Year 6 Leavers Assembly

To all of our wonderful and amazing Year 6 role models, you are going to be missed very much. We have enjoyed every moment having you here at Wadworth watching to grow into the fantastic, hard-working, enthusiastic, kind, caring and resilient young people ready to embark the next exciting part of your learning journey.

Good luck to every one of you wherever you are in September – every secondary school is going to be blessed as they get to know you as we do. Take care and remember, you are always welcome here at Wadworth!

Updated Information of Events at School

Tuesday 29th June – Bees Sports Day – ticket entry only

Wednesday 30th June – Athlete, Beth Dobbin, in school (sponsored circuits)

Thursday 1st July – Hedgehogs Sports Day – ticket entry only

Friday 2nd July – Owls Sports Day – ticket entry only

Monday 5th – Wednesday 7th – Whole School Transition

Thursday 8th July – Frogs Sports Day – ticket entry only

Friday 9th July – Badgers Pirate Day and Sports Day – ticket needed for sports day

Monday 12th July – Squirrels Sports Day – ticket entry only

Monday 12th July – Reports to be sent out

Thursday 15th July – Year 6 Leavers Celebration – Virtual for parents

Friday 16th July – Frogs Class Graduation – Virtual for parents

PTA Break the Rules Day and Year 6 Disco

The last week of term was a busy week for the PTA, who organised and prepared the food for the Year 6 Maypole disco on Thursday and The PTA ‘Break The Rules Day’ on Friday. Both events were a success and the children seemed to really enjoy them. They raised an impressive £393 and were awarded a certificate by Miss Krasauskas on Friday, along with staff and pupils, for all their hard work.  

Fairy Homes by Hedgehogs

Children in Hedgehogs have been busy making fairy houses to go with their fairy dolls. We have then used these to make our own fairy wonderland. The children have loved doing this.

Coronavirus Doncaster: Update by Dr Rupert Suckling, Director of Public Health – 4th June

This week has seen some significant milestones in our local Coronavirus response. Firstly, for the majority of the week our hospitals have reported 0 cases of COVID-19 being treated. We have also seen, for the first time this year, our case rates drop significantly below the national average, our current figures show our rates are 21.5 per 100,000 (from 23 to 29 May) compared to the England average of 32.5 per 100,000. Local COVID data

Our vaccination programme has also continued at a pace – with almost 75% of the eligible Doncaster population having received their 1st dose and just under 50% of Doncaster residents now being fully vaccinated.

This is all great news, and I want to thank all of you for continuing to make safe choices in how you enjoy the relaxations of restrictions. It has been great to see families enjoying half term activities across the borough (including at our newly opening Danum Gallery and Museum) while being sensible and thinking about hands, face, space and fresh air. I urge everyone to carry on, and let’s try and get our figures even lower ahead of the decisions due around 21st June and step 4 of the roadmap.

Please remember the best way to protect yourself and the rest of Doncaster, is to continue with your weekly testing regimes, isolating when you need and getting your vaccination as soon as you can. Visit the Doncaster Council Coronavirus Update website for more information on Drop In Vaccination Clinics,  more information on testing and Danum Library.

Squirrels Complete Biome in a Box Challenge

As part of their ‘What a Wonderful World’ topic, Squirrels class learned about rainforests and Mr Robson challenged the children to create the features of a rainforest by making a model jungle in a shoe box using different tools, media and techniques, combining natural and synthetic materials. Below are a few examples completed by the children.

Out of School Achievement

Sofia moved up a level in swimming and Ellis was man of the match after his football team won 10-3. Aria received a certificate for a 180o kick in taekwondo and Lilly won a puzzle competition on holiday.

Skipping and Circus Day Reminder for Owls, bees and Squirrels

We have invited Mr Dan to teach our KS2 children some exciting new skills. On Tuesday 8th June KS2 will have the opportunity to take part in a speed rope skipping workshop followed by a Circus day on Tuesday 22nd June. We would like to ask for a contribution of £6.00. This includes both workshops and food. Payment can be made via ParentPay. Consent for your child to take part in the activities will also be required when paying. Children will need to wear their P.E kits for these days.

Free course available for families

Doncaster Council has shared with us the following information regarding a course which parents/carers/ grandparents and extended family members may find useful.

We want to make sure you are aware of this fantastic, locally sponsored, offer: Maybe you have heard about the brilliant online courses for parents, FREE (with access code: STGEORGE at: www.inourplace.co.uk) for residents in our area? The Solihull Approach (NHS) have launched a NEW online course!

How do I access? 

www.inourplace.co.uk

What’s the code?

If you haven’t used it already here is the access code for all the online courses (funded for residents of Doncaster): STGEORGE

If, like many parents, you have already used this code, log into your account here and this course will be ready in your dashboard to start whenever you are ready.

Can I tell my family and friends?

Absolutely! Share the news with other families in the area so that they too can take advantage of this fantastic opportunity.

How long is it?

There are 7 modules which each take about 5 minutes to complete and will benefit from time to digest in between.

If you like this… …you might like the bigger ‘Understanding your child’ or ‘Understanding your child with additional needs’, or other courses in the series. www.inourplace.co.uk