Well done to everybody at Lowerplace School, and a massive thank you to all the Parents and Carers who donated cakes and biscuits for sale and who came to the coffee morning on 26th September. With your outstanding support we raised an incredible
to help Macmillan support people living with cancer!
To find out a bit more about the work that Macmillan do, please visit their website.
Lowerplace are pleased to be taking part once again in Macmillan Cancer Support’s coffee morning on Friday 26th September 2014.
Our coffee morning will be held in the Key Stage 2 Hall from 9:15am to 10:30 this Friday.
We’re asking for donations of cakes and biscuits to sell at break time in Foundation, Key Stage One and Key Stage Two. Children can bring in 20p to buy a treat during their break.
Please bring in any donations to the school offices before Friday 26th September.
We will also have information for adult learning. This will be a great opportunity for you as parents to see what school has to offer and also for you to take part in activities.
We look forward to seeing you on Friday.
You may have heard on the News that over the next year the Government will be making a series of changes to the UK Welfare System.
Are you worried about how this will affect you and your family?
Concerned about the effects on your finances?
Would you like to know more?
On Thursday 21st March (tomorrow!) at 9.15am we are holding a Parentâ€™s Coffee Morning in the KS2 Hall.
We have invited an advisor from Rochdale Skills Team, who will do a brief talk on what the Welfare Reform means, and will be available afterwards for questions.
Please come along and share a coffee with us!
Do you want to find out more about what goes on in school?
Do you want to know about the curriculum?
Do you want to know how we teach your child?
Do you want to know how to support your child at home?
Then come along to our workshops this term!
Workshops available this term are:
Friday 25th January – Numeracy with Mrs Lee
Friday 1st February – SUMO with Mrs Kelly & Mrs Jolley
Friday 8th February – UNICEF Coffee Morning (more details to follow)
Friday 15th February – Topic Morning
Friday 1st March – Special Educational Needs with Mrs Hughes
Friday 8th March – Phonics with Mrs Hughes and Miss Penfold
Friday 15th March – Blogging with Mr Hall and Mrs Earl
All workshops will be hekd in the KS2 Hall, 9.15-10.15am. It would be lovely to see you there!
Today we took part in the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning, a fundraising campaign from MacMillan Cancer Support.
MacMillan are a charity that provide medical, emotional, practical and financial support for people living with cancer.
We are so proud of all of our parents and children who kindly donated cakes, buns and biscuits – quite a few of them home-made! We had a good turn out at the coffee morning; I think the tea, cakes and good company were a welcome sight after being caught in the atrocious rain on the school run!
You will be pleased to know that in total we raised a whopping Â£328.08! We are extremely grateful for your kindness and generosity, you have all helped to make a difference.
For those of you who entered into the MacMillan raffle, they will draw the winners after the 8th of November and contact you directly if you have won.
Thank you again everyone.