Good attendance is necessary for all children, research shows that children who attend school regularly and punctually perform better overall and in their later lives. Therefore, the Government expects the level of school attendance for all primary aged pupils to be no lower than 97%
There have been a lot of complaints recently regarding parking around school before and after school. Please be considerate when parking, as some parents with pushchairs have not been able to get past due to parking on corners of the streets and residents have been blocked in.
We have several children in school with severe nut allergies, which require an Epi Pen. Please do not send your child into school with any nuts or nut products e.g Nutella spread for snack or lunch, as this could be life threatening to these children.

Spring 1st Half Term 2023 Highlights

New Year Assembly- Charlie Macksey’s ‘The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse’, Martin Luther King Day, Year 2’s Poetry Anthology and Great Fire of London Writing, Class Reads, E Safety Newsletter and GHS Newsletter, Learning through Exploration, Chinese New Year, Whole School Bird Feeder Homework, Young Voices, Emotional Regulation, Eco Schools Transport Award Winners, Outdoor Learning, Number Day, Year 6 Bake Sale, French Club, Internet Safety Day and Assembly, Gender Equality Assembly, Creative Displays…

Summer Term Memories 2022

More Spring Term 2022 Memories

Making a Difference

Making a difference with Morrisons πŸŒŽπŸ’šπŸŒˆπŸπŸŒ» A group of Gorse Hall children were invited to Morrisons Dukinfield to launch the “Make Good Things Happen” support campaign in the local community. It was lovely to meet Alison and Becky who made us feel very welcome. The Mayor of Tameside, Councillor Janet Cooper, said that she had enjoyed listening to our singing β€˜I am the Earth’ and our poetry reading about Caring for our World. Well done to the children – we are very proud of you all!

Intergenerational Video

Jodie from Yellow Jigsaw Communications visited our Stitch in Time Workshop to film for Tameside’s intergenerational make a difference video. The children really enjoyed this unique experience and we are looking forward to seeing the final production. πŸŽ¬βœ‚οΈπŸ§ΆπŸ§΅