Please see attached document confirming the new 20mph zone around school
The council will be adding new signs to confirm the reduced speed limit to the roads over the summer
15th July 2016
Another academic year has flown by and it’s time once again for the summer holidays.
There have been many highlights this week but an outstanding leavers’ assembly from our Y6 pupils was received with tears of both laughter and sadness. “I’m a Y6, Get me Out of Here”, written and performed by the pupils, was creative, original, moving and fun. Well done to everyone involved. It is with real pride that we send our Year 6 children off to their respective high schools equipped with the all the skills they need for their next big step in life. Good luck and goodbye to all our leavers.
The weather defeated our second attempt at a KS2 sports day but the staff have ensured that children have been outside and active in between the showers this week.
I hope you were able to attend the ‘Arts Review’ on Thursday or Friday this week. Every pupil made a contribution to the performance, which showcased our work in art, dance, music and drama.
Today is the last pupil day of the academic year and school opens to pupils again on TUESDAY 6TH SEPTEMBER. That is the day that the ‘Tour of Britain’ cycle race comes through Middlewich and we will be walking the KS2 pupils down to the grounds of St Michael’s Church to see the event.
Have a lovely, long, safe summer holiday.
Mrs AJ Booth
Cledford Primary School Progress Data 2015 - End of Key Stage 2
The national expectation is that pupils will make 2 levels of progress between KS1 and KS2.
July 2015 Results
|Levels of Progress||Rdg +2||Rdg +3||Wrtg +2||Wrtg +3||Maths +2||Maths +3|
You will see that Cledford Primary School has exceeded both County and National
figures in almost ALL subjects