Did you know that if you are on a low income, you may be eligible to a 'Warm Home Discount', which is a payment of up to £140 towards your electricity bill over the winter period?
You need to contact your supplier directly to apply. Don't delay if you think it may help!
You can find out ...more
Wow - what a morning we have had!
Today marks the beginning of Anti Bullying Week and, to celebrate this, St Andrews hosted the very first Anti Bullying Schools Convention. We were joined by five other local schools, who all brought members of their school council to share presentations about what their schools do to address ...more
On Friday 24th November, 9-10.30am, we will be holding a coffee morning to introduce parents and governors to the work we are doing in order to achieve our Rainbow Flag Award.
The Rainbow Flag Award is given to schools who meet certain criteria regarding preventing homophobic and transphobic bullying and who are working to make their ...more
As children get older, they will start to become more independent. Some may start walking to and from school by themselves, and some may meet up with friends outside school. When this happens will depend on each child and is a decision to make as a family. At St Andrews, our policy states that children ...more
I know, I know - Christmas is still a long way off (80 days and counting....!!!), but I have become aware of a couple of schemes that can support families on low incomes. Support can include ensuring that parents are able to get their children presents and helping out with food over the holiday break. ...more
We have been having lots of fun in Pyramid club over the past two weeks. The children have been very creative and together we have talked about who we are and what it means to be a good friend. In groups, the children drew life size pictures of 'a perfect friend' and made some friendship ...more
Many thanks to all who came to support our Macmillan coffee morning today - it was lovely to see so many of you there! We had a great time, eating cake, chatting and taking part in the raffle, all for a good cause.
A big thank you also to all who donated cakes and prizes to ...more
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