Community

Our Town (after Hundertwasser) - Year 2 - acrylic, pastel and collage on canvas

The top of this page has information about services and opportunities to make a positive contribution in the local area.

Scroll down for links to information on days out and places to visit.

Northwich is a great place to live, situated in the most biodiverse area of Cheshire there are walks around the Marshall's Arm (on our doorstep), around Northwich Woodlands, Marbury Park and Anderton. It is also close to three very different cities: the ancient city of Chester; Liverpool with it's magnificent historic buildings and Manchester, rich in industrial heritage.

Below are links to services, and information about days out, activities and learning in the community. We hope you find it useful.

27th February will be interesting for anyone with experience of or an interest in Autistic Spectrum.

We made work for the PC information boards at two of the Kingsmead ponds, celebrating biodiversity at our feet.

Northwich Library offers reading material for children of all ages.

Bistro opening times.pdf

Many of our pupils go on to study at SJD before moving on to university, apprenticeships or or work.

The New Wittonian is the official newspaper of SJD and some ex-pupils make an appearance. SJD students can be found here in school where they make a positive contribution as reading mentors, leading drama and Science workshops and even giving the occasional music recital!

Sir John Deane's Sixth Form College run a range of activities for children, including holiday activity clubs.


Most of Kingsmead's children move on to Leftwich High. Leftwich High students return each Summer to help with Sports Day and the High School hosts a number of sport competitions for the Vale Royal School Sports Partnership. We also enjoy a biannual concert with the High School where musicians at Kingsmead meet the County High School Leftwich Band and many of our old musicians.


Cheshire

explorers 18-19.pdf
1st/8th/15th February Little Lions Explorer club 9.15-10.15am £3.0019/20 February Salt Sack Printing. 10.30 till 12.30 and 2-4pm drop-in £2.00
Victorian Toys 20/21 February 10am till 4pm £2.00 a childDon’t forget our Chinese New Year on the 9th February 2-4pm £1.80 per child.

further afield

William Kentridge - a jewel of a show by South African artist which could have cost you over £20 in London but is at the Whitworth for free. If going with children make time to watch the film at the end - surreal and I am sure children would love it.