In the interests of our children's safety, there are official restrictions on parking at or near the school
Inconsiderate and dangerous parking practices pose significant danger to the pupils at our school.
Last year we took part in the national Influenza Immunisation Programme for pupils in Years 1-3.
The total uptake for Salford children in Years 1-3 was 45% and the uptake for our school was 34%.
For this year, the government has extended the national flu immunisation programme to include Reception and Year 4 children.
Informtaiotn will be sent out in the next few weeks when we hope more families will participate in this programme for the benefit of the children.
Further information can be found on facebook: www.facebook.com/intrahealthImms/ or follow Twitter @IntraHealthImms.
Share Aware, from NSPCC and O2, gives parents all the tools they need to have regular and informed conversations with their child about staying safe online. Under 20% of parents discuss online safety regularly with their children but we want to get every family talking about their online activities, just as they would their day at school.
Parents can sign up to the icebreaker email series and become an expert in their child's online world in 6 weeks, follow their four simple steps to keeping kids safe online, watch their film 'safety advise from a 10 year old' or visit Net Aware - Share Aware's guide to your child's social networks apps and games.
NSPCC recognise that the internet is a great place for kids to be, being Share Aware makes it safer.
Please can we remind all parents that if you would like to change your child's dinner arrangements; dinners to packed lunches or vice versa, you will need to come to the office where we can update your child's record. Please do not change your child's dinner arrangement without notifying the office first.
Price for lunches per week: £10.00 per child, per week
You will have noticed the new signs and double yellow lines around the entrance of the school. Please can you respect the signs as they are there to keep the children safe when coming to school and leaving. Parents need to park where it is safe to do so. Please do not block traffic or other people's driveways. Illegal and unsafe parking will be reported to the police.
Please make sure your child comes to school in full uniform. See Marlborough Road Academy standards below:
Trainers and tracksuit bottoms are not part of our uniform; can you therefore make sure your child does not wear them for school.
Every Wednesday, Nursery and Reception have a 'Stay and Play' session 9.00 - 10.30am and the teachers would like to invite all parent/carers to stay with their child when they are dropped off.
This is a great opportunity for you to see how your child learns in school and to see how they interact with their friends and teachers too.
Well done to all our Year 6 during their SATs week; you have all worked really hard and made your teachers very proud!
Good Luck to all our Year 2 children during their SATs next week.
We will be starting a new Athletic club on Monday's, after school 3.30 - 4.30pm. This will start after the half term and will be open to years 4/5/6. The new Athletics club will be replacing Monday's football. Look out for the letter in your child's book bag next week.
Fidget Spinners are not to be brought in to school. They are causing problems between pupils and disrupting lessons.
More appropriate 'fiddle toys' are provided by school to pupils who need them.
Any spinners brought to school will be confiscated by staff and will need to be collected from the office by an adult.
Food is given out to those in need every Thursday 4pm - 6pm, 5 Mary Street, Manchester, M3 1NH.
Tel. 0161 298 5123
We are happy for pupils to bring their own water bottles into school and store them in the water bottles crates that are kept in the classrooms. If you would like to do this, can you please ensure that your child's name is on the bottle and that it is not filled with juice, ONLY WATER. Any bottle containing juice will be emptied and re-filled with water.
From September, we will be discontinuing the practice of providing water bottles, so all the children will need to bring their own into school.
We acknowledge and value the celebration of your child's birthday. Can we however ask the following:
If you want to bring a birthday cake in for your child's birthday, we are unfortunately unable to accept home made cakes. This is because we cannot guarantee that there will be no traces of nuts etc in the food preparation area.
Please do not send a candle in with the cake as we are unable to use this due to health and safety reasons.
A reminder we still have places available on the ESOL Talk English classes every Tuesday 9.15am - 11.15am (excluding school holidays).
From time to time we have cases of head lice in school. This need not cause embarrassment as it is known that head lice don't have a preference for dirty, clean, short or long hair. It's very difficult to prevent head lice but you may want to consider regular detection combing - for example, on a weekly basis - if you're concerned about your children or yourself. Some parents recommend the 'NitFree Comb' that is suitable for all hair types and can be bought from any pharmacy.
If you find living/moving lice, carry out detection combing on all of the family and buy a treatment to get rid of headlice from the pharmacy, supermarket or online. You don't usually need to see your GP. Please remember that lotions and sprays don't prevent headlice and should only be used if a live louse has been found in your child's hair.
If so, you should be able to claim free school meals.
Even if you are in Reception, Year 1 or Year 2 and already get universal free school meals, we still need you to make a claim as the school receives £1,320 from the government for every eligible child.
Please ask at the office for a claim form. The office will be happy to help you complete the form.
S - Be Safe; Keep your personal information safe and secret. Think carefully before you share a photo of yourself or your friends.
M - Don’t Meet Up; Never arrange to meet an online friend because it can be dangerous. No matter how well you think you know people, they might be pretending.
A - Accepting Emails Can Be Dangerous; If you receive junk mail (called Spam) or messages that make you feel uncomfortable, tell an adult that you trust and delete them. Don’t reply to them.
R - Reliable; The internet is full of friendly people and amazing information. However, sometimes people might say or write things which are untrue, so you should always think carefully before trusting what you see or hear.
T - Tell Someone; Most of the time that you are online; you will have lots of fun. However, if you see anything that makes you feel uncomfortable or worried, make sure that you feel an adult that you trust.
For advice, help or to report an incident contact CEOPS http://www.ceop.police.uk/safety-centre/
Please be aware of the safety signs in place. Pupils using the play equipment before and after school must be supervised by a family member. Serious injury may occur if the play equipment is not used properly.
Mrs Coggins - 83.2%
Ms Beaver - 82.8%
Mrs Brookes - 86.2%
Ms Royle - 96.8%
Miss Holroyd - 95.3%
Mr Madden - 94.5%
Mrs Nardella - 96.4%
Miss Edwards - 87.5%
Miss Shah - 95.8%
Mrs Morris - 90.5%
Mr Millan-Snee - 95%
Miss Molloy - 83.6%
Mrs Ward - 99.3%
Mrs McCarthy - 93.2%
Mrs Hewetson - 98.7%
Miss Anglin - 92.4%
Ms Wileman - 95.4%
Mr Dickinson - 91.3%
MRA overall attendance: 91.3%