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Anti-Social Driving & Abandoned Vehicles – Operation Crackdown

Operation Crackdown is a joint initiative run by the Sussex Safer Roads Project and the Sussex Police which gives the Sussex community an opportunity to report specific instances of anti-social  driving/riding as well as any abandoned vehicles left on the road.

Should you witness any anti-social driving outside our school and wish to report it, please contact Operation Crackdown:

Operation Crackdown

Thanks from Horsham District Foodbank

From: Horsham District Foodbank 
Sent: 25 July 2019 14:33
To: Office 
Subject: Your Recent Foodbank Donation

Dear all at Arunside School

Thank you so much for your recent donation to Horsham District Foodbank. We are so grateful for your generosity.

You donated a fantastic 186.95 KGs of food. This equates to approximately 445 meals! This would feed a family of four for just over a month!

A simple parcel of food could make a big difference. Our foodbank is a project run from Horsham Matters, supported by local churches and community groups, working together towards stopping hunger in Horsham District.

Thanks once again for your generosity and we look forward to working with you in the future.

Kindest regards

Helen Tilley

Foodbank Communications Volunteer

Horsham District Foodbank


School Council – Food Bank Collection


The School Council will be collecting tinned and packaged food for the local foodbank. 

We have pledged to support the Horsham District Foodbank which helps local people in crisis. 

The School Council will be collecting food from Monday 1st July to Friday 5th July 2019.

Please hand the food into your class school councillors. 

Please donate any tinned or packaged food.

Welcome To Our New Website

A big thank you to rainbowworks for helping us to create our new website, which we think will be of real benefit to our school community. We can’t wait to get started adding all the latest news and information and showing you what we’re getting up to in class!

The website is optimised for mobile and tablet devices so that you can now easily stay update wherever you are. You can now also leave comments and feedback on any news articles to show your encouragement and support and help strengthen our school community.  

If you have any feedback or comments about the new website we welcome you to post them below…