Carr Green Lane, Brighouse, West Yorkshire HD6 3LT
Updated July 19th
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Thank you for all your support over the last year. We wish all the best to our year 6 children as they move on to secondary school and also to some of our Nursery children who will start new primary schools.
Wishing all our families a relaxing summer break.
There’s still so much going on despite being at the end of another school year!
Reception children walked to the fire station to find out how fire fighters help us. They sat in the fire engine and squirted water with the fire hose!
Early Years put on a magnificent summer concert for their families—the singing was brilliant so well done to staff and children. We now look forward to the eagerly anticipated Year 6 leaver’s concert!
Year 5 had a fun filled day, building their team work skills through activities such as rock climbing, bouldering, abseiling and caving at ROKT in Brighouse.
We say goodbye to 3 of our Governors this term. Beverley Krishnapillai, Cath Shore and Philippa Wild have made an excellent contribution to our school Governing Board for a significant number of years and we express our gratitude for their commitment to our school. We will introduce the new Governors who will be joining us when we return in September.
Rastrick Juniors U10's are currently looking for new players. If your child will be aged 10 between the 1st September 2017 and 31st August 2018, enjoys playing football and would like to be part of a team, please contact Robin on 07521481264.
4th Rastrick Rainbows are recruiting additional adult Leaders to join their existing team. Anyone wishing to join can contact Girl guiding at www.girlguiding.org.uk/for further information on the application process.
Click here to see information about cycling courses available during the school holidays.
The NSPCC came into school to deliver the ‘Speak Out, Stay Safe’ programme; this highlighted how children can keep safe and sensitively discuss issues such as bullying and recognising abuse. Further information can be found on the NSPCC website www.nspcc.org.uk/schools.
Just a general reminder that if you take any photographs at concerts or assemblies, please can you not post ‘on line’ on any social media of any other children. Thank you for your support.
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It may have been a cloudy day but that didn’t stop KS1 having a fabulous time in Lytham St Anne’s on their school trip. Great fun was had by all—never too cold for an ice cream!
If you need any items of uniform please place your orders by Wednesday 19th July so that the orders can be processed before the end of term.
We start on our new menu on week 1 in September. Dinner money from September to October half term will be £83.60 which will be payable through the School Money system. Please contact school for any guidance using this system.
Please do not use the school car park to drop off or pick up pupils from school unless you have a permit. Please remember pupils must not walk down the school drive to access school. Please remember to park responsibly around school. We have again had complaints from the Health Centre and the residents of Ward Court.
From September 2017 some working parents of 3 & 4 year olds will be entitled to “30 hours free "childcare”.
APPLICATIONS CAN NOW BE MADE FOR "30 HOURS FREE CHILDCARE", click here for details.
Click here to read a leaflet all about keeping children safe online. It gives advice on using the Internet safely at home, useful websites, simple rules and how to use these rules.
Our primary goal at Carr Green is to help children to become reflective, confident and caring young people. The 'atmosphere' of our school is vitally important to us and so we encourage the use of 'classroom voices'and 'playground voices' for children and adults. The video below explains more...