Visit the #casheslockdownchallenge page for more information.

Challenges for the teachers have now closed but there is information on the page about a special, final challenge for all children and staff - it would be amazing if everyone was able to take part. 

CLASS PAGES ARE NOW BEING USED FOR SHARING HOME LEARNING SUGGESTIONS AND KEEPING IN TOUCH ...

We are closed for most children until further notice.

We will be overhauling our website during this time to bring it up to date. Please bear with us while we take old content down and refresh with new.

We are using the website to keep in touch with children and families over the period of closure...pages are linked below.

Children and families please click on the links below to go to each class's page and the subject pages where we will be regularly updating and keeping in touch.

These pages will be updated every Wednesday at 11am - teachers will give messages to their class and set challenges for the week. Subject pages will also be updated with ideas for activities to do at home. First update 1st April!

Please read the General Information page for more information about how this will work.

 

Information for Parents on Online Safety - this is extra important at this time.

 

VE DAY 75 - celebration for 8th May 2020

If you have any photos of your celebrations for us to include in our gallery on the page please email them to Mrs Eeley.

 

General Information for Everyone about Home Learning  UPDATED 20th MAY

 

Reception   Year 1    Year 2    

Year 3    Year 4    Year 5    Year 6

MrFolley

 

Maths

Sport and Wellbeing 

Science  History  

Geography Computing Art

DT Music

Reading Challenge

 

DAILY PHONICS LESSONS

 

  TTRS "The Big Reveal"    

First News - a weekly children's newspaper   

Links to audio books, online books and stories to watch together   

Book recommendations

Nessy - reading and spelling (logins available for all children)

Harold's Blog - the giraffe from the Life Bus shares wellbeing tips

CLASS PAGES ARE NOW BEING USED FOR SHARING HOME LEARNING SUGGESTIONS AND KEEPING IN TOUCH ...

We are very pleased to be able to finally share with you our latest OFSTED report (June 2017). We are a GOOD school with OUTSTANDING personal development, behaviour and welfare. For more information click here.

Welcome to Our School

Cashes Green Primary School is a community school situated on the western side of Stroud, halfway up Randwick Hill. We are blessed in having wonderful views of Stroud's valleys and hills from our windows. There is also an on-site Children's Centre, ran by the school and a committee led playgroup meaning there's provision for children and families from birth - 11 years old.

The school, which was opened in 1957, provides excellent facilities for our children. At present we have seven mixed ability classes catering for 200 children. We believe that one of our main strengths is our caring, happy atmosphere. We know our children well and are sensitive to their needs. We believe that education needs to be a partnership between the home and the school and we work very hard to develop mutual understanding and trust with our parents. We will always make time for parents who wish to discuss any particular problems, either with the class teacher or with the Head.

Our Children's Centre - in 'The Hub' - provides a selection of groups and activities for babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers and their families.

We are also fortunate in having a playgroup run by parents, which operates from the adjacent building to school which was previously the Children's Centre. One of the benefits of this arrangement is the way it helps to prepare children for school. We also have a breakfast club (click on tab down the side for more information), open from 8am for a small cost and an after school club (click on tab down the side for more information).

Cashes Green has a talented, committed teaching staff who provide a full, varied and well-structured curriculum. We aim for a stimulating environment where we present our children with a wide range of exciting and challenging experiences to enable them to develop as rounded individuals and to reach their full potential. Education is not just about intellectual development, important though that is. It is also about developing personal, spiritual, social, physical and artistic skills. Our partnerships with parents and carers are crucial to our success and our motto 'Care and Support Helps Everyone Succeed' runs through everything we do.

Mrs M. Dawson

Head Teacher

 

 

 

 

Designated Safeguarding Lead- Mrs Meg Dawson

Safeguarding Policy - also available from the office

We hope you find our website useful.

If you have any further questions please contact us, ask for Mrs Dawson (Head Teacher), Mrs Papps (School Business Manager) or Mrs Ind (Receptionist).

 

If you wish to receive a paper copy of any of the information given on our website please ask Mrs Dawson - this is free of charge for parents.