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Wake Up Wednesday!

Freedom Friday Group is now Wake Up Wednesday!

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Run by Mrs Ratcliffe, the group meets on a Wednesday morning in the Nursery room from 8:45 to 11am. It's a wonderful opportunity to meet new friends and try different activities.

Last year the group did lots of varied activities which included arts and crafts, gardening, trips to Ashton MIND cafe and Portland Basin on the bus. They also travelled to Manchester on the train and tram even did a bit of shopping in Primark! When the weather was nice they had had some lovely walks along the canal and been down to the river and fed the ducks. 

The group really enjoyed the outings and it was also a lovely chance to get together for a chat while having a coffee and a biscuit.

Some of the activities are good for helping with spelling and English language, they are not only having fun and enjoyment, but building theirconfidence too!

Please come along and join us next Wednesday!


Wake Up Wednesday sessions 2021-2022

11th May

Ruhela from Diversity Matters Northwest came today to do a stress management course.  It is Mental Health Awareness week.  She talked about loneliness and negative and positive thoughts about being lonely.

4th May

We had a great Eid party on Wednesday with the ladies group.  Lots of food was brought in.  It was lovely and everyone enjoyed themselves.

23rd March

We had a talk about internet safety.  All St George's parents were invited to come along and find out about internet safety for their children and themselves.  Tea & coffee was available afterwards.  The Wake up Wednesday ladies stayed and had a chat and a tasting session of homemade yogurt and toast. It was lovely.

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16th March

We had coffee and cake to start our day!  We went for a walk to Gee Cross then went down to the Town Hall to ask about a 'wedding venue' for one of the ladies.  She was very unsure about where to go.  A lady showed us the hall where they hold the weddings.

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11th March

We went to the home of Sharystan & Hellan today.  They made some lovely food and made us all feel very welcome.  We all had a great time.  Some of the ladies are going to help out at the Fairtrade Big Brew tomorrow.

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2nd March - Pancake Day

We made pancakes and had them with sugar, lemon and oranges.  We used Fairtrade sugar.  All the ladies enjoyed them. 

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16th February - Dental Health Team Talk

Two ladies from the Dental Health Tameside Team came to talk to our group and also Reception Class parents were invited too, as Reception Class will be doing a topic on 'the dentist'!

Parents were invited to stay for tea and coffee afterwards.  Some parents asked questions and there were leaflets and free samples of toothpaste, sand timers and childrens cups to take away.

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9th February - Visiting the new baby

We went to see the baby and take the gifts today.  We were overwhelmed by the feast we were presented with.  Lots of lovely food and cuddles with the baby.

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2nd February

After having our tea/coffee and fruit we walked down to Asda.  We bought baby clothes and a card for one of our ladies who attends our group regularly.

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26th January

The group were so impressed with the Startpoint Cafe at Woodley that they told other members of our group and 7 of us went again this week.  We also went into the Saver shop and did some shopping too.

19th January - Visit to a new cafe

We went to the Startpoint Café at Woodley Precinct today.

It was lovely and airy.  We had coffee and toast. The café had a chatter natter table where you could go on your own and have someone to chat to which a great idea.

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16th December - Christmas Party Day

Today we had a bit of festive fun. We all brought food and snacks including samosa's and one lady made a magnificient cake! It was a great party to celebrate Christmas and the last of our Wake Up Wednesday sessions until 2022!

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17th November

We had a guest speaker today, Ruhela from the Council came to talk about some of the services available in Tameside.  She spoke about mental health, stress, Eat Well – Live Well and also how to get help with job searches and creating a CV.  There were a few leaflets which the ladies could take at the end of the session. It was very informative!

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10th November

Today we had tea, coffee and biscuits and then went for a walk.  We put some clothes in the Islamic Relief clothing bank. Then went onto the canal under the motorway bridge.  We all went “ooooooooh” at the same time to hear our collective echo back!


3rd November

The ladies played games this morning, they enjoyed Scrabble & Jenga.


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20th October

Today we went to the harvest service outside.  It was great to see all the classes together for the service.  We went back in after for tea coffee and toast.


6th October

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22nd September

13 ladies went for a walk along the old railway track, then onto the canal.  We saw a narrow boat on the canal.  A lady was grooming her horse.  One of the ladies asked for some manure for her plants!

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St George's C of E Primary School

Diocese of ChesterChurch Street, Hyde, Cheshire SK14 1JL

Alison Oldham | School Business Manager

0161 368 2848