Community Links

A range of Adult Education Classes are offered throughout the year. These are usually run by outside agencies. The school will have the current programme on request.

The school involves itself in the local community through representation of the school in local community action groups such as GITCH (Getting it Together in Cadbury Heath), the local Safer Stronger meetings and the Advisory board of the local Sure Start Centre.

Children take part in community events such as Sports events and Art competitions. There is close liaison between the school and local services including the police, churches, library, swimming pool and social services.

Fund Raising – Events and activities are sometimes arranged to raise money either for a chosen charity or for school fund. These may be sponsored events, raffles or an evening event such as a disco.

 

Charities

 

In the press

 

Remembrance Plates

Each year we design Remembrance plates. They are judged by ex-serviceman Mr Graham Downing of teh Royal British Legion. The winner goes on the represent the scool the following year.

Here are some of the entries for this year.

 

Guys & Dolls

As a school we have good links with ‘Guys & Dolls’, a group with an emphasis on supporting elderly people in the community. We take part in various community events and there is a close liaison between the school and this group. Events and activities are arranged when the children work with the older adults in the community on craft activities. By working together young people and older adults bring tremendous benefits to their communities. At the same time young and old gain an appreciation for one another.

 

Cadbury Heath Sure Start

We are offering ‘Stay and Play’ sessions at our Cadbury Heath Children’s Centre. Stay and play is different from other parent and toddler groups. Stay and play aims to support parents with their child’s physical, social and emotional development through providing a range of fun and exciting play activities. We are available to parents and families to offer support and information on a wide variety of areas, e.g. childcare provision and work opportunities.

‘Stay and Play’ opening times

Wednesday 1.15 – 3.00pm

Thursday  9.30 – 11.30am

Friday 1.15 – 3.00pm.

Contact Us 
Telephone us on 01454 862974 or email us at cadburyheathchildrencentre@southglos.gov.uk.Alternatively you can write to us at Sure Start Admin, Cadbury Heath Children’s Centre, Earlstone Crescent, Cadbury Heath, South Gloucestershire, BS30 8AA