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Film Night

When: Thursday 20th June

Time: 3.30pm—5.30pm

Where: School Hall

Cost: £2 for pizza and drink.

Tickets can be bought from the Year 6s in reception in the morning or after school. Tickets must be bought by the end of the school day on Wednesday 19th June.


Parental consent must be received for any child to take part. Copies available from the school office.


Summer Fair - Saturday 29th June. 11am - 3pm

Summer Fair - Saturday 29th June. 11am - 3pm 1

Bake Sale - Thursday 2nd May

Bake Sale - Thursday 2nd May 1

World Autism Awareness Week

Win a bear or Sweets!

Enter one of our competitions; guess the name of the bear and guess how many sweets in the jar. If you guess correctly, you win the bear or the sweets! 20p per guess.

Mr Neal will be outside the school office at the beginning and end of each the day. Winners will be announced on Tuesday 2nd April.


Silly Socks for Autism

On Tuesday 4th April, children and staff are invited to swap your everyday socks for Bright, Crazy, Wacky socks in recognition of World Autism Awareness Week. A voluntary donation of 50p would be appreciated.


All money raised through these activities will go towards fundraising by Mr Neal to purchase a swing for the Retreat/SEN base.

Coffee Morning - Wednesday 20th March at 9am - 10am

Coffee Morning - Wednesday 20th March at 9am - 10am 1

Red Nose Day - Friday 15th March

Wear red to school. Optional donations can be made at the school office.


Don't forget to "Pick Your Nose". We have official red noses available for £1.25 each!

World Book Day - Thursday 7th March

Come to school dressed as a book character.

Coffee Morning Tuesday 5th February - Making Sense of AutismCoffee morning

This coffee morning is open to anyone who would like to attend. So come along, meet other parents and have a hot drink and a biscuit or two!


Our specialist Autism teacher; Dawn Clarke will be coming to deliver a session called 'Making Sense of Autism'


There will also be an opportunity to put your name down if you are interested in join a PTA.

Chinese Day "Guo Nian Hao" - Thursday 7th February

If you'd like your child to have a school meal on this day, just let us know in the office and pay £2.05 via your child's sQuid account.


Don't forget, if your child is in Reception, year 1 or year 2, they are entitled to a free school meal.


Here's what's on offer on the day:


Understanding your child's emotional health: FREE workshops run by CAMHS, supporting you to support your child.


Targeted CAMHS Citywide understands the very important role you play as parents/carers in supporting your son/daughter’s emotional wellbeing.

We are running different workshops to support you to support your son/daughter by sharing information and support strategies that we know can really make a difference for your family!


Come along and join our range of sessions

  • Improving your relationship with your teen: has your teen had a tough experience? Are there frequent misunderstandings or arguments at home? Learn effective ways to strengthen parent/teen relationships
  • Understanding and Managing Anxiety: what is anxiety? How does it affect us? And what can we do to support?
  • Let’s Talk Trans: raising awareness of gender identity
  • Low Mood: understanding and helping your son/daughter with low mood.
  • Understanding Self-Harming behaviours: Understanding different forms of self-harming thoughts and behaviours and how to support and help your son/daughter stay safe.


These sessions are Free and Informal, we are here to listen and support! We look forward to welcoming you at any, or all of the sessions!


To book your place, simply tell us who you are, which session you'd like to attend and how we can contact you, or to fid out more information don't hesitat to get in touch.


Call: Rebeca Green 01158764000

Email: parents.camhs@nottinghamcity.gov.uk

Text: 07432592547


24th January at The Mary Potter Centre

76 Gregory Boulevard Nottingham NG7 5HY

Time Session
9.30 - 10.30 Understanding and managing Anxiety
10.45 - 11.45 Understanding low mood
12.00 - 13.00 Improving your relationship with your teen
13.15 - 14.15 Understanding self-harming behaviours
14.30-15.30 Let's talk trans


19th February at St Ann's Valley Centre

2 Livingstone Road

St Ann's



Time Session
9.30 - 10.30 Improving your relationship with your teen
10.45 - 11.45 Understanding low mood
12.00 - 13.00 Understanding self-harming behaviours
13.15 - 14.15 Understanding and managing Anxiety
14.30-15.30 Let's talk trans


Loxley House - All sessions 18.00 - 19.00

Station Street Nottingham


Date Session
22/01/19 Improving your relationship with your teen
29/01/19 Understanding and managing Anxiety
05/02/19 Let's talk trans
12/02/19 Understanding low mood
18/02/19 Understanding self-harming behaviours


Defibrillator Fundraising

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We are raising money for a defibrillator to be installed in school.

Harvest Festival music & lyrics

Harvest For The World Backing up 3.mp3

cauliflowers fluffy in c backing.mp3

Autumn Harvest cbeebies key changed.mp3

Capital FM East Midlands Radio Visit


The School Council were invited to Capital FM.  During their visit they were given a guided tour of the station and met the breakfast presenters Dino and Pete in their on air studio.  Whilst there the School Council talked about their involvement with Shoe Aid and the school's aim to collect 1,000 pairs of shoes.  They also worked with one of Capital FM's producers who helped them produce an amazing piece of audio promoting Shoe Aid.  Please have a listen!

Shoe Aid Audio

Walter Halls School Raises over £800!