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Aspire & Achieve Course for parents/carers

If any parents/carers are currently out of work and are in a position to start looking at returning to work, Ribbleton Neighbourhood Centre are holding an Aspire and Achieve course which will start on Tuesday, 9th January 2018  12:30 – 3pm.  If anyone is interested, please ring Ribbleton Neighbourhood Centre on 01772 539444.

LCC online safety advice for parents

As many children and young people may receive ‘connected’ gifts over the festive season, the LSCB has produced a useful guidance sheet for schools to support Parents & Carers.  The link below will give parents/carers advice on how to keep their children safe whilst online.

Lancashire County Council online safety

December Newsletter 2017

SEND: LCC FIND Newsletter Winter 2017

For parents/carers of children with SEND, Lancashire County Council’s FIND Newsletter is full of advice and local activities / groups available in the area.

English and Maths parenting courses

If any parents or carers are interested in English and Maths courses for themselves, please email school on:

November Newsletter 2017

Church of England ‘Valuing All God’s Children’

Further to the news on the television on 13 November 2017 regarding challenging homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying, we have received a publication from the Church of England Education Office titled ‘Valuing All God’s Children’.  The full publication can be read HERE.

Preston SportsFest – sports opportunities

Better Leisure Centres (West View and Fulwood, previously ran by Preston City Council) are currently running an initiative called Preston Sports Fest to help promote club sessions and showcase the opportunities for local people in Preston to come along and access.

Preston Sports Fest provides an opportunity for members of the public to come along to the club open sessions and take part free of charge for their first session. Clubs this year are holding up to 3 open sessions over the next 3 weeks, at different venues across Preston. Feedback from last year stated that open sessions provided a good opportunity to ease new participants into activities they would not normally have the confidence to try or didn’t necessarily know were available to them.


They attracted over 200 new participants last year as part of the campaign which also linked with the ‘I am Team GB Olympics’ initiative whereby many participants had a fantastic experience at a new club and continued to participate there. The programme of all clubs involved this year and the dates they are running sessions can be seen above.


October Newsletter 2017

Congratulations to Mr and Mrs Hughes!

We are absolutely delighted to announce that Mrs Hughes has given birth to a beautiful, healthy boy – Harry James – weighing 6lb 3oz on Monday, 2 October 2017.


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