Carr Green Lane, Brighouse, West Yorkshire HD6 3LT
Early Years enjoyed their Bedtime Story Day last week, the children brought their favourite story book which the Early Years team read with them, they made dream catchers and had hot chocolate and biscuits!
We would welcome any volunteer helpers who have expertise in allotment/gardening. If you are interested please contact the office who will send you a volunteer application form. Please note that we will obtain a DBS & two references before any volunteering can commence.
Parking around school: We ask that everyone parks considerately around the school site. The school car park is for staff & visitors & those who have a permit (available from the School Office). The speed limit in the car park is 5mph.
The school grounds: The tennis courts and Early Years garden are only for use with supervision during normal school hours.
Punctuality: The school gates open at 8.40am and close at 9am. Any child arriving late should use the main entrance so that they can be added to the electronic attendance and lunch registers. The late book also needs to be completed at the main office window.
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The School Council were on parking patrol on Wednesday when they monitored the parking in the local area with the Community Wardens. Please take their advice to park responsibly!
KS2 parents and children are able to login to Tootoot and report any concerns, especially linked to bullying. A link, to a survey around e-Safety will be sent out. It would be really helpful if as many parents as possible could take the time to complete it as this is a DfE funded scheme.
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...