Reedley Primary School

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4th December 16

Reedley School, Reedley Road, Reedley, Burnley BB10 2NE 01282 693688

www.reedley.lancs.sch.uk

 

Team Reedley  - Achieving Today For Tomorrow`s World

 

Christmas Holiday

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School will close at 3:30pm on Thursday 22nd Decmber and will re-open on Monday 9th January 2017.

Times Tables Challenge!

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Congratulations to Shehnaz, Liza and Alisha on achieving their Emerald award.  They had to complete one hundred multiplication and division questions in three minutes. Mr. Leeming awarded the children their medals. We are so very proud of their perseverance and resilience.  Well done girls!

After School clubs

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School Clubs taking place this week:

All clubs run from 3.30pm to 4.15pm unless stated.

All children are to be collected after the clubs via the main entrance.

Day

Club

Monday

Netball

Homework (Y6)

Tuesday 

Dancing 

Cooking

Jewellery Making

Young Voices

Team Gaming

Construction and Computing

Book Club

Recorder Club

Coding Club

Wednesday 

Football 

Music Club (Y6 with BYT till 5:00 pm)

Thursday

Art and Craft

Origami

Football 

Friday

Football

 

School Places for September 2017

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If your child was born between 01.09.12 and 31.08.13, they will start school in September 2017.

We would like to invite prospective parents to come and view our Reception Class and meet our staff, during the following times:

Friday 18th November at 1.30pm

Thursday 12th January at 9.30am

Applications need to be completed online at www.lancashire.gov.uk by 15th January 2017.

Welcome to Team Reedley!

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A warm welcome awaits you from Mrs Sarah Bell, Headteacher; Mr David Leeming, Chair of Governors and from all at Team Reedley.

"Inspection evidence and the school’s own consultation data show that parents are overwhelmingly pleased with the quality of care and education at Reedley School. A happy, caring and welcoming ethos pervades the school. One parent, typical of many, said ‘my child is very happy here, she has learned so much so quickly; most of all she has gained more confidence in herself in every way and has become a better person’.

Pupils’ personal development is good as a result of good care, guidance and support. Promoting pupils’ personal development and welfare, removing barriers to learning and raising their self-esteem are given the highest priority in every aspect of the school’s work." Consequently pupils achieve outstanding spiritual, moral, social and cultural development, are excellent at adopting safe practices and behave exceptionally well". Ofsted 2012

 

 

 

 

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