Our News items

Rubbish, recycling and compost. , by Miss Booth

Date: 13th Nov 2019 @ 1:50pm

This afternoon, children in Oak Class, Maple Class and Olive Class attended an assembly lead by Lucinda Hodges who works at Cheshire East. 

Lucinda told the children all about the way that Cheshire East and other counties, such as Staffordshire, get rid of their rubbish and how the children can really help our planet by ensuring they put the correct things into their bins at home and at school. 

Lucinda was also helped school Junior Recycling Officers, Imogen and Sienna. Imogen and Sienna have been set some challenges to help improve our school and how we get rid of items such as fruit cores, skin, leaves etc. Keep a look out to see what ideas Sienna and Imogen come up with. 

Parking Spot Check!, by Miss Booth

Date: 19th Jul 2019 @ 8:16am

It was great to see Cheshire Constabulary checking up on the safety of our roads and car parks at home time yesterday. 

Congleton in Bloom, by Miss Booth

Date: 5th Jul 2019 @ 3:49pm

Well done to Tilly, Elijah, Noah and Poppy, who all took part in the Summe Plant up Congleton Park earlier this month. 

Town Sports 2019, by Miss Darlington

Date: 4th Jul 2019 @ 11:43am

A huge well done to the children that took part in Town Sports this year. They were absolutely fantastic and we were all so proud of how resilient they were. Their behaviour was exceptional and they all showed amazing team spirit.

Well done to Tom Stanaway (Year 4) for winning the Silver medal for Long Jump. This was a huge achievement, particularly when we consider that all the schools in Congleton compete in this competition! Wow!

Rose Queen, by Miss Darlington

Date: 1st Jul 2019 @ 3:57pm

Well done to our retiring Rose Queen, Daisy A, and her attendants, for a wonderful closing ceremony. She handed over her crown beautifully to Lilah K, our new Rose Queen for 2019-2020. The attendants were also beautiful and did a wonderful job!

Also, thank you to Mrs Rowley for organising the whole event, which took a lot of time and effort!

Sports Week!, by Miss Booth

Date: 28th Jun 2019 @ 7:07am

National Sports Week 2019

Well, what a busy week we have had for National Sports Week. We were a little worried on Monday that the weather might ruin all of our plans, but luckily the sunshine turned up and we've had a wonderful week. 

This year’s sports week focus was '5 Ways to Wellbeing' and each of these 5 ways have been focused on in a different way across the school. 

Monday was all about being activeand year 1, 2, 3 and 4 children were certainly active on Monday morning. The children all took part in a rugby session, lead by Dan Robinson from Congleton Rovers Club. They learnt some of the skills for playing tag rugby and were well and truly worn out by the end of their session. By the smiles on their faces, learning this new sport was a hit! Dan is joining us again next week to give year 5 and 6 the opportunity to work with him too. 

On Tuesday we connected with Castle Primary School and played in a friendly match against them at their school. The game was tough but our team played really well and didn't give up, showing perseverance and resilience throughout. A special well done to both Sadie, who did some amazing saves in the goal, and to Luke for keeping the spirits of his team up when things got tough. 

Wednesday was all about giving back and some of year 6 children did just this on Wednesday afternoon by getting our little ones moving. Mackenzie, Luke, Abi and Haydn spent the afternoon on our sports field running obstacle course and races for Acorns and Olive Class. Judging by the laughter and cheering I could hear, I would say the children had a brilliant afternoon. 

This year we haven't just focused on being physically fit and healthy but also about how we keep our mental health fighting fit too and this is a topic we talk about lots in school. So on Thursday we took notice through yoga of what our minds were telling us and each class took part in a yoga session, run by Mrs Cosgrove.

During the afternoon, Bee Active got Oak and Maple class busy again with a netball and dodgeball tournament! 

Which leads us to Friday - LearnOver the course of the week, the children have been learning about different sports personalities, including; Richard Whitehead MBE, The Brownlee Brothers and Dan Sturridge. They have not only learnt about their sporting achievements but also about what characteristics they hold to have lead them to these successes. We have talked lots about those two words, perseverance and resilience and how each of us have these skills we just have to dig deep to find them sometimes. 

A very busy and enjoyable week! 

