Our Year 5 children had a fabulous morning at St Philip Howard yesterday, they were invited as part of a group of visits they attend at two different local high schools, to help them experience what life will be like at high school for them. It is a great opportunity to take a look around the building, meet some teachers, speak to pupils and experience a lesson.
The pupils really enjoyed their lesson yesterday, which was a Key Stage 3 gym lesson where they had the opportunity to learn about and use a lot of different gym equipment, meet the PE teacher and the Head of Year 7.
YOUR SCHOOL NEEDS YOU
How do you fancy joining the team at Charlesworth School? We have a fabulous and fulfilling role available as a Crossing Patrol person.
Can you be a hero and earn some money along the way to help our children cross the road at our Long Lane site?
Hours are 08.30-09.20 and 15.00-15.35 Monday to Friday during term time.
For further information please contact Brian Wilkinson on 07919 555586 – Derbyshire County Council School Crossing Patrol Supervisor
Please see below for some more photo’s of other amazing activities your children are getting up to!
Please note these are just some of the photos, there are lots more being taken and you will have the opportunity to see these and hear al about their trip at the Class 4 Assembly on Friday 29th September.
Please click on the links below to be directed to each schools website:
- Glossopdale Community College – 21st September 6.30pm
- St Philip Howard Catholic Academy – 28th September 6pm
- Longdendale High School – 27th September 6.30pm
- Marple Hall School – 21st September 4.30pm
- Stockport Grammar School – Various – see link
- Chapel-en-le-Frith High School – 26th September 6.30pm
I am sorry to tell you that our very popular crossing lady Shirley, who works on Long Lane, has finished working for the crossing patrol department. We would like to say a big thank you and we will really miss her smiling face as she crosses the children and parents every morning and afternoon.
This does mean however until Derbyshire County Council recruit another patrol person we will have no one on Long Lane, so please do take care crossing and a reminder to please park thoughtfully and not on the zig zag lines.
If you know of anyone who would be interested in the role, please leave details with the office at school and they can be passed on to the correct department.