Welcome

Welcome

If you are new to our school we hope you enjoy visiting the website and find the information you are looking for and, in future, that we have the pleasure of welcoming you in person. We organise school tours for prospective parents throughout the year - please contact us if you would like to know more about life at Chase Bridge. Click here for an introductory message from our Headteacher, Andrew King.

Chase Bridge first opened as a Primary School in 1953. Today we are a three form entry Community Primary School with about 570 pupils and an attached nursery. Once we are fully three form throughout the school we will have around 680 pupils.  In recent years the school has undergone a programme of expansion and refurbishment to allow us to accommodate the additional classes- children, staff and parents are all very proud of our 'new' school!

At Chase Bridge we set high standards of work and behaviour. We expect all members of the school community – children, staff, parents and governors – to work together to maintain these standards and for children to work purposefully towards achieving their best at all times.

 

EventStart timeEnd time
NO CLUBS THIS WEEK23/03/2015 27/03/2015
Nursery Easter show27/03/2015 10:3027/03/2015 11:00
Nursery Easter show27/03/2015 13:0027/03/2015 13:30
END OF TERM - School closes at 2.00pm27/03/2015 14:0027/03/2015 14:30

Red Noses and Funny Faces!!

The children all had fun wearing red noses today to raise money for Comic Relief.  At the time of writing, we have raised £482 from funny faces today and £725 from the sale of red noses over the last few weeks - thank you and well done everyone!  Classes have also been involved in their individual fund raisers - more about that in a future newsletter no doubt - of particular interest is how 5S managed to stay silent for over 3 hours this morning??

As always the last two weeks have been very busy: we hosted our 7th international rugby competition winning the bronze medal (look at the newsletter 'special' for more information); hosted a meeting for the local community about the rugby world cup in September (more about that in the newsletter); and the nursery have looked after some eggs....that hatched into chicks!

It was good to be able to speak to so many parents at the parent teacher consultations this week.  I hope you found them useful and a good opportunity to talk to your child's class teacher about how your child is progressing academically, socially and emotionally.  Thank you very much to our year 6 'runners' who, as always do such a good job with helping us all keep to time on the evening.

This week's newsletter.