Brompton Westbrook Primary School

Kings Bastion, Brompton, Gillingham, Kent. ME7 5DQ

01634 844152



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Week commencing 12th July 2021

Term 6 week 6 and 7




Well we cannot believe that we are almost at the end of this academic year – these last few weeks have whizzed past so quickly. The children have a busy and we hope enjoyable week ahead of them as we begin to round off their time at Brompton Westbrook and continue to look to the future and their transition into secondary education. This week is Sports Celebration Week and we will be participating in our sports activities as part of our on-going Well-Being Wednesday events. Children will be working and competing in their teams in a number of activities including relay races. Some our Year 6’s will also be helping to support the Sports Celebration Week by set up equipment every day and being available to help during events, maintaining social distance of course and adherence to bubble restrictions. During the week all Year 6 pupils will have the opportunity of having and addition session in the outdoor classroom with Miss Staples. In our computing session this week the children will be given the opportunity to access the various on line and virtual activities and tours that have been set up by the secondary schools in the area. We will also be using our PSHE teaching to further support the children with any transition issues or worries they may have. As we move into the final three days of the school year we have now finalised the end of year arrangements for Year 6, a letter has been sent out to all parents. It has been challenging this year to make the  arrangements for end of year celebrations and still manage to adhere to the necessary COVID restrictions, especially as we are seeing a rise in infection rate. We hope that we have managed to do this and that the final few days at Brompton Westbrook will be enjoyable and memorable for our children.

Mrs Tindall and Ms Stewart