As the weather is very changeable at the moment, please continue to send your child to school with a coat or jacket every day.
There will hopefully be more sunny days approaching so we would ask that you send your child in with the following items (all clearly named):
- Sun cream – your child will need to be able to apply this themselves (we recommend a roll-on type as they may find this easier to apply)
- Sun hats
- Lots of water to drink
Sandals are not appropriate, or safe, footwear for school.
We have had some great football matches over the past few weeks, the girls’ and boys’ teams have played really well and are a credit to the school.
Unfortunately, the final event that our team were due to compete in was cancelled but they have had some fantastic results and we are hoping to receive overall results very soon. We will update you all as soon as we can!
Boys’ & girls’ underwear of all sizes would be greatly appreciated! If you have any children’s underwear, in good and clean condition, that you would be willing to donate please bring to the Office. Thank you.
Show Racism the Red Card
A group of our Year 6 pupils represented Stanley at this event at Blackpool FC (Bloomfield Road) and took part in a variety of tasks. A big thank you to those pupils for their hard work and exemplary behaviour.
Y2 Reading picnic
A huge thank you to the parents and grandparents who volunteered for our Y2 Reading Picnic last week. It was a great success and we really appreciated your support.
Ukrainian Support Group
There is support group being held by Blackpool Rotary Club at New Life Church, 6-8 Queen Victoria Road, FY1 5LF every Tuesday 11am – 1pm.
There will be information on legal, housing, money and education issues available. Children are welcome as they will provide activities for them.
Щовівторка з 11:00 до 13:00 у Blackpool Rotary Club, 6-8 Queen Victoria Road, FY1 5LF, є група підтримки.
Буде доступна інформація про юридичні, житлові, грошові та освітні питання. Діти запрошуються, оскільки вони організовують для них заходи.
Operation Encompass now operates throughout Lancashire police force. It helps police and schools work together to provide emotional and practical help to children. The system ensures that when police are called to an incident of domestic abuse, where there are children in the household who have experienced the domestic incident, the police will inform the school (Miss Manson) before the child or children arrive the following day. This ensures that the school has up to date relevant information about the child’s circumstances and can enable support to be given to the child.