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Category: In the Community

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WPT Secondary RE Team Visit the Madina Masjid for Iftar

The secondary RE team were invited to iftar (fast-breaking evening meal of Muslims in Ramadan) at Madina Masjid Sheffield. The team have recently completed our series of Year 7 visits to the mosque for this academic year in our Rotherham schools, these visits form part of our entitlement curriculum, enabling students to visit free of charge. Our RE colleagues attended as visitors alongside members of the police and fire service.

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students holding certificates with wpt logo at the borrom

WPT Students attend The Don Valley Festival

Last weekend (22nd-24th March), students from primary and secondary schools from across Wickersley Partnership Trust attended The Don Valley Festival!   The festival is a community event that has a strong emphasis on young talent and creativity in Doncaster and beyond. It celebrates the artistic abilites of children in South Yorkshire, in areas including art, photography, music and drama.   The submissions from WPT students were entered into various categories

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Skipping School Festival 2024

On Friday 9th February Rotherham School Games teamed up with Skipping School to deliver two Skipping Festivals. 17 Primary schools from across Rotherham attended the event split over a morning and afternoon session, including 3 of our Trust schools. This saw over 180 children participating in skipping and learning new skipping skills, whilst also giving them a chance to represent their school at a School Games event.  All schools attending received a

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Sports Hall Athletics

The Rotherham School Games team hosted their every popular Sports Hall Athletics Programme in January and February, with children from Y5, Y6, Y7 and Y8 having the chance to participate. The primary programme consists of 10 boys and 10 girls making up a team, accumulating points for their times, distances and scores across a number of indoor track and field events. The Y7 and Y8 competition has boys and girls competing as

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WPT Students in Young Musician Final

On Sunday 4th February, Ben and Lucas from Thrybergh Academy, and Ruby from Wickersley School headed to Nottingham to compete in the Rotary International in Great Britain and Ireland District 1220 Young Musician Final, which covers South Yorkshire to North Nottinghamshire.   We’re incredibly proud to announce that Ben (sponsored by Rotary Club of Rotherham) won the Vocal Class with an outstanding performance! This means he will now progress to

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WPT on the Made by Mammas Podcast!

Our Director of Safeguarding and Director of PSHE have today been featured on the Made by Mammas Podcast.   The Podcast, hosted by TV and Radio Broadcaster Zoe Hardman along with Georgia Dayton, features a Q&A on all things PSHE and Safeguarding including sex and relationships, internet safety, communication, friendships and bullying.  Check it out today on Spotify or your favourite Podcast provider. https://open.spotify.com/episode/2PslJRup89W8hHpGH06UhP?si=47e38d7823964ec4

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WPT Cheerleading Activity Camp

Is your child interested in Cheerleading? Wickersley Partnership Trust are hosting a Cheerleading Camp this half term!   Tuesday 13th and Wednesday 14th February 2024 Wickersley School and Sports College – Yellow Gym Students in Y5, Y6 or Y7 (9-12 years old) welcome £20 per day An interest or previous experience in cheerleading or gymnastics is required   There is a limit of 20 students per day.   If you would like

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Read for Good Readathon

During this half term, Y7 and Y8 students across Wickersley Partnership Trust are taking part in the Read for Good Readathon. Read for Good is a registered charity that started as Readathon in 1984, by asking students to read whatever they wanted in their spare time, and getting their friends and family to sponsor them to raise money for seriously ill children in hospital. Readathon continues to support reading for

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