Our News items
Supporting Children's Mental Health, by Khunkhuna
Date: 6th Feb 2020 @ 8:57pm
Coronavirus information, by Khunkhuna
Date: 6th Feb 2020 @ 11:31am
The following advice for parents / guardians has been received from the Department for Education:- you should not be unduly worried about the possibility of your child catching the Coronavirus. There is no reason why your children should not continue to attend their early years, school or further education setting as normal.
We recognise that some families or children may be planning to travel during the forthcoming half term period.
If so, please refer to the FCO's latest travel advice:
Australia Bushfires, by Mr Jeffries
Date: 13th Jan 2020 @ 4:38pm
Please see the letter regarding our Australia Day this Friday 17th January to raise some funds to support all affected.
Date: 25th Oct 2019 @ 5:06pm
Thank you to all of you who have helped us complete the sticker chart!
We have completed the poster with 300 stickers we hope to be receiving an exclusive sports kit and to be in with a chance to win £20,000 for a school health legacy.
Lets keep our fingers crossed.
Newsletter 4th October 2019, by Mr Jeffries
Date: 3rd Oct 2019 @ 10:15am
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Mental Health Day 2019, by Mr Jeffries
Date: 26th Sep 2019 @ 9:47am
Mental Health Day - Thursday 10th October 2019
The school will be raising funds for the Young Minds charity by dressing in Yellow for the day on Thursday 10th October.
We are hoping that everyone can bring in £1 to donate to the charity.
The children will be taking part in activities to raise awareness of mental health in young people throughout the day.
Let's hope we have a very YELLOW day!
Newsletter 12th July 2019, by Mr Jeffries
Date: 25th Jul 2019 @ 9:36am
Newsletter 17th May 2019, by Mr Jeffries
Date: 17th May 2019 @ 9:54am
Latest Newsletter - 17th May 2019
Consultation for Hackwood Primary Academy , by Khunkhuna
Date: 9th May 2019 @ 12:47pm
Funding Agreement Consultation for Hackwood Primary Academy between The Secretary of State and The Harmony Trust.
The Harmony Trust is currently consulting on a proposal for the newly established Hackwood Farm free school, located in Mickleover in the north of Derby to enter into a funding agreement with the Secretary of State for it to open and join The Harmony Trust. This needs to be agreed before the school can open.
By law, The Harmony Trust must consult with and inform key stakeholders and the local community about its proposal, in line with Section 10 of the Academies Act 2010. This statutory consultation helps raise awareness of the Trust’s proposal and also seeks to obtain and build on feedback and suggestions it receives through the consultation process from other local schools, Derby City Council, members of the public and in particular, local residents.
Any comments, questions or feedback from the consultation should be forwarded to Jane Green at JGreen01@TheHarmonyTrust.org The Harmony Trust will then report and present its findings and conclusions from the consultation to those that have responded, to the local community and to the Department for Education.
Friends of Village Primary Academy, by Mr Jeffries
Date: 4th Apr 2019 @ 9:30am
Initial Meeting - Wednesday 10th April: 2pm (Meet at Reception)
Would you like to help the school to create stronger links with our community? Would you enjoy working in a team to create exciting events for the children and adults here at Village?
We are holding a very informal meeting on Wednesday 10th April a 2pm for all parents/ carers/ grandparents who are interested in helping us to organise events for the school and wider community, both fund raising and social.
We really need your help, support and expertise with this and hope that many of you can come along to find out a little more.
We look forward to seeing you at 2pm on Wednesday 10th April.
The Great Fire of London (Here at Village!), by Mr Jeffries
Date: 4th Apr 2019 @ 12:11pm
Learning in Year 2 was 'ON FIRE' today!
Children in our Year 2 classes have been learning about the Great Fire of London recently and today they have had an experience to remember!
The children had created some houses based on those that would have been found in medieval City of London in 1666.
Those houses were lined up in a mini street and then a fire was started! (All the children were at a safe distance away and we even had a fire extinguisher on hand!)
We could all see how quickly the fire spread and how it was helped by the winds.
Remember to download the App, by Mr Jeffries
Date: 22nd Mar 2019 @ 4:16pm
Remember to download the school App to make communication from school even better!
The ‘School Spider’ is a communication platform / App for parents. It allows you to receive important information directly from the school quickly and easily.
Just search for 'School Spider' on your appstore and once downloaded, select Village Primary Academy.
You will receive your individual logins via email. If you have not provided us with an email address for you, please contact the school ASAP to do this.
You can watch this YouTube tutorial on the app for more information https://youtu.be/jPmH-CEhLcg
Newsletter 22nd March 2019, by Mr Jeffries
Date: 22nd Mar 2019 @ 4:19pm
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Exciting News! Welcome to our new website., by Khunkhuna
Date: 13th Mar 2019 @ 11:26am
Welcome to our new website.
We have been working extremely hard over the past few months to ensure we have an up to date website.
The website offers you essential information regarding the Academy and will keep you up to date with dates/events/holidays/inset days/policies/school closures/news/galleries etc.
Please feel free to contact us if you have any suggestions or questions regarding the website.