Special Days

World Book Day 3/3/23

We had a wonderful day celebrating World Book Day. The day started off with a special World Book Day assembly, followed by book based activities and lots of opportunities to read, read and read some more!

Don’t they all look wonderful!!!

Archery Competition 10/1/23



Some of our pupils represented the school in an Archery competition at Wrekin College. Mr Rowley said their behaviour and sporting efforts were exceptional and he was very proud of how they performed. Well done!

Year 6 Prom and Graduation 11th July


On 29th June, the 2nd Wombridge Scouts took over our school. Pupils took part in exciting activities including rifle shooting, archery, camp fire lighting, marshmallow toasting, navigation skills, the phonetic alphabet, first aid, blind fold sandwich making and much more………  How lucky are we??

Year 2 Commonwealth Multi Sports event at Telford Tennis Club in Oakengates. 7.6.22





Perry the Bull , the official Commonwealth Mascot of the Commonwealth games visited Wombridge on 2.3.22. The children were absolutely mesmerised with Perry and learnt so much about the Commonwealth games that will be taking place in Birmingham.

Here are some facts:

Perry is named after the Perry Barr area of Birmingham, the home of the Alexander Stadium, which will host the athletics events at the Games, as well as the opening and closing ceremonies. The stadium is undergoing a £72 million transformation in time for the Games.

The mascot’s rainbow-coloured hexagons represent the coming together of the Commonwealth in equal partnership with the diverse communities of Birmingham and the West Midlands at the Games in 2022.

Perry is a friendly, kind and cheeky bull, an animal with which Birmingham has been synonymous for centuries. The city has had a market area known as the Bull Ring since the 16th century; the site is close to the current Bullring shopping centre, with an iconic bronze bull statue at its entrance.

Perry is wearing a medal, which references Birmingham’s iconic Jewellery Quarter, the UK’s centre for jewellery and precious metals for more than two hundred years. The area still produces around 40% of the country’s jewellery and is home to one of the world’s largest Assay Offices, hallmarking millions of gold, silver and platinum items each year.

The mascot’s sports kit includes blue, red and yellow stripes, a nod to the colours of the official flag of Birmingham, and the city’s motto, Forward.


On Friday 17th March 2022, the Scout Leaders visited school to tell our pupils all about Scouts. The representatives  lead the assembly sharing information about how scouts can support young people with their personal development, empower and make a positive contributions to their society.

The leaders  weaved the school values of L.E.A.D into their presentation and are enthusiastic about developing exciting opportunities for the children of Wombridge in future collaborations with the school.

Spring Fair

On 7/4/22, we had our first Spring Fair. Our talented pupils created some fantastic goods to sell including book marks, key rings, cakes, sweets, paper weights, tea light holders and much more ….. We had games to play including a Human Fruit Machine, Guess the name of the Unicorn and Tin Can Alley.

We were raising money to buy playground equipment for our children to play with at break/lunchtime. Here are some photos of the fantastic creations: