COVID ANNOUNCEMENT 2021
Good evening everyone. I hope you had a positive start to the new year minus Boris’s announcement.
Unfortunately, Shiefton Supplementary School will not re-open on the 9th of January as planned.
In line with the current government guidelines and national lockdown, Shiefton Supplementary School will close its doors at Forest Fields Community Centre EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY.
Shiefton, will remain closed until at least February half term (week commencing 15th February 2021). If they are any changes to when we can open, we will inform you accordingly.
With this in mind, the FOREST FIELDS COMMUNITY CENTRE is closed.
For information, please see the Government guidance https://www.gov.uk/
Stay Safe and stay home and we hope we can see you soon.
FESTIVE SEASON HOLIDAYS 2020
Hello everyone. On Saturday the 19th of December we had our annual Christmas party.
We even had a Black Santa and an elf help give presents out to the children. Here is Santa in action!
The children, staff, Santa, and the elf had a blast! Special thanks go to Mr. Claus and his elf for helping us out.
Also, Shiefton is closed now from Saturday 26th December to Saturday 2nd January 2021.
WE RE-OPEN ON SATURDAY 9TH JANUARY 2021.
Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas if you are celebrated.
COVID 19 UPDATE (November 2020)
When the new academic year starts, we will still be observing the government guidance on Coronavirus, please head over to the Covid 19 Update page for further information.
Hello, Shiefton is now on Instagram and Facebook
Please follow and share the pages below;
Instagram = https://www.instagram.com/shiefton/
Hello! I hope everybody is staying safe in these times and settled back into school.
As it is Black History Month (October 2020), I am recommending some books that you (parents/carers) and your children can read for the rest of the academic year. I myself have personally read some of these books and cannot recommend enough!
You can buy these books on Amazon, WHS Smith & Waterstones.
- Little Leaders – Bold Women in History by Vashti Harrison (There is a male version too)
- High Rise Mystery by Sharna Jackson
- Look Up by Nathan Byron and Dapo Adeola
- Hair Love by Matthew Cherry and Vashti Harrison
- Young, Gifted and Black by Jamia Wilson and Andrea Pippins
- My Uncle and Me by Ashley Hinds and Khyree Granston
- Riley Can Be Anything by Mrs Davina Hamilton and Ms Elena Reinoso
- The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas
- Let Me Hear a Rhyme by Tiffany D. Jackson
- Not So Pure and Simple by Lamar Giles
- Calling My Name by Liara Tamani
- Orangeboy by Patrice Lawrence
- The Black Flamingo by Dean Atta
- Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi
- Purple Hibiscus by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
- Noughts and Crosses/Crossfire by Malorie Blackman
- I Am More Than Slavery by Nego True
- Queenie by Candice Carty-Williams
- Rainbow Milk by Paul Mendez
- Slay In Your Lane by Yomi Adegoke and Elizabeth Uviebinene
- Natives by Akala
- White Teeth by Zadie Smith
- The Girl With The Louding Voice by Abi Dare
- Born A Crime by Trevor Noah
Also here is a PDF of more books relating to the Windrush Generation
From 16th December 2017, the Shiefton Supplementary School has relocated to a more comfortable and spacious area.
Our location is :
Forest Fields Community Centre
Nottingham NG7 6HU
However, our phone number remains the same: 0115 9420202.
Our primary email address is also still the same: email@example.com