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  • General
    13 May 2022
    W/C: Monday 16th May
    Dear Parents / Carers, Next week is the last week of Summer term 1. School closes on Friday 20th May at the usual time and we reopen on Monday 6th June. SATS - Our Year 2 and Year 6 have completed SATs this week. We are very proud of the effort, dedication and perseverance shown by all of the children! Well done! The school photograph proofs have been sent home with your children. Please can we advise you that any orders must be returned to school no later than the morning of Monday 16th May. Note: Orders can now be placed online. Summer Term 2 After School clubs will start from Monday 6th June, the SchoolPing has been sent out. If your child would like to take part in any of the clubs please complete the Google form no later than 12 noon on Thursday 19th May to register for the after school activity so that we can make staffing arrangements. Jubilee Party in the Car Park - Please see the attached poster from Thomas Risley Church - you are invited to a party in the car park on Saturday 21st May. Thursday 9th June - Non Uniform Day - Red, White and Blue - we will be holding our own Jubilee party with a picnic lunch, music and traditional British garden games (and more). Children will enjoy this throughout the afternoon but families are welcome to bring a blanket and use our school field as a park for an hour or so after school. Ice cream and a few other treats will be available to purchase and children can use the field to play (children will of course be your responsibility at this point but staff will be around to enjoy the afternoon too). Have a lovely weekend.
  • General
    12 May 2022
    Photograph Orders
    Dear Parents / Carers, The school photograph proofs have been sent home with your children. Please can we advise you that any orders must be returned to school no later than the morning of Monday 16th May. Note: Orders can now be placed online. Thank you for your support.
  • General
    10 May 2022
    Birchwood Leisure and Tennis Centre
    Dear Parents and Carers, An exciting redevelopment at Birchwood Leisure and Tennis Centre is taking place which will see the relocation of Birchwood library into the existing leisure centre to create a new Hub for the area. Plans to relocate Birchwood Library falls under the borough’s ongoing Libraries Modernisation Plan which so far has seen the redevelopment of Stockton Heath and Padgate libraries. As well as continuing to build on our successful Hub model that places leisure and library services under one roof, to encourage people to participate in a range of activities to support mental and physical wellbeing. Work on the redevelopment is anticipated to begin later this year with the project hoped to be completed in early 2023. Key elements of the redevelopment include: • Transformation of an underutilised bar area and associated space into a modern, open plan library offer including children’s area, public network computers. • Refurbishment of current reception desk and space. • Refurbishment of leisure changing room facilities. • A new, second, fitness studio on the ground floor. • Creation of extra fitness studio space, through the extension of the existing first floor studio. Attached is a copy of the floor plans showing the proposed redevelopments at Birchwood Leisure and Tennis Centre – an full overview of the site and more detailed view of the library. It’s going to be a great development for residents in the area. Parents and carers can contact Cheryl Siddall via email with any feedback they may have - csiddall@livewirewarrington.org. If families would like to discuss the redevelopment further, the plans will be on display at Birchwood Library and Birchwood Leisure & Tennis Centre from 16th May. Drop-in sessions for customers and local residents to attend to view and discuss plans are to be held at both the Library and Leisure centre on the days below. Birchwood Library: Tuesday 17th May 4.30-6pm Saturday 21st May 10-12noon Monday 23rd May 11-12noon Friday 27th May 3-5pm Wednesday 1st June 10.30-11.30am Birchwood Leisure & Tennis Centre: Thursday 19th May 9:30-10:30am Wednesday 25th May 3-4pm Monday 30th May 7-8pm Saturday 11th June 12-1pm We hope you find this information useful. Many Thanks.
  • General
    3 May 2022
    Dear Parents and Carers, Today's assembly was all about kindness. Please see the attached pdf for some acts of kindness you and your family may choose to complete for the month of May. During the assembly children also watched this lovely short film - it is only 3-4 minutes long but it really is lovely. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Wi0UWLeT9I The film is about kindness but also about understanding others, the need for communication and resolving issues so that our world, work place, community and school can be an even better place to be. Thank you to all of the children who took part in today's assembly. If you would like to share any particular acts of kindness your child has completed then please do so. Have a lovely evening.
  • Important
    26 April 2022
    Covid-19 Update
    Dear Parent and Carers, As you may be aware, COVID-19 restrictions changed as of the 1st April 2022. We wanted to put together some information for parents/carers about the new guidance. Adults and children who have symptoms of a respiratory infection, including COVID-19, should follow the UKHSA guidance. • Adults with the symptoms of a respiratory infection, and who have a high temperature or feel unwell, should try to stay at home and avoid contact with other people until they feel well enough to resume normal activities and they no longer have a high temperature • children and young people who are unwell and have a high temperature should stay at home and avoid contact with other people. They can go back to school, college or childcare when they no longer have a high temperature, and they are well enough to attend • adults with a positive COVID-19 test result should try to stay at home and avoid contact with other people for 5 days, which is when they are most infectious. For children and