Here you can find all of the amazing competitions going on!
Superhero Writing Competition!
Use the templates below (or a blank page)- your task is to write all about who your hero is.
Is it someone you know? Someone famous? Someone fictional?
- Why they are your hero and why you admire them
- What makes them a hero
- What we can learn from your hero
There are prizes for everyone that enters! The deadline is Wednesday 19th October at 12 pm. Our special guest judge, THE MAYOR OF HIGH WYCOMBE, will choose a winner!
In today's assembly, we looked at the importance of sleep and what happens if you don't get enough sleep.
We're launching a competition- if children can fill in the form attached for their sleep patterns next week, they'll get a prize! We'll be encouraging them daily with how to maintain good sleeping habits.
For more information on how to help your child sleep better, click here: https://www.nhs.uk/.../healthy-sleep-tips-for-children/
The West Wycombe Bake Off!
We are excited to announce 'The West Wycombe Bake Off'!
On Tuesday 1st November, the first day back after Half Term, children can bring in cakes they've made to enter our special competition. The theme is 'Cakes I can bake', so it needs to be something they can make with minimal help from their grown ups.
Staff and parents can also enter!
Who will be Star Baker? Who will get a Hollywood Handshake from Mr St Croix?
Good luck everyone. On your marks, get set, BAKE!
Mr St Croix is relaunching the amazing nature photography competition! It was a real hit last year; the children demonstrated incredible photography skills and we featured in the Bucks Free Press!
Please see the attached letter for details on the competition. Good luck everyone 🤞
As part of Safety Week, in assemblies we've been looking at how to be safe outside of school. We explored road safety, cycling safety, Stranger Danger, the Green Cross Code and more. Huge thanks to Noah in Year 3/4 for thinking up 'Safety Week'- as it's his idea, he'll be judging our Safety Poster Competition!
See the picture for details. The deadline for entries is Friday 4th March- good luck everyone!
West Wycombe PTA is becoming FOWW (Friends of West Wycombe School)! FOWW would like a new exciting logo they can use on their advertising.
What is FOWW?
FOWW Friends of West Wycombe School, fundraise for exciting opportunities in the school, like Poet visits, New iPads, etc. This is done through coffee mornings, discos, mufti days and more.
What is a logo?
Logo is a simple image or icon that is recognisable for a business. They may contain an symbol that is recognisable without the words like Apple. Or the words on the logo, make up the image. Like Burger King. Some logos have hidden messages. Like amazon which has an arrow connecting a to z.
What makes a good logo?
Logos are normally very simple and often symbolises the business.
FOWW, are asking you to design a logo that represents Friends of West Wycombe School. This can be hand drawn or drawn on the computer. The winner will have their logo transformed into the new logo used by FOWW.
Deadline: Friday 3rd December
Please give entries to Mr Tang- all entries win a prize!
Black History Month
Year 3 and 4 are celebrating Black History month with a Class Assembly- Year 3 and 4 parents- you are warmly invited to join us tomorrow at 9 am in the Hall.
Year 3 and 4 have also been working on some poems on diversity. To celebrate diversity across the whole school, we are launching a diversity poetry competition!
Have a go at writing a poem on diversity. It could be an acrostic poem, like the example in the middle. It does not have to rhyme! Try your best!
All entries will get a prize and they need to be handed in by 22nd October to either Miss Mahmood or Mr St Croix.
At West Wycombe we have wonderful junior photographers who know how important a picture can be. A picture says a thousand words and, in this case, it tells us a thousand words about nature in our local area.
Two members of our Newspaper Club, Jaya and Izzy, set up their own photography competition. All of the teachers were impressed with their maturity when they collected the entries, chose the winners and presented the winners to the whole school using their own PowerPoint.
Jaya from Year 6: I liked to see everyone’s pictures and how I liked the effort they put in
Izzy from Year 5: I enjoyed that people showed respect for nature
Our school works hard to provide all children with a chance to show off their wonderful talents and photography offers a range of exciting and valuable learning experiences. May this be the first of many photography competitions.
The three big winners:
3rd place: Oscar
2nd place: Seb
1st place: Freya
Well done everyone!
Bank Holiday Maths Competition!
We put together a Bank Holiday Maths Competition that was a big hit.
We made a video for how to enter:
You can see the winners below.