Events and Information from our community
This page on our website aims to provide information about events, clubs and activities which we think is likely to be of interest to our families both within school and outside in the wider school community.
If you have information, including event flyers, that you would like us to include please contact the school office via firstname.lastname@example.org marking your email 'Community Page'.
Creative Arts and Crafts workshops May half term 2023
First Communion classes at St. Andrew's Church Spring 2023
In a recent Collective Worship, Revs. Karin and Jon told the children that they could learn more about Holy Communion by coming to classes at St Andrew's.
St Andrew's Church is now offering 3 First Communion classes for children in Yr 2 up who would like to learn more and potentially take communion for the first time in the service on 21st May. If you are interested in taking part, please contact Revd Karin on:
Cherry Hinton Community Activities and Support for Families
Free interactive app for explorers.
This can be found at https://loveexploring.co.uk/
This app is full of trails, walks, events, all local - you may meet augmented reality dinosaurs, tree fairies and minibeasts......
Lots of ideas to get out and about as a family in the fresh air and for free!
Cambridge United Community Trust inclusion sport
ROCKSTEADY ARE ROCKING IN 2023
Would your child like to play in their very own rock band?
Dear Parent or Guardian,
Rocksteady in-school band lessons are the perfect opportunity for your child to learn new skills, develop friendships and have the time of their life.
Watch this short video to see what learning in a band could do for your child’s well-being:
As a Church of England foundation School we have an important association with St Andrew's Church, Cherry Hinton.
St Andrew's offers activities and events for parishioners and the wider community and you can learn more about services and how the church and centre are used, including events, from their website.
Our pupils regularly visit the church for events as well as services throughout the year.
Rev Dr Karin Voth Harman is Priest in Charge at St Andrew's and a school governor.
Thanks to our local Nisa
Our school is really grateful to Mr Ronak Patel the manager of our local Nisa shop. He has been a great friend to our school over the past two years. He helped us to provide school lunches to families during COVID lockdown, donated money for go-karts for reading books and for a marquee. This is an example of 'community'. Thank you Ronak.