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  • Train to Teach with Teaching School Alliance

    30th October 2017

    Considering becoming a teacher?  Delta is delighted to offer School Direct Teacher Training with our outstanding Teaching School Alliances.

    School Direct is a national teacher training initiative which offers an exciting opportunity to train alongside outstanding practitioners.  Delta TSA is working in partnership with Sheffield Hallam University to offer School Direct places for 2018/19.  As part of the training programme you can gain a Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) with Qualified Teacher St

  • Comic Relief 2017

    24th March 2017

    For Comic Relief 2017, the school council decided to raise money by holding a non uniform and crazy hair day. We saw lots of wonderfully crazy creations (from both the pupils and staff). We managed to raise a fantastic £87.30 - once again thank you for your generosity.

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  • Year 6 Codebreaker event

    19th October 2016

    On Wednesday 19th July, 4 of the Year 6 pupils were accompanied by Mr Brown and Mrs Hatton to take part in a problem solving event at the Army Barracks in Scunthorpe.

    The room had been set out in the style of Bletchley Park and the code breaking was to make the children think about Enigma and to use their skills they had been taught to break codes and solve problems.

    The team worked exceptionally well together and everyone played a vital part. We came third overall and were very proud of our achievements. It

  • Uncle Bob's assemblies

    10th October 2016

    We are very lucky to be visited by Mr Sheard each half term. He tells us religious stories in assemblies. He always makes it fun by including us in the story telling, teaching us songs and dances and he always has lots of props with him.

    We always look forward to his assemblies!

  • Harvest Festival

    3rd October 2016

    On Monday 3rd October the whole school took part in a Harvest Festival celebration at the church.

    Class 1 retold the story of The Little Red Hen using actions from Talk for Writing. To do this in front of a congregation after only being at school for a few weeks was really brave. We were very proud of them. Class 2 sang us a Harvest song they had been learning and talked about what they had learnt about Harvest. Class 3 told us about the globalism of food and Class 4 talked about the uneven food distribution

  • Humber KS2 Small Schools Games

    28th September 2016
     I was delighted to be able to accompany the children to the Humber Small School Games which was held for schools with children under 100 pupils from across North Lincolnshire, Hull and East Riding. Myself, Mrs Grey and Miss Carnaby were very proud of all of them, the way they conducted themselves during the day. The children were determined and eager to do their best in each activity they participated in. Bringing home some medals was a fantastic achievement, the cricketers won gold and golf participants r
  • Sports Day

    13th July 2016

     

    Following the Olympic theme our house teams represented a well known athletic nation: Red - Kenya, Blue - USA, Yellow - Jamaica and Green - Brazil. The children represented their country in running, obstacle, beanbag and relay races with points awarded for finishing places. The winning team this year were Jamaica, could this be a sign for Usain Bolt's Olympics!

    Individual boy and girl winners were awarded for each year group, and many parents and carers joined in a fantastic afternoon of competition.

  • Worlaby Academy does the Olympics!

    11th July 2016

    We had an amazing, active, action packed week trying lots of different events! During the week we took note of children following the Olympic and Paralympic values of: Friendship, Respect, Excellence, Determination, Inspiration, Courage and Equality. We finished the week awarding our Olympic medals for these values in each of our sports. The sports were: archery, multiskills, basketball, martial arts, cricket, skipping, football, skateramp and street dance.

  • Queen's birthday celebrations

    10th June 2016

    What a great time was had today by the children as we celebrated the Queens 90th Birthday. We started the day by making crowns, flags and bunting. A special lunch was served in the playground as the tables were set up in a street party style. That was followed by traditional games and ice creams. Jack R in Year 2 said “today was my best day EVER at school!” 

    The children were very impressed and we all felt really proud to receive a letter from the Queen!!

     

  • Murton Park

    26th May 2016

    On Thursday 26th May, Years 5 and 6 travelled to Murton Park to become Vkings for the day.

    They got dressed in costumes of the ages and carried out a range of activities from grinding wheat, weapons training (with blunt, dummy weapons), guard duty, pottery, farming and house work. They also had to keep the Lord entertained during lunch.


  • Running Club

    5th May 2016

    Come and join in with running club, every Thursday after school with Mrs Grey, Ms Carnaby and Mrs A Clark. The children warm up in the playground and then go for a run in the village.

  • Queen at 90

    21st April 2016

    On Thursday 21st April, the whole school joined other members of the community to commemorate the Queen’s 90th birthday. We all met in front of the church and Bob, who is also 90 this year, planted a Queen Elizabeth floribunda. It was an exciting moment and we all waved our union jack flags and sang happy birthday to the Queen. ITV’s calendar programme was there to film the event.

    Follow the link below to watch it:

    http://www.itv.com/news/calendar/story/2016-04-20/queen-at-90-the-region-celebrates/

  • Easter Service

    23rd March 2016

  • Sport Relief 2016

    20th March 2016

    On Friday 18th March the children came to school wearing sporting attire ready to take part in the Sport Relief Mile. Prior to starting, our Sports Ambassadors (Holly, Jake, Sienna and Elliott) did an excellent job of warming everyone up. As a whole school the children participated in the mile and could be heard cheering each other on and supporting one another. Well done to everyone for taking part, and completing the mile. So far we have raised £62.

  • Dance Showcase

    20th March 2016

    On Tuesday 15th March a group of our pupils from year 1 to year 6 took part in a dance showcase at The Baths Hall Scunthorpe. The pupils performed to Sacrifice by Olly Murs in front of 7 other schools and parents. They all had a fantastic time, and were a real credit to our Academy. Well Done to all of those who took part.

  • Amazing Joseph

    10th March 2016

    On 10th March, Year 2 accompanied by Mrs Clark and Mrs Hatton arrived at the Baths Hall to take part in the Amazing Joseph production.

  • Snow in Worlaby

    4th March 2016

    On 4th March we had a flurry of snow in Worlaby. The children were all really excited and if they had a warm coat with a hood and waterproof shoes, they were allowed outside to play in the snow. Take a look at our pictures.

  • World Book Day

    3rd March 2016

    World Book Day

  • An Eco afternon

    2nd March 2016

    Eco club put on a fantastically fun afternoon for the whole school to encourage everyone to re-use and recycle everyday objects.  We all had a fabulous time.  (Charlie, Jessica & Jasmine)

    In the musical activity we made shakers out of old plastic cups and trumpets from the middle of kitchen rolls and plastic gloves. (Elise)

    In the sporty activity we had a recycling obstacle course where we had to navigate through the course then select a piece of recycling to sort into the correct bin.  It was a great way to

  • Harry Potter Event: A night of spells!

    29th February 2016

    On 29th February pupils from KS2 gathered for a night of spells.

    This event was part of the Words Count strategy where we are encouraging all children to improve their reading and to have a love of reading. It followed on from our succesful Extreme Reading competition and our Book Snooze event. The event was full of fun activities for the children linked to the Harry Potter books, such as: a sorting hat ceremony; an opportunity to make your own potion full of weird and wonderful things; a wand making class;