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Results of Parent Governor election

Here are the results of the Parent Governor election held this week. The votes cast were are follows: Romana Hussain                            31 votes Adrian Cooper                                42 votes Shelley Warden                              32 votes Mr Cooper has therefore been elected to the vacant position as Parent Governor. I would like to welcome Mr Cooper and also thank all the candidates for putting themselves forward for the position and showing such commitment to our school and our pupils. Mrs Reynolds It's only fair to...

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Infant & Junior Discos

Infant & Junior Discos

Tickets are now on sale for our PTA Infant and Junior Discos on Friday 4th November. Tickets are priced at £3 per child or £5 per family including refreshments. Tickets must be purchased in advance. Staff will supervise the children so parents do not need to stay. Click here to download the Infant Disco ticket order form. Click here to download the Junior Disco ticket order form. Please send in your orders by Tuesday 18th October at the latest. Tickets will be issued during the week commencing 31st October. It's only fair to...

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PTA Meeting

PTA Meeting

All parents and carers are welcome to come along to our PTA annual general meeting which is taking place on Wednesday 28th September at 6.30pm in the school hall. We will be planning our events taking place this year and would welcome any ideas or suggestions you may have. If you cannot attend the meeting but would be willing to help out at future events we would love to hear from you. Please contact the school office.   It's only fair to...

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Party in the Playground

Party in the Playground

Tickets are now on sale for our Party in the Playground on Sunday 26th June 2-4pm. Tickets are £2.50 per family and must be purchased in advance. Click here to download the ticket order form. We have lots of fun games and activities planned so we hope you can come along and enjoy the event. If anyone can spare any time to help on a stall on the day please let us know. Your help would be greatly appreciated. It's only fair to...

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Walk Once a Week (WoW)

Walk Once a Week (WoW)

This term we are working with the ‘I Will if You Will’ team of Bury to look at ways of keeping healthy and active both at school and in the community. On Monday 16th May we launch our exciting new campaign to encourage both children and their parents and carers to walk to school at least once a week. The WoW Scheme Living Streets Walk once a Week (WoW) scheme is an incentive based initiative encouraging primary school children and their families to walk to school. The concept is simple – children walking at least once a week are rewarded with a monthly collectable badge based on the theme of ‘Our Healthy Planet.’ Children can then download a walk to school app to bring the WoW badges to life via 3D content. You can download the app by searching ‘walk to school’ within the App Store or Google Play. Even if you live too far away or don’t have time to walk the whole way to school, all children can participate in WoW by walking at least 5-10 minutes to school. Simply get off the bus a stop earlier or park a bit further away and walk the rest – just once a week.     Why take part? The benefits of walking to school are wide ranging, including: ECO-FRIENDLY: it’s a cost-effective and fun way for everyone to do their bit for the environment. SAFETY: not only is it a perfect time for children to learn important road safety skills, but more walking to school means fewer cars crowding the school gates. HEALTHY BODY:  the walk to school provides regular exercise to help children stay fit and healthy and makes them more alert and ready to learn. HIDDEN TREASURES: walking to school can help pupils build up confidence and independence and develop their knowledge of the local community. FUN AND SOCIAL: it’s an ideal time for children and their families.   Each day in class we will record how children have travelled to school and badges will be given out at the end of each month. For more information on the Walk to school campaign visit www.livingstreets.org.uk/walktoschool. We hope you enjoy walking to school this term. It's only fair to...

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