We would like to share with you an i-vengers guide to keeping your children safe while gaming.
Here is some information on social distancing (one for upper KS2 and secondary and the other for younger children). This has been created by colleagues at the Derbyshire Educational Psychology Service in conjunction with Public Health, to help children understand what the guidelines are . We have been asked to share these with parents and children via the school’s website or APP. Hope it’s helpful.
Please click below for GOV UK Coronavirus update and information.
Clay Cross and District Music festival 2018
The schools are divided into three choirs for rehearsals. Stretton Handley are part of Choir A and Choir A rehearsals are at Stretton Handley and Holmgate Primary (19th Sept).
Rehearsals – Wednesdays
19th September 2018 1.30pm – 3.00pm Holmgate Primary School
(Children to be picked up at 1.15 pm approx. after register to be transported to Holmgate. Children collected from Holmgate at 3.00pm and can go straight home.)
26th September 2018 9.15 am -10.30am Stretton Handley CE Primary School
3rd October 2018 9.30 am -12.00pm Tupton Hall (All choirs)
(Mrs Dunbar will meet children at the main entrance at 9.15 am. Please park intop car park and walk children down to the main entrance. Please collect from main entrance at 12.00pm to return children to school for lunch)
10th October 2018 9.30 am -12.00pm Tupton Hall(All choirs)
(Mrs Dunbar will meet children at the main entrance at 9.15 am. Please collect from main entrance at 12.00pm to return children to school for lunch)
17th October 2018 9.30 a.m. – 2.30 pm. Winding Wheel, Chesterfield – Dress rehearsal
Meet and collect in ‘donut’ carpark at 9.15 am to walk to Winding Wheel and collect at carpark at 2.30pm. Packed lunch required. Children may go straight home at 2.30pm)
Performance Thursday 18th October Winding Wheel – 6.30pm for children
(Concert 7.00 – 8.30 p.m. approx)
Tickets for the performance will be available from school nearer the performance date – details to follow.
Well done to the children who represented our school in the cricket tournament at Ashover Cricket Ground on Thursday 24 May. Twelve teams from local schools took part. Stretton Handley were runners up with Ashover Primary coming first.
Tupton Hall Language Leader Visit – Wednesday 8th and 15th.
We are pleased to welcome students from Tupton Hall again during the afternoon of Wednesday 15th. A group of student language leaders, accompanied by MFL teacher Pippa Gamble, will be providing taster German sessions for Peregines and Kingfishers. Last week our children enjoyed some PowerPoint presentations about Germany, including a quiz and animal names in German, followed by a game of snap to test their memory. Children practiced greetings, like, “Guten tag,” and Auf Wiedersehn,” had a laugh trying to recognise some famous German faces, like Angela Merkel and Albert Einstein.
On Thursday 6th October 28 children (over 60% of the school!) went to Tupton Hall for the Cross country and fun to run competitions. Once the races started there were hundreds of people there running and supporting the children.
The Stretton Handley children performed brilliantly in the course which was nearly 2000m for the years 4, 5 and 6 and 1000m for the year 2 and 3’s.
Special mentions go out to LH who came 2nd overall in the y4 girls competition and GT and FT who came 5th and 3rd respectively in the year 3 boys and year 3 girls competition.
The children had a fantastic time at such a well run event!
On Monday 13th some of our children visited the House of Lords in London, representing our school as winners of the national society ‘My CofE School’ video competition. We warmly invite parents of all children and grandparents to come along on Thursday afternoon at 3.00pm to see the photographs and hear about the visit.
School is closed on Friday 24th for INSET : Outstanding teaching and learning.
Children return after the autumn break on Monday 3rd November.