End of Year Awards 2017/18

End of Year Awards Assembly - Thursday 19th July 2018

Our well attended and emotional End of Year Assembly was a lovely way to celebrate all the progress and achievement of our pupils. It was also a chance to say thank you to our committed staff team for all their support and hard work.

Our choir opened the assembly with a beautiful performance of 'A million Dreams'. A huge well done to our Student Council and Rights Respecting Citizens who achieved an award for their commitment and valuable contribution to whole school decisions and events.

Well done to all our pupils who achieved 100% attendance awards - and to their parents for supporting this to enable them to reach their full potential.

A fantastic result this year with the home reading rewards - 55 pupils achieving the End of Year Reading Award. Thank you to parents for supporting and encouraging this. A shout out goes to the Y6 class in particular who, as promised, received a present to take up to comp with them as they were the only class to all achieve this award.

Congratulations to all the children for their individual awards - Citizen and Student of the Year awards and the Outstanding Awards for Y6 that were presented by their very proud and emotional teachers!

Thank you to the parents that were able to attend this wonderful event. Your support is appreciated. We are so very proud of your children.

Wickersley Partnership Trust Primary Awards Ceremony - 18th July 2018

Over the year the school has gained many advantages of working with the other primary schools in the WPT, sharing good practice, resources and accessing specialist subject support for MFL, music and PE from KS3 teachers. The leaders have met weekly to plan for further developments, improvements and opportunities for our children.

To celebrate end of year achievements, some of our Y6 pupils were invited to receive a WPT award as part of a wonderful first Primary WPT ceremony. This took place on the stage at the Civic theatre in Rotherham and awards were presented by the CEO, consultants and directors of the Trust. Our Y5 and 6 Choir members were extremely proud to perform their energetic version of 'This is me' during the presentation too.

A massive congratulations to Amelia Locke and Hanna Wyskeil for receiving 'outstanding effort' awards, Harrison Hopwood for an 'Overcoming barriers award', Doriana Martins and Levi Bullock for outstanding sportsmanship awards, Ellie Ward for receiving an award for the best attainment in maths, Emily Rodgers for receiving three awards for the best attainment in Reading, SPAG and Writing and to Casey Hargreaves and Sinead Williams for receiving my Head teachers award for representing the 'West Melton Way'.

We are very proud of you all.