Would you like to be a Governor of your child’s school?As you may know, a number of places on the Governing Bodies of Sheffield schools are reserved for parents.We have one vacancy for a Parent Governor.
..for supporting the work of the NSPCC in their FULL STOP campaign to create a safer future for children. The response from your children was fantastic and an amazing £2819.56 was raised.The representative from the NSPCC was stunned by this response. It’s all credit to the caring nature of Hunter’s Bar families and I’m proud to pass on her heartfelt thanks.
We had another excellent response to Parents’ Evening and teachers reported a high turn out. We notice the positive difference it makes to children’s happiness and well being at school when there is a good partnership between school and parents / carers. Teachers are very keen to meet with any parent/carer who for whatever reason was not able to attend on those evenings.
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Teachers' TV: Blogs in Primary Schools Steve O'Hear, one of Britain's digital evangelists, explores how blogs can be used in schools. Steve finds some enthusiastic primary age bloggers and sees how it helps in literacy, ICT skills and a range of other subjects.
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