Category Archives: School News

THANK YOU!

Thank you for supporting our recent fundraising event with the NSPCC. By learning and sharing Tongue Twisters the children of Millfields First School have raised £1,073.75 – Well Done and Thank you to you all. https://www.nspcc.org.uk  

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Summer Reading Challenge 2017

The Summer Reading Challenge launches this weekend at all public libraries in Worcestershire. The scheme is a national initiative aimed at 4-12 year olds. It is designed to improve children’s literacy, promote the concept of ‘reading for pleasure’ and retain …

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After School Club telephone number

After School Club’s telephone number  07562617445 Please note: after school hours, the school landline number will divert to After School Club

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Arts Mark Gold

Here at Millfields First School we value the arts very highly. When you come into school next please look at the children’s art work in the corridor’s and classrooms, it is of a very good standard. We have a visiting …

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Pupil Premium funding and School Trips

Each year the school receives additional money from the Government called a ‘pupil premium’ which is allocated to us on the basis of the number of children who are entitled to or have been entitled to ‘free school meals’ (FSM). …

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Parking

We would like to request parents help and support when dropping off and collecting their children from school. Please can parents not Park across a persons drive preventing them from leaving or entering their property. Park on a corner or …

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Millfields First School – Curriculum Aims

In September 2014, a new National Curriculum was introduced. We have worked hard to introduce the new curriculum; this has been done in such a way as to continue to develop the skills and approach that we feel is important …

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