successful candidates to then have interviews with Mrs. Evans. 


The pupils have really shown maturity this week and it is great to see them thinking about their futures at such a relatively young age. Well done Year 7. 


Listening and appreciating music performed by Corinne Frost and Stephen Bradley.

On Thursday 24th January, the Year 6 Strings group attended a personal performance with Corinne Frost (from the English Symphony Orchestra) and Stephen Bradley. It was a fantastic opportunity for the children to appreciate a wide range of music, from different genres. Corrine Frost played the cello and Stephen played the double bass, guitar as well as the ukulele. The performance was organised by Age UK to support Dementia sufferers. It was an honour for us to join them. We are looking forward to performing to the group later this year.

Community Litter Pick

This week, the Eco-Council purchased some litter pickers because we wanted to be pro-active in keeping our school and local community clean, tidy and somewhere we can be proud of. Each week, a class will spend a lesson, in the school grounds or local communal areas, picking up litter. 5TS and 5JR collected litter this week with great enthusiasm and were surprised at the amount of litter they found. Well done to all the children involved so far.

Westacre Choir

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We are very proud of our choir, who were invited to the library to sing. They sang three songs beautifully.


The Autumn Term has seen the first ever Soundbites project and it has got off to an absolutely flying start thanks to great enthusiasm from children and parents alike.  Over the past month the Soundbites group have met each week and have been involved in a wide range of sessions, all with a speaking and listening focus.  We have visited Droitwich Library, made Christmas decorations and used the iPads to record ‘Blue Peter style’ instructions, played lots of games and created memory jars for the Christmas holidays.  This was all topped off with a festive feast, photo booth and a goodie bag to take home.  

We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the parents for their valuable time and for making Soundbites such a success – we can’t wait for the next instalment in the Spring Term!

Road safety week

As part of national road safety week we were delighted to welcome two of our local community police officers in to school to deliver an assembly on road safety. Following the assembly they also held a Q&A with our Westacre parliament. Also look out for the winners of our road safety poster competition!

Children In Need


At Westacre, we have raised money for BBC Children In Need in two different ways. Children donated a £1 to wear pyjamas, onesies and dressing gowns for the day! During the week, they also donated any loose change they had to our very own Pudsey, who spent the week collecting money on our school stage. We are very pleased to announce that a grand total of £550 has been raised as a result of the generosity of Westacre pupils and their families. Thank you to everyone who contributed!



Westacre was proud to take part in commemorating the centenary of the signing of the armistice to end World War 1. The children spent time learning about and dscussing the significance of Remembrance day. Some children went out and around Droitwich to explore local memorials. All the pupils made their own poppies with individual messages of thanks. Our whole school assembly was a thoughtful occasion with children sharing poetry and stories they had researched.On Sunday our head boy and girl tok part in the Remembrance service in Droitwich town centre

Remembrance Day 

Memorial Day

On Friday I went to a memorial in Staffordshire with my great Nan Rose, she was invited by the queen because she was one of the remaining survivors of the world war. My great Nan worked at Swynnerton Training Area during the war. I went because my Nan is my dad’s Nan and my dad said I could come. I went last year as well but last year my Nan couldn’t come because she was ill. When we arrived we went to this big area where there were loads of tents for us to stand under whilst the memorial was going on. My Nan’s daughter, Delva, was there too and because she is in the army she came in her uniform. When the ceremony was going on Delva had to salute because it was a sign of respect. After the ceremony I went up to the cenotaph on my own and put my own wreath on and paid my respect to the people who sacrificed their lives to save our country from war. After I did that we went into the building to eat lunch. Jim (the person in charge) asked me if I wanted to go for a walk and I said ok. He took me into a room full of boxes of sweets and gave me a packet of skittles which I really like. I decided to have them after lunch. For lunch I had beef with Yorkshire pudding and cabbage I was really hungry so I ate it all up. After Jim made an announcement and he gave my Nan a medal. The medal said, “Front Line Duty,” which meant she was in charge of making all the bombs in the war! After lunch we got in the car and left. On the way home we listened to Michael Jackson.

Harry Cairns-Smith

Droitwich food bank came in to school today and were amazed at the amount of food the school had collected during our Harvest celebrations. They wanted to pass on their thanks to all our generous families for their kind donations.

Harvest Time!

Today we celebrated Harvest. We took the opportunity to think of all the things we are grateful for, each child put a slip in their class flower pot to give thanks for something they appreciate. Our families as usual were incredibly generous and donated lots of food which will go to Droitwich food bank.

