On Monday 26th September 2016 Delves Junior School will be closed for staff training. We will reopen as normal on Tuesday 27th September.
We would like to remind parents that, for the safety of our children, they need to park safely. Enforcement officers will be around school for the next few weeks looking for inconsiderate parking and will be issuing penalty charge notices of £70. You can read further advice on parking on the attached images.
The school photographer will be visiting on Tuesday 13th September. Family group photos can be taken from 8:30 am at the junior school. All children will have their photograph taken during the school day.
Back to School tomorrow (Tuesday 6th September)! School will be open at 8.55 am tomorrow, we’re looking forward to welcoming everyone back and greeting our new Year 3 children. It’s time to check that you’ve got everything ready for tomorrow – PE kit ? Book bag ? Lunch box? Dinner money ?
The Chasewater Railway in Brownhills runs a steam train service every weekend and on bank holidays, and a diesel service on Thursdays throughout August. Chasewater is a nature reserve with a large reservoir, with lots of wildlife to see.
The round trip takes 45 minutes, with trains leaving Brownhills West at 11am, 12.15, 13.30, 14.45 (Thursdays) with an additional 16.00 service at weekends and on Bank Holiday Monday. Adults £4.95, children £3.95, Family (Family group of 4 – 2 Adults max) £12.95
Further information at www.chasewaterrailway.co.uk
Located on Pershore Road, two miles south of Birmingham City Centre, Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park homes a wide range of animals, We are currently full members of BIAZA (British and Irish Association of Zoos and Aquaria) and full members of EAZA (European Association of Zoos and Aquaria). Through these associations we are proactive participants in a number of high profile EEP’s (European Endangered species Programmes). Some species we are working with are critically endangered in the wild ( Aloatran Gentle Lemurs, Yellow Breasted Capuchin Monkeys, Northern Bald Ibis, Utila Island Iguanas, Cotton Topped Tamarins). We are also raising awareness of the plight of species and their habitats through various initiatives such as the ‘cans for corridors’ campaign. Our new name reflects the fact that we are now focused on helping to save endangered species through involvement in the EEP captive breeding programmes and highlight the plight of the world’s biodiversity through our signage, educational talks and campaigns.
Whether you are interested in animal conservation or just having a fun day out with the family, Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park offers something for everyone. Come and see the exciting and fun animals. We’re nearer than you think!
Visit us at feeding time! – a chance to observe our animal keepers feeding a variety of the animals – great photo opportunity!
Find out more details at www.birmingham.gov.uk/naturecentre
Walsall Leisure Centres offer swimming at Walsall Gala Baths, Darlaston Leisure Centre and Oak Park Leisure Centre. More details are available at Walsall Leisure Services.
Chasewater Country Park
Birches Valley Forest Centre (near Rugeley) is an excellent starting point for an exhilarating day out on Cannock Chase. From the Midlands best bike trails and woodland walks to adventure play and the amazing Go Ape we’ve got a great day out just waiting for you…