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Hello Yellow - £238

NSPCC - £1700

Children in Need - £544

Race For Life - £544

Save the CHildren - £181

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daily achievements

Primary Leaders Awards

Last year, in Year 3 and Year 5 we entered a Primary Engineers award where children invented a new product based on a need. Today we received our results and I am thrilled that everyone achieved a pass or more! Fantastic effort!

In addition, we have 5 stand out superstars!
Scarlett (Y4), Olive (Y6) and Chloe (Y6) all received the highest award of a DISTINCTION which is a fantastic achievement!

We also have Natalia (Y6) and Molly (Y4) who also received a DISTINCTION but had their work shortlisted to almost be featured in an exhibition. Brilliant effort!

Well done everyone for taking part and a huge congratulations to the 5 girls!

Harvest Festival - Community Links

As part of our Harvest Festival celebrations, we have been collecting donations to give to our local food banks (Wath Food Bank and Cortonwood Community Centre).

In addition to the donations, we have also been encouraging the community to come together again over half term and complete our Funky Friends Treasure Trail. Children designed a picture, character or scene and displayed the product in their front window or garden. Pupils and members of the public were then encouraged to follow a trail to spot the different designs.

The Flock at Wentworth

'The Flock' was an art exhibition by people in the local community that landed at Wentworth Woodhouse and it looked stunning! Team Central’s Year 5 are extremely proud to be a part of this project by designing birds to reflect the last year!

'The Flock' is an art installation on Wentworth’s East lawn consisting of 10,000 wooden birds all hand-painted by the local community. People of all ages share their personal memories and feelings of lockdown.

Hello Yellow!

For World Mental Health Day, Wath Central had a focus around easing worries, sharing anxieties and managing the issues and emotions we feel. This included yoga sessions, consideration of what our strengths are and what other people think of us and looking at understanding ways to lower our anxiety, such as cloud watching and using music to calm.

Children came in yellow to participate in the #HelloYellow campaign ran by Young Minds UK. So far, we have raised £238.58!!!

#TeamCentral shining in lockdown

The support, effort and feel of school community was a shining factor during the COVID-19 lockdown. We knew that by working together as a school family, we would get through such a difficult time when school closed due to COVID-19.

As a school, the phrase 'Together We Can' was felt through our pupils, parents/carers and staff. We returned to school closer as a community with #TeamCentral continuing to be at the heart of everything we do.

STEM Success!

Following their success at the recent Yorkshire/ Derbyshire Regional finals, both Wath Central Robotic teams Nu-Alliance and Galaxy Knockouts attended the UK finals for VEX IQ in Telford. They performed brilliantly against many secondary, selective and independent schools. Nu -Alliance won the Energy Award for their enthusiasm and motivation and earned their place at the Vex IQ World Championships in Kentucky, USA.

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Fitzwilliam Street
South Yorkshire

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