_MG_3372Local Links

At Grange-over-Sands CofE Primary School, we are very proud of our links within the local community…

St Pauls Church, Grange over Sands

Each week Canon Nick Ash from St Paul’s Church visits the school for worship and the school hold a service at the end of each term at St Pauls Church. Church members also support the school holding after school clubs and craft activities each term. For the younger children the church hold a playgroup on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month from 1.30pm – 3pm in the church room, all are welcome, just turn up.


Edward Bear

This is a special ‘club’ for the 0-5 year olds with their Mums, Dads, Grandparents and/or carers, centred round a large teddy bear called ‘Edward Bear’ . The idea originated from the Mothers’ Union in Chelmsford, and is open to anyone in Grange. The Club meets on the first and third Tuesdays in church for a short period of ‘worship’, and then moves to the Meeting Room for crafts, drinks and a time for play/chat.

http://www.grangepcc.homecall.co.uk/bear.htm#Edward Bear Club

Grange & District Chamber of Trade

The Chamber of Trade supports businesses in the local area and have made a donation to the school this year to enable us to purchase a Magnifying Post for our Wild Area. This year they will be hosting a Christmas Extravaganza on 3rd December across the town.


The Club is active in the community and beyond. They support First Responders and support the school with their Fairtrade work.


Grange Rotary Club

Each year the Rotary Club provide dictionaries for the Year 4 children to use in school and to take with them when they leave in Y6.  Children in our School Council are members of Rotakids and work hard with Mr Thompson and Mrs Jamieson to take action for others.


Probus Club

Probus clubs worldwide work to provide regular gartherings to those retired or semi retired business or professional men who, in retirement, appreciate and value opportunities to meet others in similar cicumstances and of a similar level of interest. Each year the Grange Probus club make a donation to the school to buy books for our children with 100% attendance over the previous academic year.

Michelle Jurd Memorial Trust

The Michelle Jurd Memorial Trust was set up by Michelle’s husband Neil after her death in 2009. The charity raises money to promote adventurous training and extra curricular arts activities in local schools, and also gives money to service charities –including the RAF Benevolent Fund, Not Forgotten Association and the Gurkha Welfare Trust.  To date the charity has raised over £50,000 and very generously makes donations to local schools and to date this funding has been used within our school to fund our Castle Head Activity Day, Clogging Workshops and trips to Chillfactore – lots of exciting activities which perhaps our children wouldn’t take part in otherwise.  The MJMT Ball is taking place on 19th November in 2016 -please join us for a fun night and a worthwhile cause.

Grange Fell Care Day

Grange-over-Sands Fell Care Day, took place  across five woodland sites, and was  hosted by the Morecambe Bay Limestones and Wetlands Nature Improvement Area together with Friends of the Lake District.  Our Year 6 class were among the many volunteers who undertook a variety of woodland conservation work including coppicing, dry stone walling, path repair, scrub and invasive species removal to restore woodland habitats. The work will benefit a range of birds and plants, as well as rare butterflies such as High Brown and Pearl Bordered fritillaries, and the wax cap fungi.


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National Links

Save the Children -We took part in Den Day

Den Day for Save the Children

Den Day for Save the Children



Global Links

The Pahar Trust, Nepal

The Pahar Trust is a British based charity and was registered in 1993. Its main focus is raising the funds necessary and co-ordinating the construction of schools in remote areas of East and West Nepal.  http://www.pahar-trust.org/#!about_us/csgz

Chris Hughes (Pahar Trust) visited the school to talk about the building of Sikles Primary School, Nepal (our International Link School).  The children enjoyed looking at some amazing photographs and asking lots of questions about Nepal.




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