We would like to say a massive well done to Mrs Price, Mrs Spalton and Ms Levitt on their fantastic achievements in last weekends Robin Hood Half Marathon. The Robin Hood Half Marathon is an amazing 13.1 miles in length and starts and finishes on the Trent Embankment.
We are extremely proud of their achievements and congratulate them on their success
In more fundraising news, Mrs Habgood, Mrs Smith, Mrs Andrews, Miss Martin and Mrs Hall recently took part in the Alzheimer's Memory Walk at Wollaton Park.
The energetic quintet faced challenging weather conditions to complete a 6K walk around the grounds of one of Nottingham's favourite family destinations. So far they have managed to raise just over £800 for the Alzheimer's Society.
We support a wide variety of charities here at Crabtree Farm Primary school. From Comic Relief to the Foodbank Scheme we work very hard to highlight the important part charities play in the lives of people less fortunate than ourselves.
Every year, under the organisation of Miss Constantinou, we hold our Macmillan Coffee Morning to raise money for people affected by cancer. Recently we were surprised to learn that in the last five years we have raised an amazing £6,177 for this good cause.
We would like to say a massive thank you to our pupils, their parents and the wider community for helping us make sure no one faces cancer alone.
Please join us for our upcoming Macmillan Coffee Morning on September 29th 2017.
On Friday 29th September we are holding our Annual Macmillan Coffee Morning to raise money for the Macmillan appeal.
In addition to this and to raise further funds by sponsorship, some children in school have suggested having their hair cut and donating it to The Little Princess Trust which takes the hair and makes wigs for children who do not, due to medical issues, have their own hair.
If you would like to do this, then please contact the school office. Further information is on the Little Princess Trust website.
Food for Life is a school awards programme about making good food the easy choice for everyone – making healthy, tasty and sustainable meals the norm for all to enjoy, reconnecting children with where their food comes from, teaching them how it’s grown and cooked, and championing the importance of well-sourced ingredients.
The Food for Life Schools Awards demonstrates that our school is doing some fantastic work to provide healthy school meals, great lunchtimes and food education and that this all has a positive impact on both our pupils and our wider community.
We achieved the Bronze level for this awards programme in December 2016 and we are delighted to let you all know that we are one of only 60 schools in the country that have been awarded the Silver level.
We have been able to achieve this award due to our commitment at Crabtree Farm to involve all our children in growing vegetables and flowers in our Biodome. We were recognised as a school that offers cooking lessons to our p...
Steph, our school cook was delighted to receive the sweetcorn that the children have harvested this morning! The children have really enjoyed watching the corn grow and it will definitely be added to our growing calendar for this academic year. Steph has prepared the sweetcorn ready for lunch time today!