St Luke’s CE Primary School Newsletter


Dear Parents,

We have had another hard working week at St Luke’s. As I walk around school I have seen many busy happy learners. I have been taken on train rides, I have to say the prices are high I was charged £30 by one Kestrel ticket collector for a trip to Manchester!! I have been shown aerial view maps, been asked questions about Anglo-Saxons, felt the buzz of excitement around Maths problems, heard poems and many, many other things.

I know you are all working on the plastics challenge and have been saving all the plastic you have used this week. Please remember to send it in with your child tomorrow.

We are going to use the plastics to create our very own sculpture park which you are invited to visit on Friday 27th September from 2.30pm.

Tomorrow in Assembly we are going to have a brass tutor come and share his music and talk about how the children in years 4-6 can start to learn a brass instrument. I am attaching an invitation to come as parents with your child to an event on 16th October to find out more.

The health team have asked me to pass on the following very important information:

Primary Flu Programme 2019


Dear Parents/Carers


From September 2019 we will be using e-consent for the Flu programme. This year we are vaccinating children in Reception, Year 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6.


Please click and click on the Seasonal Flu icon to complete the consent form, the option to consent or decline the vaccination is at the end of the questionnaire so please complete even if you do not want your child to have the vaccination.


Your unique school code for St Luke’s CE Controlled Primary School (Glossop) is DD112817


For the Public Health England Flu information leaflet visit



Visit dates and select your school under the primary section for the date we are due to vaccinate your child in school.


If you experience any problems please call the School Age Immunisation Team.

Repton: 01283 707178

Clay Cross: 01246 252953


The weather forecast for tomorrow Friday 20th September looks fantastic for the scoot and skate session organised by the PTA. The children are invited to bring their scooters and skates to school and use the playground, something not permitted normally! We ask that they all wear helmets.

Alice Littlehailes