St Luke’s CE Primary School Newsletter


Dear families of our St. Luke’s children,

Harvest Festival

What a lovely start to the week we had at the church for our Harvest Festival.  The children were brilliant and we were treated to a whole host of great performances.  It was heartening to see that so many parents and carers could join us.  We will make sure that we sort out additional seating for any more events that we hold at the church.  Glossopdale Foodbank were thrilled with the donations they received – it was enough to fill two cars and will go a long way in supporting the families that need it.  Thank you so much for your generosity.

Glossop Jog

I’m looking forward to seeing all of our joggers on Sunday 8th October at the Redgra on Pikes Lane at 11am.  Come and find me and Mrs Hillier before the race so we can register you.  Fingers crossed for dry weather. 

Nut-free school

We’ve had a couple of incidences of children bringing in food containing nuts in their packed lunches.  We are a nut-free school as we have people here who are very allergic.  Please can I ask you to make sure that any food that is brought in from home does not contain any nuts at all.  Many thanks for your support with this.


Well done to the children in Year 5 who took part in the bikeability sessions.  I heard nothing but good things from the trainers, both in how well the children did, and also their excellent behaviour throughout the days. 

Brass Lessons

There are spaces available for anyone who would like to learn to play a brass instrument.  Contact Mrs Evans or Mrs Hukin in the office for more information.

School Photos

Don’t forget it’s school photos on Wednesday next week.  Any families with children of pre-school age who want photos taken with their older siblings, please come to the office at 8.30am.

School Email System

We are struggling to send emails to anyone who has a Hotmail or MSN account.  Apologies for this.  We are attempting to get it fixed ASAP.


Wishing you all a restful weekend.


With best wishes

Mrs Rogers