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  • Be Bright, Be Seen

    Tue 05 Mar 2024

    Being visible to other road users is important all year round, whether walking, cycling, scooting or wheeling. However, it is especially important during the autumn and winter months when days are shorter and evenings longer. 

    We can improve our visibility and help drivers and other road users see us by wearing light, bright and fluorescent clothing or accessories in the day, and reflective clothing or accessories in the evening.  

    If cycling, we must make sure our bicycles have a working white front light, and red back light. 

    A simple message is to help us remember this is ‘Be Bright Be Seen’.

  • MHR Half Term Holiday Camp!

    Fri 26 Jan 2024

    Bookings are now LIVE on (this is not a HAF camp.) If you are booking the early drop-off or late pick-up options this is paid on the week of the camp! Mason and the team can’t wait for another fun-filled week. Please note that bookings are limited so be quick! Details of what’s on are below!



  • Easyfundraising for Chetwynd Junior School

    Wed 22 Nov 2023

    We are letting you know that Chetwynd Junior School are now registered with easyfundraising, which means you can raise FREE donations for us every time you shop online. Over 7,000 brands will donate to us when you use easyfundraising to shop with them – at no extra cost to yourself!

    These donations really mount up and make a BIG difference to us, so we’d really appreciate it if you could take a moment to sign up and support us. It’s completely FREE and only takes a moment.

    You can find our easyfundraising page at

    Thank you so much!


  • Showcase Mornings

    Thu 16 Nov 2023

    We are excited for our Showcase mornings next week! Please see the flyer below for dates and timings!

  • Children in Need - Fri 17th Nov 2023

    Wed 15 Nov 2023

    Please note, if your child does not have something spotty for Friday, you do not need to go an buy something new! Children are welcome to come standard non uniform! We have had requests from children asking if they can come in PJ's and Pudsey Onsies, as it's Children in Need, we've said they can! 

    There is a suggested donation of £1 which can be made via ParentPay.


  • Odd Socks Day

    Fri 10 Nov 2023

    On Monday 13th November 2023, we are inviting children (and staff!) to wear ODD SOCKS to raise awareness for Anti-Bullying week!

    More details below!

  • ADHD Resources for Families

    Wed 08 Nov 2023

    Please follow this link for some fantastic resources aimed at families. These will help in understanding and supporting children with ADHD type difficulties. There is access to an information and resource booklet for parents and carers.

  • Bag2School will be collecting from Friends of Chetwynd on Wednesday 8th November 2023

    Tue 07 Nov 2023

    Dear Parent / Guardian,

    We are pleased to announce that Friends of Chetwynd has organised a clothes & shoe collection with Bag2School to raise funds for the school.

    Bag2School is the UK’s leading textile recycler and fundraiser working with schools and since its inception in 1999 it has now paid out over £48 million.

    As well as raising vitally needed funds for Friends of Chetwynd, it also helps the environment by helping to divert unwanted textiles away from landfill. A recent DEFRA report has shown that textile collection schemes are helping to reduce the volume of textiles discarded as municipal solid waste. However, it is a fact that as a nation we still send 350,000 tonnes of textiles to landfill every year.

    By getting involved in our Bag2School collection, you have an opportunity to sort through your cupboards and wardrobes and donate unwanted textiles in the bag provided – this can include adults’ and children’s clothes, shoes (tied together please), hats, belts, handbags and soft toys, (please refer to for full details). In addition to raising much needed funds it will also raise awareness amongst the children of the benefits of recycling and reuse.

    If you fill the donation bag and still have more then you can use any other bag to donate your items and don’t forget to ask grandparents, friends and neighbours to have a sort out as well!

    Bag2School will be collecting from Friends of Chetwynd on Wednesday 8th November 2023. Please bring your bag (or bags!) to Chetwynd Junior School (drop off is by the tree near the car park inside the gates) and help us have a really good collection.

    Many thanks indeed for helping us with this unique fundraising opportunity.

    Yours faithfully

    Friends of Chetwynd

  • End of Day Arrangements

    Mon 06 Nov 2023

    We are pleased to inform you that our 'trial' collection of children at the end of the school day was a success during the last week of last half term. Therefore we will continue with the new collection arrangements.

    Please be mindful when leaving the Year 3 and 4 playground that you keep to the left of the footpath, allowing parents/carers who may be running late to gain easy access to the footpath when collecting their children.  If you have younger siblings with you please ensure that they are with you at all times.

    Thank you for your continued support.

  • FREE Online Safety Course for Parents!

    Fri 20 Oct 2023

    We are excited to announce that there will be a FREE Online Safety workshop for parents, presented by Katherine Howard from Smoothwall, on Wednesday 29th November from 7.30-8.30pm.


    Warwickshire ICT Services have invited Kat to talk to your parents about how they can keep their children safe online. Kat has been working in, and with, schools for over 18 years to develop their understanding of Online Safety and support school leadership teams to implement and embed policies, procedures, training and committees. She is passionate about the importance of online safety in schools and the wider community and provides advice and support on a day-to-day basis. 


    During this workshop, Kat will give parents lots of practical hints, tips and activities to support your young people in this environment. She will also discuss how parents can keep their knowledge about this ever changing landscape current. 


    Zoom link for the Free Online Safety for Parents Workshop on 29th November at 7.30pm.  Please find it below: