Emotional Health and Well-being Newsletter 3
Please click here for our third Emotional Health and Well-being Newsletter which provides information for parents and carers about accessing support from the Children and Family Court Advisory and Support…
Half Term Horrid Henry Readathon
Ecclesfield Library are holding a Horrid Henry Readathon on Wednesday 22nd February from 10.00am until 12.30pm. Please click here for further details.
Teenager Parenting Seminar
Please click here for details of a teenager parenting seminar entitled "Raising Competent Teenagers" being held on the evening of Wednesday 8th February at Ecclesfield Secondary School for any parents…
Healthy Schools Newsletter
Please click here to view a copy of our new termly Healthy Schools newsletter which reports on all the sporting events over the last term and also what to look forward to over the next couple of months.
Emotional Health and Well-being Newsletter 2
Please click here for our second Emotional Health and Well-being Newsletter which provides information for parents and carers about accessing support for their children.
Emotional Health and Well-being Newsletter
Please click here for the latest Emotional Health and Well-being Newsletter which provides information for parents and carers about accessing support for their children.
Imagination Gaming at Ecclesfield Library
Please click here for information about an Imagination Gaming event being held at Ecclesfield Library on Saturday 19th November.
Break Time Snacks
Break Time Snacks As a school, we teach children to be as healthy as possible. This includes thinking about the type of foods they should be eating. Therefore, we encourage children to bring fruit as…
Book Fair Before the half term holiday, we ran a book fair where pupils and parents were able to purchase fantastic books to add to their collections at home. We raised £366 at the book fair which gives…
Cross Country A bitterly cold Bradfield School was the venue for the latest cross country race of the season. Even our new flag couldn't cope with the harsh winds sweeping across the grounds. A large…