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Easter Competition 2024!

We started this term with a day celebrating the many cultures that are represented at Westcourt Primary and Nursery School. 

UK is a diverse country, so it is important that there is a space for all cultures to be celebrated and represented. This will help many young people in the UK, to have a sense of understanding on who they are, making their discovery on their overall identity, a smoother process. 

Take a look at some of the work the children were completing during the day. 

Christmas Card Competition 2023 Winners!

Coronation Dance!

To celebrate the King's Coronation each year group picked a song from the his Coronation celebration playlist.
The children had so much fun putting this together!
Here are the highlights for you to enjoy. .

Coronation Family Picnic

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New Gates

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Year 6 Secondary Schools

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We had lots of lovely Christmas performances to enjoy at the end of term.  Enjoy!  (Parents - relevant passwords will have been shared with you via text message.)  You can make the videos full screen using the icon in the bottom right-hand corner.

Christmas Spells Christmas - Production

Reception Nativity - The Sleepy Shepherd

KS1 Christmas Performances

Nursery - Father Christmas song

Raffle Prize Winners

Look at our amazing Christmas Card competition winners!

Look at our winter wonderland!

The Great Spotacular!  Friday 18th November 


The Great Spotacular

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Friday 18th November - £1 cash donation for charity

Grosvenor Hall Parents Meeting Information

Many apologies for the cancellation of today's meeting. The meeting will now take place on Monday 31st October. In the meantime, please do read the power point slides and I will answer any questions that you have at the meeting. 

Hot Weather

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Year 3 and 4 Reserch Project

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Research Project

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An amazing week celebrating the Platinum Jubilee!

Important Message: World Book Day

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Rock Steady Concert

Coffee Morning Thursday 3rd February 9am

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Covid Guidance Monday 17th January 2022

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Up dated guidance about ending isolation.

New Covid Guidance: Tuesday 11th January

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Thursday 6th January

Blue tickets!

On Line Learning Years 1 to 6

School Update

Elf in Westcourt!

Covid Update

Football Table Draw!

Covid Update - Monday 15th November 2021

Thursday 21st October

Thursday 14th October

Thursday 7th October

Thursday 23rd September

Thursday 16th September

Emma Raducanu

Thurs 9th Assembly

Welcome Back!

The Great Barrier Reef

Footballs coming home!

Friday 2nd July

Friday 25th June

Friday 11th June

If you could live anywhere in the world!

Work of the Week Assembly

Have a look at the brilliant work that the children have been completing. 

Sing, sing, sing!

Work of the Week and Times Tables Rock Stars.

Well done everyone on great achievements! 


Work of the Week

It’s always so good to hear about children’s learning at school, from being an amazing role model, tackling fractions, writing independently to having a first successful week at Westcourt! 

Thursday 6th May

Work of the Week Assembly

Look at the fantastic work that the children have produced at school over the past week! All of them spoke so well in assembly, sharing their learning with the whole school. 

Books, Books and more Books!

This is "Books, Books and more Books!" by Westcourt School on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

Work of the Week

Friday 23rd April

Online Safety For Years 5 and 6

On Thursday 29th April Years 5 and 6 will be taking part in an online safety workshop with Jonathan Taylor. This will be an extremely important sessions in which they will cover topics such as online identity, web cam usage, bullying but also how the internet can give the children lots of fun as well. 

In the afternoon Jon will hold a zoom session for parents from 1.30-2.20. This session will cover topics such as the current dangers, twitch, periscope etc., positive posting digital tattoo, working with the school.  If, like me, you aren't sure what they are make sure you go to the workshop so you understand what your children might be using! He will also talk about Azoomee an online app that could help you at home as you navigate this tricky IT world as a family. 

Karen will send out  zoom log in details on the day. 

Please do join this important session. 

Easter Assembly

Guidance on what type of test to take and when.

The Census

Covid Symptoms

Friday 19th March 2021

Friday 12 March

Last Day of Home Learning!

Congratulations to you all, this is the last day of home learning and we will be back in school on Monday morning! I can’t wait to see you all and I know that you are all excited about seeing your friends again. I have loved all the photos, messages and waves you have given me during this time. Have a great last day and I will see you all on Monday!

PS: give you adults at home a massive hug for all they have done for you!

Miss Sexton 


World Book Day!

I am loving all the pictures of you dressed up for World Book Day! Keep sending them in.

Parents thank you for reminding me of other stories I read as a child as well. I had completely forgotten about Mrs Pepperpot! 

Can you spot the teachers? Some are dressed up and others are reading in unusual places! 

Spot the picture that was taken in the days we could all go out! Dreaming of those days!!

World Book Day!

How many animals went into the ark?

Thank you for all your answers last week to this question. I loved the different ways in which you worked it out!

Simra, I love that you found 10 different combinations of animals that could go into the ark, great use of multiplication! Miss Marshall will be proud.

Jack, what a great use of IT skills to present your work. You set it out very systematically, Miss Hart and I love that! I’m not sure I would want to be on the ark with 100 snails!

