We will be celebrating odd socks day on Thursday 16th November. Children can come to school in odd socks to emphasis that we are all different but equal. Children will also be learning about what bullying means,the importance of being kind to each other and what to do if they think they are being bullied. Parents and carers can find out more about anti-bullying week here.
Anti-Bullying Week is coordinated by the Anti-Bullying Alliance and takes place this year from 13th – 17th November and is supported by SafeToNet.
A message from your new Headteacher
I am delighted to be your new Headteacher at Speedwell Infant School and look forward to getting to know you and your children over the coming weeks. It was lovely to meet some of you at my ‘Meet the new Headteacher coffee morning/afternoons’. If you didn’t get chance to pop in, but would like to see me, I am at the school entrance most mornings and look forward to saying hello.
Mrs Jane Moore
Information from Derbyshire County Council for parents/carers of pre-school children.
Help your child stay safe on social networks, apps and games
Ever wondered how old children should be to play certain apps and games?’ Stay up to date and keep your children safe in today’s digital world.
In light of the outcome of a recent high profile court case, the school’s current stance on term-time holidays is detailed here.
Have fun learning everywhere, Try your best and you will see, You can be what you want to be!
Our Mission Statement
Our aim is to provide a safe, secure and caring environment where each child feels they can contribute, where they feel they belong, and can be proud of themselves and their school. The school community working together will provide all children with a varied, stimulating and challenging environment and curriculum to ensure that each child reaches their full potential. If you feel you would like to know more or would wish to visit us and see the school for yourself, please do not hesitate to contact me. Jane Moore (Headteacher)