again from Westwood School where we have had a very busy start to the year
since I last wrote to you, including a trip to London and a live radio show
from the centre of a large IT exhibition, a brilliant Safer Internet Day and a
visit from the fabulous author, Joe Berger. Once again our fabulous Orchid
class dancers took part in the West Wilts Dance Festival at the Bath Forum.
With a theme of Love, the children put on a stunning display which was
beautifully choreographed and timed to perfection. Our Hockey players also
recently took part in an inter-school tournament and came a tremendous fourth.
They were such a credit to our school and played with complete confidence. World
Book Day was another great success with an array of fantastic costumes. Each
class took their own focus for the day and the children had the opportunity to
experience some super book-based learning. Our school blogs also continue to
thrive in their content and learning, so please do take time to have a look and
we would love your comments. Head to westwoodblogs.org to find out more!
Ian Rockey Head teacher
Article published: 24 Mar 2019
A very Happy New
Year from us all at Westwood
School! It was lovely to
see so many of you at our Christmas Fair and in school for our festivities. We
are now settled back into the new term and already the children are immersed in
fascinating topics. You can find out more of what we are enjoying from our
class blogs which can be found at westwoodblogs.org.
station, Westwood Radio, is going from strength to strength and we now have
around 15,000 listeners every month tuning in!
We broadcast online every Monday at 8.15am, Thursday at 2.15pm and
Friday at 2.15pm on radio.westwoodwithiford.org with all the latest school and
community news. Please contact us if you have an item you would like us to
We feel very
much part of the local community and our Oral History Project continues to
thrive, with a wonderful archive of material being gathered for future
generations to enjoy. We also have a number of activities planned and a date
for your diary is Friday 15th February when I will be hosting Tea with the
Head. All are welcome!
Ian Rockey Head Teacher
Article published: 30 Jan 2019
busy and exciting few weeks have passed at Westwood with Iford School and our
run up to Christmas is almost underway. Please join us for our Christmas
Fair on Saturday 1st December at school. There will be plenty of festive cheer to get you in the
Westwood Radio continues to grow, with three live shows a
week and over 10,000 listeners last month; tune in at
radio.westwoodwithiford.org. If you
would like to advertise on our station, please get in touch as we have some
slots available on our schedule.
Our exciting Westwood Oral History Project is also gathering
pace and we are still looking for people
that would like to share their memories of living, working, growing up and
going to school in the Westwood area. We have already interviewed a number of
community members and learnt so much from them about Westwood in the past. We
can visit you or you are most welcome to come into school for a very informal
chat with some of our delightful children. Please get in touch with the school
if you are interested. From all of us
at Westwood School, have a Merry Christmas!
Article published: 28 Nov 2018
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Westwood Scarecrow Trail: Saturday 25 May - Sunday 2 June 2019
This year’s theme is … ‘Numbers’!
Think of a film, book, character, song etc. which includes numbers or numerical references – perhaps you could make a 007 scarecrow, or the 3 Little Pigs or Count Dracula?
Come up with your own idea, or we can make some suggestions to help you decide.
Please contact us if you can:
* Make a scarecrow
* Host a scarecrow in your front garden if you are on the route
* Join our friendly group and help with the organisation
* Bake cakes
* Help during the week by selling maps and / or serving refreshments.
Please email email@example.com to get involved
(Deadline for scarecrow entries is 31 March 2019).
Save the date: Scarecrow BBQ in Westwood Park on Sat 25 May more info to follow soon.
Article published: 30 Jan 2019
The trail is a really fun village event which raises much needed funds for Westwood with Iford School and Westwood Nursery School – thank you in advance for helping us to make it a success – The Scarecrow Trail Group
A date for your diaries…………………………. Safari Supper 2019
I would like to give you plenty of notice of the date for this year’s Safari Supper – it will be on Saturday June 15th, kicking off at 7pm.
For anyone not familiar with it, there are details on the www.westwood.parish.co.uk under Events.
Also details and application form in the next Update. Let’s make this one a big one! Jane Mitchell 867322 firstname.lastname@example.orgArticle published: 30 Jan 2019
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Please could this be included in the next Westwood Update:
17th. November 2p.m. Discussion hosted by the Seniors Forum with Speakers from Carers Support Wiltshire, Age Concern, the Doctor's Surgery Bradford on Avon, amongst others. Venue Westwood Social Club in the small bar area with complimentary refreshments and information relating to those of us who are Senior Citizens. Those who attend will be invited to ask the ' panel ' about any concerns they may have about the services available for them, particularly with issues relating to our Village.
Judy Shaw 35 Lower Westwood BA15 2AR 01225 864949
Article published: 27 Sep 2016
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