Children in Need on Friday 16th November

Wellfield Juniors are going the extra mile for Children in Need! The children are doing a sponsored walk to raise funds, adding all their “Daily Miles” during the week to reach our target of 1,000 total miles walked or run. They can wear their own clothes (something sporty or spotty – with trainers) on Friday 16th. Please sponsor your child and send donations into school on Friday 16th November in an envelope marked “Children in Need”. Thanks in advance for your support! Children in Need...

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Anti-bullying Week

Next week (12th -16th November) is Anti-bullying Week and the theme of the week is “Choose respect!” We are holding an Odd Sock Day on Monday 12th November, so children can come to school wearing odd socks to celebrate what makes us all unique.  ...

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Ofsted Report 2018

Following our recent Ofsted Inspection on 13th September, I am delighted with the published outcome, which confirms what we as a school firmly believe: that we continue to be a good school. The report is very complimentary about the children’s good behaviour and eagerness to learn, our effective safeguarding and our  good progress since the previous inspection. It recognised the huge range of extra-curricular activities provided here, and the warm, friendly atmosphere. “Wellfield is a calm, safe and purposeful school where pupils are well behaved and want to learn.” It also recognises teachers’ high expectations in lessons, and the good quality of teaching, resulting in strong progress. The report also confirms our own and the governors’ understanding of how we can continue to build on this to further improve. “Teachers’ work to develop the most able pupils’ confidence to challenge themselves with more difficult activities is beginning to bear fruit.” I was grateful too for the many overwhelmingly positive responses that staff, parents (and pupils) gave to the inspector’s survey, online and via text. The children were fantastic, and a credit to their parents. Thank you! Ofsted Report...

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Trafford Citizenship Ceremony

Proud Year 6 pupils from Wellfield Junior School joined 16 new UK citizens from around the world, at a welcome ceremony at Sale Town Hall on the 11th September, led by The Mayor of Trafford, Councillor Tom Ross, and attended by the Deputy Lord-Lieutenant of Greater Manchester, Susan Craig JP. In the splendour of the Town Hall, they played their part, reciting a poem by Benjamin Zephaniah called, “The British (serves 60 million)” and joining with the National Anthem. They presented bookmarks they had made and shared what they felt was special about belonging to our country. A proud moment for everyone involved! Read the full report here...

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