young people aged 18 and under, the advice will be 3 days The symptoms of COVID-19 and other respiratory infections are very similar. It is not possible to tell if you have COVID-19, flu or another respiratory infection based on symptoms alone. Most people with COVID-19 and other respiratory infections will have a relatively mild illness, especially if they have been vaccinated. If you are feeling unwell with these symptoms you should get plenty of rest and drink water to keep hydrated. You can use medications such as paracetamol to help with your symptoms. Antibiotics are not recommended for viral respiratory infections because they will not relieve your symptoms or speed up your recovery. In some cases, you might continue to have a cough or feel tired after your other symptoms have improved, but this does not mean that you are still infectious. The NHS COVID-19 symptoms in adults and symptoms in children have been updated. You can find out more information on the following links, https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/symptoms/main-symptoms/?utm_source=07%20April%202022%20C19&utm_medium=Daily%20Email%20C19&utm_campaign=DfE%20C19 https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/symptoms/coronavirus-in-children/?utm_source=07%20April%202022%20C19&utm_medium=Daily%20Email%20C19&utm_campaign=DfE%20C19 If you have any questions or queries, please do not hesitate to contact to school office. Thank you for your continued support
  • Event
    25 April 2022
    Women's Nines Rugby Event
    Dear Parents and Carers, We wanted to share this information with you: Women’s Nines Event Some of the best players in Women’s Rugby League will descend on Warrington on Sunday 1 May – and women and girls are invited to come along and be inspired. Victoria Park (WA4 1DG) is the venue for the RFL’s inaugural Women’s Nines tournament, with teams from as far afield as Perpignan joining the likes of St Helens, Wigan Warriors and Warrington Wolves at a day-long festival of Rugby League. In addition to the great rugby on show, there will be series of workshops aimed at young players with England and Women’s Super League players running ‘Inspiration’ sessions offering opportunities to find out more about what it means to ‘Play like a Girl’ and what it takes to reach the top. The festival is FREE to attend. There is a £5 charge for the ‘inspiration sessions’ To find out more about the event or to book onto one of the Inspiration Sessions go to the RFL Ticketing website here. https://www.rugby-league.com/article/37080/female-athletes-out-to-inspire-at-warrington-tournament-- Thank you,
  • Newsletter
    6 April 2022
    Dear Parents Carers, Please find attached the newsletter for the end of the Spring Term. As usual it contains some reminders, information about holiday events for your and your children as well as some photographs and highlights. Have a lovely break with your family and friends.
  • Important
    8 February 2022
    Dear Parents / Carers, We have been contacted by many local residents and parents recently regarding the parking around school before and at the end of the school day. Please can we ask that you are considerate of the local area, including residential parking in and around Strawberry Close. We have monitored the parking situation this week and although we understand the need for quick access to school, some cars are causing a serious obstruction for local residents. Where possible, please use the church or pub car park – it would be even better, if families could try to walk to school. We have also dealt with some instances of erratic driving in and around the school area. Please can all parents and carers be considerate of our community. The School Car Park is not to be used to drop off and collect children. The car park gates will be closed at the start and end of the school day. It has also been noted that some parents/carers are parking on the double yellow lines on the driveway into school. Can parent/carers please keep this area free from vehicles as it blocks the entrance exit for other drivers, pedestrians and the emergency services. We have been made aware that the local PCSO will be monitoring this situation closely over the coming weeks. Thank you for your support. Mr J. Vermiglio
  • Important
    3 February 2022
    Esafety - Reminder
    Dear Parents and Carers, Please see an important letter about e-safety. This letter is applicable for all parents and carers. Thank you all for your support. Mr Vermiglio
  • General
    3 November 2021
    NHS Helpline
    Dear Parents and carers, One in four children in the UK are not getting enough sleep, this has an impact on their behaviour and ability to learn, as well as their physical health. If you feel that you need some support around this issue, the NHS are offering a helpline. The free helpline is run by trained sleep advisors, some have specialist training to work with SEND children. The helpline is open 5 nights a week, Sunday to Thursday, 7-9pm and the number is 03303 530 541. We hope you find this information useful. Thank you for your support.
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After spending four fantastic years as the Deputy Headteacher at Locking Stumps, I was appointed Headteacher from September 2017. From the moment I walked into this school, I knew it was a place that I wanted to be. I feel so proud and privileged to be the Headteacher and I am working tirelessly, with an amazing team, to ensure that our school is the best it can be for the children of Locking Stumps.  

We have an extremely hardworking team of staff and governors – all of whom go ‘above and beyond’ for our children. We are all enormously proud of our school and of the fantastic relationships we have with each other, the children and the families of our community.

Our school aims are rooted in the celebration of the achievements and talents of all of our children whilst striving for the highest of standards in everything that we do. Engrained within our core values is the belief that our children should be well mannered, proud and aspirational. 

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