Macmillan Cake Sale


We are incredibly proud to reveal that Westacre pupils and their familes helped to raise £358 for Macmillan Cancer Support during this year's cake sale. There were an amazing number, range and quality of cakes in school - all of which were thoroughly enjoyed by children who donated money to buy them! As always, the generosity of our pupils and their families has been very impressive - this is a super amount of money for a wonderful cause!

Royal Message


We were delighted to hear back from the Duke & Duchess of Sussex in acknowledgement of our day last year celebrating and fundraising as we marked their special day back in May!

Willow Foundation Cake Sale


At the request of Year 7 girls Mia and Frankie, we were delighted to hold a cake sale for the Willow Foundation. The charity helps seriously ill patients by organising memorable days out. Overall, we are pleased to announce that the cake sale raised £95.70. Well done again to all of the Westacre pupils and families for your support with this!

Community Awards


Well done to Macey and Miller in Year 5 who have been showing off some of their recent awards in class today! We have a limited edition Blue Peter badge and medals from the recent Droitwich Colour Run.

Sport Relief


Staff and pupils thoroughly enjoyed the challenge of running the Sport Relief Mile this year! With all of the sponsorship money added up, we are very pleased to announce that Westacre families raised over £750 for this very worthy cause this year.

Westacre celebrates stars of the stage!

Congratulations go to Katie Jones, Georgia Andrews, Amy Meredith and Daisy Moffat for their recent performance of 'Alice in Wonderland' at the Norbury Theatre in Droitwich. The production was of such outstnading quality that they have been nominated for a NODA (National Operatic and Dramatic Association) award. Good luck at the awards ceremony girls!

Foodbank Collection


Following this term's collection in school, we welcomed very grateful staff from the Droitwich Foodbank into Westacre. Thank you yet again to everyone for their kind donations!

Socks And Chocs Fundraising


We recently welcomed staff from the Socks And Chocs charity into school to collect the £170 that Westacre pupils had raised by donating their spare change to this charity that raises funds for the homeless.

SEN Outreach Road Show


On Tuesday 13th February, we are hosting our first SEN Outreach Roadshow alongside local charity 'What makes you different, makes you beautiful.'   The roadshow will be run as a coffee morning, starting at 10am and is open to any of our parents with questions or queries about Autism and other Special Educational Needs.  It promises to be a really useful event, full of helpful strategies, ideas and advice. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to get in touch with our SENCo, Mrs Langston. 



We hope to see you there!

Age UK Collection


Following the very generous donations from Westacre families during the Christmas Production performances, we raised almost £200 for Age UK. On the final day of term, Jan from the Droitwich branch of the charity visited school to meet Mrs Evans and some Year 7 pupils, and to collect the money raised.

Age UK TV Adverts


During whole school writing week, Year 7 pupils wrote and performed their own Christmas TV adverts. Thoughtfully, many children came up with the idea of using these to highlight the issue of loneliness amongst elderly people. Have a look at the impressive video below for one example of what the children created. Any donations collected during our upcoming Christmas Production performances will go to the Age UK charity.


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The Noise!

During the half term, two year 7 students (Cerys and Sophie) took part in the Noise youth mission. What is the noise? It's a time when a variety of youth group join together as one big group, and help out with multiple things around Worcester. There was a lot of things to help with, including, helping out at an elderly home, holding a community cafe, helping the Worcester food bank, and much more!

Sophie's view: I enjoyed it a lot! I loved spending time with a variety of different people. I especially enjoyed doing the preparation for the community cafe witch was to be held the following day, we made: 6 trays of brownies, 3 Victoria sponges and 75 cupcakes it was AMAZING! I also loved helping at the food bank on the second day we had so much fun creating food parcels and stocking shelves. Although my favourite part had to be the silent disco it was so FUN!!!

Cerys' view: I had so much fun, it was an amazing way to socialise, and meet new people. My favourite part of it was holding a community cafe, because I was the server, so I got to make coffee, hot chocolate, tea, and I was the one who gave out the cakes to everyone. When I was at the cafe, I got a pineapple face-painted on my arm, it looked TREMENDOUS. I also loved helping out at the food bank, and seeing the people who needed help, it was great being able to give them their food for the week. WOW, the parties were really fun, and I enjoyed them so much.

There was also a worship band, a UV party, and a silent disco (which is when you wear headphones, and the music plays through the headphones) and they were all AMAZING AND FUN!

