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29th August 16



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This Week's Newsletter


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

Federation Newsletter

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!

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As we approach the summer holiday, you may be considering how best to fill those long summer days. Great Harwood Civic Society is holding its Annual Horticultural Show on Saturday 3rd September in St Wulstan's School Hall.

As this is at the end of the holiday, you have lots of time to prepare an entry and there are four catgories under which you can do this:

Handicraft: any item you have made using wood, cloth, card, wool, paper etc.

A Picture: of your own making using pencils, crayons, paints, felt tips, gel pens etc.

Fruit, vegetables or flowers; grown by yourself - potatoes, tomatoes, onions, sun flowers etc.

Baking; anything baked by you - buns, biscuits, cakes etc.

There are two age sections 8 years and under and 9 years to 14 years. Why not have a go? If you require further information contact the Society's President, Mr Peter Holden on 01254 883517.



The attachment linked to this item provides all the details in a handy poster which you can display.

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

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

Elise Etherington

Lewis Pharo

Year 1

Lucy Wright

Logan Cronshaw

Year 2

Lily O'Neill

Jackson Davis

Year 3

Eldon Machard

Nicola Partyka

Year 4

Darcy Kent

Oliver Lord

Year 5

Jayden Lawrie

Evie Sieczkawski

Year 6 Logan Grimshaw Kyle Johnston

Marvellous Manners
St Hubert's St Wulstan's

George Crook

William Briscoe

George Ragen

Jack Bilton

James Walker

Roman Caulfield

Alisia Threlfall

James Clegg

Travis Ackers

Elias Forsyth

Georgia Eccles

Jake Kenyon



Perfect Presentation
St Hubert's St Wulstan's

Elvie Washington

Joseph Hoyle

Maria Whitely

Lucas Millar

Ben Scott

Carrick Eatough

Ava Walford

Chloe Wagstaff

Isla Pickford

Sophia Cannnon

Finley Ashton

Josef Carter-Roberts

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.

The attached file provides diary dates for the Federation. Please note that dates are sometimes changed due to unforeseen circumstances.