Pastures new for Mrs Smith!

We are really sad to have to let you know that Rachel Smith, our wonderful administrator, has got a new job!! As you all know, she is absolutely fantastic in the office and throughout the whole school , which is why she has been snapped up as an Office Manager in a much larger school.  Rachel will be leaving us at the end of this term after four years with us here at Myddle. Rachel has gone over and above during her time here, always helping with extra-curricular events, as well as managing a busy school office and keeping all of us staff on track. She offers endless support and advice to many of you and your children and will leave a big hole in our school community. However, I know that as well as feeling sad, you will want to join us to wish her all the best with her new job.

Carol Concert at Myddle Church 11th Dec 6-6:45pm- singers needed from Tiger Class

Myddle School pupils have been invited to sing at a concert in Myddle Church on 11th December being held by The Phoenix Singers Choir of Shrewsbury.

‘A Christmas concert featuring settings of O magnum mysterium by several composers interspersed with popular carols for choir and audience. With pupils from Myddle Primary School.’

All the children have been learning carols with Mrs White during music, so any of them are welcome to attend and form a choir for the evening, where I believe we will sing one or two before the Phoenix Singers.

Children would need to arrive at the church for 5:45 for a 6pm start, wearing school uniform (and little tinsel if they wish).

If you want to stay and watch the concert, it sounds like a lovely program, with carols for the audience to join in with. It is a ticketed event to raise money for our church and they can be purchased from the Phoenix Singers directly. I believe they are offering a discount to Myddle parents, so please ask about this when you contact them. We would like to invite pupils from Tiger Class to this event . Letters will be sent home on Monday, 4th December, with full details and consent slip to return.

Many thanks

Webinars for Tranistion

We would like to draw your attention to  three free webinars over the summer holidays to support young people with the milestones and transitions that happen at this time of year. The first two are for parents, and the third is for older students. The Anna Freud Society often has resources like this for various areas of well-being, so it would be worth having a look at the website even if these ones aren’t relevant.

Webinars for transition

  1. Supporting young people with anxiety before results day – 8th August, 2pm
  2. Transition to secondary school: supporting your Year 7 child – 9th August, 2pm
  3. Managing your wellbeing when transitioning to university – 22nd August, 2pm

Rhino class update

Dear Rhino parents,

We just wanted to let you know that Miss Beauchamp is going to continue teaching Rhino class up until half term. Thank-you for your ongoing understanding.

If you have any questions for myself or Miss B, please don’t hesitate to email and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Mrs Williams

Rhino Class – important update

We just wanted to let Rhino class and families know that Miss Beauchamp is going to be teaching the class for 2 weeks from 20th April. The class are very familiar with Miss Beauchamp as she already has them two days a week, so this will keep the learning and routines very consistent for them. Mr Glover needs to take some time at home to support his wife who is having a major operation for this period of time. I know you will join me to wish him and his wife all the best with the operation and her on-going treatment for breast cancer.


We are sorry but with the forecast given for over night and tomorrow morning and information from the local authority, coupled with the Corbet School closure , we will not be open tomorrow. Sorry for any inconvenience.

Stepping Out – feedback from Shropshire Council

We thought it would be nice to share this lovely feedback on how well our children did in their recent pedestrian training. Thank you to all our parents who volunteered to help make this possible:

‘Stepping Out’ Pedestrian Training – Report and School Feedback (Spring Term 2023) Date of training: 24 & 31 January 2023 Year groups participating: Year 3, 4 and 5

Road Safety Officer’s Report – Ray Hughes

The School

Thank you very much for giving me the opportunity to return to deliver the full ‘Stepping Out’ pedestrian training scheme on behalf of Shropshire Council. I benefited from fantastic support from Mr Glover, Mrs Crowe and their Support Staff plus a super set of parents recruited for the observed walk. Thank you also for preparing the children so well in the classroom to compliment the practical training.

The children

The children engaged very well in the training and all the observers commented how fantastic they were on their observed walks. Good listening skills and excellent (safe) roadside behaviour.  All thoroughly deserved their certificates.

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