Rodbourne Cheney in the Community
Your Community Tutor is Ida Coombs.
Parents and the Community
At Moredon Primary and Nursery and Rodbourne Cheney Primary Schools we like to involve our parents and the community in our lives. We will be arranging various events throughout the year along with involvement in community projects. We would like to invite you to get more involved in the school community as well as us helping you – the local community. If you have any ideas or would like more information on how to become more involved – please contact me through the school office or email me at the address below.
What will I be doing?
- I will be working to improve communications and partnerships between our School and the local Community
- Source funding to provide extra learning experiences for the children as well as working with the School and Eco Councils
- Initiating projects within the community which will benefit everyone
- Raising the profile of our Schools by promoting all our outstanding achievements and by keeping our new website up to date and full of useful information
- Working with local charities to increase community awareness
Where can you find me?
I can be found at Moredon Primary and Nursery School on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Friday mornings in the Community Office and at Rodbourne Cheney Primary School on Wednesdays and Friday afternoons via the school office.
What can I do for you?
I can help promote your community project or charitable events, and help raise your profile in the local area.
Help raise community issues to the relevant agencies.
How can you help me?
If you have contacts that could help with local projects and experiences for the children please share them with me.
If you are able to spare an hour each week to help in school, please let me know.
Talk to me! – about things you would like to see happen in your school and community.
Email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01793 600344/608193
We strongly believe that our children should be able to take part in activities involving members of the wider community.
Happy Shoes Day!
Well done to all the children who took part in our fundraising with Happy Shoesday. We’ve had shiny shoes, decorated shoes, funky laces and light up shoes, gorilla feet, colourful pumps and trendy trainers.
Why join in?
A generation ago 70% of us walked to school, now that figure is less than half. Walking just 20 minutes in the morning is proven to make children healthier and happier as well as refreshed and ready to learn, and walking dramatically reduces congestion around the school pavements and gates.
Thanks to your generosity we have raised £142.20 for the Living Streets campaign.
Your donations help Living Streets run Walk to School campaigns in schools across the UK, getting more children and families happier and healthier through the benefits of walking and improving street safety, pollution congestion and air pollution for everyone.
Did you know Living Streets was responsible for introducing the zebra crossing across the UK?
Thank you to all who came and supported our St George’s Day fundraiser. Delicious cream teas were enjoyed by all in the sunshine and we raised a grand total of £70.00.