To top it all off, we got awesome jackets with our names or nicknames on.

By Cerys and Sophie


Supporting Droitwich Food Bank

Following your amazing generosity during Harvest time, we have decided as a school to try and further support Droitwich food bank. Iceland grocery store has donated a shopping trolley for us to use. The trolley will be in the school reception for the next two weeks and we will do this for two weeks every half term. If you are able to donate any food items we would as always be very grateful and know they will be appreciated by the people using the food bank.

A big thank you to Charlotte Paddock from, Dogs Trust Evesham, for coming into school this week to teach the children about staying safe around dogs.

VIsit to Dorset House Residential Home

Today our Year 5 members of parliament, Head Boy and Head Girl received a very warm welcome from the staff and residents at Dorset House. We took some poppies with us and asked the residents to share any memories of wearing poppies themselves and why they thought we should continue to remember those who gave their lives serving our country. 

We took the opportunity to make notes in our parliament books so we could share the conversations with the rest of the school in our Remembrance Assembly after half term. Keep an eye on our Community Page to find out more about future visits and see our Remembrance presentation.

We really enjoyed our visit and would like to thank Dorset House for all that they shared with us today.

Droitwich Foodbank Donations


As part of their Harvest celebrations this year the children of Westacre Middle school collected food donations in support of Droitwich Food bank. This is the second year that the school has chosen to support the food bank. It required several crates to pack up the donations ready for collection by staff from the food bank who said they were thrilled with the amount of food collected.​

Taking Part in Macmillan's World's Biggest Coffee Morning


Now becoming an annual event, our Macmillan coffee morning saw a record number of cakes both baked and donated to school.

Our Year 7 helpers did a great job managing the sale to the rest of the school. Meanwhile, our Year 5 parents joined in our Read Alongside Morning whilst enjoying a hot drink and slice of cake.  


Altogether as a school we have raised an amazing £295.88 for this fantastic cause. Thank you to all those who supported this event by purchasing cakes, baking their own or turning up to share in our efforts to host a fabulous coffee morning for Macmillan. 

Macmillan's Big Coffee Morning

Year 7 Making a difference in the community

This week, it was great to see some of last year’s yr7s coming back into school to deliver a donation of money raised in last year’s Blood, Sweat and T-shirts. Daria, Katie, Daisy, Kim and Fran selected Danemere Animal Rescue as their chosen charity to support after making over £100 in the enterprise project run in school . It is clear to see form the photos that they were very happy with their choice which allowed them to get up, close and personal with the animals. We look forward to seeing future success with our current year 7s in the summer term.

 A donation will also be made to Oxfam as part of the project.

Kickboxing Black Belt


On the 24 June 2017 Aaron in Year 6 was invited to grade for his Black Belt in Kickboxing.  He has been kickboxing for four years and has not only gone through his gradings but also participated and won medals in club championships. To receive an invitation for this black belt grading not only did he have to prove his ability in kickboxing but he also had to organise a Club in the Community Event, which he raised an amazing £255 for a local charity, submit a thesis and participate in fitness tests. The grading itself was 3+ hours testing his abilities as well as his fitness, his minimum requirements for sit ups, push ups and burpees were 60 each! He was the only junior in a group of 6 people to be grading at this level and above. Below is a photograph of Aaron being presented with his Black Belt 1st Dan. Well done Aaron- we are very proud of you! 

Community E-Safety Event


Click the link below to see how our digital leaders got involved in a special event at Droitwich Library to promote online safety in our town.

Eve Wins Gold!


A massive congratulations to Eve in Year 7, who represented Westacre and the Droitwich Spa Judo Club at the British Schools Judo Championships. In fact, she was very successful at the event and won a gold medal for winning her particular category! Well done Eve- we are very proud of you!

Fortis Living Poster Competition


Last year our Eco Council leader, Mr Smith, organised for our pupils to take part in the Fortis Living poster competiton. Fortis is a not-for-profit local housing assosciation who do a great deal of work in the local community. On this occasion, their focus was the environment with children across the town encouraged to create anti-litter posters to go on display around Droitwich. We were very proud and excited to welcome Chris Colley from Fortis into a whole school assembly, where he announced that the Top 3 entries all came from Westacre. Here are the winning pupils with their prizes and the poster of their entries that will go on display around town:

Well done to Lucy, Miles and Maisie in Year 7!

