At Sir Alexander Fleming School we are very lucky to have good links with our local community. Local Rectors take an active role in the life of the school taking part in lessons and assemblies. We are lucky to have very strong links with our nearby residential home, Royal British Legion, food banks and CSO Officers.
Severn Walk Residential Home
Each term, Year 6 have been visiting and hosting residents of Severn Walk. They have visited with Christmas cards, spent time chatting to the residents during afternoon tea and bingo sessions within school.
Royal British Legion
KS2 work closely with the Madeley branch of the Royal British Legion taking part in the Armisitice Day service in Madeley and raising money for their charity. In 2016 the school raised £511.86.
Reverend Rosemary Freeman Local MP, Mayor of Telford and Village Green Committee
Armistice Day 2014, 2015 and 2016 Burial of Time Capsule - November 2014
Reverend Freeman talking to the Performing a baptism at St Michael's
children in RE lessons.
Reverend Lefroy blessing the Queen Reverend Lefroy officiating at the Royal Wedding
. at the coronation service.
Rev. Linda Cronin - Awards Assembly
Sutton Hill Village Green
During the past two years pupils and staff have worked with Sutton Hill Village Green Committee developing semi-neglected areas to places where all aspects of nature are encouraged for everybody’s enjoyment. This has involved planting bulbs and the burial of the time capsule on the village green.
Our police and community support officer (CSO), promote positive contact.
They take part in tag rugby sessions, attend school council meetings, assemblies and have school lunches with the children.
For the past 4 years each class has collected food for local charities (Salvation Army- KIP, Food Bank, Madeley) The school support charities whose mission is to help local people to have basic essentials to keep themselves and their families sheltered, fed, clean, clothed, warm and healthy.