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25th October 16

This Week's Newsletter


The Federation Newsletter (and previous editions) can be accessed using the link below.

Federation Newsletter

An Inspector calls (in this case two)


Mr John Thorpe and Mrs Pam Mackro visited St Hubert's School on Wednesday 19th October to conduct a Section 48 RE Inspection. They wish to thank the children, staff, governors and parents for making them so welcome. The draft report will be sent into school next week with the final version published shortly afterwards. At the moment we are not able to give details of the Inspection findings except to say that we feel comfortable with the initial feedback. All families will receive a copy of the final report when it is published. It will also be placed on the website.

Happy 97th Birthday Miss Jessie Hall MBE.


Those that know Jessie Hall will understand that she is an icon of Great Harwood and our Catholic Community.  She was a pupil at St Wulstan’s school in the early 1920s

Jessie was on the board of governors at the newly opened St Hubert’s School in 1967, having previously served as a governor at the old school.   

“HALLFIELD ROAD” leading to the school was actually named after Jessie.  She retired from the Governing Body in 2003 after serving for 40 years.

Jessie has held some prestigious offices during her lifetime including  Mayor of Hyndburn,  Deputy Head of Mount Carmel and President of the local Girl Guides and Brownies.

She was a fund-raiser extraordinaire, raising thousands of pounds for the scanner appeal and the hospice.

Jessie added status to community and gave children a wonderful example of how to help others less fortunate.

The Governors and the children recognised Jessie’s birthday this week when two Year 6 pupils presented  her with the pupils’ handmade crafted cards and a hamper from the Governors.  

St Hubert's PTFA - Disco Thursday 20th October - a great success!


A great big thank you to all who came along to make this creepy event so much fun. Apart from generating a lot of fun and noise, the evening realised a profit of £420:58 for the PTFA funds. This will be put towards replacing the play apparatus which was located where Milly's Bench now stands. We want to make that area a fun place to  be for the children and we are now that much nearer to realising that ambition. Thank you again for all the support. 

St Wulstan's PTFA present

Fashion show from La Boutique and many stalls.

To be held in St Wulstan’s school hall

Friday 11th November

Doors open 7pm fashion show at 8:30pm

Tickets £5pp inc nibbles

(Bring your own tipple)

Tickets available from school office or a member of the PTFA

High School Transfer - link to application form


Incredible as it may seem, parents of children in Year Six should already be considering their choice of High School for next September. The application process is now open and all applications should be made through the one central link given below. The closing date for High School Admission Applications is Monday 31st October 2016. 

If you require any further information or help accessing thisform, please contact the school.



Thank you for looking at our website which we hope will prove helpful to you. Whenever you are on-line there is the potential for unwanted or unsuitable material to appear. In order to stay safe when using the web, please take some time to look at our LINKS page where you will find further links to sites which provide good advice for all web and internet users. There is addtional information given below which may be of use.

Top Tips for Staying Safe Online


It is important to ensure that your child is kept safe when using the internet. It is a great idea to add 'restrictions' in order to limit content. This can be very easily done. Some internet service providers provide this as part of their package. An alternative is to set them up yourself. Below you will find sets of instructions to explain how to do this on both Microsoft and Apple products.

Another way in which you can protect your child from the content they are viewing is by encouraging them to use child friendly search engines. Please find a list of ones that we advise to use below. By using these sites, the search engines filter results to child friendly websites. Not only limiting pictures and content but ranking results which use child friendly language. These will be great for when they are completing any research tasks!

Apple Restrictions : Adobe Acrobat file (259.4k)

Our Stars this week are.........

Star of the Week
  St Hubert's St Wulstan's

Wade Slater

Caleb Walker
Year 1

Charlie Crook

Niall Eccles

Year 2

Mason Shaw

Anabelle Partridge

Year 3

Maria Whitely

Travis Ackers

Year 4

Victoria Kopij

Elias Forsyth

Year 5

Katie Duckworth

Devon Woods

Year 6 Chloe McCarthy

Matthew Jones

Marvellous Manners
St Hubert's St Wulstan's

Carah Halstead

Ethan Gregson

George Riley

Effie Skillen / Madison Owen

Isabella Hoyle / Jessica Dignan

James Walker



Lucas Lynn

Jakobie Moreton

Nicola Smyczek

Lily Ormerod

Sam Latham

Georgia Eccles

Lewis Proctor





Perfect Presentation
St Hubert's St Wulstan's

Finley O'Connor

Simon Kingsnorth

Ellicia Latham

Ava Mahoney

Lexie Robinson


Miri-Rose Whitaker

Max Ashworth

Orla Shaw

Calum Long

Jacon Houldsworth

Konstancja Korta

Luke Crook



Half Term, Gold Awards, Lunchtime VIP and Writing awards.


Each half term, children are rewarded for consistently following our Golden Rules. Recognition is also made for those children who have made great strides with their writing. Finally, those children who help to make Lunchtime a more pleasurable experience are rewarded with a seat at the VIP table. Details of the recipients of these accolades are given on the home page of each school. Follow the link for St Hubert's or St Wulstan's.