Amelia, great use of your farm animals at home to show how you solved the problem. 

Nikolai, what fantastic answers to the question if 12 feet went into the ark? I love the way you have used pictures and have clearly written your number sentences! 


A school of bakers! 

I have loved seeing so many of your pictures since you have been learning from home but there has been one familiar theme...baking! It’s a good job I can’t put weight on just from looking at your creations. We definitely have some contenders for the Great British Bake Off, maybe you could try Junior Bake Off. 

Take a look at the talent we have at Westcourt! 

Work of the Week Assembly

Friday 26th February

What we are looking forward to!

Wednesday 24th February

Maths challenge: how many animals?

Monday 22nd February

Half Term Fun!

It’s been great to having a week off and having no home learning to complete. I do hope that you have managed to have some fun. Send your pictures in and I will add them below! 

Happy end of term from us all - enjoy!

Look at the cakes Freya has made. This is now on my half term list!

Some really great work has been completed!

Chinese New Year is being celebrated tomorrow - so the house needed decorating!

Feb 10th More Big Mouth Creatures Added!

Wednesday 10th February

Having fun in the snow! More pictures added today!

Maths Challenge!

Last week I set you a maths challenge to find out how many ways you could build a tower out of 3 colours or 4 coloured blocks. 

Thank you to everyone who sent in their answers. Yes, there were 6 ways using 3 colours and 24 ways using 4 colours!

Have a look at the answers below. 

Look at this amazing work!

Monday 8th February

Assembly Friday 5th February

Work of the Week!

You have all been so creative with your big mouth creatures this afternoon! 

Which is your favourite? 

Thank you Simra, Lewis, Jack and all the key worker children in school!

Lewis, thank you for your video message, it made my day! We are missing all of you at school as well. 

Arty Thursday!

Wednesday Story Time

WOW! I have been sent this amazing piece of work. Well done Leon!

Tuesday Maths Challenge

Work of the Week Assembly

Look at this weeks amazing work!

Jack drew a picture of me!

Freya this is an amazing pirate ship, well done!

Look at all these amazing hairy toe pictures which have come in, I love them all!

Friday Assembly

Tessa today has summed up all our feelings, we are all missing each other. Remember we might be apart at this time but we are all still one community at Westcourt!

James, Jessica, Katelyn, Tessa and Jack have taken their dots for a walk!

Sebastian I love your monster looking for his toe!

Let's get arty!

Paul Klee

Artist Paul Klee said ‘a line is a dot that went for a walk’. This is often what happens with a doodle…you don’t plan to draw, your pencil just seems to wander off across the paper. This drawing is made from an almost unbroken line that makes a series of round-cornered boxes. The artist then added stick legs and eyes to make the shapes into a quirky character.

Why not have a go at taking a dot for a walk? Don’t plan your picture. Just let your pencil wander randomly. See what happens when you add eyes, arms and legs to your doodle.


Have a look at the link below.

Fantastic learning from the Dempster boys!
Harry wrote his first poem and made a recording of it for me to watch. It was brilliant! He had to draw himself as a baby surrounded by his favourite toys. He also drew kaleidoscope images based around the creation, dangers and luxuries of life and has also been learning how to subtract fractions. 
Freddie wrote his very first book review, has met his AR target twice and has been completing 6-8 pages of work everyday. 

keep up this amazing learning, we are all so proud of you! 

Hairy Toe Challenge!

Whole School English Challenge

Answers to the maths challenge!

Maths Challenge

Thank you to James, Jessica, Katelyn, Edward, Georgia, Nikolai and Shaun who all sent in great answers for the maths challenge. You are all super stars! 

Fabulous crocodile work by Logan. More rock star fun and work towards the couch to 5K challenge. You are all amazing! 

Work of the Week Assembly

Work of the Week, have a look at this fantastic work!

First News!

Have a read and see what is going on in the world. 


Chocolate Raffle

Who is your superhero?

James, Jessica and Katelyn have all tried the maths challenge! Which answer will be in the envelopes?

Love that there is lots of learning happening both indoors and outdoors!

Harriet’s number 12 rainbow bonds!

Edward has completed the maths challenge! Love that he has used the number bonds rainbow.

Hello Thursday!

Maths Challenge!

Georgia and Nikolai have worked very hard on the maths challenge. Have a look at their work. Well done, keep it up! 

Happy Wednesday!

Thank fantastic work Shaun, this is great maths work! 

Whole School Maths Challenge!

Whole School Maths Challenge!


Have a go at the whole school maths challenge. I need your help finding out what the question is!

1. Pick a number, either 14, 24, 240, 2,400 or 24,000.

2. What number sentence can you make that has the answer above?

3. Year R, 1 and 2: what + and - number sentences can you write? 

4. Year 3, 4 ,5 and 6: what +, - x and division number sentence can you write? 

5. Find all the possibilities you can.

6. Pick one number sentence that you think is hidden in the envelope!


Remember you can use equipment to help you add and subtract (e.g. cars, pencils, small bricks). Or pictures or jottings to help with your workings. 

