Beam – Saturday 13th April ; Easter Opening details

Good afternoon

Please find attached a flyer regarding Beam Drop-In’s over the Easter holidays.

We will be open as follows over Easter:

OPEN Monday 15th April & Tuesday 16th April @ Beam in Wellington (12-7pm)

OPEN Wednesday 17th April @ Ludlow Youth Centre (3.30pm-7pm)

OPEN Thursday 18th April @ Palmer’s Shrewsbury (2-7pm)

CLOSED Saturday 20th April (11am-4pm)

CLOSED Monday 22nd April

OPEN Tuesday 23rd April @ Beam Wellington (12-7pm)

OPEN Thursday 25th April @ Palmer’s Shrewsbury (2-7pm)

OPEN Saturday 27th April @ Beam Wellington (11am-4pm)

Workshops

We are in the process of putting together our next workshop calendar – this will be sent out asap.

Kind regards

Gemma Holland

Clinical Lead & Senior Therapist

Beam Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin

The Children’s Society

9 Market Square

Wellington

Telford

Shropshire

TF1 1BP

@childrensociety

facebook.com/childrenssociety

childrenssociety.org.uk

BEAM LEAFLET v5.1 April 2019.pdf

LUDLOW BEAM LEAFLET V1.1 April 2019.pdf

13.4.19 closed.pdf

easter 2019.pdf

Summer Term Letter and Dates

End Of term letter and dates

Monday 29th April, Return from Easter Holidays.

Monday 29th April, Year 6 Swimming Starts (Group A).

Monday 6th May, May Bank Holiday.

Friday 10th May, Mindful Minute- all pupils will be learning all about mindfulness.

Monday 13th May – Thursday 16th May Year 6 SATs.

Thursday 23rd May, Class Group Photos

Friday 24th May, Break up for Half Term – Monday 3rd June, Return to school.

Monday 10th June, Year 6 ‘STAR’ – Drug and Awareness programme.

Friday 28th June SPORTS DAY Starts at 1pm – 2pm (More details nearer the time) (reserve date 5th July).

Monday 1st July until end of term: Arts Weeks (More details nearer the time).

Thursday 4th July, Year 6 Leavers’ visit to church and Communion.

Monday 8th and Tuesday 9th, Transfer Days July (Secondary days might vary).

Friday 12th July, French language day.

Friday 19th July, Break up for Summer.

Tuesday 3rd September, Return to school

Dates for 2019- 2020 are on the website (essential information). Christmas starts Friday 20th December!

Summer Term Letter and Dates.docx

Vision Consultation

Thank you for all your comments on our Vision.

We are now consulting with the children, however, you still have chance to let us know what you think. Please come in and speak to Mr Fox or Mrs Bailey.

Our School Vision

Our school is a community where everyone is valued as a child of God and welcomed into a caring, friendly and safe Church of England school family. Through the inspiration of the life and teachings of Jesus we will be guided in all that we are and do so that all of us can flourish and aspire to reach our full God-given potential.

Our core values

friendship

hope

perseverance

justice

trust

fellowship

peace

humility

wisdom

service

compassion

creativity

tolerance

Our Motto

The ones who plant and the ones who water work together as a team with the same purpose.”

1 Corinthians 3:8

We believe that with God’s help when we all work as a TEAM – Together Everyone Achieves More.

Our Mission (INTENT)

At Donnington Wood CE Junior School we will

  • put the safety of everyone as a priority so we can work in trust and peace.
  • encourage everyone to understand the true meaning of friendship, fellowship and community by acting with humility, compassion and in service to each other.
  • be inclusive so everyone is valued and respected and where tolerance and diversity are celebrated.
  • seek out every opportunity to ensure that all of us flourish in all that we do, developing wisdom and creativity, through an ambitious and broad curriculum that challenges expectations, deepens knowledge and develops skills.
  • empower pupils and adults to develop hope and perseverance, so that they are able to engage/explore the challenges of school and the wider world.
  • nurture the spiritual development of our school fellowship, develop tolerance of other faiths, beliefs and cultures and build religious literacy through collective worship of God and teaching of RE
  • champion our values to equip our children ready for their future as respectful individuals, life-long learners and active citizens in society (justice).

This Vision and Mission will be evident in all we do, from the way we work together to the attitudes to life you will see us show.