Walk to School Week

Week commencing Monday 20th May is Walk to School Week. Children should attempt to walk, scoot or cycle to school wherever possible to build up points for their class.

Crow’s Big Community Litter Pick – Sunday 19th May

Can you and your family help with this Autumn’s BIG Community Litter Pick ready for the hibernating season? All equipment is provided for people to collect from Crowthorne Market on Sunday 19th May between 10am – 12pm. Prizes will be given for the heaviest haul of litter, the furthest distance walked whilst picking and the strangest/most unusual item found.

Football and Athletics

New on our website this week are a couple of sporting opportunities. Finchampstead FC are looking for girls from Years 0 to 6 to try out a session or two on a Monday evening. Bracknell Athletics Club are running Young Athlete Sessions for all children in Years 4 to 6 on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. For more information on both of these opportunities, please visit the Local Community page of our website.

Wildfire Awareness Poster Competition

Crowthorne Fire Station are running a wildfire poster competition this summer. For more details please visit the Local Community page of our website.

Get Extra Support for Your Child

Registering for free school meals if you’re eligible means you can help your child have a healthy lifestyle. Maybe your circumstances have changed, which means you could now register for free school meals. To qualify, your child must be in school and you must be receiving one of the following benefits:

If this applies to you but your child isn’t registered for free school meals, complete a form and return it to your child’s school. Download the form and apply for Free School Meals on Wokingham Borough Council’s website.

Adult Cycle Training

The My Journey Team is running a 2 hour Adult Cycle training session at the FBC.  Its aim is to provide parents with more confidence to cycle and hopefully then they will encourage their children to cycle more.  More details can be found here.

Adult Education Courses

Wokingham Borough Council still have places available on their adult education courses that started earlier this week. Further details about the courses and links to enrol, can be found in their newsletter.

To enrol, you can either click on the links within the newsletter or you can contact the Adult Education team by emailing adulteducation@wokingham.gov.uk or by phoning 0118 9743797.

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