This Week's Newsletter|
The Federation Newsletter (and previous editions) can be accessed using the link below.
St Hubert's PTFA - Christmas Party Sunday 18th December|
St Hubert's PTFA is holding a Family Christmas Party at Great Harwood Golf Club from 1pm - 4pm on Sunday 18th December!
We will have entertainment and a disco provided by Jedi, and a visit and gift from Santa.
Please note:- As this event is not held at School at least one adult must accompany their child or children at the event.
Tickets are ON SALE NOW priced at £5 per child and £2 per adult - please send all ticket requests and money in a sealed envelope marked with your child's name and labelled "PTFA CHRISTMAS PARTY".
I am delighted to inform you that the Section 48 (RE Inspection) Report has now been published by the Diocese and is available for all parents in school. A summary copy will be sent home at the start of the new half term. The full report is attached and is also on the St Hubert's Documents section of the website. Needless to say, we are all very pleased with the report's findings. Congratulations to our whole school community for playing a part in this very positive outcome.
Information Booklets for Parents|
Lancashire County Council has produced a booklet on the theme of 'Keeping Children Safe around Alcohol' and 'Keeping your Children Tobacco Free'. If you would like a copy, please ask for one at either of the school offices.
STAY SAFE ON-LINE!|
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!
Our Stars this week are.........|
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.