Well, what an incredible response we had to the poster competition! So many entries by children who had clearly put a lot of time and effort in to designing posters that stood up against HBT (Homophobic, Biphobic, Transphobic) bullying. The school council had a really hard time deciding the winners!
Below, you will see a picture ...more
We have had the BEST day celebrating the forthcoming Royal Wedding!
We began our day with Royal Bake Off, followed by the ROYAL WEDDING!!
We all joined in the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, followed by a reception picnic.
Thank you to all Parents and Carers who generously donated so much food and drink.
Here are some ...more
If you are wondering what IDAHOTB day is, it stands for International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia and is a day when, all over the world, people unite to say that the bullying, discrimination or harassment of LGBT+ people is wrong.
Here, at St Andrews, we take the importance not only of valuing and including ...more
As you know, we have been participating in the Rainbow Flag Award over the past year, and we are close to submitting our final pieces of evidence to hopefully gain the full award. So far we have been awarded four categories of the six, three of which we were considered to be 'outstanding' in.
The Proud ...more
We have been made aware of a fantastic group for local people and run by local people, which is designed to help parents support children with mental health issues.
See details below:
"Two resourceful mothers from Little Hulton are launching a support group for parents with children who have mental health issues, having recognised a need.
Alison Gresty, ...more
Dear Parents and Carers,
Your child will be coming home with an attendance letter detailing what their current attendance is. If you have any questions at all, please do contact me through the office.
At St Andrews, we want to encourage every child to arrive on time every day and have an attendance of over 96%. If ...more
Sometimes children worry about being ‘different’ for many reasons including:
How they look
What colour their skin is
What they believe
How much money they have
How well they do at school
If they have a condition or disability
Who they fancy (whether its because they are worried about how that person feels about them or, for example, if they are lesbian, ...more
A young carer is someone aged 18 or under who helps look after a relative with a disability, illness, mental health condition, or drug or alcohol problem.
If you're a young carer, you probably look after one of your parents, or care for a brother or sister. You may do extra jobs in and around the ...more
If you are looking ahead to the Easter holidays and are unsure how to entertain the children for two weeks, then Salford Community Leisure are organising a sports and crafts club at Walkden High School, which may be of interest to you.
Check out the details in this flyer.....Easter flyer 2018 more