Year 6 had a busy, fun-filled morning at Cheadle Fire Station, where they took part in lots of exciting workshops. The children learned all about fire safety and were given tips on how to keep themselves and others safe. As well as learning about fire safety, they also learned about road safety, mental health awareness, anti-social behaviour and how to perform CPR! The organisers, who were running the workshops, commented on how wonderful the children behaved and how knowledgeable they were.
St. Werburgh's C.E. (A) Primary School are delighted to welcome parents and carers with a child who is due to start school in September 2019 to join us for an Open Morning on Monday 19th November from 9.30-11.15am.
To register for a place, please simply contact the school office 01538 702355 (option 1), or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Pupils from St. Werburgh's C.E. (A) Primary School were honoured to lay a wreath at the cenotaph in Kingsley as an act of remembrance to mark the centenary of the end of World War I.
Members of the School Council and the Chairs of the Worship Council and Eco Council joined Parishioners, Rev. Sue and Mr Lucas from the Royal British Legion to pay respect on behalf of the entire school family.
The children spent time reading the monument to find out more about those from the village who sadly lost their lives in war and looking at the beacon which was lit by the Kingsley community on Armistice Day/ Remembrance Sunday.
In school, the remainder of the pupils and staff gathered together to listen to World War I poetry, say a prayer and impeccably observe a minute's silence in remembrance.
We Will Remember Them.
Members of the St. Werburgh's C.E. (A) Primary School Worship Council were delighted to join friends from their sister school, Dilhorne Endowed C.E. (A) Primary School and new friends from Hanley St. Luke's Primary, at a religious retreat in Dovedale, organised by the Diocese of Lichfield.
The group of eight boys and girls from St. Werburgh’s visited Dovedale House in Ilam for the 24 hour retreat and worked with staff from the Diocese of Lichfield, including the wonderful Bishop Geoff, to explore how they could bring a sense of the wonder and awe of God into the worship which the Council will plan and lead in school.
St. Werburgh's C.E. (A) Primary School were honoured to welcome the Royal British Legion into school to lead an assembly about Armistice Day and the centenary of the end of World War I.
Many thanks to Mr Lucas and Mrs Evans for sharing their knowledge and expertise with all of the children.
We Will Remember Them.
St. Werburgh's C.E. (A) Primary School are proud to be part of a community display to commemorate the centenary of the end of World War I.
Through this special event, St. Werburgh's and all TMPF schools were kindly invited to work in partnership with other groups, schools and local businesses to place displays in shop windows in Cheadle High Street to mark our appreciation of the brave service men, women and animals who have fought for, and protected, their country.
On behalf of the TMPF family, we offer our thanks to all shops and community groups for making this such a special event and also to Boots for generously hosting the display created by the children and team at St. Werburgh's C.E. (A) Primary School which features an injured soldier and a nurse from World War I.
All commemorative displays will be in place until Monday 19th November.
We Will Remember Them.
Congratulations to the boys and girls who represented their school so wonderfully during the CADSSA football A League and B League events.
You showed exceptional sportsmanship (as always!), tackled well, passed well and all showed the importance of teamwork and football being played 'the right way!'.
We are all very proud of each of you.
Welcome to the brand new website for St. Werburgh's C.E. (A) Primary School and The Moorlands Primary Federation (TMPF). We hope that you enjoy looking around our wonderful and informative new site and are excited to see how it continues to grow.
Well done to our wonderful Years 3/4 and Years 5/6 cross country teams who ran their socks off in the CADSSA cross country relay races.
Both teams achieved a mightily impressive third place finish and showed their brilliant team-work and support of one another.
Thank you to the School Council for organising a wonderful 'Cake Afternoon' to raise money for the Macmillan charity. All children baked in class and enjoyed their wonderful culinary creations during a special snack time. Prue Leith and Paul Hollywood (A.K.A. Mr Brayford and Mr Eccles) were chosen to judge and the Rocky Road baked by Years 3/4 earned them the title of 'Star Baker'.
Many thanks to all families and children who helped to raise an outstanding £166 for this extremely worthwhile cause.