We took lots of photos and these can be seen below as well as on your Class Dojo pages. 

Read4Good, by Miss Booth

Date: 19th Jun 2019 @ 2:34pm

You might remember, back in the spring term, we ran a Readathon to raise money for a charity called Read 4 Good. The chairty raises money to buy new books for children in hospitals. This is due to the fact that used books cannot be donated to hospitals, due to the risk of infection. 

Lots of children took part and we raised an amazing amount of £304.10! This money will now be donated to local hosiptals to buy some amazing new books! 

Well done everyone who took part! 

Juvenile Arthritis Day , by Miss Booth

Date: 7th Jun 2019 @ 11:44am

We have had a lovely day in school today, supporting 'Wear Purple for Juvvenile Arthritis Day'. 

Our campaign was organised by Theo, who was diagnosed with JA when he was seven years old. Theo lead our whole-school assembly this morning and educated not only the children but the staff too on just what JA is and his own experiences with this. We are all very proud of the way Theo manages JA and also how he has encourgaed his whole school to support him in his quest to raising money for a brilliant campaign. 

Well done Theo and a huge well done to all of the children who wore purple today and donated. 

Drama Presentation , by Miss Booth

Date: 5th Apr 2019 @ 2:32pm

Drama Presentation , by Miss Booth

Date: 5th Apr 2019 @ 2:32pm

What a lovely morning we had at school today. We started our morning with singing assembly in the hall, however this was no normal singing assembly. As a treat for the children, after they had worked so very hard on their Easter performance, we sang some of our favourite 'Friday Feelings' songs and had a kittle boogie! Even Mrs Massen joined in! 

This excitement was followed by Maple and Oak Class children sharing their drama performances with the rest of the school and some of the parents. It was so wonderful to see a range of poems being performend in lots of different ways with lots of expression and actions. 

The children who have attended drama club also showed us the poems they have been working on, including a littler surprise for Ms Warrilow in the form of an acrositc poem, written by themselves! 


A visit from a Roman Soldier , by Miss Booth

Date: 3rd Apr 2019 @ 12:59pm

Bee Active Fun at Lunchtime , by Miss Booth

Date: 28th Mar 2019 @ 3:40pm

The children had great fun at lunchtime today. Jake from Bee Active bought along his speaker and the children were able to dance away to the gorgeous sunshine! 

Mrs Massen even led the children back into school in a giant conga line! 

Chess Champions , by Miss Booth

Date: 27th Mar 2019 @ 9:28am

During celebration assembly today, we welcomed our chess teacher Mr Blackburn to joins us.  Mr Blackburn had lots of certificates to give out for the competition he has been running over the past term in chess club and it was wonderful to hear how impressed he was with all of the children who have been attending. We really do have some super chess stars! 

We were also thrilled to hear that Esme is our school champion. Esme has most definitely taken to chess like a duck to water! She has taken part in a number of competitions now, always scoring very well! 


Fun at yoga club! , by Miss Booth

Date: 6th Mar 2019 @ 3:38pm

Yoga club looked very relaxing and lots of fun this afternoon with the children playing 'Yoga Jenga'. The children chose blocks, which had a different yoga position on each. There was even a golden ticket, where the child who picked this cube could take their pick of their favourite pose to ask the rest of the children to perform. 

The children and Mrs Cosgrove all worked very hard!

Young Voices , by Miss Booth

Date: 12th Feb 2019 @ 6:49am

Well, we had an amazing time at Young Voices 2019!

On Monday 11th February, the school choir travelled to Manchester Arena to perform in the Young Voices concert with hundreds of other children, in front of lots of parents from many different schools.

The children sang lots of different songs (along with dancing) including 'Any Dream Will Do', 'Viva La Vida' and 'The Greatest Showman' medley. It really was a pleasure to take the choir to the concert as they were so well behaved and really were the stars of the show!

Here are some photographs for you to enjoy of the children having an amazing day at the concert!

We cannot wait until Young Voices 2020!

Scooter Skills, by Miss Booth

Date: 17th Jan 2019 @ 4:07pm

Our new ‘scooter skills’ club has already been a huge hit with our infant children. The children loved their first club; learning how to scoot around safely! 

