A very big 'thank you' for all of the very kind Harvest donations this year and for joining us for our special Service in Church.
Thank you to our wonderful new Worship Council for leading us in our Service and prayers.
Due to your generosity, we were able to help members of our community by donating dried, packaged and tinned food, and baby products, to the Women's Refuge, and all fresh produce to Homelink.
...love one another.
St. Werburgh's are delighted to share the exciting and humbling news that we have been voted by other schools to receive an award for our sporting behaviour!
The 'Most Sporting School' award for 2018-19 was voted for by all members of the Cheadle and District School Sports Association (CADSSA), and our lovely school were honoured to receive the most votes due to the children's attitude, behaviour and their desire to always thank opponents, teachers and officials at every event.
We are very proud of all of the children and parents who helped us to win this award and very grateful to those who selected us to receive it. THANK YOU!
We were delighted to welcome Craig and his friend - and mascot - Strider into school for an assembly to introduce us to a brand new scheme to promote walking to school and a healthy lifestyle.
The WOW Walk to School Challenge helps children to discuss with their parents the benefits of active travel and looks at more sustainable modes of travel to school. The focus of WOW is to get as many pupils as possible walking, cycling and scooting, with the remaining parking away from the school gates to complete a 'park and stride'. The result is less pollution and congestion around the school gates, less opportunity for accidents and fitter and healthier pupils. Children will record how they travel to school with rewards available for being more active.
Congratulations to the boys and girls who have represented their school in the Y5/6 CADSSA A and B League football. Both teams started the season well and have played with big smiles and plenty of effort.
TMPF Music Teacher, Mr Prescott, is delighted to invite all members and friends of the school family to join the new season of the Cheadle Community Choir, which starts again on Thursday October 3rd, 4.30-5.30pm, in its new home of our sister school, Bishop Rawle C.E. (A) Primary.
The choir is FREE to all and promises to be fun, relaxing and can even make people happy! It comprises of parents, grandparents, aunts/ uncles, staff and friends of children at any of the local Primary and High Schools and friends from the local community.
Welcome to the new school year here at St. Werburgh's C.E. (A) Primary School.
All of the children have made an amazing start and our Reception class have settled in beautifully-we are very proud of them as they begin their school journey.
The entire school and TMPF family wish the amazing Mrs Brassington, Mrs Jones and Mrs Welford the very, very, best of luck in their well-deserved retirements.
We send you all our very best wishes and thank you for your expertise, love and friendship.
Term dates for the academic year 2019-2020, including the change to the May Day Bank Holiday, can be found here.
Huge congratulations to our amazing Y3/4 Tag Rugby team who won the CADSSA championships in Uttoxeter.
The ten young players showed exceptional skills to win each of their six matches and with it claim the title of CADSSA Y3/4 Tag Rugby Champions 2019.
We are very proud of not only their rugby skills but also their perfect attitude and sporting behaviour throughout the whole event.
Very, very well done...champs!
Sadly, due to unsafe conditions, 'Sports Day' was unable to take place as planned on Tuesday 4th June.
We will contact parents and carers shortly with a new date and hopefully you can come and join us for our new-look event featuring different stations and activities for the children to enjoy.
Fingers crossed that the weather is better next time!