St. Paul’s Peel & Westwood Park primary school have taken steps to minimise the risk of contracting the Covid-19 virus by suspending family club until further notice. We will update you as soon as possible, and look forward to restarting the club when we are able.
Westwood Park Family Club
Family club promoted healthy alternatives to pancakes this week. Embroidery and weaving were also available, but there was no competition against the fruity wraps.
The families of Westwood Primary and St. Paul’s Peel have had a fun filled couple of weeks at Family club. Flapjacks were made including a few different ingredients – dependent on taste, and a drawing and painting competition went ahead. The ingredients were: 75g (3 oz) butter or peanut butter 5 tablespoons light brown soft…
This week saw the final Family club until the school’s return in the New Year. Selection boxes (Kindly donated through Forviva) were distributed, party games played and fun was had. We return the week beginning the 13th January, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all our families at all of our partner schools.
During the recent sessions held at Family clubs the children and adults have taken part in lots of activities that require scientific and maths skills, as well as having great fun. The families have thoroughly enjoyed being able to make a mess during Family Clubs with mixed feedback about whether the activities will be repeated…
At our Family Clubs this week the attendees have begun the festive activities in earnest. Barton Moss, Westwood Park and St. Paul’s Peel parents and children have spent time with staff at Kickstart making wreaths and cards. The wreaths were a great success. Jackie received a few funny looks when she initially mentioned the idea…