We are excited to announce that Life Education will be running a free workshop for parents on Friday 2nd October. The workshop will be roughly an hour long.
See the poster below for more information. We really hope to see you there!
Topic Celebration Morning Spring 2014 on PhotoPeach
It was Topic Celebration Morning in school today.
The children love showing off their work and their achievements in class, and we are so pleased to be able to invite parents and family members in to share in these special days. At Lowerplace we are proud to let our children SHINE!
Thank you for coming!
Tomorrow we will hold a Workshop which will provide you with advice and guidance for helping your child to read at home. This workshop will support the methods we use in school. This workshop is aimed at parents and carers of Key Stage 1 children only.
Where? Key Stage 1 Hall
When? Friday 16th May, 9.15am – 10.15am
We hope to see you there!
If you were involved in our FAST programme in the run up to Christmas, you will be pleased to hear that FAST Works meetings will start tonight!
FAST Works will be held monthly on the following dates, and as usual the evening meal will be provided for your family. The meeting will be held 3.30pm – 5pm in the KS2 Building.
Wednesday February 26th
Wednesday March 26th
Wednesday April 30th
No Meeting in May
Wednesday June 25th
Wednesday July 16th
We hope to see you there!
F.A.S.T (Families And Schools Together)
What is fast?
Fast isâ€¦ for your family if you have a child in Foundation Stage.
Fast isâ€¦ an afterschool club for the whole family. This can be Mum, Dad, Gran, Grandad, Brothers and Sisters.
Fast isâ€¦ FUN. During the sessions you will spend quality time with your family. Eating a meal and doing fun activities and games.
Fast isâ€¦ Starting Wednesday 23rd October and is for 8 weeks finishing with a graduation celebration with all our families.
Fast isâ€¦ welcoming, come along to the first session with your family to see if you like it.
To take part in or find out more about FAST, please ask a member of staff.
Come and sign up on Monday 30th September at 9am, in the Parent’s Portakabin.
We really hope to see you there!
Click on the document below to see our latest newsletter.
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!
Tomorrow we will be holding another of our popular Parent Workshops.
This time we will be focussing on SEN, we hope to give you any information you might need about the Special Educational Needs practices and processes in school. We will also be able to answer any questions you might have.
If you would like to come along, it will be held from 9.15-10.15am in the KS2 Hall.
We look forward to seeing you there.
On Friday 18th January, 24 children from the School Choir will be taking part in the Young Voices at the MEN Arena. Â Mrs Hussain and the children have been practising a long list of songs from Disco Fever to Let It Be twice a week since September and now with the concert getting closer they have been working extremely hard and practicing everyday!
The children sound amazing andÂ Mrs Hussain has promised to let the children sing in a school assembly next week so the whole school can hear how fabulous they are!
Mrs Hussain will be taking lots of pictures of the event and will be posting them on her Blog so keep checking the School Blog!
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If you would like to find out more about the Young Voices click on the linkÂ below
Have a fantastic time and we are looking forward to hearing Â all about it!
We’ve seen some lovely flurries of snow over the weekend! Hopefully you have all had a chance to get out and make a snowball or two, perhaps not a snowman though as it does seem to be melting quite quickly.
On very rare occasions in the past, very adverse weather has meant we have had to close.
If this ever happened again, you would be notified by text message as early as possible on the day. Please always ensure you update us with new mobile telephone numbers if you change them! If you do not hear from us you should assume that school is open as normal.
We want to see every child dressed appropriately for the cold – scarves, hats, gloves, wellies (which they can change into a playtimes), warm coats. Wrap them up toasty & warm and write their name in everything!