Tuesday, 19 September 2017

Watch out Messi...Webber's Tom L is Hot on your Heels

Tuesday 19th September 2017

Roving reporter, William Rogers, Year 6 reports.

This evening saw the first Year 9 to 11 home football fixture against The Milton Keynes Academy (MKA). 

Although the final score was 11-3 to MKA, the Webber boys played extremely well against a very tall team! We created great chances but their keeper was too strong. However, the three goals that were scored by Tom Loh (2) and Kavin Muhunthan were amazing, especially Tom's goal from the half way line that went in to the top right hand corner. We have a Messi in the school! Watch out!

Kory, Ty, Aaron and Jamie showed great anticipation with their amazing through balls and tackles and not to forget our goal keeper Lionel Fraser who made some astounding saves, as well as letting in 11!

After the match Mr Small was interviewed and he said: 

"The commitment and ability to play on was absolutely outstanding. They never gave up, that's what The Webber is all about." 

When asked who stood out in the team, Mr Small said that Lionel Fraser deserved the Man of the Match.

Top goal scorer Tom Loh said: 

"It felt really good representing the school. We weren't so lucky with the score but playing as a team brought the boys closer together." 

Tom mentioned Kavin and Aaron as stand out players but I think that Tom showed great skill, awesome goals and commitment to the school.

Well done Webber!

What have you done today to make YOU feel proud?

Tuesday, 4 July 2017

National School Sports Week

National School Sports Week finished at Webber with a Home Run Derby and EYFS completing ‘Power of 3’. They used their PJ Mask superhero powers in different activities!

Thursday, 29 June 2017

Prep Day of History

The Prep School this term has been studying Dinosaurs,Vikings, Victorians and World War 2. 
After a really fun filled Webber Prep Day of History dressed in their specific attire, we all came together for a 1940's tea dance.

National School Sports Week

Here are some photos from lunchtime events taking place as part of National School Sports Week. Students have so far enjoyed chip the golf ball and cross bar challenges!

Tuesday, 20 June 2017

The Year 5 visit to the Milton Keynes Museum

The Year 5s have been studying the Victorians and today we visited the Milton Keynes Museum to experience what life was like for them.
The children experienced how different school life was in Victorian times and how strict the rules were.
They could all appreciate how much better school life was today - in particular, no canes.
They looked at the lives of both rich and poor families, which gave them a better understanding of what life was really like in the late nineteenth century.