We have been celebrating World Book day at Maidenbower Junior and are enjoying the vast array of costumes and dressing up, and the wonderful imagination of our children and parents, we have Harry Potters, Wally’s, Disney, animals, PT Barnum’s, Boys in dresses, Tom Gates, and so many many more, here is a few of the many photos we have taken and are able to share with you.
Thank you to all parents, carers and grandparents for supporting and providing outfits for today.
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Some of our Year 5 girls have been very busy making and selling Pom Poms to pupils, in order to raise funds for Breast cancer, we love their initiative and talents, and they sold all their pom poms (to staff as well!), well done girls for raising £40 in total, an amazing amount.
Will you join us and help keep children safe online?
West Sussex County Council and Crawley Borough Council have joined forces with O2, the NSPCC and children’s charity Barnardo’s in a mission to help children and their families stay safe.
We will be hosting a FREE online safety workshop for parents called Stay Safe at The Holy Trinity Church of England Secondary School, Buckswood Drive, Gossops Green, Crawley (Sat Nav: Rh11 8JE) at 6pm on Thursday 17th January 2019. We would like parents, carers and guardians, grandparents and others to join us for this informative event delivered by trained NSPCC staff.
The 2 hour workshop is a great opportunity to gain skills and knowledge to try and understand the internet and technology as children see it. The workshop will cover topics such as: online games and cyber bullying, through to setting up privacy settings and controls as well as ways to help you have the right conversations with your children about online safety. The training is aimed at 7 – 12 year olds; however parents of younger children may also find it useful.
You will also hear from Barnardo’s and local Community Safety experts about some of the warning signs of exploitation and radicalisation.
As this is an early evening session aimed at adults, children are unable to attend. Please ensure you have appropriate childcare arranged as ill be no one on site to look after your child.
If you would like to attend this FREE workshop please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Community Safety & Wellbeing Team
West Sussex County Council
What an amazing assortment of bad hair we have seen in the school today! from the brightest of colours, to the most gravity defying styles, to curls and crimps galore! Thank you to all the children, and their parents for such wonderful imagination, and for the outstanding donations to our adult tombola, which is ready for 1st Decembers Christmas fair, there is something for everyone.
We hope you enjoy looking at a few of the many hairstyles we have today.
In November 2017 we planted trees and a hedgerow at the end of the North field and have created an outside learning environment/forest schools area. Last month a group of workers from Gatwick Greenspace, part of Sussex Wildlife Trust came and helped us to maintain our trees and create a fire circle and pathways. We are very excited that this has created a welcoming environment for the children to enjoy the area and its wildlife. We have recently planted an Oak tree courtesy of Mrs Jenkins and a couple of trees donated to us by one of our pupils “Hermione”. We are looking forward to being able to go outside and use this are now.