School Newsletter – Friday 14th September 2018

School Newsletter – Friday 14th September 2018

Welcome Back!

It is lovely to see everyone back at school and settling well into the new school year, working hard and looking fantastic in their uniforms.

A special welcome to all the new families who have joined Stansfield Hall. We hope you enjoy our new look newsletter which has details of up and coming events and the school dinner menu on the back. Last week we sent home lots of information in the packs about school life and several forms to be completed.

If you have not yet done so please complete the forms and return to school on Monday.

Some contact forms have not been completed fully and so we will be returning these and asking parents to complete all information, including legal parental responsibility and contacts.


Please can we ask parents to help keep everyone safe before and after school by taking care where they park when dropping off and collecting children from school. We have had some complaints from other road users regarding cars parking too close to the crossing patrol on Todmodren Road. We ask that people park away from Mrs Robinson so that drivers have a clear line of sight when passing the school and are able see if people are waiting to cross.

Let’s Celebrate

This week all pupils have been having breakfast in school.This has been a fantastic success to the start of the day with children eating in a social group as well as enjoying the cereal.

We are very grateful to Littleborough Lions who supported this project by paying for the bowls and spoons.

This weekend a number of photo albums were added to our school Facebook page from last term’s events.Please like and follow our Facebook page

Upcoming Events


Harvest Service Friday 28thSeptember.This year we are collecting tins and packets for our harvest service in church. Parents are welcome to join us in Church for a 10am start.


Children in Years 3,4,5 and 6 will be going to see the musical stage production of Matilda on the 17thOctober, further details will follow but this will be a late return to school.

Open Day

On Friday 5th October we will be opening our school up to parents, grandparents, extended family members and potential new parents to have a look round. This is a chance for everyone in the local community to come into school and see the school “at work”. We hope to see you all between 9am and 3pm.

M and M Theatre

On Wednesday 10th October we have a professional touring theatre company in school performing Jack and the Beanstalk for all children to enjoy. Previously, this has been paid for by the PFA (Parents and Friends Association) and we are pleased to be able to say that some of the money left from that organisation that closed last year has been set aside for paying for this year’s performance.


The Full governing Board will meet on Thursday 4th October at 5pm

Parents’ Assembly

Friday 19th October at 2pm

We Are One

Last year, two children met up with children from a number of Church of England primary schools in Rochdale to take part in a project called “We are one”. This project celebrated the similarities between the church schools and has resulted ina short film being made. Birch class have been invited to attend the screening of this at the Odeon, Cinema in Rochdale on Friday 12th October. Further permission slips will follow.

Safeguarding Notice

Our school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We expect all staff, visitors and volunteers to share this commitment.

If you have concerns regarding the safeguarding or welfare of any of our pupils, please contact the school’s Designated Safeguarding Lead.

The Safeguarding and Child Protection policy can be found here.