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Giving Ofsted feedback on Wrotham Road Primary School
Sunday, 30 March 2014
Tuesday, 25 March 2014
Strike Action- Wednesday 26th March
We have been informed by the NUT teachers unions, that they will be taking industrial action in the form of a strike on Wednesday 26th March. This action is not against Wrotham Road itself but is part of national industrial action about changes to pay, pensions, working conditions and jobs.
Neither the governing body nor the headteacher is legally allowed to close the school, however, we have carried out a risk assessment and the classes that will be closed are as followed:-
Nursery am and pm sessions
Mrs Fox- Year 1
Miss Gullifer- Year 1
Miss White-Year 2
All the other classes will remain open.
We realise that the strike action and closure of the school for those classes causes disruption, but the health and safety of staff and students is of paramount importance. We wanted to give parents/ carers as much notice as possible in order to make any necessary arrangements for Wednesday 26th March
There is no requirement for unions to inform us of which members of staff will take action but they have kindly done so. We must all hope that the issues over which the industrial action has arisen are resolved as soon as possible.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
Posted by Wrotham Road at 10:04
On Saturday 22nd March our netball team attended the netball rally at Riverview Primary School. We were runners up this year! A huge congratulations to Wrotham Road!
Wrotham Road Vs Westcourt 4:4
Wrotham Road Vs Riverview 4:3
Wrotham Road Vs St Josephs 4:2
Wrotham Road Vs Singlewell 2:3
Wrotham Road Vs Shorne 5:0
Wrotham Road Vs Cobham 2:3
Posted by Wrotham Road at 02:12
Monday, 24 March 2014
Today's whole school assembly was looking at how we can stay healthy. Please click the link below for further information.
Change4Life aims to help Key Stage 1 and 2 pupils understand the benefits of eating well and living a more active lifestyle from an early age.
We all know that eating a balanced diet is fundamental to the development of children’s health and wellbeing and their ability to lead healthier, active lifestyles – and healthy pupils are more likely to be effective learners. That’s why in schools we’re focussing on what children eat for breakfast and lunch.
Posted by Wrotham Road at 03:49
Friday, 21 March 2014
Monday, 10 March 2014
Friday, 7 March 2014
Thursday, 6 March 2014
West End in Schools is a professional London based theatre company that brings top actors from the West End and television into schools.
The musical and workshops incorporate characters and themes from popular books that you can read and explore with the children. The aim is to inspire a love of books.
Posted by Wrotham Road at 05:33