The children have arrived safely and after a quick bite to eat are busy engaging in their activities. After a long journey, a fun filled afternoon and lots of fresh air the staff are hoping a good night’s sleep will be had by all tonight!
Pop along to our annual Christmas Fayre for some festive fun, titillating treats and a visit from Father Christmas himself! Doors open at 5pm, with the raffle being drawn at 6pm. There are some spectacular prizes on offer this year, including a term’s free lessons with Stagecoach drama and theatre school, so please make sure […]
With Christmas just around the corner, its time to get your Christmas Tree and Christmas Pudding orders in and raise valuable funds for the school! The Friends of Wray Common are selling premium grade, non-drop, Nordmann Fir Christmas Trees cheaper than you can buy locally, so what are you waiting for? Order your’s now. Not […]
Wray Common School will be celebrating Children’s Book Week during week commencing 13th November. As well as the Scholastic Book Fair, where children and parents will have the opportunity to purchase books and raise money for the school, we will also be visited by author, Paul Geraghty, who has written “Hoppameleon” on Tuesday 14th November and then from […]
With Remembrance Sunday fast approaching, our school council will now be selling poppies and other merchandise between 8.30 and 8.45 am everyday until Friday 10th November . There is a fantastic array of merchandise available, from slap bands, to pencils, to rubbers and hair clips, so please support this very important cause. Suggested donations are […]
The countdown is on to our annual Fireworks Event! With drinks, a BBQ, glow-products and a spectacular fireworks display, this is one of Wray Common’s biggest fundraisers, so please make sure you come along and support this fantastic event on November 3rd from 5.30pm.
The Year 6 children have had their lunch and are burning of their last bits of energy playing games, before boarding the coach at 1.30pm for their journey back to school. They are scheduled to arrive in time for normal school pick up but if this changes we will notify the children’s parents/ carers.
The children have arrived safely and after unloading their luggage and grabbing a quick bite to eat, are now refueled and ready to get stuck in to their activities! After such an action packed start to the trip, the teachers are all hoping they will sleep well tonight!
Come along to our Open Morning on Thursday 12th October from 9:00am – 11:00am, no need to book! Join us for a coffee and a tour of the school. There will be a welcome introduction from our Headteacher, Mr Murphy and a talk from our Early Years Leader, Miss Sophie Kelly, with a presentation from some of our […]