The Edge Schools’ Federation

Monday 24th February 

All pupils to return 9 am Tuesday 25th February for the 2nd half of the Spring term, from what we hope has been a restful half term break. 

Please note the change of date for the PTA Meeting 

Spring 2


24th - PD DAY 

25th - Return To School (Spring 2)

29th - PTA TRI Tournament


4th - World Book Day 

5th - PTA Meeting 7:00 pm

6th - Bag2School collection

10th - WBS Football League 4.15 pm 

11th - KS 2 SATS Information Evening 3:30 pm 

17th - WBS Football League 4.15 pm 

18th - Mothers Day Lunch (1)

24th - WBS Football League WBS 4.15 pm

25th - Mothers Day Lunch (2)

31st -  Easter Service Hughley 2 pm 


2nd - Easter Disco 

3rd - KS2 Cressage Cup

6th - 17th - Easter Holidays 

20th - Return To School (Summer 1) 

23rd - PTA Meeting 3:30 pm 


Friday 8th - Early Spring Bank Holiday

25th - 29th - Half Term 


1st - Return To School (Summer 2) 

3rd - PTA Meeting 7:00 pm 

17th - Fathers Day Lunch 


10th - Sports afternoon

Friday 17th - PD DAY 

Break for Summer Holidays 

Week Commencing 24/02/2020

Week 2 on the NEW menu

Menu Change 

Tuesday 25th: Bolognaise or Lasagne 

Thursday 27th: Chicken Dunkers 

Click on the following link to download the new school menu 

School Menu 

£2.40 per day /£12 per week

Commencing 24th February 2020 we will no longer be returning change for dinner money payment. Instead, the amount will be carried forward on your child's account to the following week and so on. We are also politely requesting that as from 24/02/2020 all dinner money is given in at the school office in a sealed envelope marked clearly dinner money, your child's name and the amount enclosed. An E-Receipt will be issued by email. 

Lunch money can be paid weekly, monthly, half-termly or termly.

Cash and Cheque Payments 

With effect from Monday 24th February 2020, it is politely requested that ALL cash and cheque payments made to the school for trips, visits, and dinner monies are handed in directly to the school office. Please click on this link for a copy of the letter explaining our policy in full

Scarlet Fever

We would like to make you aware that a small number of children have been diagnosed with scarlet fever. Although scarlet fever is usually a mild illness, it should be treated with antibiotics to minimise the risk of complications and reduce the spread to others.
The symptoms of scarlet fever include a sore throat, headache, fever, nausea, and vomiting. This is followed by a fine red rash that typically first appears on the chest and stomach, rapidly spreading to other parts of the body. On more darkly- pigmented skin, the scarlet rash may be harder to spot, but it should feel like 'sandpaper'. The face can be flushed red but pale around the mouth.

If you think you, or your child, have scarlet fever:
• see your GP or contact NHS 111 as soon as possible
• make sure that you/your child takes the full course of any antibiotics
• prescribed by the doctor.
• stay at home, away from nursery, school or work for at least 24 hours after starting the
antibiotic treatment, to avoid spreading the infection.

Children who have had chickenpox recently are more likely to develop a more serious infection during an outbreak of scarlet fever and so parents should remain vigilant for symptoms such as persistent high fever, cellulitis (skin infection) and arthritis (joint pain and swelling). If you are concerned for any reason please seek medical assistance immediately. If your child has an underlying condition that affects their immune system, you should contact your GP or hospital doctor to discuss whether any additional measures are needed. You can find more information in the Frequently Asked Questions and further advice can also be obtained from the Health Protection Team on 0344 225 3560 during office hours.


We have been issued with the following link from the Government containing advice on how we can all help to protect ourselves and others. 


Church Preen V Brockton Football Match 

29th February 2020 

If all you budding Ronaldo's, Messi's & Bronze's out there haven't signed up yet it's not too late!

contact Laura Hayward or Dean Millington to sign up 


Wednesday 4th March   (Due to PE commitments on Thursday)

Once again we are embracing our love of books and reading and invite your child to come to school dressed as their favorite BOOK character on WEDNESDAY 4th MARCH. We will also be holding a book swap so if your child has a book that they would like to swap with someone bring it along too.

