Carr Green Lane, Brighouse, West Yorkshire HD6 3LT
Permanent Class Teacher for a Year 5 Class – Full Time - Required from September 2018
Closing date: 3pm – Monday 4th June 2018
|NEW We will be ordering leavers’ hoodies for children in year 6 as a memento of their time at Carr Green. The idea is that they can be worn during the residential trip to Lakeside in June. The hoodies cost £16 each. Payments are to be made through the School Money online system by Friday 15th June. Full details can be found here.|
To find out the latest news from around school, diary dates and school meal menus see our newsletter page.
Don't forget to also see our PTA Page for updates.
Diary dates to the end of the Summer Term can now be seen here.
Please note the PTA Ladies Night has been moved from Friday 27th April to Friday 22nd June.
Year 4 had a fantastic time on their residential trip to Whitby. They had fun taking part in activities over the 3 days. Big thanks to Mrs Tetlow for organising the trip.
On the 25th May new data protection regulations (GDPR) come into effect that strengthen peoples' personal information rights. We wanted to let you know we are updating policies & systems to reflect the changes & remain committed to keeping the personal data we hold, store & share safe.
Rastrick Junior Football Club have spaces in all age groups. If your child wants to join a friendly, welcoming and progressive club where the wellbeing, development and players self esteem are a priority, please get in touch. The club proudly offers fully qualified coaches with both First Aid and Safeguarding qualifications in place. The club is also in the final stages of building a brand new club house. The intention is to grow and remain one of the best most respected clubs in the country. Please contact Martin (Club Chairman) on 07896 150497 if this is of interest.
As you can appreciate our Accelerator Reader books get a lot of use and unfortunately are becoming damaged, please can we ask that children have a ‘book bag’ or a sturdy plastic folder which can be put in their normal bag to keep the books separately and to prevent further damage.
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 and two references before any volunteering can commence.
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Year 3 enjoyed their school trip to the Piece Hall, where they had a tour and learnt about the history of the building and surrounding area.
Our football team are performing well this season with recent results of a 1-0 win against Longroyde, 3-3 draw with Woodhouse.
Well done to Year 6 as they completed their SATs. The children can now look forward to their trip to the Lakes!
Parking around the school grounds continues to be an issue, parents/carers should not to use the staff car park under any circumstances unless a permit has been issued. Please be aware that you may be asked why you are using the staff car park and asked to move your car if you are not an authorised user.
Parents/carers seeking a place in our nursery for September 2018 can now register their interest with the school office. You can do this in person, over the phone or by email (details here).
Please can we ask that children arrive to school in the correct uniform, ties to be worn every day & no ‘JoJo’ bows or similar large hair accessories to be worn including decorative headbands. Please don't send children to school wearing nail varnish or temporary tattoos also only one pencil case should be brought to school.
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...