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UN CHILD RIGHT ARTICLE OF THE MONTH: ARTICLE 1 All children have rights!
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Thorneyholme Roman Catholic Primary School

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Headteacher's Welcome

I wanted to take the earliest opportunity to write to you as the new Acting Headteacher of Thorneyholme School. I know that having a new Headteacher is a big change for a school, so I am eager to take every opportunity to meet and get to know as many of the children, parents, staff and governors over the next few weeks. 
It is extremely important for me to provide a smooth transition for the children, as their needs are always paramount in the life and decision making within a school. It is my aim to build on the secure foundations and current achievements of Thorneyholme: we will continue to create a caring Christian community with exciting, creative and meaningful learning experiences, whereby the children will thrive and meet their full potential. Nurturing children’s faith will continue to be at the central part of the school’s mission and this will be reflected in all aspects of school life.
I have already spoken with many of you this week however, I would like to invite you to an assembly on Friday 14th September at 2.50pm. I would also like to use this opportunity to find out how you think we can build stronger links and partnerships with yourselves and within the community.
In the meantime, please do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any queries or concerns.


E M Seedall
Headteacher                                                                                                      

Year 6 Pupil's Welcome

We welcome you to our website and we wish to share with you all the fantastic things we do here at Thorneyholme School! We love our school, it is the best! 

 

At Thorneyholme, all the teachers try their best to give all the pupils exciting and excellent lessons.  Pupils make lots of different crafts in Design Technology, we often learn how to play instruments and we learn to speak French.  We are lucky to go on many school trips.

 

We learn about the UN Child Rights and we show respect to each other in school.  Our School Parliament makes sure that we have everything we want.

 

We love Forest Schools, where we learn and have freedom at the same time - building dens, cooking on open fires and fun games are some of the things we do!

 

Christmas time is always special, we sing at our local Residential Home, Santa visits us with presents and the best part is our fabulous school nativity.

 

There are lots of school clubs we can join, like the STEM club, Polish club, Sports Club and gardening club.

 

We would love you to come and visit our school!

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