Golf Award to Year 5 Pupil


On Saturday the 19th of November Ombersley Golf Club hosted their annual Presentation Night where the 2016 Junior Order of Merit went to Year 5 pupil Mya Slavin. Mya is still only 9 years old and has been having lessons at The Graham Glenister Golf Academy since she was 6 where they have helped her develop into a great player and helping her get her CONGU handicap of 36 at the age of 8.

Mya and a number of her friends have weekly lessons at The Graham Glenister Golf Academy at Ombersley Golf Club on Sunday mornings where they can develop their game practicing on the driving range and other practice facilities along with playing on the course.

Well done Mya from all at Westacre- this is a great example of someone showing resilience and responsibility then achieving great things as a result!

As a school, we will be distributing vouchers for a free introduction session at the golf academy over the next few weeks.

Below is a photograph of Mya at the presentation evening with her rightly very proud father!

Charity Day


On Friday 21st October, we held a special charity day collecting for three worthy causes. Thoughtful pupils approached teachers about raising money for St Richard's Hospice and the British Heart Foundation. Once they were given the go ahead, the children came up with the idea of holding an unusual non-uniform day on the last day before the half term holidays. Children and staff were encouraged to ditch their normal school clothes in favour of their pyjamas! Everyone who joined in with the fun donated some money and, in total, we raised £301, which will be shared equally between the two charities. We decided to combine this with our Harvest Festival events, which included a special assembly and members of the school community donating food for the local Droitwich Spa Foodbank. Over 400 items of food were donated. These were gratefully collected by volunteers Debbie Ash and Mary Stanbury from the Foodbank during the Charity Day. All donations will be stored at the local foodbank centre and shared with needy families in the Droitwich area.

Aaron's Community Fundraising


Year 6 pupil Aaron has been very busy outside of school! He has won medals in national events in kickboxing and is now planning some fundraising as part of his community support programme. We are very proud of Aaron for doing this and really encourage everyone to have a look at the two links below for more information:

Macmillan Cake Sale


Girls in Year 5 and 6 organised a cake sale to raise money for Macmillan's big coffee morning. We were incredibly impressed by the level of donations we received and the cake sale itself was extremely popular! Once again, well done to the Westacre community for getting behind such a worthy cause!


A fantastic £331.60 has been raised from our Macmillan coffee morning! A big thank you to every who donated and purchased cakes.

Westacre girl wins national design competition


Isabel in Year 7 has won a national competition that was entered by more than 5,000 people! After visiting the sand scultpure exhibition at Weston-Super-Mare with school and her family, Isabel entered the Kidz competition to design a sand scuplture. Her 'Reach for the Stars' design was judged to be one of the best and she was invited back to Weston where she worked with professional sand sculptor Becky Saril to actually bring the design to life. Look below for a report in the local news and some photographs. Well done Isabel!

Raising Money for Refugees


Year 7 pupil Phoebe has arranged her own fundraising day to raise money for refugees! We are incredibly proud of Phoebe, who is raising money for Education for All charity. She understands the plight of young children living in refugee camps and would like to make a difference. Phoebe would like to raise money to purchase resources to enable the children living in the camps to have access to education.She wants us all to take a stand to help these children. Phoebe has said that any money left over from donations will go towards helping adults in the camps get food and clean water, to enable them to better look after their children. Coming up with the idea herself, volunteering to have 40cm of her hair cut off and thinking of those less fortunate than herself really typifies the British Values that we teach at Westacre! Click Click the link below for a report in the local press about the event:

To help raise further funds, Phoebe is organising a cake sale in school. All money raised will go to the charity. If you can donate to this cause, click the link below:
Overall, Phoebe raised £4300 for the charity. This is an incredible achievement, which she should be very proud of!

Raising Money for Local Causes


Following discussions with our pupils, including School Council members, we decided to host a cake sale in school to raise money for two fantastic local causes. The children suggested that any money raised should be shared equally between the St Richard's Hospice (a charity that cares for thousands of people across Worcestershire) and the Lets Play Tennis campaign (that is aiming to redevelop the tennis courts at the Droitwich Lido Park). We were overwhelmed with donations of cakes and biscuits (shop-bought and hand-made), including from Elaine Newman, the founder of the local tennis campaign, which really shows what a caring community we have at Westacre. As expected, the sale itself was hugely popular and helped raise a great deal of money. In fact, the vast amount of cakes donated meant we were able to hold one sale at break time and one at the end of lunch! Thank you and well done to all Westacre pupils, parents and staff who donated or purchased the cakes - you have helped to make a real difference to our local community! 

