This Month's Newsletter|
The Federation Newsletter (and previous editions) can be accessed using the link below.
The School Session times for the Academic Year 2018 / 2019 have been finalised by the Governing Body and are given in the attached file.
You will be aware that Father Clarke has the responsibility for an ever-increasing Catholic community. In addition to our own two churches (and schools) he is now in charge of St Mary's, Clayton (which also has a school) and in the near future may be responsible for St Charles', Rishton (Church and School) Consequently, school and class masses will happen less frequently than in previous years. We are using this as an opportunity to strengthen the links between our infant and junior classes so that each 'class mass' will involve a class from the Juniors sharing with a class from the infants. The programme for this year is given below.
Please note these masses are in addition to the whole school masses which are organised throughout the year.
Bank Holiday Monday|
Not that you will need a reminder but school will be closed for the May Bank Holiday on Monday 7th May. It will reopen at the usual time on Tuesday 8th. Have an enjoyable bank holiday weekend - it's a positive weather forecast!
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 Hubert's Good Behaviour Award|
Posted: 25th May 2018
St Wulstan's Teacher's Special Award|
St Hubert's Teacher's Special Award|
100% Attendance Award|
School attendance is very important and 100% attendance is a magnificent 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.
Maths Progress and English Progress.|