SEN School Transport - Urgent Action Required
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Yesterday, Bradfields attended the Kent Literacy Awards 2018 and won the Medway Area award for the Best initiatives to support reading, writing, speaking and listening skills in students with special needs. Also in attendance were Terry Waite; humanitarian, author and former envoy to the Archbishop of Canterbury and, Nicola Parkhouse, author, who are photographed with our Principal and two staff members from the Literacy Team at Bradfields.
We are looking forward to seeing our Year 11-14 students at Prom on Friday 22nd June, from 7:30pm-11pm (No entry before 7:30pm). If you haven't already, please make sure your child have returned their attendance slip before Friday.
It is our Sports Day on Wednesday 20th June. Please make sure that your child brings a water bottle, sun cream and a hat, along with their PE Kit. We look forward to seeing the students' sportsmanship on the day. Please note, this does not include the Primary students; their Sports Day is scheduled for Friday 6th July.
On Friday 22nd June students and staff will take part in a special assembly to celebrate the Great Get Together. This is a national event organised by the Jo Cox Foundation. As you may recall Jo Cox was murdered in her constituency of Batley and Spen in 2016. The weekend of the 22nd-24th June marks Jo's 44th birthday. Jo's friends and family didn't want to mark her birthday and anniversary with a sombre occasion. So, the plan is to hold celebrations to unite communities across the country. The message behind The Great Get Together is a simple one: that we all have more in common than that which divides us. The assembly commemorates and celebrates her life and work to help young people develop their understanding of identity, diversity, community and equality.
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