Safeguarding – Changes to Safeguarding Policy Sep 2017
School dinner money for the first half of the Autumn Term (for year groups 3-6) is now due. Please send in cash or a cheque made payable to Trafford Borough Council for the amount below:
£11.50 per week payable every Monday or £75.90 for the full half term.
Many thanks School Office
School Safeguarding Procedures
The Year 6 leavers disco will be held on Friday 14th July at 6:30pm.
Everyone is welcome to attend and join the fun. There will be lots going on including DJ, chocolate tombola, refreshments.
Hope to see you all there to wish the Year 6 children a fond farewell!
Mrs Hoolihan would just like to say a huge “Thank-you” to all the children and parents of our school for the kind gifts she received when she retired. She is settling into retirement and it has been lovely seeing her back at school as a Grandparent joining in with school events.
The amount for the summer term dinner money is £75.90. This amount can be paid via the school office either weekly or for the full term. Cheques to be made payable to Trafford Borough Council. Many thanks in advance.
We are really pleased to let you know that we have now launched our new school meal menus which have been agreed with Trafford.
These menus will roll over a 3-week period. You can view these menus under the school meal section of the website under the “School” tab.
The application process to receive your 30-hour Nursery Funding is now available. You can apply for this via the following websites www.gov.uk or www.trafford.gov.uk.
Once you are in receipt of you eligibility code please ensure that you email or pass this to the school office so that we can make the necessary adjustments.
The deadline is fast approaching to send in all your Sainsbury’s Active Kids Vouchers.
If you have got any still at home then please send them into school this week.
Many thanks in advance.
What an amazing start to the summer term with the launch of our new KS1 Drama Club.
The children had lots of fun playing games and exploring some familiar and not-so-familiar characters from well-known stories. Everyone said they were looking forward to coming back next week!
Thank you to those who have already sent dinner money in for this term. The amount owed for this half-term is £64.40 per child.
Please make any cheques payable to “Trafford Borough Council”.
If you wish for your child to change their lunch time arrangements please ensure that you give the office 2-weeks notice.
Come and Join our fun and exciting Nursery in September 2017!
We currently have full-time spaces available and additional sessions available for new children or anyone already enrolled for September 2017.
If your child has turned 3-years old before 31st August 2017 and you are interested in a place or would like further information then please don’t hesitate to contact our school office at email@example.com or on 0161 9287288.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Goodbye Mrs Hoolihan!
We say a very fond farewell to Mrs Hoolihan at the end of this term after 22-years working at our school. Mrs Hoolihan has been a very important part of our school as a parent, teaching assistant and now Grandparent! We will all miss her but we wish her all the very best in her retirement.
We would like to wish you all a really Happy Easter and a relaxing break. We will finish at 2:00pm on Friday 31st March and we welcome the children back into school on Tuesday 18th April.
We are really sorry to see Wendy our long standing crossing patrol lady retire after many years of keeping our children safe crossing at the Cresta Court hotel. We would like to wish Wendy all the very best in her retirement. Wendy will be replaced by a gentleman who will start on Thursday 16th March 2017.
Thursday 2nd March 2017
We will again be celebrating WBD at school and the children will be invited to dress up as their favourite book character.
We have got lots of fun activities planned during this week for all the children so watch this space for more details.
If you would like more information about WBD then please visit the website here.
All Children and Parents from our school are invited to the Valentines disco on Friday 3rd February from 6:30pm.
Please see attached for further information
Friday 13th January 2017
We will be holding an “Own Clothes Day” on Friday to raise valuable funds for Irene, the student we sponsor at the Nile Vocational Institute in Jinja, Uganda. Please see attached letter for more details.
Dinner money is £11.50 per week payable each Monday in advance. Please pay at the office or hand in to your class teacher in a named envelope. If you wish to pay for the Spring Term 3rd January 2017 – 10th February 2017, the amount is £66.70 Cheques payable to Trafford Borough Council.
Please find attached
School closes at 2:00pm on Wednesday 21st Dec 2016 and we reopen on Tuesday 3rd Jan 2017. Please note that Nursery closes at Midday on Wed 21st Dec and that there is NO afternoon session on the last day.
After 10-years at our school Mrs Hardy is retiring. Mrs Hardy has played a huge part in school life and has supported many children over the years she has been with us. Her dedication and hard work will be missed by all the children and staff at our school. We wish her all the very best in her retirement.
On Tuesday 26th July we bid a fond farewell to all our Year 6 children. We wish them all the very best as they start the next chapter in their lives. You can see some pictures below of their final few days.
With Effect from September 2016 the school will be introducing a new P.E Kit for all the children. Reception children will be wearing this new kit and we would like to see the other children start to wear this as and when their current P.E Kit needs replacing.
The full kit can be purchased and seen on our new uniform suppliers website at www.myembroiderysupplies.co.uk.
Parents can discover more about Maths teaching methods in the ‘Working Parent’ support pages. The School Year Diary is also available
On Monday 27th June, four children from Year 5 visited St Ambrose College to take part in a Primary Mathematics Challenge. They completed a Maths Relay, raced around in a Treasure Hunt, tested their brains in the Problem Zone, and figured out some fiendish shape puzzles in the Kinaesthetic Room. The entire group said how much fun they had – they loved the challenges, and described their day as amazing, friendly and exciting. The team worked together really well to come 15th of the 27 schools taking part, and were fantastic ambassadors for the school.
To work in partnership with parents and churches, to nurture children in the Christian faith, and to provide them with the best possible educational opportunities.
Altrincham C.E Aided Primary School
Townfield Road, Altrincham, WA14 4DS