West End Primary School and Nursery

Be Your West End Best

Year 3 Starling Class

For any children isolating at home, please click into the home learning tab. There is a weeks worth of work for maths, writing and reading.  

Welcome Starlings and their families,

Thank you to all the parents for supporting with our Covid guidelines, the children are very clear on where to go and how to move round school. Please can I just ask that the top path is not used at pick up and drop off and that anybody dropping or picking their child up comes to the main playground, encouraging their child to cross the path independently. I will meet the children in the morning on the bottom playground.


Our PE day is Wednesday and the children will come into school in their PE kits to take part in activities throughout the day.

All homework will be set on Tapestry. This will be sent out at 5pm on Thursday evening and it is to be submitted by Monday evening.

Meet the Starling class team. 


Mr Kelsey 

Mrs Hart 

Mrs Bagnall 

Mrs Heseldin

Times Table Rockstar Day 


Year 3 and 4 had a fantastic day on Friday. We all dressed up as our times table rockstar avatar. 

The children spent the whole day engaging in activities both inside and outside of the classroom to promote the importance of knowing their table facts. The year 6 children were fantastic at organising fun PE type games to really engage the children. 

We finished the day with a times table competition between the two class in the ICT suite on Times table Rockstars. 

Learning our times tables

Starling class have enjoyed Mindful March this month. We have taken part in some relaxing yoga sessions that have helped focus our minds and bodies. 

Starling Class really enjoyed putting their ICT skills to the test. They've been investigating how to program the Bee Bots to move around maps and the obstacles they set up. 

Yey, what a wonderfully christmas production by Starling class. I am very proud of you all! 


Ollie and the Christmas Reindeer

ICT work in full flow

Herd Farm was a super start to the week despite the grey weather. The children have spent the past 3 weeks learning all about the Stone Age and the trip really helped to show the transition into the Iron Age. The children commented on how things were not too dissimilar to the last stage of the Stone Age. Apart from the obvious addition of metal. They learnt how to build houses by weaving sticks and had a challenge to build the most sturdy wall. They then became hunters and enjoyed throwing spears at an invading tribesmen. We ended the morning by sitting around the village fire and we created our own fire using Iron Age tools.

Have a look at our classroom. The children have put so much effort into making it theirs. Well done Starling class!

The children are working so hard in class. Super Maths and Reading!

Useful websites and links to our curriculum.