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Department for Education Coronavirus Helpline
The DfE have launched a new helpline to answer questions about COVID-19 related to education. Staff, parents and young people can contact the helpline as follows:
Phone: 0800 046 8687
Opening Hours: 8am to 6pm (Monday to Friday)
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Read the press release here!
Everything we do at Chetwynd is about providing our children with an excellent education and enriching experiences to promote a love of learning. Our aim for our school community is to strive to be better than our best!
We think Chetwynd is a very special place to be because of our wonderful children. We strive to provide the very highest standards of education within a caring, exciting and stimulating environment.
We want our children to be excited by the curriculum and challenged to achieve their full potential. We want our children to enjoy their learning and feel valued. By working closely with our parents and governors, we ensure that all our children have an excellent start to their educational journey.
We hope that our website captures the spirit of Chetwynd and the rich and varied opportunities children receive at our school.
Parents are warmly welcomed to come in and help so please drop in and chat to a member of staff.
Lorraine Tonks (Principal)
WE NEED YOUR HELP!
We are a friendly, willing group of parents who undertake fundraising activities for the school for the benefit of the children. We always need new members for the group and extra helpers for our events - whether that's serving tea or coffee, helping with stalls at the summer fair, organising evening events - we do it all! Please let us know if you are able to help out – or just come along to one of our meetings. Keep an eye on the newsletters for the dates; they're usually at 3:30 straight after school.
Do you have your own business or work for a company that can help? Perhaps you can donate items that we can use in raffles or as prizes? Or you may want a stall at the summer fair - for example selling books, clothes, jewellery? Maybe you have a bouncy castle for hire, or anything that can be used at our varied events.
We also welcome any ideas about fundraising for the school - all the funds we raise go towards those exciting extras for the children. For example, in the past we've contributed to the school trim trail and trips to the pantomime.
- After-School Clubs Booking Form
- Breakfast Club Booking Form
- Science Week
- February 14th 2020
- December 19th 2019
- Outstanding Ofsted Report!
- 18th October 2019
- Parents' Evenings - Autumn 2019
- Flu Vaccinations Leaflet
- Flu Vaccinations
- After School Clubs - Autumn 2019
- 13th September 2019
- 24th July 2019
- 21st June 2019
- 24th May 2019
- After School Clubs - Summer 2019
- 5th April 2019
- 14th February 2019
- Spring Term After School Clubs
- 19th December 2018
- Internet Online Safety Workshop for Parents
- After School Clubs - Spring 2019
- After School Club Offer
- Breakfast Activity Club - Spring 2019
- Breakfast Club Offer
- 25th October 2018
- Bonfire Special - SAT Catering
- Newsletter September 2018
- 23rd July 2018
- Summer Challenges Sheets
- Summer Activities Challenges
- Music Tuition 2018-19
- 25th May 2018
- 20th April 2018
- Royal Wedding
- 29th March 2018
- St Patrick's Day & Tanzania
- Parents Evening - Spring 2018
- February 16th 2018
- Year 1 Outdoor Area
- December 20th 2017
- Year 3/4 Carol Concert
- November 15th 2017
- 4Year 4 Residential 2018
- Year 5 Residential 2018
- Year 6 Residential 2018
- Trip to The Open Centre
Interested in Teacher Training?
Chetwynd Primary Academy works in partnership with George Spencer Academy SCITT to offer placements for Teacher Training.
To find out more information & how to apply, please click here.