Carl Barton, our PCSO, has passed on the following advice….
“Woodford Halse Primary school will be hoisting their annual cross country event on Wednesday 9th March from 4pm until 5.30pm. The event is county wide and will have around 600 children taking part this year.
“As you can imagine with the number of children attending this event, there have been issues with traffic in the past, mainly due to parents bringing their children to the event and parking their vehicles in the village.
“This year I intend to cone off some roads. The junction of Byfield Road and Scrivens Hill will be coned off.
“The school are expecting 7 coaches which will be parked at the Football Fields.
“Thank you in advance for your patience.”
Don’t forget that the Annual Cross Country event will take place at the school on Wednesday 18th March from 3.45pm – 6.00pm.
Everything will be done to avoid any major disruption but because of the number of people attending the event you will need to allow more travelling time if you are near the area during the event.
The school sends thanks in advance for your understanding and good luck all taking part.
Meeting on School Parking
There will be a meeting at Woodford Halse School in the conference room on Tuesday January 27th at 9.15 to discuss parking along the school route.
Parents are welcome. Councillors, our local PCSO and the highways warden are attending the meeting.
Woodford Halse School is proposing to become part of a multi-academy trust. (See our post : School Academy Plans). As part of their consultation programme a meeting will take place on 18th September at 6:00 at the School.
You can learn more about the plans here: School Consultation Communications.
After their brilliant job of creating the Play Park, the Come & Play team are busy on their next project: getting the swimming pool at the school re-furbished and re-opened.
If you want to keep in touch with the project you can follow them on their facebook page.
And check out this week’s edition of the Daventry Express to see what they had to say about the project.
Woodford Primary School and six others are proposing to form a multi-academy trust. See the story on the Daventry Express web site:
opens in a new windowhttp://www.daventryexpress.co.uk/news/local/seven-village-schools-in-multi-academy-bid-1-5299218
Friends of Woodford Halse School are holding a fund raising summer disco on 19th July, 6:30 to 11:00 p.m, at the Woodford Halse Social Club.
Contacts are the School Office on 265900 or Claire Rose on 07940 554674.
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