Newsletter 13th May 2022

Newsletter 6th May 2022

Parent Governor Election – May 2022

Torridon Primary will shortly have a vacancy for a parent governor. Are YOU the parent or carer who might fill it?

Please click on the links below to find out more.

 

Being A Parent Governor

Parent Governor Election May 2022

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Torridon Primary Sport News April 2022

We are currently advertising for a Premises Assistant to join our team through the Kickstart initiative.  Kickstart is an employment scheme for 16-24 year olds who are eligible for Universal Credit. Training is also offered with the scheme.

If you are interested in finding out more about the role, please contact Jennifer Stephenson (School Business Manager) on 02086972762 or jstephenson@torridonprimary.lewisham.sch.uk.

Tuesday 19th and Wednesday 20th October

Individual parent and carer meetings with class teachers

Friday 22nd October

INSET DAY

 

Friday 22nd October

Lewisham Borough of Culture

‘Little Amal – The Walk’ event

Monday 24th October to Friday 29th October

HALF TERM HOLIDAY

Monday 1st November

BACK TO SCHOOL

 

Thursday 4th November (TBC)

Divali

Friday 5th November

Soundabout Music Workshops for Reception and Resource Base

Friday 12th November

Children in Need

Friday 3rd December

INSET DAY

Friday 17th December

Last day of autumn term

Monday 20th December to Monday 3rd January

CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY

Tuesday 4th January

BACK TO SCHOOL

It’s called Radio 2’s Big Bee Challenge – a brand new project, which will encourage our listeners to help create a better environment to support our bees and other pollinating insects. It is part of the Radio 2 Breakfast Show, along with RHS

Around the UK, bees and other insects are in decline – with some in danger of extinction. That’s why we’re asking our younger listeners to get involved by designing their very own bee-friendly garden that will attract our precious little pollinators. The winning design will then be built at an NHS Trust site, which is used, by children and young people with mental health needs. How un-bee-lievable is that!

Children aged between 6 and 12 years old can enter this new competition, by designing a garden that bees, and the patients, families and staff of the NHS Trust, will love. Let your imaginations run wild, we can wait to see what you come up with! The winner will not only see their garden built and buzzing with bees at our special opening party this August, live on Radio 2 but they’ll also take home an illustration of their design and a box of goodies.

All the information you need to enter the competition is here on the BBC Radio 2 website. And if you need some inspiration to get started, learn more about what our bees need here and the RHS Campaign for School Gardening has some more fun activities and ideas to help too!