Newsletters and Press Releases.
We send our fortnightly Newsletter to parents by email. Press Releases are sent to parents of the relevant year groups on a regular basis. Our Press Release gives information relating to pupils work, trips, events and activities. All information is available to download below…
Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal November 2019
We raised an amazing £694.60 selling poppies and poppy related items. Thank you to all our wonderful pupils, their families and our staff for supporting this very worthy cause.
Community Help-Point Scheme
As we enter the winter months and dark afternoons, the risk of crime to pupils when they are out or travelling will increase. Below you can access the safety awareness leaflets/flyers that have been produced by Enfield’s Community Help-Point Scheme (CHiPs). For information on keeping safe, please contact email@example.com
Additionally Street Watch, a police backed volunteer scheme, is working in partnership with the local schools and other agencies in Southgate to patrol the streets after school to help minimise children becoming victims of street crime. See information about Street Watch from the local police https://www.facebook.com/126204217874504/posts/722551694906417/
The Nightingale Cancer Support Centre
The Nightingale Cancer Support Centre are organising a Festive Fun Walk to raise funds for The Nightingale on Saturday 7th December at Trent Park, Cockfosters.
The 5km walk is suitable for all ages to take part. Alongside exercise and raising funds for The Nightingale, they will have carol singers, Christmas crafts for children, plus a seasonal scavenger hunt around the 5km walk for Children to take part in.
Please also see information on their website below.
Parking and Engines off!
It has come to our attention on numerous occasions that parents are arriving early to obtain parking spaces outside our school.
I am very aware that parking is an issue, but our concern is that engines are left running. We are working hard as a school to ensure your children have regular exercise throughout the school day, with active lunchtimes, regular sessions of Physical Education and also taking part in the Daily Mile.
Therefore I urge you to read the guidance and advice below from the RAC regarding this matter. We all have a duty of care to our children. Please make the right choice and turn off your engine whilst parked.
Also ensure you do not park where there are no parking signs or across someone’s drive. Traffic Enforcement will be issuing parking tickets for inappropriate parking.
Thank you for your cooperation.