Last month we collected food for our local Foodbank at Trinity Church in Smethwick. The photograph shows Reverend Nick Ross from Trinity and his colleague receiving our donations. Our families and staff were extremely generous, donating a whopping 140kg in total (approximately the same weight as a male panda)! Thank you to everyone who contributed.
Reporting a child at risk of harm
If you are concerned about a child, report it.
To raise a concern about a child you can:
- Call Sandwell Children’s Trust on 0121 569 3100 or go to https://www.sandwellchildrenstrust.org/report-child-risk/ for further information
- Email our school safeguarding leads via email@example.com
If a child is in immediate danger, you must contact the police by calling 999
You can report online abuse or grooming to the CEOP (Child, Exploitation and Online Protection Command) here
Today, children and staff at SHP have been enjoying ‘Performer Day’. The day began with an assembly with performances by Mesma (Mrs Hardy’s duo), a Steps tribute (starring Mrs O’Connor, Mrs Smith, Miss Trinder, Mr Johnson and Mr Poulton) and Freddie Mercury with Montserrat Caballe (Mrs Chesney-Ly and Miss Prince). Here is a link to […]
We are delighted to report that the changes made to PE have had a huge impact on learning and behaviour. Children now come into school in their PE kit which means that PE time is spent developing skills and knowledge rather than getting changed! Thank you to our families for their support with this change. […]
Last week, our new Science Leaders met SHP’s Science Super Hero, Kimical! Kimical’s job is to help the children to destroy the Deanamites: the science misconceptions that can affect our learning. Kimical presented the Science Leaders with their lab coats and Mrs Stringer asked the Science Leaders how Science can be improved even further at […]