Click the links below to find out more about the two local causes we raised money for:
Here are some reports in the local newspapers about this fundraising:

Summer in Droitwich


Check out the link below for a range of activities aimed at young people in Droitwich over the summer holidays:

Community Garden


Follow the link below to find out how our pupils have been working hard to improve one part of our local community:

Youth Council


Click on the link below to see how the Droitwich Standard has reported on the success of our pupils in the local youth council:

Go Bright For Sight


A team of staff from Westacre are taking part in a 5K run at the Lido Park, in order to raise awareness and money for Sight Concern Worcestershire. Mrs Bees, Miss Brooker, Mrs McDiarmid, Mrs MacPherson, Mrs Ardis, Mrs Radburn, Mr Smith and Mr Barber will be putting their bodies on the line for this wonderful cause! Have a look at the links below to find out more about the day of events taking place:

The event itself was a great success! It was amazing to see so many Westacre pupils, parents and staff taking part or cheering on the runners- really showing off one of the many strengths of our school. A massive congratulations to all pupils and parents who completed the run and raised so much money for this great community charity! Take a look at some photos of our staff team before, during and after the run:

Fundraising for the Homeless


We are incredibly proud of Year 7 pupil Holly, who has been giving up her own time to care for those less fortunate in our community. She has been collecting a range of donations to make people's live better and has already had a positive impact on so many people around! We look forward to hearing about this great charity work in assembly and helping Holly to give out even more donations. Have a look at a news article all about Holly's achievements:

St. Richard's Festival 30th April


Last Saturday was an exciting day for Westacre pupils who had designed this year's mural for the Netherwich Canal Basin in Droitwich. The mayor led St. Richard's procession to the canal basin, where pupils, parents, members of Droitwich Art Network and Droitwich residents were waiting to witness the unveiling of the design. It was very special to see our

interpretation of Edward Winslow's journey on the Mayflower brought to life.

Westacre Parent runs London Marathon


We have been getting used to celebrating the sporting successes of our pupils but this this time a special mention goes to a parent of one of our pupils. Steve Colley, father of Will in Year 5, is preparing for the massive challenge of running the London Marathon. As well as doing this as a great personal achievement, he is also raising money for a fantastic cause - a charity called VICTA that supports children with visual impairment and visual loss. In what is sure to make him stand out from the crowd, Will's dad will be running dressed as a giant eyeball! Please take the time to read more about this by clicking the link below, where you can sponsor Steve if you wish.

British Judo Champion at Westacre!


We were very proud to read about one of our pupil's sporting successes in the local newspapers! Megan in Year 7 achieved an amazing feat by winner a silver medal at the recent national championships, competing against many people older than her. As well as celebrating this achievement in assembly, we were invited to join Megan at her local Judo club to congratulate both her and her coach.


Mrs Evans visited Megan one evening after school and commented, "It was a pleasure to be invited to the Droitwich Spa Judo Kan club last Friday to have a celebratory photo with Megan and her Sensai, following her success in achieving a Silver Medal at the British Schools Championships in Sheffield.


Megan has been a member of the club since the age of 5 and has worked exceptionally hard to achieve her recent success. To compete at this level is a great achievement and everyone at school is immensely proud of Megan, we will be watching this space to see how she progresses in the future; I’m sure Megan’s Judo Kan journey will not stop here!"


Well done Megan from everyone at Westacre!


Motorsport success


Another week, another assembly and another Westacre pupil sharing sporting success that has been recognised by the local media. This time it is Archie in Year 6 who had the rest of school in awe at the retelling of his achievements! Take a look at the news report below for more information.

Successful partnership with Droitwich Arts Network


Click below to see some of the publicity we received in the local press about the fabulous efforts of pupils and staff in a creative arts project.

Year 6 Faith Day - Tuesday 16th October

Today, all of Year 6 spent the day working on Christianity-based activities including an information text on churches and a mathematical design for a stained glass window. The highlight of the day for every class was to visit Droitwich Methodist Church and Church of the Sacred Heart and St Catherine of Alexandria. The focus of our visit was to compare and contrast the two places of worship and consider the reasons behind the similarities and differences. We all found the visit extremely interesting and we have some invaluable memories and knowledge to bring to our upcoming RE topic on religious buildings. Our experience today will really bring our topic to life!