PD Day – Monday 6th November

School is closed to children on Monday 6th November as it is a planned PD Day.

All children return to school on Tuesday 7th November – doors open at 8.30am.

Harvest Festival – Friday 13th October

Harvest Festival – Friday 13th October

Since 2013, Telford Crisis Support has operated a Foodbank in Telford and Wrekin to provide emergency food, toiletries and clothing to those most in need. To address the growing crisis of food poverty they rely on food donations from individuals, organisations and business supporters. They sort, create, and distribute across the borough of Telford & Wrekin, supporting individuals and their families to overcome their crisis. The Telford Crisis Support team work together to ensure that all those identified and referred by partner agencies receive their food parcels as quickly as possible. Their drivers distribute to a network of collection points across Telford and Wrekin to support as many of our community as possible to overcome their crisis.

Please start bringing items of food and toiletries into school so that we can gather the biggest collection ever!

Please click here for more information.

Behaviour Meeting for Parents

Dear all,

‘Everyone has a right to feel safe at school. The staff at Sir Alexander Fleming Primary School and Nursery are committed to ensuring that every child is protected from harm. Everyone is of equal value and will be valued equally regardless of whether they have a disability, whatever their ethnicity, culture, religious affiliation, national origin, or national status, whatever their gender and gender identity and whatever their sexual identity.

It is everyone’s responsibility to help make our school a happy place where everyone can be successful. We expect that the respectful behaviour of children will enable teachers to teach, and each other to learn. Everyone is responsible for their own behaviour and our expectation is for good behaviour offline and online. Good behaviour is something to be proud of and so is rewarded and celebrated. The education of many children will be protected from disruption by a minority who are demonstrating unacceptable behaviour; this will be met with consequences. Parents will be informed about the expectations of the school and about the consequences if the child behaves inappropriately in school, in the community and online.’

If you would like to find out more about how we manage behaviour in our school then please come along to the meeting on Monday 25th September at 3.45pm in the school hall.

See you there.

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