Posted Feb 23 2013 09:36 by Web Admin
You might have noticed that our building is undergoing a few repairs in the last few weeks the old infants building Year 1 and Year 2 has had a new roof and extra insulation to help keep the building warm and save money on heating bills, the exterior walls have been repointed and repaired. This week the admin block and main entrance has had it's roof and insulation replaced and the exterior walls repaired. In the next few weeks the Key Stage 2 building and Reception outdoor area will be getting some essential repairs to the foundations, walls and roof. Thank you for putting up with the disruption whilst the work is carried out.
Please keep your children safe and remind them to stay away from building sites.
Dates for your diary
Posted Feb 15 2013 08:28 by Web Admin
Half-Term Holiday School holidays start from Monday 18 February to Friday 22 February
We expect all children to return to school on Monday 25 February. Registration starts at 8.55am so please be on time. Breakfast Club will be open as usual from 8.00am until 8.30am
Friday 22 February (half term holiday) 9.00-12.00 at The Pump. This is operated on a drop in basis and is free
Chill & Chat on Friday 1 March 9.00am to 10.00am in the Conference Room with Mrs Wakelam and Mrs Burke. This session will answer all queries that were raised in the last Chill & Chat and inform you about events coming up during next half term.
Teacher Days: Monday 18 March 2013 and Thursday 23 May and Friday 24 May 2013.
Please note these fall mid term due to availability of providers. The days are being used to focus on improving the quality of teaching and learning to meet the new OFSTED criteria and Talk for Writing, a proven programme for developing writers of all ages.
Come along to our free Breakfast Club
Posted Feb 14 08:32 by Web Admin
Now the days are brighter and longer have you thought about bringing your child to the free Breakfast Club? This runs everyday from 8.00am to 8.30am and entrance is via Eddish Road. We cannot admit children after 8.30am. Children can choose from a variety of breakfast options, including cereal, toast and juice, and enjoy a whole host of activities including art and computer games.
Booking is not required but the Breakfast Club Supervisors do keep a register on a daily basis.
Winter Weather Warmers
Posted Feb 1 08:00 by Web Admin
Please can we remind you to send your child into school with adequate outdoor clothing. Providing the weather is not wet (ie raining or snowing) or icy, children will be given the opportunity to play outside at break and lunchtimes, therefore children will need suitable clothing for the conditions:
- Winter coat or Fleece
Please make sure any items of clothing are marked with your child's name.