Sacred Heart Year 5 Pupil & Graduate Meet Prince Harry

October 24th, 2017

On Monday the 23rd of October, former Sacred Heart pupil, Aiofe Gilligan, and current Year 5 pupil, Connor Simeon, had the honour of meeting Prince Harry at the Veterans UK base in Norcross.

As children of families who work for Veterans UK, the two were present for Prince Harry’s visit in honour of the 25th anniversary of Veterans UK’s 24-hour helpline service. The helpline receives hundreds of calls every day and provides support for ex-servicemen and women, and their families.

During his visit Prince Harry met management, staff, and children before unveiling a commemorative plaque to mark the anniversary. He told onlookers and the staff on-site “Happy anniversary everyone. Thank you for all the amazing work that you have been doing and see you in another 25 years.”

 

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October Newsletter

October 5th, 2017

We have had a very good start to the new school year, with our children settled into their new classes and resuming their positive work ethic across school. We have several events to look forward to in the next few months, including the Family Chocolate Bingo Night on Wednesday 25th October, and Ladies’ Evening on Wednesday 6th December. We are also delighted to announce the final total for Race For Life, which is £2209 raised by our families for the charity. Thank you so much to everyone who ran or gave money.

Mr Eaton

COMING SOON….
04/10/17 Football v The Breck
05/10/17 Parents’ Evening 3.40pm to 7pm
06/10/17 Year 4 Assembly 9.05am
08/10/17 Northwest Biathlon Champs, Leigh
11/10/17 Football v Copp
17/10/17 FOSH meeting 3.30pm
20/10/17 Year 3 Assembly 9.05am
18/10/17 Tag Rugby Tournament at FRUFC
25/10/17 Chocolate Bingo! 6pm
27/10/17 Year 2 Assembly 9.05am
27/10/17 School finishes for half term at 3.30pm
06/11/17 School re-opens
08/11/17 Sports Hall Athletics 4-6pm
12/11/17 Remembrance Sunday service 10.30am
24/11/17 Year 1 Assembly 9.05am
01/12/17 Reception Class Assembly 9.05am
06/12/17 Ladies’ Evening 6.30pm

GRANDPARENTS’ DAY EVENT
Thank you to the 160 grandparents who attended our event, and thank you especially to the parents, staff and children who helped make the event run so smoothly.

OPEN EVENING FOR PARENTS
We will be holding our first Parent’s Evening on Thursday, 5th October, when you can find out about the progress of your child, with their academic work , and how to support them at home.

SCHOOL COUNCIL / HOUSE CAPTAINS
Congratulations to our new school councillors and House Captains who were selected by their peers following elections.
School Council:
Lola Holmes, Harry Wilkinson
Igor Stefaniak, Chloe Beck
Dominic Birch, Kristen Beswick
Joe Ball, Reece Hughes
House Captains:
Gold: Liubomyr Tolkach, Natalia Ellis
Ruby: Taylor McCarron, Elliotte Wheeldon
Sapphire: Grace Oates, Kenzie Crossman
Emerald: Mia Bradley, Harry Clarke

SCHOOL CAR PARK
Please could all parents refrain from using the school car park at all times. This includes when collecting children from clubs that finish at 4.30pm, as we do not have the space for all cars, and to protect the safety of parents and children.

OPEN EVENING FOR PARENTS
We will be holding our first Parent’s Evening on Thursday, 5th October, when you can find out about the progress of your child, with their academic work , and how to support them at home.

SCHOOL COUNCIL / HOUSE CAPTAINS
Congratulations to our new school councillors and House Captains who were selected by their peers following elections.

School Council:
Lola Holmes, Harry Wilkinson
Igor Stefaniak, Chloe Beck
Dominic Birch, Kristen Beswick
Joe Ball, Reece Hughes
House Captains:
Gold: Liubomyr Tolkach, Natalia Ellis
Ruby: Taylor McCarron, Elliotte Wheeldon
Sapphire: Grace Oates, Kenzie Crossman
Emerald: Mia Bradley, Harry Clarke

SCHOOL CAR PARK
Please could all parents refrain from using the school car park at all times. This includes when collecting children from clubs that finish at 4.30pm, as we do not have the space for all cars, and to protect the safety of parents and children.

SPORTS NEWS
Congratulations to our school football team for the following results:
Sacred Heart 3 v 3 Larkholme
Sacred Heart 3 v 3 St Johns
Sacred Heart 15 v 0 Baines Endowed
We are currently preparing our children for the Indoor athletics competition, the Tag rugby competition and the Northwest Biathlon Championships.

