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Middleport Pottery Visit

On 15th September, Year One were visited by staff from Middleport pottery as part of their local area topic. They learned all about its history and how it has changed over the years.

Family Forum

Our fabulous Family Forum has re started Autumn Term 2022!. The Family Forum is a group of family members (Nanas and Grandads welcome!), staff and governor representatives who meet termly to discuss matters that affect them, the school and their children. Tea and biscuits always available!  Keep an eye out for updates if you are interested in joining our group.

Visits from local NHS professionals

During the last few weeks of term we planned for a variety of NHS professionals to talk to the children about aspirational careers. These ranged from doctors, midwives, mental health practitioners and general medicine practitioners. Some of our plans did not take place due to COVID but Nursery and Reception classes enjoyed learning about what it was like being a GP when they were visited by Lisa Williams. They asked lots of questions and found out lots of interesting facts. 

Jonathan Gullis M.P.

Year Three had the opportunity to interview Conservative M.P. for Stoke on Trent North on 25th June. They prepared some very thoughtful questions and Mr Gullis gave them a very interesting insight into the life of a member of parliament. 

Lord Mayor's Visit

On the 10th June we were visited by the Lord Mayor of Stoke on Trent Cllr Chandra Kanneganti. Goldenhill was the first school he had visited since becoming Mayor and he said that the school and the children were very nice. He was very impressed with the school, especially with how clean and tidy it was. He spent some time with our Year Four pupils who had prepared questions for him and he gave some interesting insights into the life of a Lord Mayor. 

Goldenhill Reflects

Goldenhill Primary had a mention on Facebook in the Spring Term from Cllr Chandra Kanneganti who commented on our 'Goldenhill Reflects' daffodils on the fence outside school. He posted a photo of them and said:

'Good to see this from Goldenhill Primary Academy who made this to remember those we lost unfortunately due to Covid-19. Proud to see the community spirit of Goldenhill and Sandyford residents.