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Double Celebration for Dalton School (June 2012) ...
“...the school’s Honeysuckle team in their care, guidance and support of both pupils and parents is outstanding should be a national model."
“Roles of the learning mentor Elaine Eastwood, community liaison officer Angela Beaumont and behaviour worker Linda Brook work very well together."
“As a result of this attendance at the school is outstanding."
“The four Ps of protection, presence, participation and progress are evident in both policy and practice at Dalton School and as a direct result Dalton provides a good level of education for the pupils, parents and the community in which it is situated.”
Read more: Examiner http://www.examiner.co.uk/neighbourhood-news/dalton-newsome-almondbury/community-news/2012/06/19/double-celebration-for-dalton-school-86081-31211248/#ixzz2M8WhAcCn
Dalton School takes action over dirty dogs
Parents and children from Dalton School have been working with Kirklees officials to tackle the problem of dog fowling in the area.
The scheme, which has seen the placing of 18 poop scoop dispensers in the area, is to let the dog fouling offenders know that they are being observed and they will be reported if they fail to clean up after their pets.
Parents say they are fed up with encountering dog fouling on a daily basis and they are being pro-active in helping to resolve this.
The Dog Warden Service and Police Community Support Officers are carrying out regular patrols and anyone found to be committing an offence by not cleaning up after their dog will be served with a fixed penalty notice. Dog owners should make sure they have bags to clean up immediately their dog fouls.
Mrs Gillian Lindop said: “I am very impressed how parents have taken on the responsibility of helping the community by being vigilant and restocking the dispensers.
Read More http://www.examiner.co.uk/news/local-west-yorkshire-news/2012/07/24/dalton-school-takes-action-over-dirty-dogs-86081-31458140/#ixzz25ml8iez3