Key stage 2, remember what do you know about 24 that could help you to find number sentences for 24,000? 

You have until Thursday 21st to email your answer in!

Have fun



Cooking at home!

 Looked at this coconut cake baked with mummy. They talked about what ingredients were needed and what amounts. Eggs were cracked and they used an egg separator as they only needed the whites. It was mixed and flattened in a pan (it looked a bit like porridge from our goldilocks story). When it was cooked they put the frosting on top. It looks amazing! 

Work of the Week Assembly

Look at our pets!

Look at these beautiful pets.

Amelia and Jack have two cats, one is called Dash with the tash! 

Freya has a gorgeous dog called Rosie.

Cameron and Sofia grandparents have a cat called Sybil!

Katelyn, Jessica and James have two cats called Ben and Jones. Ben is the fluffy one on the left and Jones is on the right. Ben is super laid back and meows when he wants food or to go outside  Jones is frightened of everything and runs away all the time. They love sitting together cuddling. 
Look at Bruno the German shepherd and Denzil the pony. 

Georgia has a pet cat called Lola and lots of fish!


Friday Assembly

Do you know all the planet names in order like Katelyn?

Loving this work by Sienna!

Hello from giraffe!

Jack has been practising his drawing, amazing!

The weekend!


I love hearing about your weekend and what you have been up to!


Evie and Teddy have been keeping fit by going out on bike rides. They have also been exploring the woods as a family which is great fun! 


Harriet has been horse riding, learning to thread the needle, around the world and trotting over poles! I loved the videos, they were amazing. What a great skill to learn!


Harry and his dad are taking part in the couch to 5K and they went out running this morning at 7am! Mum and Freddie had a great time with Joe Wicks! 

I loved hearing that both boys have been busy working through their learning packs and activities on their class web page. They also watched the new BBC bitesize programmes that launched today on CBBC. Your teachers are going to link some of your learning to this but do check it out at


BBC Bitesize will be free for BT, Plusnet Mobile and EE customers without eating into your data allowance. The article below says 

All contract and pay-as-you-go customers of BT Mobile, EE and Plusnet Mobile will be eligible and the free package will continue while schools remain closed. No registration is required - the free access will happen automatically.


See the article below.


Its great fun and you will learn lots. 



Like everyone else I stayed at home this weekend except going out for some exercise! It was cold but beautiful. These are two pictures that I took. 

Keep sending in your pictures to me as I love seeing them all! 


Prizes can remain in school until we fully open.


Prizes will be given directly to any child who is part of our key worker groups in school. 


However, if you would like to collect your prize when you are out on your daily walk they can be collected as follows. 


Prizes from the chocolate raffle can be collected on Thursday 14th and Friday 15th January. Please come between 9.30 - 12.15 or between 1-2pm. Please come to the main gate and when the intercom is answered please state that you have come to collect a chocolate prize, who the child is and the prize. We will then place the prize on the table outside the main office where Karen works. 

Many thanks

Miss Sexton 

Chocolate Raffle Draw!

Chocolate Raffle Winners!


First Prize

New Zealand: Katelyn

Second Prize

Egypt: Austin 

Third Prizes

1 Australia: Charlie

2India: Noah

3 Canada: Iris 

4 Turkey: William 



Chocolate with animal

1 New Zealand: Makala 

2 Turkey: Henry

3 Canada: Buvi 

4 Egypt: Ruby 


Selection Boxes

1 Sri Lanka: Harvey

2 Australia: Faye

3 Egypt: Brandon

4 New Zealand: Ruby 

5 India: Sienna

6 Australia: Mia B

7 Australia: Grace

8 Turkey: Mia M

9 Canada: Danny W

10 Turkey: Dominic 


Selection Packs

1 France: Cerys (Cel

2 Australia: Grace

3 Egypt: Brandon

4 Sri Lanka: Tommy

5 Egypt: Zahra

6 Canada: Tianna 

7 Canada: Sumpriti

8 Kenya: Nikolai 

9 Canada: Sumpriti

10 Norway: Harry 


Box of chocolates

Daily Milk Large: Australia  Nevaeh

Daily Milk Small

Egypt: Reggie

Australia: Harrison

Italy: Ivy

Australia: Harrison 


Gingerbread Match Makers: Norway Lexie

Australia: Rocko




Australia: Brandon

Tube of Chocolate

Milky Bar

Egypt: Jessica B

Australia: Sophia 

Mexico: Bentley

Australia: Charlie 



It's Friyay!!!

Christmas Presents!

Happy Wednesday!

Good morning!

Loving the work that has been sent to me. What a great start to term!

Have a look below, this makes me smile! 

Home Learning!

Welcome back to term 3

Christmas jumpers!

Happy Christmas

Look at these glasses!

Good Morning!

Tuesday 15 December

Welcome back!

Happy Summer Holidays!

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