Please see guidance below on how to access any refunds we give you on your Parent Pay accounts:
Thank you to all the Parents/Carers who have gone online and registered their parent pay accounts! This is fantastic to see.
Please can we remind all parents/carers to do this. From Monday 4th December we will no longer be accepting cash/cheques in school. Therefore, it is really important parents/carers activate their Parent Pay accounts.
If your child is in receipt of free school meals you must still activate your account for payments such as school trips.
If you need a new activation letter/ any assistance with setting up your account please see the office 🙂
There is a new electronic signing in system in reception.
All children who arrive late to school or leave school or return to school must be accompanied to the office with an adult. This must adult must now sign the child in and out on the system.
If you need any assistance with this please ask Mrs Clorley or Mrs Garbett in the office for some assistance.
All children will be coming home with a Parent Pay activation letter tonight. It is very important you go on and activate your child’s account because from Monday 4th December, we will no longer be accepting cash and cheques in school.
You are able to go on as soon as you have activated your account and start making payments. However, please note debts/credits won’t be uploaded until next week.
Children will continue to order their dinners in school as normal.
If anyone needs any support with setting up their account or if anyone has any concerns with regards to the school becoming cashless, please speak to the office.
Please see how to make a payment video below:
Leaflets are coming home today for those eligible children for the Christmas holidays. If you do not receive your leaflet with the code please contact the office asap.
Please see details below:
Please see further information below:
|Winter Holiday Fun in Shropshire with HAF (Holiday Activities & Food) – Bookings Open!
Bookings are now open for the Winter Shropshire HAF (Holiday Activities & Food) programme.
Shropshire Council is working with local schools, voluntary and community organisations, and childcare providers to run an exciting holiday programme this winter, Shropshire HAF (Holiday Activities and Food).
There are free places available on the programme for children and young people aged 4 (reception class age) to 16, who are eligible for benefits-related free school meals. There are also a limited number of free places available for children and young people living in areas of high deprivation and/or from low-income households, who are not in receipt of benefits related free school meals. These children and young people can be referred onto the programme by a professional. Places are also available for Ukrainian families, currently staying in Shropshire with host families.
From 21st December 2023 to 5th January 2024, eligible children and young people are invited to take part in a range of fun activities, happening at over 40 holiday clubs from across the county.
There is something on offer for everyone including sports, arts, cooking, forest schools and other exciting opportunities. Free nutritious meals will be provided at each session, as well as information to benefit the whole family.
The Winter What’s On Guide and details of how to book are available online here.
Some of the holiday programmes also include paid spaces for children and young people who are not in receipt of free school meals.
Kirstie Hurst-Knight, Portfolio Holder for Children and Education, said: “Over the summer holidays, over 2,800 eligible children and young people, took part in a wide range of exciting and engaging activities at 64 holiday clubs from across the county. 98% of children and young people enjoyed the activities on offer at the clubs, with nearly 95% wanting to attend more holiday clubs in the future.
“Again, providers are offering fantastic holiday clubs this winter. I’d like to encourage all eligible families to book onto HAF and have fun over the holidays. There is a huge range of activities happening, with free meals provided at each session.”
For more information on HAF in Shropshire, for a copy of the What’s On Guide and to sign up to the HAF e-news, click here.
Please contact the HAF Programme Co-Ordinators – email: email@example.com
From everyone at Crowmoor we would like to say a massive congratulations to the new Mr and Mrs Savory! We have to say Mrs Savory looked amazing!!
We wish you all the best as husband and wife!
We had a fantastic night celebrating with you both!
Happy Half Term all! 🙂
Please see reminder below:
Secondary Application deadline – 31 October 2023
The closing date for secondary applications is 31 October 2023 which falls in the half-term holidays. If you have not already done so, we encourage you to submit an application as soon as possible but before the deadline date. This will ensure that if you encounter any problems, you can be supported/helped and to submit your application on time. There is no grace period for late applications. The link for the website is – Transferring to secondary school | Shropshire Council
The School Admissions Team strongly encourage parents to name three preferences, particularly if you reside in the Shrewsbury area. Please see the Parents’ Guide to Education in Shropshire Booklet for further information. The link to the document is Parents’ guide to education | Shropshire Council
If you have already made an application and wish to add additional preferences please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Please see below:
A reminder we have parents evening on Monday 23rd October and Tuesday 24th October. If you have any queries regarding this please contact your child’s class teacher.
Friday 27th October is a PD day- School is closed.
Week commencing 30th October is half term.
Monday 6th November- Children return to school.