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Family feedback: *All staff go out of their way to make sure my child is safe and happy. Excellent care. *I feel the school goes above and beyond to support my child. Thank you. *This school is very caring to the children, and always has a lovely atmosphere. Thank you! *Both of my children are very happy at this school and I am very happy with their progress. The school has good/effective communication with parents. *My child’s older siblings went to this school when they were younger and also loved it. The teachers are fantastic. *Always been a lovely school. All of family members, including myself, went here. *Have always been happy with Collingwood staff and their teaching with all of my children. *Brilliant school – I even returned my child back here after leaving. *The teaching staff are very accommodating and cheerful. Our kids are happy and they always look forward to going to school. *

COLLINGWOOD NEWS – Autumn 2– 2019

COLLINGWOOD NEWS  – Autumn 2– 2019


Dear parents and carers,

Because there is so much going on at the moment, I thought I would send this newsletter early.

We have had an excellent first half term at Collingwood this year and improvements to the building are still going on. New i-pads have been ordered alongside sound-proofing and a new screen for the IT suite. The doors in the corridor and in the Reception and year 1 classes are due to be completed during half term and the asbestos removal is on track ready for the temporary heating to be installed on time—we will not be sorry to say goodbye to the calor gas heaters!

Please could you make sure that there are no children on the yard before 8am in the mornings as there is no supervision and we are concerned about the possible dangers on the dark, cold winter mornings.

I look forward to seeing you all at the up-and-coming events in the run up to Christmas.

Mrs Bland


Children In Need 2019

¨ On Friday 15th November

¨ Dress up for £1

¨ Cake Sale— we need as many donations as possible and volunteers to sell cakes. More details to follow soon!


Diary dates
21/22/23.10.19—parents’ evening and book fayre
22.10.19—Harvest Festivals—St Peter’s church
25.10.19—School Closed for Staff Training Day
Half Term Week 25.10.19—4.11.19 (Bike sheds close)
11.11.19—remembrance day
15.11.19– Children in Need
20.11.19—Big Me Day!
4.12.19—Yr 5/6 Parent Craft session 9.15am
10.12.19– 2.30pm—yr 1/2 Christmas Performance (younger siblings welcome)
11.12. 19– 9.30am –yr 1/2 Christmas Performance (adults only)
12.12.19—Yr 3/4 Parents Christmas Crafts 9.15am
12.12.19– 2.15pm Reception and Nursery Christmas celebration—school hall
16.12.19– Yr 5/6 party pm
17.12.19—9.30am Key Stage 2 Carol Service—St. Peter’s Church
17.12.19—Yr 3/4 party pm
18.12.19—School Panto am
18.12.19– Christmas lunch
18.12.19– Reception & Nursery party
19.12.19—Yr 1/2 party pm
20.12.19—Toy Day
7.1.19—School reopens for Children—Spring Term


It is  important that your child has a coat, school PE kit and a change of suitable footwear in school every single day.  No leggings or false nails please!


No leggings please.

Nail varnish, false nails, extreme haircuts and jewellery are not allowed.