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The Planner Explained

  Your child will have recently brought home their new academic planner for the year. The planner is designed to help improve communication between home and school for the benefit of your child. It’s a way of recording daily progress, homework and reading and can also be used to pass on messages to and from […]

Children in Need

On Friday 16th November it is Children in Need. Children can come to school in spotty tops &/or face paints (including headbands, hair accessories) to support this charity. We request donations of £1 which will all be donated to Children In Need. Children will also have the opportunity to take part in a talent show […]

Move More Every Day meeting at the Fuse – all welcome

Greater Manchester is investing £10 million to tackle physical inactivity. As part of this scheme Trafford Council has an allocation of this funding and we need you to help us determine how this money could tackle inactivity in Partington. Join us on 30th October from 5:30-8:30pm at the FUSE to find out more and discuss […]

Height and Weight checks for children in Year 6

Each year in England, school children in Year 6 have their height and weight checked at school as part of the National Child Measurement Programme. Height and weight measurements are used to calculate weight status.  We collect this information because it is in the public interest to understand how many children are overweight, healthy weight […]

Please remember your Harvest Festival donations!

A reminder to send in any Food Bank donations for our HARVEST FESTIVAL – MON 15TH OCTOBER. KS2 parents are welcome to attend at 9.15am. Nursery & Reception: Coffee, Hot Chocolate, Cordial juice. Years 1 &2: Tinned meat: hotdogs, tinned ham, tinned fish. Years 3: Jars: Cooking sauces – pasta sauces and various cooking sauces. […]

A Peaceful Protest

     As part of our Road Safety Week, the Parent Council organised a peaceful protest every morning and evening. By doing this, they hope to spread the message that parents should be able to take their children to and from school safely without dodging parked cars which have pulled up on the double yellow […]