Class Photos

Class photos are available at a cost of £5 each.  If you would like to purchase your child’s class photograph, please send money in an envelope with your child’s name and class clearly written on the front.  Please also state how many photos you would like to order.


The deadline for orders will be Friday 7th January 2022.  Please note that we will not be able to take any further orders after this date.

Christmas Care Packages

As you are aware, every Christmas we aim to support the local community in the form of care packages.

This festive season, we aim to bless residents of local care homes in and around Neath Port Talbot.  We would like to ensure each vulnerable resident can be bless with a care package, kindly donated by you and your family.  This year, the need to support those that are vulnerable is greater than ever before. So, each gift will be greatly appreciated.

A few suggestions to help you fill your care package:

  • Chocolates / biscuits / treats
  • Warm socks / bed slippers
  • Cosy blanket or water bottle
  • Lip balm and hand cream
  • Face cloth / soap
  • Note / card written from you

Please can you pack your care package and hand it into the school office by the first week of December so that they can be distributed in time for Christmas. 


Children in Need 2021

Join us for a big fun BBC Children in Need Day!

On Friday 19th November 2021, we will have ‘Spotty Friday’ – all in support of  support Children in Need.   Send in your donations via ParentPay or in with your child.

Children will be joining in for whole day of fun, learning and feel good fundraising!

They will join Joe Wicks for a special workout quiz to test both their fitness and their minds on Appeal morning! Check out the sneak peek teaser below.

For further information go to:


Rights Respecting Schools

We are currently working really hard towards our Silver Rights Respecting Schools Award (RSSA).

Each class has a Children’s Rights representative who will attend meetings to learn about the Articles and to feed back information to their classes.  For more information on this and our other pupil voice groups, please visit our Pupil Voice page.

Please click on the following link to a parent’s guide to the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC):


Rights Respecting Schools – Carrick Knowe Primary School

Harvest Food Bank Donations

In the lead up to our annual Harvest celebrations, we are collecting items that we can donate to our local food bank.  We are grateful for any donations you are able to make of the following:

Tinned food e.g.

  • Potatoes
  • Tomatoes
  • Carrots
  • Fish (all varieties)
  • Custard
  • Corned Beef

Dry items e.g.

  • Long-life milk
  • Coffee
  • Tea
  • Long-life juice
  • Squash
  • Biscuits

Toiletries e.g.

  • Sanitary towels
  • Roll-on deodorant
  • Soaps
  • Face cloths

These are just suggestions.  If you are able to donate other items, please feel free to do so to support this worthy cause.