Developing the Forest School Area by creating a wildlife pond, fire-pit, woodland area, wildflower meadows and outdoor shelter/hide is a large project that will improve the biodiversity of our outdoor areas, whilst providing exciting learning opportunities for all of our pupils from Pre-School through to Year 6. To build on the success of our Learning Outside The Classroom award, we are aiming to raise £10,000 to improve the biodiversity of our outdoor areas by developing the Forest School Area. Please click on this link for further details of how you can help us to reach our school fundraising target. We have made ( and are continuing to make) applications to grant making bodies for assistance with funding this project. We are delighted to have been awarded funding from Greggs Foundation and Tesco Bags of Help scheme. We are delighted to have recently been awarded £10,000 by The Helen Rachael Mackaness Charitable Trust.
The PTFA are aiming to raise around £10,000 to buy a class set of i-Pads. Please support as many of their events as you can, they are always fun and what a great combination that is..... having fun whilst raising funds!
On a larger scale, we are currently equipping our new classrooms and we would like to eventually build a 'MUGA' (Multi Use Games Area).
We'd love to hear what you think we need.
Do you have any suggestions or ideas for fundraising events? If you do, please drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and share your ideas with us. The PTFA is always ready to welcome you.
Please see below for details of how you can help us without it costing you a penny. All you need to do is sign up using the link below and do all of your future online purchases via easyfundraising.org.uk. You'll be amazed how much you can help for little or no effort and certainly for no cost! Please sign up and start helping us today. Thank you. https://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/chaddesleycorbetteps/?t=PTA-UK-lo
Chaddesley Corbett Endowed Primary School is committed to Safeguarding and promoting the wellbeing of children and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Ofsted March 2015
‘The leadership and management of the early years is good and children achieve well'.
‘The newly appointed headteacher is determined to ensure that the school becomes the best it can be. She is ably supported by the deputy headteacher.’
‘The school promotes pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development well.’
‘The school provides a safe environment and pupils feel safe.’
‘Parents, staff and pupils have all commented on the positive ethos within the school that the headteacher and senior leaders have created.’