‘WASPS is special because
we work together respecting each other.’ Class 2B
We recently held a Spring
Concert where we hosted a wide range of
acts, from street dancing to violinists. The
quality of all performances was excellent
and there were a few tears in the audience
as parents were genuinely moved by the
talent and skills of our pupils.
writing group have a brand new challenge - to
research, write and publish articles about school
life. Each term they are to update the life of the
school for us all to enjoy.
So far two pages have been completed but we hope
their will be more very soon. Click below to read
'Dear Mrs Bull,
Many congratulations on the excellent results from
WASPS; praise must not only go to the students but
to the wonderful teachers who inspire them.
In Class 133, Sarah Bebbington took first prize and
was awarded Outstanding and a mark of 90, while
Daisy came third (Distinction 87).
Many thanks for your support.
In March WASPS entered an
interschool gymnastics competition, held at
Baskervilles. WASPS pupils excelled themselves
winning the overall best school category, with many
pupils achieving numerous individual gold medals.
from Year 4 and 6 designed glass light
catchers. Using stickers and tape areas on
the glass were masked off before
sandblasting. The stickers were then washed
off leaving their imprint behind.
is having a new pathology laboratory built.
Children from Years 2, 4, 5 and 6 have
worked on three murals from WASPS. The
murals are now in place at the RUH. Seven
children went along to the unveiling of the
paintings on 05 February 2013.
with H.R.H. The Duchess of Gloucester
and torches with our very own Mrs Reid as
one of the torch bearers
Bull back to school after she was awarded
the Head Teacher of the Year Award
WASPS’ very own badger family
has been recorded using a night camera. So far we
have seen three badgers as well as a fox and a cat
walking past the sett. The night camera was
purchased using money kindly donated by Year 3
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