In assembly today, we were visited by two very special people - Paula Present and Trevor Truant! They came, along with Adrian, from the Education Welfare Office, to talk to the school about attendance. All the children enjoyed taking part in the assembly - as did the staff, some of whom had a role to ...more
Today is International Day of Peace and to mark this, we invited the Red Cross to come and talk to our Year 6 children about what it was to be a refugee, asylum seeker or migrant, so that we could all understand more about the issues some people face. The workshop was very informative and ...more
There is a new Job Club starting at Little Hulton Library where people will be able to access a range of valuable support such as CV writing and online job searching.
It will be every Tuesday 11-12noon.
It is a drop in service, so do pop along if you think it may be of use.
If you want ...more
As parents and carers know, good attendance and arriving to school on time is a vital step in helping our children to learn and to get the best out of their time at school. Our attendance target is 96%.
We are proactively looking at ways to support children and families meet this target. Over the next ...more
At St Andrews, we are committed to identifying and supporting any children who are young carers. This year, we were presented with two awards - one from Salford Young Carers and one from the Children's Society - to reflect the work that we have done for young carers at our school
The official definition of a ...more
We have been made aware of some great events happening within our community over the next few weeks, so make a note of the dates:
This Saturday, 9th September, there is a very exciting event happening in Little Hulton - the Little Hulton Go Large Festival. It includes pop up theatres, many local performances, a selection ...more
Welcome back to all our children who are returning and a big welcome to all those starting here for the first time! I hope you all had a great summer. I am sure you will all settle in quickly to the new school year - there are a lot of exciting things to look forward ...more
With the six week break almost upon us, parents and carers may be wondering what to do to entertain the children. As well as the holiday club at Walkden Methodist and the fun day at The Lowry, Salford has a vast range of activities going on to suit everybody.
From sports camps to museum activities to ...more
We have been made aware of a fantastic FREE event that The Lowry Theatre is holding over the summer holidays:
The Lowry Open Day 2017
Sat 5 August
10am - 4pm
A chance to experience what goes on behind the scenes. Try your hand at sound and lighting, learn how to perform a stand-up routine, and enjoy a taster ...more
As many of you will know, Walkden Methodist Church run a holiday club during the summer break. This is led by Naomi Sharp, who visits our school often. This is a great opportunity to entertain the children during the long holiday! The details are as follows:
Dates - Tuesday 25th July to Friday 28th July
Times - ...more