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Summer Reading Challenge with Dudley Library Service

Get ready for the Mythical Maze

The Summer Reading Challenge which is organised by the Reading Agency, takes place in libraries across the UK and is the largest UK reading promotion for young people aged four to eleven. 

Every year has a special theme and the theme for 2014 is Mythical Maze. The challenge involves reading six books over the summer holidays, collecting rewards along the way and earning an extra special gift on completion of the challenge.

There are also themed activities throughout the summer holidays. Ask at your library for further details or click on the link below!!

http://www.dudley.gov.uk/resident/libraries-archives/libraries/children-and-young-people/summer-reading-challenge/

 

Health Travel News from the Department of Healh

 

School closes:- Friday 18th July 3.15pm

School opens:- Tuesday 2nd September 8.50am

 

 

Please make sure that your child has the correct PE kit in school each day - Thank you!

 

 

 

Blanford Mere Primary School
Blanford Mere Estate
Mimosa Walk
Kingswinford
West Midlands
DY6 7EA

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Tel: 01384 81 8365
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Our School Aims

Our aims are ...

To provide each child with a broad and balanced curriculum so they acquire skills, knowledge and positive attitudes appropriate to their individual needs and ability, regardless of race or gender.

To teach all areas of the National Curriculum in an exciting and stimulating way.

To encourage children to be self disciplined, free thinking and to become good citizens.

To provide an environment which is safe, caring, lively and stimulating.

To encourage high standards of achievement, presentation and social behaviour.

To stress we are all part of a community which is working together and to enable everyone to feel a valued member of that community.

To foster respect for others irrespective of race, culture, religion, gender or status.

To instill respect for spiritual and moral values of all races and cultures.

To offer opportunities for children to be involved in extra curricular activities, eg. sports, music, art and educational visits.

To foster good relationships with parents so that they feel that the education of their children is a partnership between home and school.

To encourage all staff to develop and use their personal and professional skills.

To foster within the school a happy and caring community with involvement and commitment from teachers, children, parents and all support staff.

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