CHOCOLATE BINGO NIGHT
We are having a Family Chocolate Bingo Night on Wednesday 25th October, at 6pm.
The evening promises to be very entertaining, with lots of bingo games which all family members will able to participate in. It promises to be fun, as well as a good opportunity for our families to meet together.

FRIENDS OF SACRED HEART SCHOOL
We have our next meeting on Tuesday 17th October, and all parents and grandparents are welcome to attend, and share new (and old) ideas for our school and fund raising events.

EMERGENCY CONTACTS
Please can you ensure that you have given school any change of contact details, particularly changing mobile phone numbers. Also, the more contacts listed for a child the easier it is to get in touch regarding your child, particularly in an emergency.

BREAKFAST AND AFTER SCHOOL CLUB
If you need childcare before or after school, please see the school office, or ring Mrs Porter direct on 07538924508. We have extended opening until 6pm. The cost of the morning session is £2.75 and the after school session is £5.50.

The Breakfast Club is open from 7.30am until school time, and children receive food and drinks at both the breakfast and after school clubs.

ABSENCES AND APPOINTMENTS
In addition to no longer being allowed to authorise holiday absences, we are now expected to see evidence of appointments, if your child requires a medical appointment during school time. Please contact school before 9.30 a.m. if your child is absent, otherwise the absence could be deemed unauthorised.

REMINDERS
Articles of jewellery are not allowed in school, they could cause injury to the wearer or another person. Earrings have been a constant source of argument and injury in the past. The Local Authority bans them for P.E. and swimming. The Governors of this school have ruled that no jewellery, other than a wrist watch, can be worn in school. Shoes must be worn as standard uniform.

LOST PROPERTY
Please can all property and clothing belonging to your children have their names written or sewn in.

HAIR
Please use plain hair bands and clips for children’s hair, fashion bows or headbands are not part of our school uniform.

At Sacred Heart, Mohican hairstyles and shaved patterns into hair are not acceptable.

MEDICINES
Please make sure that the medicines permission form has been completed if your child needs prescribed medicine in school. If you need a form (for prescribed medicines only), please contact the school office or see Mrs. Bowden.

ADMISSIONS FOR FUTURE YEARS
If you would like to add your child to the admissions list, please see me or Mrs Fairclough. If you have a sibling of a child currently at Sacred Heart, it is still worth registering with us. We also hold registers of interest for 2018 and 2019.

LADIES’ EVENING
We are hosting a Ladies’ Evening on Wednesday 6th December, at which there will be a Noosa fashion show, stalls for jewellery, candles, cakes and handbags and many other gift ideas. Blossoms Boutique, Two Birds Boutique and Tropics will also be in attendance, and the jazz singer Simply Jack will also be entertaining.

The event proves very popular, and tickets sell out fast. Tickets are available from school, and this also includes a choice of fresh poached salmon or quiche with salad, and a glass of bubbly! And a free gift bag!

The proceeds from the event contribute towards the panto trip and other events that the children benefit from.

SCHOOL MEALS
We are continuing to retain our school meal price at £1.65 per meal, which we will continue to keep for the foreseeable future, still the lowest of all the local schools. School requires two weeks notice if you change from school dinner to packed lunch or vice versa.

TRAINERS FOR PE AND SPORT
We would like to encourage the children to wear trainers for PE and sport, particularly outdoors. If the children have their PE kits and trainers in school every day, then we have more flexibility with sport, especially with our mixed weather, and we can hold emergency running sessions with little notice!

SCHOOL CLUBS
Thank you to all the staff who have given up their time to start clubs for the children already this term.

Dance for infants (Mrs Rae) (Mon 3.30pm to 4pm)
Change4life: Y5/6 Fri 3.30pm—4.30pm
Athletics (Wed 3.30pm-4.30pm Y4-6)
Wake up Shake Up (Mon/Wed/ Fri before school)
Football, Tri-golf Y4/5/6 (Mon)
Homework Club Thursday 3.30-4.30pm
Cross Country (Tue 8.20amY4-6)
Dance Festival Rehearsals Y3-6 Tuesday 3.30 to 4.30pm
Girls Football: Wed lunch
Tag Rugby 12.40pm most lunch times
Choir: KS2 Thur 8.20am (Mrs Bowden)
Handball KS2 Thur 3.30-4.30pm
Netball Y5/6 Thur 3.30-4.30pm
Art KS2 Mon 3.30-4.30pm

There will be other running opportunities in school time.

And rehearsals will begin soon for our next stage show….

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