The Edge Schools’ Federation

Latest News 15th July 2019

Last week saw our Kwik Cricket team achieve a bronze medal in the Kwk Cricket tournament, held at WBS on Wednesday.

Class 2 had a stupendous time at The Pioneer Centre overcoming fears and honing their teamwork skills.

This week sees the academic year heading to a close as we prepare to say goodbye to our Year, 6 leavers.  



18th - Leavers Lunch & Disco

19th - Last day of term 

22nd - PD DAY

Break for Summer Holidays

September (Autumn 1)

2nd - PD DAY 

3rd - Return to school 

5th - Whole school PE sessions

9th - KS2 Swimming (Yrs 3,4,5,6)

19th - PTA AGM (TBC)


25th PD DAY 

26th - Dinner Dance Rushbury Village Hall 

28th - 1st Nov Half Term 

4th November - (Autumn 2) 


20th - Pantomime Trip 

23rd December - 3rd January Christmas Holidays 

January 2020 (Spring 1) 

6th - Return to School 


17th - 21st - Half Term

24th - PD DAY 

25th - Return To School (Spring 2)



6th - 17th - Easter Holidays 

20th - Return To School (Summer 1) 


Friday 8th - Early Spring Bank Holiday

25th - 29th - Half Term 


1st - Return To School (Summer 2) 


Friday 17th - PD DAY 

Break for Summer Holidays 

Week Commencing 15/07/19

Week 3 on the NEW menu

Please note the change to this weeks menu. 

Wednesday: Hotdogs, Waffles, Beans 

It would be appreciated if ALL lunch money could be paid in advance for the week on Monday to avoid money being held on the premises over the school holidays. 

click on the following link to download the new school menu 

School Menu 

£2.40 per day /£12 per week


Please ensure your child's reading book and reading record book are in school by Wednesday. No new reading books will be issued after this. 

Friday 19th:

Children are welcome to bring in a game or toy from home, but nothing too noisy, please.


Whole School Information 

Wednesday: Children to bring in a carrier bag so that academic books can be sent home. 


Thursday: Leavers Lunch: children to come to school in uniform with their change of clothes as per the letter to change in to after the break. 

Arthog Letters have gone home to all Year 4 & Year 5 children, search them out and have a read. 


Advance notice: Thursdays from September will see the whole school participating in PE sessions delivered by the Active Sports Team. Class 1 children will have the first session from 9-10am and therefore will need to come to school in PE Kit with school uniform to change in to. 


Please note, there is no after-school club on Thursday or Friday this week. 

Don't miss out on what is set to be a fabulous evening. Tickets are now available and are selling fast so email to secure yours. 

End of Term/Leavers DISCO 

Thursday 18th July 

It's not too late to return your reply if you've forgotten. 

Finish time is 4:30pm  

Do you have any flowers or greenery?

Thank you to those that have been in touch and if anyone does have any greenery or flowers to spare we will be decorating the hall on Wednesday. 

Thank you in advance 

KS 2 swimming will start again on September 9th. 

We are looking for parent volunteers to help in the pool. 

If you can help please contact the school office and make yourself known.

Music lessons

Mrs Judith Claes will have vacancies for the Autumn Term 2019. Lessons are 20 minutes long and are arranged on an individual basis. Judith offers lessons on the recorder, flute, clarinet, saxophone, keyboard and children prepare for music exams if they wish. They are encouraged to perform in assemblies, Much Wenlock Live Arts Festival and other events throughout the year. Please contact Judith at 01743 369992/07974 689315

Date for your Diary

PTA AGM / Meeting 

Thursday 19th September 

Time and venue TBC



Safeguarding your children

If there is a change to the collection arrangements of your child at the end of the school day, then it is important that you 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 to remain 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 or 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 in the event that this is not possible then it is imperative that the appointment card or letter is bought to the school office, so the correct absence code can be

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  £5. per child 

8 am - 8:50 am - £4. per child


ANOTHER DONATION FROM THE GIVING MACHINE DUE TO YOUR SHOPPING EFFORTS OF £22.11. So keep up the shopping and spread the word to your family and friends on how to generate much needed funds for your school for FREE! 

Here's a fund raising initiative that wont cost you a penny!

Do you, friends or family shop online?

Answer -  Yes, then 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! 

Summer Term

As the weather hopefully becomes more Summery we would like to remind you of the importance of helping your children to stay safe in the sun. As ever sunscreen should be applied before the start of school especially for the younger children, who find their break gone by the time they have managed to smear it on. Children are allowed to apply sunscreen to themselves during the school day should it be necessary. 

Please ensure that your child has a bottle of fresh water in school on a daily basis. This can be replenished throughout the day a our filter stations. 

Last but not least a waterproof coat as the English weather is not always predictable and we will still endeavour to get the children in the fresh air even when there is a little drizzle about.  

Our Uniform Policy for the Summer term can be found by following this link 

Uniform Policy 

It was also noted that children with long hair were forgetting to have it tied back at all times. This is to help eradicate the spread of head lice that may be present in school.