Follow the link below to find a list of suitable age-appropriate books for your children to dive into and unlock their imaginations or quench their thirst for answers to many questions. 


Friday 6th March 9 am 

Bags have gone home in the book bags tonight so click on the picture above to find out what is accepted and start your wardrobe Spring clean and make room for those new Summer clothes! 





PTA is starting a new season for the 100+ Club Lottery.

Please see the letter that is in your child's bag tonight or click on this link for a copy. If you wish to take part please make payment by 6th March. Remember you've got to be in it to win it!

Good Luck

Would like to invite you to their next meeting to be held on

5th March 7 pm in the school hall

with drinks and nibbles 

Everyone is welcome to come along. 

Telford & Wrekin are having a competition with some fabulous prizes and you've got to be in it to win it !

All pupils in Reception to Year 6 classes (key stage 1and 2 only) which are catered by Let's Dine are eligible to enter whether they are paid or free meals.

To enter the competition pupils will need to have a school meal (hot or cold) for 40 days between 13 January 2020 and 27 March 2020.

Prizes include:

  • 2 iPads
  • 2 family pantomime tickets
  • a family ice hockey ticket
  • a hamper
  • a skiing party ticket
  • a family foot golf/driving range ticket
  • 4 Sky Reach tickets
  • a book voucher
  • 2 Area 51 tickets.

Prizes will be randomly drawn. Winners will be invited to a prize drawing event where prizes will be drawn at random. The school where the lucky winner attends will receive a free Eatwell session (a session where 8 children prepare fresh ingredients, make a dish using those ingredients and eat what they have made).

Entries will be recorded and at the end of the competition, these names will be entered into a random name generator.


We've had a fantastic response to the Fun Science club letter after the assembly last week so much so that the club is fully booked for the next half term. For those parents that wish to book their children a space on the Summer 1 club entitled Church Preen After school club post-Easter,  be sure to follow the link below and get your place reserved.

Here's a fundraising initiative that won't cost you a penny!

You could be generating a FREE donation to our school with every click. It's that easy. Go to and enter our quick sign up code 54726. There are hundreds of stores just waiting to give us their money.

Don't delay sign up today! 





From SEPTEMBER our wrap around care will be extended to children from the age of 2 years upwards

Please note that Early Birds now operates from 7:45 am in a morning. Charges are as follows 

Early Birds 7:45 am - 8:50 AM  

8 am - 8:50 am - 

A couple of school rules for those new parents joining our community and a reminder to the rest of the community. 

Safeguarding your children

If there is a change to the collection arrangements of your child at the end of the school day, then you must inform us via a telephone call to the school office or a message in the link books provided for such communication. 

Thank you

School Play Equipment and Areas

We appreciate that the pupils enjoy remaining on school property at the end of the school day but we would like to remind parents that pupils and siblings are not allowed to play on or around the play equipment including the traversing wall, tyre park or equipment in the barked areas.

This is because for insurance purposes children should only use school equipment when a teacher is present/supervising. We would request that you do not let younger siblings use it while they are waiting at the beginning of the end of the day. 

Dental / Medical appointments 

Where possible these appointments should be sought out of school hours, so as not to impede your child's learning, but if this is not possible then the appointment card or letter must be bought to the school office, so the correct absence code can be

Please note that we have been advised by the Local authority that the insurance on the school taxi is invalidated if friends accompany children who are entitled or pay for this travel. Therefore in future alternative arrangements will need to be made as they are no longer able to travel in the taxi with them. 

We are looking for parent/carer volunteers. 

 Open the Book is all about taking the moral and ethical messages from the bible and retelling them to the children through storytelling and roleplaying in assembly time on a Wednesday but we really need some more volunteers. So can you spare some time after drop off, you can come on an ad-hoc basis and you don’t need to be staunch Christians?

If you can help please make yourself known to Mrs. Ross. These are the dates: 

4th,11th, and 18th March