Every year we work with the wonderful Katie Doherty to plan, write and perform a school song that becomes our anthem for the year. The children really enjoy singing these songs and they can now practice these at home.
Don't forget to visit the School Picture Gallery to see our latest pictures. Can you spot yourself on a school adventure?
In Wheatley Hill Primary School, we think it's very important to work hard and try our best all the the time. As a reward for doing this, our teachers award us House Points. These are counted up each week and the winning team is announced in assembly. The team with the most points at the end of a term receives a fantastic surprise. Good Luck!
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Mathletics & Spellodrome
As well as reading your book each night and learning your spellings, your class teachers would also like you to use our online Homework program called "Mathletics" & "Spellodrome".
Visiting these websites, you can practice your spelling and maths skills. You will earn points by spending time using these and you will get your name mentioned in our Celebration Assembly on Friday. Good Luck
Links For Children
We have worked hard to gather some links that you may find fun, challenging or useful. Please explore these links when you have some free time and see if you can complete any of the puzzles, challenges or games.
Remember to also check your class webpage because your teacher will add useful links to that webpage more specific to your topics.
Online Worry Box
In Wheatley Hill Primary School, we think it's very important that all of the children in school feel happy, comfortable and safe. We are very lucky in school because we have the wonderful Mrs Anson, whose role is to help boys and girls when they feel upset, anxious or worried about something. Mrs Anson is always on the School yard every morning and at lunchtime so she is easy to find if you need to talk to her about something. There is also a worry box attached to the door of her room and you can even use the form below to send her a message directly.
Note - children should enter as e-mail address.