Concerns continue to be raised by some parents about irresponsible behaviour by a small number of drivers in and around the school car park. To help all parents to identify those drivers who are not following our rules please find below the conditions of car park use which all permit holders should follow.
- Arrival in the car park in the morning should be no later than 8.30am and departure no earlier than 9am
- Arrival in the car park in the afternoon should be no later than 2.50pm and departure no earlier than 3.20pm
- The maximum speed in the car park is 5mph.
Also the zig-zag lines on Bradway Drive are a no parking area and the police patrol regularly.
Although we have no jurisdiction over the zig-zag lines we do have control over our car park. Please report to the school office permit holders who are breaking their conditions of use. If you have concerns over vehicles driving dangerously on Bradway Drive please contact Parking Services or the South Yorkshire Police. Please note however that Bradway Drive is a public road and, as with any road, children and adults should remain on the path for their own safety.
If you haven't already replied to the letter inviting you to our workshops next week, there are still places available. Foundation stage and Year 1 workshops will build on the Introuctory meetings held in the autumn term. From Y2 upwards, the subject will be reading and each workshop will be tailored to the age of the children.These meetings will be informal but informative and we would really like to encourage you to come. Please get in touch, to let us know you are coming!
Monday, 6.30pm: Foundation Stage
Tuesday,7pm: Y1 and Y2
Wednesday, 6.30pm: Y3 and Y4
Thursday, 7pm : Y5 and Y6
The Senior Leadership Team
Bradway Primary School's Enterprise Week ended with a wonderful Market Day last Friday. Nearly 300 adults flooded through the doors of the school to purchase a cornucopia of quality products. Competition between classes was stiff with advertising being used extensively as well as some more direct sales techniques.
There was a very purposeful atmosphere at the event with pupils excitedly selling their produce and learning an enormous amount about the world of business at the same time.
I spoke to a number of shoppers who attended and below are some quotes.
'My purse is empty already'
'I can't believe what I've just spent!'
'It's very well attended'
'There's a great variety of products and the sales people are very polite'
'It's cost me a fortune but it's good quality so that's OK'
'This is lovely. It's a great community event. It brings people out together'
'There is stuff here that you could easily give as presents to family and friends'
'This sort of event helps children understand a bit of how the world works'.
Thank you to everyone who attended for helping to make it such an excellent event. The amount of money generated from the day will be announced on Wednesday with all profits going to buy new stage lights for our school hall so that we can improve the quality of our school theatre productions.
Below are some pictures of the event.............