Carr Green Lane, Brighouse, West Yorkshire HD6 3LT

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Carr Green

Primary School

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Latest News 

updated 16/11/18 

Newsletter

 

Find out the latest news from around school, diary dates & school meal menus on our Newsletter Page.

Don't forget to also see our PTA Page for updates. 

 

New School Dinners

Two paper copies of the new school dinner menu, which comes into effect from January 2019, have now been sent home. Please complete one copy and return to the school office by Friday 23 November, the second copy is to keep at home. Please ensure menus are returned with child's name and class clearly written in the space provided at the bottom of the menu. If there are any questions please contact the school office.

Welcome!

We warmly welcome our new Nursery & Reception children who, like all our children, have settled in really well. We give a huge Carr Green welcome to Katie Pawson. She will take over the reins in Singapore Class from Mike Seager , he will return to his Deputy Head and SENCo role.

School Dinners Update

Just a reminder that dinner money is to be paid through the School Money payment system (£2.25 per day) if your child is in Nursery or KS2. Please contact the office team if you need advice on how to access the system. Uniform orders can also be placed via School Money & the items will be sent home via your child.

Please keep the office updated if you change your contact details to ensure we have the correct information should we need to ring you. Similarly if your child has a medical condition we are not aware of please speak to your child’s class teacher or the office. Finally, the majority of letters are sent by email, if you are not receiving any emails please contact the office.

Volunteer Helpers 

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.  

BBC Newsround

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Mad Science

Mad Science came into school & set our assembly on fire! Mad Science is a leading science enrichment provider, they deliver unique science experiences for children which are fun but also educational! 

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Well Done & Thank You

Well done to Italy Class on their successful coffee morning raising a marvellous £167 for Macmillan! We look forward to the next Coffee Morning on the 19th October which will be lead by Singapore Class for Parkinson’s UK.

A huge thanks to the children for bringing in their 2p’s to place round the track for one of our children who has been in hospital since the start of term.

The total raised came to £244.84 which will be used to buy the little girl a present - thank you to everyone for your support for this family at such a difficult time. l

 

Health & Safety

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 & the Early Years garden are only for use with supervision during normal school hours.

Punctuality: The school gates open at 8.40am & 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.-

ICT & e-Safety

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.

sRestorative Practice at Carr Green Primary

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...