Parents' Forum

 

We now have a stop smoking drop in here at Lark Hill School every Wednesday morning from 8:45AM - 10:00 AM  no appointment

 

 

We understand that quitting smoking is about more than

Just giving up cigarettes so we’d like to offer you something different...

 

 Choose your own package of support to help kick start your healthier lifestyle!

 

  • One to one support and advice

  • Access to health and social activities at the Cornerstone to distract from those cravings and overcome those weight gain worries. 

For more information either leave your details at

School reception or contact:

 Mark on 0161 212 4409 or

Mark.wynn@langworthycornerstone.co.uk

 

 

The AQA Unit Award Scheme

Please click on the internet link below for more details.

 

How the Unit Award Scheme (UAS) helps your learners

  • Rewards students for short units of work.

  • Provides the building blocks of a broad and balanced alternative curriculum.

  • Supports, motivates and gives a positive experience of learning.

  • Can be used as a stepping stone to other awards and or qualifications.

  • Can help improve life chances.

  • Provides clear short or long term accreditation pathways to meet individual student’s needs.

    The AQA Unit Award Scheme is invaluable as it is an important pathway for our students to receive accreditation for their achievements. It provides a wide range of units which are differentiated, making accreditation accessible to all pupils regardless of their ability. Furthermore, through allowing amendments and writing our own units, we are able to expand and customise units to our pupil's individual learning interests and needs.

     

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Community Hub Timetable. April - July 2017

Day

Morning Session

Afternoon session

Monday

 

  • 9.30am – 11.30am Garden/Allotment club for adults
  • 9.30 am – 10.30am Parenting workshop
  • 9.45 – 11.00 am Volunteers reading in school

 

  • 12.00 – 1.00pm garden club for children
  • 2.00pm – 3.00pm Parenting workshop

Tuesday

 

  • Parent volunteers weekly meeting 9.00am – 9.00.45am
  • 9.45am – 11.00am volunteers reading in school
  • 10.00am- 10.45am SEN garden club

 

  • 12.00 – 1.00pm Garden club for children
  • 1.30pm – 3.00pm AQA Year 5 children

Wednesday

 

  • 9.30am – 11.30am Garden club for adults
  • 9.45am – 10.45 am SEN garden club
  • 9.45am – 11.00am volunteers reading in school

 

  • 12.00pm – 1.00pm Garden club for children
  • 1.30pm – 3.00pm AQA Year 5
  • 1.00pm – 3.00pm START Group (May)

Thursday

 

  • 9.30 am – 12.00pm AQA year 6 children
  • 1.30pm – 3.00pm AQA Year 6 children

Friday

 

  • 9.30am – 11.30 am Garden Allotment – adults
  • 9.30 am – 12.00pm AQA Year 6 children

 

  • 1.30pm – 3.00pm Hub Club
  • 1.30pm – 3.00pm AQA year 6 children

 

 

Planting trees in the Community

 

Parent volunteers supporting 'Planting Trees' within our local community.

Volunteers wanted to help in the school garden and allotments!

Good Food on the Menu at Lark Hill School, Salford

Nutritious food is on the menu as part of Lark Hill Primary School’s community food growing project.

Newground Together, a member of the Together Housing Group, has granted the Pendleton school £17,971 to help their Parent Forum’s Wellbeing programme.

The funding will help pay for Support Worker Harry Melody and provide finance for plants and materials for the allotments.

The schools raised beds will be used to grow food, which can be used in the school to promote healthy eating.

Children and parents will be able to create new beds using recycled and salvaged materials, in and out of school hours.

The school has excellent links with other local agencies, and a casual conversation over the allotment can result in a family being signposted to much needed sources of support.

Wendy Hughes, the school’s Community Manager, said the new funding will help the school expand its horticultural programme even further.

 

 

She said: “The school plays a pivotal part in the community and this new funding will help us introduce children to creating healthy meals from nutritious ingredients.

“Many of our children live in high rise blocks and don’t have access to green spaces so we’re hoping to teach them skills so they can grow their own produce at home in vegetable tubs.

“And the support worker will engage with the wider community as we’ll be offering training for volunteers.”

Harry Melody, the support worker, said: “It’s a very exciting opportunity. Before I got involved with the forum, I was a lone parent and just sat around twiddling my thumbs.

“Now I have a real purpose and I’ve got big plans. And the kids are really excited as well. They’re signing up to a gardening club and getting involved with other projects in the gardens including the Farm to Fork Project with Tesco.

“It’s a really exciting for the school and we’re really thankful to get the funding.”

Peter Jordan, Newground Together’s Executive Director, added: “The parents’ forum are clearly keen to improve the life chances of the children and families associated with the school. Our Trustees were impressed with their application and are glad to support this project.”

Coffee Mornings

Lark Hill Community School 'Parents' Forum' would like to invite parents/carers to come along and join them for Coffee Mornings.

Coffee Mornings take place every Friday from 9.15am - 11.30am.

Everybody is welcome, come down and enjoy a drink, get to know the members of the Parents' Forum and meet other parents!