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News Blog

Learning Behaviour

Tracy Lilley - Thursday, July 07, 2016

Please click here to view the communication from Mrs Eagleton regarding the 2015-2016 Behaviour Report.

Awards For Ecclesfield

Tracy Lilley - Friday, June 10, 2016

During this academic year, the pupils and staff at Ecclesfield have been busy working towards various awards which all support the school in being the best it can possibly be.


Mrs Mellor, Miss Smith and the Eco Warriors have worked hard to achieve the ‘Eco School Bronze Award’. This is credited to our school because of our provision outdoors and the work we have done on creating a sustainable environment.


We have also been awarded the ‘Achievement for All’ Quality Mark for our work with supporting our learners. Mrs Stevenson has worked extremely hard and we are grateful for all her time and dedication. 

Outdoor Learning

Hannah Smith - Friday, May 06, 2016

Outdoor Learning @ Ecclesfield

Our Foundation Stage outdoor classroom is taking shape. This week, the children have enjoyed experimenting and collaborating on our new
painting window.
The pupils at Ecclesfield are really enjoying their new outdoor classroom which they have named ‘
The Wildlife Watch’. Again, a big thank you to Fletchers Bakery who supported us in this project.

 

 

 

Parent and Child Breakfast Club

Hannah Smith - Friday, May 06, 2016

Parent and Child Breakfast Club
Over the past few weeks each Friday, we have trialled a new breakfast club for parents and children to have breakfast together in our small dining room.

It has been a great success and the parents and children who have attended have commented on how delicious the food is and how lovely it is to spend time with their children in the mornings. As such, we are continuing our Parent and Child Breakfast Club on a Friday morning (doors will open at 7.50am). All the food will be prepared and cooked by Taylor Shaw, our school meals provider.
Please note; This breakfast club is not supervised as parents are expected to remain for the duration with their child.
Our usual breakfast club is still running from 7.30am where parents are able to drop their children off.

 

MAST Parent Workshop 17.5.16

Hannah Smith - Friday, May 06, 2016

MAST (Multi Agency Support Team)

Raising a family is the most important job anyone can do. It has amazing rewards but it
can also be very challenging. At some point you may need some extra help.

Your local Multi Agency Support Teams (MAST) are here to help you and your family. 
Every year, MAST support 1000s of families by delivering around 60 parenting
programmes, whole family support and in their 16 Children's Centres.

MAST are going to be running a drop in session for parents at Ecclesfield. The session is for parents to drop in and ask for advice or support with things such as  housing, benefits,
further education, behaviour support and many more professional services.
The drop in session will be on

 
Tuesday 17th May, 1.15pm—2.45pm

Please come into school via the main entrance.
For further information about how MASTs support families, have a look at the following website: 
https://www.sheffield.gov.uk/caresupport/childfam/advice-and-support

 

Warm Weather Warnings

Hannah Smith - Friday, May 06, 2016

WARM WEATHER WARNINGS

As the sun is shining,  we would just like to remind you to send your children to school with fresh water in a named water
bottle EVERY DAY
!  It is vital that we replace the fluids we lose when we breathe and sweat. Obviously, when it is warmer, we sweat more so need to replace more fluid.

Also, please can you ensure the children bring a sun hat (again, clearly labelled) to school as we love learning and playing
outdoors and want to protect our heads from the sun and heat. Please apply sun cream to pupils before school, if you would like to send sun cream for your child to reapply, please ensure it is labelled. Please note that staff are not able to apply sun cream to pupils.

 

MAST Parenting Workshop

Hannah Smith - Thursday, April 21, 2016

MAST (Multi Agency Support Team)

Raising a family is the most important job anyone can do. It has amazing rewards but it 
can also be very challenging. At some point you may need some extra help.

Your local Multi Agency Support Teams (MAST) are here to help you and your family.  
Every year, MAST support 1000s of families by delivering around 60 parenting 
programmes, whole family support and in their 16 Children's Centres.

MAST are going to be running a drop in session for parents at Ecclesfield. 
The session is for parents to drop in and ask for advice or support with things such as  housing, benefits, 
further education, behaviour support and many more professional services. 

The drop in session will be on

           
Monday 25th April 9.00am—11.00am
Please come into school via the main entrance.
For further information about how MASTs support families,
have a look at the following website:
 
https://www.sheffield.gov.uk/caresupport/childfam/advice-and-support.html

 

School Library

Hannah Smith - Thursday, April 21, 2016

SCHOOL LIBRARY: 

Just a reminder that our school library is
now open every Friday from 3.00pm.
It is a great opportunity to share a book, find out some fascinating facts or snuggle up with one of our reading buddies! Miss Nicholson will be on hand in the library from 3.00pm every Friday in case you have any questions.

 

Outdoor Learning

Hannah Smith - Thursday, April 21, 2016

Outdoor Learning Week @ Ecclesfield

 What a great first week back! The staff and pupils have had a great week using the outdoors to support their learning. Many of you may have noticed our new outdoor classroom on the field, this was kindly donated by Fletchers Bakery who have worked with the school to continue
creating an inspiring and innovative outdoor area for our pupils. We are very grateful for their donation! Our outdoor classroom was opened
today by the Deputy Lord Mayor, we were thrilled to invite her to our opening ceremony!

 

Triple P Teen Parenting Programme

Hannah Smith - Thursday, April 21, 2016

TRIPLE P TEEN PARENTING PROGRAMME

The Triple P (Positive Parenting Programme) knows that all
parents have different needs. That’s why Triple P offers a
number of specialist programmes tailored to suit parents with very specific needs or circumstances.  A parent who attended, highly recommended the course because
“it helps you more as a parent because you feel calm and
prepared to deal with behaviours before they happen.”

Teen Triple P has been developed for parents of teenagers. Because it’s based on Triple P’s proven parenting strategies, it gives a way to deal with the kinds of teenage behaviour problems and issues that can make family life stressful.

The next session is on Wednesday 11th May 2016, at Angram Bank
Children’s Centre High Green, 12.30pm—2.30pm

For more information please call 0114 2331189

 

 



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