Woodcocks' Well Christmas Service , by Miss Booth

Date: 19th Dec 2018 @ 12:59pm

Well, what a lovely morning we have had here at Woodcocks' Well in our annual Christmas Service. We always feel that our Christmas service really kicks off the start of that festive feeling and we think you'll agree that the children's gorgeous singing gave everyone that warm, tingling, Christmas feeling once again!

A huge thank you to everyone who was able to attend our service and for your kind and generous donations for The Salvation Army, our Rose Queen collection and to the PTFA. 

From everyone here at Woodocks' Well, we wish you a wonderful Christmas and a very happy new year. 

Trampolining at Eaton Bank , by Miss Booth

Date: 30th Nov 2018 @ 12:55pm

Recently, children in year four along with some year five children visited Eaton Bank Academy to take part in a trampolining lesson. 

The children had an amazing time and learnt lots of new things and a sport that they might not have tried properly before. Mrs Andrews was full of compliments about the children, how well they worked and how polite and well mannered everyone was - which is always wonderful to hear. 


Rotary Club Art Competition , by Miss Booth

Date: 14th Nov 2018 @ 2:18pm

Well what an exciting assembly we had yesterday! 

We were lucky enough to welcome Rod Goodier, from the Congleton Rotary Club to our school, who came to present some prizes and certificates to the children. Earlier in the year, during the summer term, some children from our school took part in an art competition, held by Congleton Rotary Club. The theme of the competition was ‘my favourite month’ and the children were allowed to use any artistic techniques and resources they wanted. 

We had some amazing entries and we really don’t know how the judges chose a winner...but they did! 

Lots of children received a certificate and a sample prize off taking part. Emilia (last years, year six) was a runner up, as was Teddy in year three! 

And our winner was Elliot, who as you can see from the photos was extremely proud of himself! Elliot was presented with his artwork, which had been framed and an artists painting set. 

Bikeability training..., by Miss Booth

Date: 4th Oct 2018 @ 3:32pm

What a fabulous first day our year 3 and year 5 children have had completing their Bikeability training. 

Wedding Bells , by Miss Booth

Date: 24th Jul 2018 @ 12:25pm

A huge congratulations to Miss Nutty and Miss Rigby who are getting married this summer (not to each other!) 

We wish them lots of love and happiness for the future. 


Drama Performance, by Miss Booth

Date: 13th Jul 2018 @ 6:07pm

This morning, the children of Woodcocks' Well, along with some of the parents, were lucky enough to see the after-school drama club performance. 

The children in the after-school club have been working extremely hard together discovering poetry, which they feel passionatley about.

The children worked in pairs and small groups to perform some of the poems they had previously worked together to find or even write. We must say we were very impressed with everyones performances, as well as their choice of poems to share. 



Summer Reading Challenge , by Miss Booth

Date: 13th Jul 2018 @ 5:38pm

Listen up mischief makers! It's back! The challenge we love most at this time of year...The Summer Reading Challenge. 

This is an amazing (and free) reading activity for your children to take part in over the summer at any library around the country!

See the download below for further details...


Year 5 fair trade workshop at Eaton Bank, by Miss Booth

Date: 20th Jun 2018 @ 9:18am

An enterprising group of children consisting of our year 5 children visited Eaton Bank for an insight into World Trade.

After an interesting insight into life at Eaton Bank School and it’s Geography Department our children split into teams representing countries around the world. Each team was given a pack and some children were most indignant to discover that the contents of the pack were not fairly split country by country. The aim was to manufacture perfect paper shapes and sell them to the world bank (teacher) in packs of five. Trading was allowed but not any stealing of other team’s shapes! Our children showed such clever manufacturing techniques and enthusiasm for trade ...the atmosphere was electric with competitive spirit. We were surprised to discover that our results mirrored real life trade, in that the country’s that started with least resources worked so hard that they ended up making lots of money through trade. Well done to all pupils who took part.

A Royal Feast , by Miss Booth

Date: 8th Jun 2018 @ 3:37pm

On Wednesday 23rd May the children at Woodcocks' Well enjoyed a feast fit for a queen (or a Prince and Princess!) to celebrate the marriage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. 

Luckily, the weather was beautiful and we enjoyed a lovely luncthime on our netball pitch and playing on the school field. 


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