Blenheim Crescent, Broughton Astley, Leicestershire LE9 6QX

01455 283247 Mob 07453 812333

Orchard Church of England Primary School

Other Partnerships

We continually strive to make new links with our extended community and look for new and exciting ways for families to find out useful information including outside activities, events etc.

 

 Click on the links below to view various events:

Go Leicestershire

Conkers

 

Allsorts Magazine

Here is the link to the May/July digital version of Allsorts magazine with lots of great information for the whole family.

https://bit.ly/ALLSORTS-MHL_MAYJULY24

You can view this issue at www.allsortsmag.com  Stay safe and take care

Michelle Love (Editor)

Older editions:

https://bit.ly/ALLSORTS-MHL_MARMAY24

https://bit.ly/ALLSORTS-MHL_JANMAR24

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THURLASTON COMMUNITY GIRLS FC

Welcome all. We are the largest, free football club for girls in the UK. We have no hidden costs. We are open to all. We pride ourselves that we have never turned anyone away. We also provide a free training kit (Training top, Fleece, Waterproof, Hat & football kit).

We would now like to invite Reception & Year 1 to our exclusive girls football ground for fun football. Just come along & play at Stafford Leys Community Primary School on Sunday mornings 10-11am.

We also have teams for years 2,3,4,5 & 6.

Due to the teams now playing games, the above year groups parents need to text for training times.

We are also looking for more volunteer coaches. Mums & dads in all year groups.

Please contact club Secretary: Gavin 07545590876

Thank You

Gavin Lepley

Thurlaston Juniors F.C. Secretary

EPWORTH  FOREST FC

With the announcement of Women in Football’s ‘Get Onside’ initiative, we've made our own commitment to support the campaign. #WhatIf campaign in 2019, we're determined to continue our work within the women’s and girls’ pathway with a further commitment.

Our pledge is aligned to making transformational change across the club network in England, to facilitate 1000 clubs offering a full girls' pathway (age 10-16). This will create an infrastructure and network to dramatically enhance opportunities for girls to play the game, in a structured and sustainable way.

Kelly Simmons, our director of the women’s professional game, said: “The FA is pleased to once again support Women in Football’s latest campaign, with those previously launched having generated such positive conversation and action.

“I'm delighted to be able to make another pledge on behalf of the FA, which is a natural progression for our previous pledge regarding enabling all girls in schools to have the opportunity to play football. Having introduced girls to the game, it’s vital there are local, regular high quality playing opportunities in all communities across England.”

Epworth Forest Girls F.C. coach girls in Reception & Years 1,2,3,4,5,6 & 7. Coaching days, Tuesdays, Thursdays evenings & Sat mornings F.A. Wildcats. Fixtures played on Sunday.

Home Grounds:

Stafford Leys Primary School, LFE, LE3 3LJ.

Epworth Parish Hall, 112 Kings Drive, LFE, LE3 3JB.

All coaches CRB & DBS checked.

 

Gavin Lepley

Epworth Forest F.C. Secretary

07545590876

Future Faces Performing Arts School

Future Faces Performing Arts School is based at Hall Park Theatre in Lutterworth. We run many classes for children aged 3 – 18 and we believe students would benefit greatly from attending these sessions. At Future Faces we do so much more than sing, dance, and act. Our students develop excellent communication skills, grow in self-esteem and enjoy the benefits of improved coordination and fitness levels. While some of our children go on to enjoy success in the performing arts, all our students learn essential life skills that stay with them forever.

First session is completely free.

Rugby Artistic Swimming Club

Does your child enjoy swimming? Are they confident in the water?

 Artistic Swimming is a team sport which combines the grace of dance, the flexibility and acrobatics of gymnastics and the strength and endurance of speed swimming – it’s a tough sport, requiring strength, fitness and flexibility, but it’s also a fantastic opportunity to meet friends and learn new life skills – who knows, you may even go on to represent the club at regional, national and even international level one day!

If you are interested you need to register for a place by emailing Head Coach, Hannah Secher at: rugbysynchro.headcoach@gmail.com

You can also check out the club’s website at www.rugbysynchro.co.uk/ or their twitter feed https://twitter.com/RugbySynchro

RL Performers Academy presents 'MINI Academy', a singing group for 6–10-year-olds! The "Perfect Introduction to Vocal Tuition", MINI Academy aims to teach basic vocal and breathing technique, group harmony practice, and learn lots of fun songs! A huge success since 2020, RLPA is now bringing classes to NARBOROUGH Village from September 2023. Additional details can be found below! For any enquiries or bookings, please contact Rachel on rachellemmon@live.co.uk.
  • Time: THURSDAYS 4.15-5pm
  • Venue: All Saints Church in Narborough
  • Price: £8
  • Lessons run term-time
  • Taught by Industry Professionals
  • Contact: rachellemmon@live.co.uk
  • www.rlperformersacademy.co.uk || @rl_performersacademy

Warning Zone

Warning Zone is an education charity, delivering safety lessons in an interactive life skills centre, based in Frog Island, Leicester. 

Year 6 children visit on a school trip and have a great day learning how to keep themselves safe both online and offline.  Warning Zone has two different safety areas and the class children are slit into small groups and experience the day with a volunteer guide. 

Warning Zone could not exist without volunteers and are always on the lookout for new volunteers.  The role is very flexible, fits in with school drop off and pick up times, is term time only, uniform is provided and full training given. 

It’s a great way to meet new people, enhance your CV, utilise your existing skills and build some new ones, or maybe you know someone who is newly retired or someone who has spare time and is looking for something else to do.  It’s also a great way to keep up with current safety advice, especially in the ever-changing online world. 

If you would like more information please email volunteer@warningzone.org.uk or call 0116 262 9739 or visit their website to find out more www.warningzone.org.uk 

 

 

The DfE have launched a new online service for schools, called Parent Info, a collaboration between CEOP and Parent Zone. Click the link above for more information.

 Click here for an online version  of the Digital Parenting Magazine

 

Kidz to Adultz MagazineIssue 20 is packed with interesting articles, personal stories and advice including: 

  • New award launches for young people
  • Never give up a dream 
  • Student of the year
  • Incontinence poverty - free products
  • Kidz to Adultz exhibitions 
  • ...and more!

Kidz to Adultz Magazine - Issue 19 is packed with interesting articles, personal stories and advice including:

  • Tailoring transitions to adult life
  • Social prescribing
  • Drive Ability Scotland's new centre
  • Grandad Wheels
  • Kidz to Adultz Scotland
Kidz to Adultz Magazine - Issue 18 is packed with interesting articles, personal stories and advice including:
  • Sharing experience as a gay, disabled woman
  • Disabled children's partnership - having your say
  • Financial advice: Protecting your child now and in the future
  • Remote assessments - they can work!
  • Disabled Living trustee at the UN
  • and more!
 

Full of dates and fun things to do over the coming months; please click on the link above to read the latest edition of the Primary Times.

There’s a FREE! Family Activity Pass from Everyone Active, a fabulous offer from Ninja Warrior, and some amazing competitions.