This Month's Newsletter|
The Federation Newsletter (and previous editions) can be accessed using the link below.
Tesco 'Bags of Help' - Success!|
I am delighted to tell you that St Hubert's has been successful in the Tesco ‘Bags of Help’ scheme. I received an email yesterday confirming that we received the most votes of the three projects and will therefore receive £4000 towards our trim trail. Many families had assumed that the result was a foregone conclusion as the container in the local Tesco for St Hubert’s was always much fuller than the other two. However, all project bids are displayed in two stores – in our case Great Harwood and Colne – so it was never fully clear how well we were doing unless we had spies in the Colne store!
I would like to thank everybody who supported our bid by placing tokens into the container. The project has already been submitted through Lancashire County and we are awaiting confirmation of a start date in the near future. This is a continuation of the development started last term with the seating area and artificial turf surface which was part funded through school and PTFA funds. Please extend our thanks to all who supported the bid – I know friends, family and neighbours were coerced into collecting tokens and, to borrow a phrase from in-store, Every Little Helps!
A bid is already being drawn up for a development to the lower area of playground at St Wulstan's.
Letters you may have missed this week - St Hubert's|
The following letters were sent out from St Hubert's School this week.
Letters you may have missed this week - St Wulstan's|
The following letters were sent out from St Wulstan's School this week.
St Wulstan's- Teacher's Special Award Winners|
St Hubert's Teacher's Special Award Winners|
Posted: 20th Oct 2017
St Wulstan's- Good Behaviour Award Winners|
St Hubert's Good Behaviour Awards|
Posted: 20th Oct 2017
100% Attendance Award|
School attendance is very important and 100% attendance is a maginificent achievement. 100% attendance means no absences or appointments or missed sessions whatsoever. Only a relatively small number of children achieve this and they are featured on the links below.
Lunchtime VIP, Maths Progress and English Progress.|
Each half term, children are rewarded for making Lunchtime a more pleasurable experience. They receive a certificate of appreciation and a place at the VIP table. Every term a child is awarded a small trophy for Progress in Maths with a similar award for Progress in English. Photographs 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.