|The Chase, Walpole St Peter, PE14 7NG, UK Wisbech|
Tel. 01945 780121
- Children in Reception had great fun learning about traditional May celebrations, and performed their own May Dance - unfortunately there was no May Pole available!
- They made their own very special hats just for the occasion
- In Year 1 the children produced these beautiful finger print pictures in Art.
- In ICT the children investigated different ways of presenting information in charts and graphs. They produced their own graphs.
- Children in Year 2 have been busy making self propelling vehicles, and some of their work has gone on display at the High School, and the Teachers' Center in King's Lynn.
- In Year 3 the children made their own Roman shields
- In their Class Assembly, the children told us all about the work they had been doing this Half Term, and showed their parents examples of work done across the curriculum
In Year 4 the children were reading 'The Iron Man' in Literacy, and made their own Iron Men in Design Technology.
- Year 4 Visit to Oxburgh Hall
- The children visited Oxburgh Hall as part of their History studies on the Tudors.
- In ART in Year 5 the children were investigating shadow and shades, and made these lovely pictures from Black Sugar paper and tracing paper.
- The children have also been investigating different Rivers
- Year 5 children performed an amazing assembly to an audience of children, parents and carers - all about Playground Games.
- Year 6 enjoyed a whole term's tuition funded by the Lottery Heritage Fund, where they learnt about local stories and traditions through Drama and Dance.
- They performed for parents friends and staff in school, and again for the Mayor of West Lynn.
- In Year 6, the children also experience a 3 day residential visit to an outdoor adventure activity center, at Hill Top near Sheringham on the North Norfolk coast.
- In Design Technology, the children made a moving, powered vehicle.
The school serves pupils who live in the parish of Walpole and the admission arrangements are made regardless of ability, gender or race
The Annual intake limit is currently 30 pupils (2007/2008). The criteria for admission is as follows:
- Children with statements which names the school or who are looked after by the LEA.
- Looked After children as designated by the LEA
- Geographical location: Walpole St Andrew, Walpole St Peter and Walpole Marsh.
- Children who already have siblings in the school.
- Children of regular worshipping members of the Church of England.
- Children of regular worshipping members of a Non Anglican Christian Church.
- Children whose parents, if not worshipping members of a Christian Church nevertheless, wish their child to attend a Church of England Aided School because of its specifically religious emphasis.
The school will admit Reception children on a full time basis from the first day of the Autumn Term .
It is important to register your child for a place as soon as possible by contacting the county . This is because the annual intake limit for the school is only 30 pupils per year group. Please note that the parents of any child may appeal against a decision by the Governors to refuse admission to the school. To this end the Ely Diocesan Education Committee has an appeals Committee established for the purpose of hearing and deciding any appeals against refusals of admission to the school.
Admissions September 2008-2009
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