Class of 2019

It is with a heavy heart that I write my final blog of our last academic year. Where do I begin?

It has been an absolute pleasure to teach such a wonderful group of young people. They have worked their socks off and as such made huge progress.

We have had the experience of our fabulous trip to France πŸ‡«πŸ‡· Belgium πŸ‡§πŸ‡ͺ and the memories of this I will hold dear for years to come. And of course our end of year production, which was Wroxall’s Greatest Show – truly amazing!!

This would not have been possible without the partnership and support of you, their parent and careers and I wholeheartedly thank you for your constant support.

I am so incredibly proud of all the children within my class. They have blossomed into such well rounded, educated individuals who are now ready to face the next chapter in their lives.

I wish them all the very best at high school and for the future.

Have a fabulous summer.

Mrs Wilkinson 🐘😺🐘


Year 6 Wroxall’s Greatest Show !

Last night, Year 6 performed their leavers performance – Wroxall’s Greatest Show. It was incredible! The children gave it their all and everyone thoroughly enjoyed the whole performance. I smiled so much through the performance that my face ached! I was so very proud of each and every one of them.

I think the leavers assembly on Friday morning is going to be very emotional.

Mrs Wilkinson


Fun in the Sun β˜€οΈ

We all had a fabulous time on the beach today. It was such a pleasure seeing all the children having fun together. Young and older children worked together to make huge sandcastles while others played badminton, cricket, football and rounders.

Their behaviour was impeccable – such a credit to our school. Well done to the staff who worked incredibly hard to enable the children to have such a wonderful experience.


CPR Training

Today, Year 5 & 6 were given the opportunity to learn how to administer CPR. A lady from the ambulance service taught the children how to save someone’s life using CPR.

We were also shown how a defibrillator works and why you may need to use one. She also stressed the importance of looking after the defibrillator, which is housed on the grounds of our school.


Magistrates Court Visit

Yesterday, some of the children from Year 5/6 were invited to visit the Magistrates and Crown Courts in Newport. The staff explained the various roles within each court. We also had the chance to visit the cells, where prisoners are held before moving to a permanent prison. We were shocked at the lack of room in each cell.

As usual the children were a credit to the school and asked a number of interesting questions.

Mrs Wilkinson 🐘😺


Welcome Back

May I wish you all a warm welcome back after the half term break. We will be continuing with ‘Our Changing World’ topic and the children will be producing an extended narrative about an apocalyptic world, which I am sure will get their creative juices flowing.

This last term is an extremely busy and emotional one, as the children will be taking part in their last sports day, Summer Faye and rehearsing for their leavers assembly πŸ˜₯. It will be a time to spend the last few weeks together as a class.

May I take this opportunity to say a huge thank you to you as parents, for your continued support this year, it has been an absolute pleasure teaching your children and watching them mature into such wonderful young people.

Very kind regards,

Mrs.Wilkinson 🐘😺