Belonging

A sense of belonging is central to realising our vision for the school.  It unites all members of the school community and fosters an ethos of shared responsibility and success.

House Teams

Events

Roles and Responsibilities

House Teams

Children at Westfields are split into four different teams represented by colours and named after the patron saints of Great Britain; red for St George, yellow for St David, green for St Patrick and blue for St Andrew. These are integral to the school, being used to reward good behaviour and learning.

House Captains

St Patrick St David St George St Andrew
Captains Faye & Luke Aimee & Thomas Milly & Harry Poppy & Sam
Vice Captain Cameron Poppy Kiera Hope

Capture of scores for website

 

Team point total

Team point total

Team point total

Team point total

Events

Teams of children participate in a range of activities, challenges and events throughout the year.

House team events such as Maths Challenge, the Great Debate and Sports Day encourage healthy competition between members of the different teams.

Events are also held where children represent Westfields to compete against teams from other schools.  Recently, these events have included maths, logo and design technology building challenges and many different sporting leagues and competitions.

Roles and Responsibilities

The children play an active role in the community of Westfields.  As they get older, we believe it is important that they hold a number of key roles in the school and are trusted to do so as part of learning to be independent and responsible. Over the years, visitors to our school have praised the confidence of our children who have these roles such as librarians, digital leaders, photographers, radio interviewers etc. But are you, as their parents, always clear about what they do?

 

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