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School Lunch Menu Update June 2021

School Lunch Menu Update June 2021 School Lunch Menu Update: Please see below & attached the new 3-week menus which will begin after half term, starting with the Week 2 menu. Thank You School Lunch Menu Update June 2021​

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Parent Governor Election

Parent Governor Election Dear Parent/Carer I would like to take this opportunity to inform you that Newman School has a vacancy on the governing body for a parent representative.  If you are interested in standing for election for this position you are invited to submit your nomination on the form attached below, which should be

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Mental Health Awareness Week

Mental Health Awareness Week This week is Mental Health Awareness Week. The Mental Health Foundation are encouraging us to explore and use Nature to support our mental health. Connecting with nature is not just about the amount of time we spend outdoors; it is also about building a relationship with nature by noticing and becoming

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Rotherham Community Energy Support

Rotherham Community Energy Support Rotherham Council has been helping members of the community with energy queries for 8 weeks now. A significant number of parents with children on free school meals/those who received extra support home schooling have come forward and shown interest in our support. The Lockdown has hit families across the borough very

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RSE Consultation

RSE Consultation Parents and Carers, As part of your child’s education at Newman School, we offer a PSHE curriculum. PSHE education is the curriculum area that gives young people the knowledge, understanding, attitudes and practical skills to live safe, healthy, productive lives and meet their full potential. I am writing to let you know that,

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Councillors to consider “transformative” new facility at Dinnington Campus site

Councillors to consider “transformative” new facility at Dinnington Campus site Rotherham Council’s Cabinet is to consider transformative proposals to improve the education and life chances for hundreds of children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) in the borough. Working in collaboration with the RNN Group, if approved, the plans would see

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