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Reverse Advent Calendar

Reverse Advent Calendar

It’s estimated that about 120,000 extra children will be homeless this Christmas, due to unaffordable rents and cuts to housing benefits. Most housing benefit claimants are actually in low paid work , but nurses and even the police are amongst that number.

So, if you can contribute any of the following it would be most welcome:

  • Sanitary products, including sanitary towels/tampons, nappies and wetwipes.
  • Washing powder/liquid/soaps and cleaning products.
  • Tinned goods and non perishable foodstuffs.
  • Oxo, gravy granules etc.
  • Cereals – porridge is a good and cost effective choice.
  • Petfood – people suddenly struggling might still have pets to care for.
  • Small gifts

[it is Christmas!]

or chocolates/sweets/biscuits. Jam/peanut butter or nutella.  And even clothes – if they’re in a good state of repair.

Thank you so much for your support with this. Last year, the local food bank was able to make an extra 40 parcels with your donations. I’m sure anything we can give will be appreciated by a family in crisis.

Aldi’s Kit for Schools

Aldi’s Kit for Schools

Posters arrived in schools 2–3 September 2019. If you have any questions, or can’t find your poster, please check out our FAQs.

Taking part

Collect, explore and win with Aldi’s Kit for Schools!

1. Collect. All eligible schools have been sent a sticker poster, addressed to the head, or the teacher who pre-ordered your pack. Check your school reception to find the poster and ask your school community to pick up their Team GB sticker whenever they spend £30 in any Aldi store.

2. Explore. Use the campaign to boost healthy habits at school and at home. Try out each poster’s challenges and explore our Get Stuck In resources.

3. Win. Complete the poster with 300 Team GB stickers to receive an exclusive school sports kit and the chance to win one of 20 prizes of £20,000 to build a health legacy at your school.

Who can enter?

The promotion is open 6 September 2019 to 3 November 2019 to primary schools in England, Scotland and Wales. Send your completed poster by 18 November 2019 to enter.

50 Things To Do This Summer

Summer holidays are long. Often boring. This little book will hopefully give you a few ideas that you can use over the holidays to keep your mind active and even learn some new things. Why not try them out? What’s the worst that can happen?? Don’t worry – there’s ideas galore in here. Some involve some technology, some involve reading, some involve actually getting out of your chair,
but… if you try at least one of these, you’ll be better for it and you’ll learn something new!

Enjoy!

Exams 2018

 

The 2018 exam timetable is now underway at Breckenbrough.

During this time we try to keep visitors to a minimum and your help and understanding with this is very much appreciated.

School Closure

Owing to the extreme weather conditions the decision has been made to close the school to all students and staff, as of lunch time on Thursday 1st March 2018. Read more

Outstanding Residential Ofsted report

“The staff in this school work as one united team. Consequently, the delivery of the 24-hour curriculum is seamless. The students benefit tremendously from all of the staff spending quality time with them in the school and in the residential setting. Staff spending quality time with the students ensures that the staff team has an all round understanding of each student’s social and academic needs. This strengthens the student-and-staff relationships, and continually reinforces social and academic learning.”

Ofsted Residential Inspection report – November 2017