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Here are some of the events that have been happening here at Emmaus so far this year.

Secondary Open Mornings and Evenings
• Park Academy is holding an open morning on Saturday 23rd September 2017 10am-1pm. 
All parents are welcome to visit.
• All Saints also has an open morning on Saturday 23rd September 2017 10am-12pm


Philosophy for Children Silver Award 
We are delighted to let you know that we have achieved our Silver award in Philosophy for 
Children (P4C). We use P4C across the curriculum to develop thinking, speaking and listening 
skills. It also helps the children to debate and discuss some difficult issues that come up on the 
news and in the media. We also use P4C to teach British Values. We are the second school in 
the whole of Sheffield to achieve this and one of only twelve in the whole country!

MAST Parenting- What's on guide.

Discussion Groups.

Click on the attachment below for information on upcoming discussion groups. Please see Mrs Fairclough if you would like to book a place on any of these sessions.

Parents Evening- Thursday 6th April 2017.

We have  invited the following Schools, services and organisations to parents evening, if you would like some advice or information please pop in to the Spiritual Space (downstairs at Emmaus):-

·         School Nurse

·         MAST (Family Support)

·         Secondary Schools (Park Academy, Springs Academy and All Saints)

·         Great Places (Housing)

·         MaTReC (Adult Education)


Since September 2016, this is our current attendance –  Well Done to  Y1, Y2, Y4 & Y5 for achieving over 96% attendance!! Our attendance has improved each year for the past 4 years and it would be great if we could continue this year?  Almost 96% in total!!!!!!!!


Group              % Attend

Reception        94.3

Year 1              96.3

Year 2              96.1

Year 3              95.9

Year 4              96.3

Year 5              96.1

Year 6              94.8

Totals              95.7

All Saints Maths Challenge.

Congratulations to Aaliyah, Callum, Fabienne and Matthew from Y5 for delivering a presentation on Tuesday night in front of Parents and friends.  The children have been part of a Maths Challenge organised by All Saints.

SHINE Celebration.

The SHINE celebration will be on Sat. 18th March 12 noon-1pm at Sheffield High School.  Some of our Y5 children have been taking part in this programme.  Parents and staff are invited to the celebration and a chance to see what they have been up to. There will also be light refreshments!

New Family Learning Course.

Do you want to feel more confident, get to know other parents and help support your child?  If so book onto our next family learning course starting on Monday 6th March between 1pm and 3pm. More information in the Our Learning Section.

School on Saturdays.

Some of our Year 5 children have been coming to school on Saturday mornings and attending the SHINE Project at Sheffield High School. They have been having lots of fun being CSI detectives to solve a who dunnit mystery using scientific methods, learning a bit of French, Spanish and Latin and solving Maths puzzles. Well Done to Cohen, Cheyanne, Lois, Matthew, Lacey R and Millie for being great ambassadors for our school.

The Children's Project.

Some of our Year 6 children were selected to take part in the Children's Project at the University of Sheffield on Saturdays. They have been getting a taste of University life as well as having lots of fun.

Family Support Worker.

Tanya is our new family support worker who is in school every Wednesday morning from 8am - 10am. if you would like to chat with her please see Mrs Fairclough to book an appointment or come along to breakfast club on Wednesdays.

Please click on the attachment below for more information.

Breakfast Club.

A HUGE thank you to everyone who has replied to our plea for more parents to help out and keep our breakfast club FREE!!! As more parents have offered to help we are hoping  to keep our amazing breakfast club free. Approx. 60 children are now booked into breakfast club. From Tuesday 28th February 2017 all parents must stay with thier child in breakfast club, unless you have booked a place. Please see Mrs Fairclough for more information.

Can 5 and 6 year olds cook?

Yes they can!........ With a bit of help from their mums and dads. Our little cooks have been making bread, vegetable soup, vegetable curry, chopping, measuring and tasting lots of new things! Well Done big cooks and little cooks!!