We are in the early stages of once again submitting a bid to the National Lottery fund to allow us to build a community centre on Millbrook Primary School's grounds. It would be a village hall that would meet the needs of our families and local community. We would love to hear the kinds of things that would be important to you as a member of that community. Please take a few moments to fill in a short survey:
Your child may be entitled to free school meals if your joint family income is below £16,190 & you are in receipt of one of the following benefits:
Registering for free meals could raise extra money for school, to fund valuable support like extra tuition, additional teaching staff or after school activities. If you think you are entitled please complete the form (see below) or call into the school office.
As part of the Council's Every Child a Coder commitment, we have been working hard with local volunteers to set up Tameside Coder Dojo. It’s a free code club, held once a month and is open to those aged 7 to 17 years old. It will have lots of different fun coding activities going on and plenty of mentors on hand to help.
We hope that some of the children at your school will be interested in this. They don’t have to have any experience at all. They just need to want to learn coding, and bring a laptop and their imagination!
Please help us promote this to parents.
The first CoderDojo will take place on Sunday 9th July 11am-3pm at Active Medlock, Sky High Adventure.
It is free to attend, however, placed are limited. Registration is required. Please read the event details in full before booking.
Under 12s require a parent to attend with them.
Coders (or their parents) can book a place now or find out more: www.tamesidecoderdojo.org.uk
Follow us on Twitter @TamesideDojo
We hope to see some of your curious coders there.
Any queries, please contact email@example.com
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