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The Arts at Winhills

The Arts at Winhills Primary Academy :

 

The Arts represent an outlet of expression, that is usually influenced by culture and which in turn helps to change culture. As such, the arts are a physical manifestation of the internal creative impulse.

 

At Winhills we offer a vast range of Art activities from Reception right through to when the children leave in Year 6.

 

On offer within the school timetable are : Dance, Drama, Zumba, Gymnastics, sports, Young voices, Indian Drumming, Artists and their Art., Art and craft and poetry writing. After school clubs include; Cake decorating, Ornament making, Cross country, Gymnastics, Tennis, Football, Netball and Tag Rugby.

The children are very fortunate to have external coaches come in and teach many of these areas of The Arts.

 

 

The Arts After school clubs:

Term Club  
Autumn

Art Club          

Football

Fitness

Change for Life

Netball

Gymnastics

Tag Rugby

Young Voices

Ornament making 

Cake decorating

 

Spring

Football

Tag Rugby

Tennis

Change for Life

Netball

Tennis (Year 1/2)

Gymnastics

Zumba

Young voices

Ornament making

Cake decorating

 

Summer

Tennis

Football

Gymnastics

Netball

Change for Life

Dance

Kwik Sticks

Tennis

Ornament making

Cake decorating

 

Poster Competition: - To design a bright poster with a short sharp message to keep our school and surrounding area free from rubbish.

 

The winners for the Poster competition were announced on Friday 5th June 2015

        Tanisha Patel and runner up Libby Nash (Yr 5). Both girls were presented with art materials - Happy sketching!

 

Great news:  
Hello
You are receiving this message as having submitted to the Cambridgeshire Young People’s Film Festival,  you have had success in being shortlisted by the judges!
Please see the Film Festival website www.filmstarz.org.uk and select the 2015 Nominations tab for confirmation of which films have been shortlisted. 
The award ceremony is to be held on Thursday 9th July at the Cambridge Corn Exchange; this ceremony begins at 4pm with the door opening at 3:15pm.  Attendees are invited to dress to impress! 
Master of Ceremonies is once again film maker, Martin Tempest. Along with key representatives across the Local Authority, our judges and sponsors, we are also joined this year, by our special guest Dame Evelyn Glennie.  It would be lovely for your children to be aware of this world-renown percussionist and to this end we have shared a full length interview film she made for us, as well as some smaller clips,  the film is available at  www.filmstarz.org.uk under the Hall of Fame tab.  Further details regarding the event are attached.
For each school we are making an initial offer of 20 tickets per shortlisted film and 4 tickets for each individual film entry for the Primary award ceremony. 
Additional tickets may be available upon request, therefore please let us know:
a)      If you require all or just some of your initial allocation.
b)      The number of additional tickets you would like.  We will endeavour to accommodate your request, however seating is limited
Deadline for requests regarding seat allocation is 4pm Thursday 25th June 2015 by reply to elearning@theictservice.org.uk or by telephone: 0300 300 0000
We look forward to hearing from you shortly.

 

So, we have 15 children to represent our school and 4 teachers- Keep voting for us please.

Photos and news of the day to follow.................................

We Won!!!!!!!!!!!

We had 15  Year 1 children represent our school and they all were beautifully behaved .

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