We have put together a list of links you may find useful. Please contact the school if you would like to suggest any other community groups or other links you feel would be of interest to parents which we can add.
|Bathnes Community Hub||
If you need help getting food, medicine, housing or other essential items,
if you’re feeling isolated or concerned about physical and mental wellbeing, you can call the Compassionate Communities Hub on 0300 247 0050, 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday
|FOOD (Food On Our Doorstep) Clubs at B&NES Children’s Centres|
|Care for the Family||Care for the family offer lots of tips on coping with the Covid-19 pandemic, talking to your children, tips on managing screen time, ways to make weekends meaningful, tips for single parents and lots of other family support outside of the pandemic.|
|offer support for single parent families|
|Working families - what are your rights in the Covid-19 pandemic, and beyond|
|Find a job centre near you|
Radstock Children Centre and Library - Weekly Friday, 1.30pm-3.30pm
|Bright Start Children’s Centre Services, in partnership with Family Action, Fareshare and Radstock Town Council, are now running weekly FOOD Clubs across Bath and North East Somerset. Three clubs across the area provide local families, with children under the age of 11, a range of affordable food every week. They receive weekly produce from Fareshare who redistribute food from manufacturers to people who need it the most.|
|Bathnes School Nursing Team|
|Early Years and wraparound care||
|Ofsted Government Site||
Parent View gives you the chance to tell us what you think about our school. Parent View asks for your opinion on 12 aspects of the school from the quality of teaching, to dealing with bullying and poor behaviour. Ofsted use this information to support them in making judgments about schools. Do feel free to tell Ofsted all about our great school – they really should know!
For many years Clutton Primary School has been an integral part of the Clutton Bulb Show,organised through Clutton Horticultural Society. Previously, the school has enjoyed welcoming the whole community to enjoy the pupil’s work and exhibits.
We were so delighted to continue this tradition with a Bulb Show Trail. Thank you to everyone who supported the trail.
Children enjoyed lots of activities for Children in Need 2020 - we joined Joe Wicks on (a small part of) his epic 24 exercise challenge, had a Pudsey themed forest school and made some beautiful Pudsey art work across the school.
Our Children in Need donation page is here: https://app.parentpay.com/ParentPayShop/Foc/Default.aspx?shopid=1616 and is open until 7th December 2020
Clutton Primary School children and staff have put together some lovely artwork and writing displays in memory of those who have served for our country. Rainbows, Brownies, Beavers and Cubs proudly wore their uniforms on Wednesday as the whole school joined (in our bubbles) 'to remember them'.
If you are passing the school, please stop to have a look and a read of the lovely work on display.
11th November 2020, Lest we Forget.
in preparation for a bulb show in 2021, the Clutton Horticultural Society have kindly donated each child and teacher at the school a set of bulbs - we look forward to seeing the results in Spring.
Watch this space!
We enjoyed another amazing Bulb Show organised by Clutton Horticultural Society.
The children worked so hard putting together their poems, artwork and flower decorations - the school has never smelt so good!
Thank you to the organisers and everyone who supported the event.
Thank you so much to everyone who supported the Macmillan coffee morning and cake sale last week.
we raised an incredible £223. thank you
In Term 5 and 6, 2019, children form Sycamore class visited residents at Cholwell House.
An inclusive school lives at the heart of its local community.
Some girls from Sycamore class organised a cake sale for Cancer Research.
The sale raised a wopping £135!
Well Done girls!
Thank you to all of those who contributed towards our Comic Relief Red Nose Day. Children learnt about a Syrian refugee’s story in a special assembly.
We raised a total of £109
Parent helpers and staff have been helping all the children make some spectacular decorations, which were hung on the Clutton Primary School tree in the church over the weekend.
The tree can now be seen in the school office.
Thank you to the volunteers who helped create the decorations and to the Cabin Playgroup for organising the event
We welcomed the NSPCC team into school this term to help the children and us be more aware of our safety. Please see the safeguarding page of our website for more details of the assemblies and workshops.
The children attended assemblies and workshops, and at the end of the sessions we held a fund raising event and raised an amazing £311 for the NSPCC.
Thank you all for supporting this event.
See photos below of the fun we all had meeting Buddy and taking part in the workshops.
The classes each put on a performance at St Augustine's church this morning to celebrate the harvest festival.
Food donations were handed to the local food bank
Please see photos below of the perfomances:
The school had a wonderful morning chatting with the wider community over a cup of coffee and a slice of delicious cake - so many cakes to choose from!
We raised a fabulous £123.50 for the Macmillan Charity.
Thank you all for supporting this event