Newsletter 8

Evenings. It was good s children are fortunate in having supportive and caring families who embrace all we endeavour to do in school.

FAMILY GROUP PHOTOGRAPHS
Steve Rosewell did a splendid job taking family group photographs last week. The morning photographic session ran smoothly with Steve working tirelessly to get the best possible shot of your child/ren. We look forward to receiving the proof photographs in the next few weeks.

PARENTS TALKING IN ASSEMBLY ABOUT THEIR JOBS
Evenings several of you took an information sheet regarding talking to the children in assembly, about the work you do. If you are interested in making a brief appearance, (approx. 15 minutes) we would be pleased to hear from you.

TRIM TRAIL
on 25th November. I am sure the children will enjoy watching this facility develop into what promises to be an exciting extension of facilities we have for our children.

SPONSORED OBSTACLE PURCHASES
has arrived! This is attributable to the Sponsored Obstacle Course we organised earlier this year. We have two benches for the infant area, two for the and outside working in the summer time. We researched before we purchased and are confident that this specially treated outdoor furniture will be resilient.

SAMARITANS PURSE
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CHRISTMAS PERFORMANCES (Reminders for your Diary)
Tuesday 10th December 2.15 p.m. Nursery/Reception Christmas Nativity
Wednesday 11th December 9.15 a.m. Nursery/Reception Christmas Nativity
Thursday 12th December 9.15 a.m. Year 1/Year 2 Christmas Performance
Wednesday 18th December 6.30 p.m. Key Stage 2 Carol Service in Church
(Y3,Y4,Y5,Y6)

SAFEGUARDING ISSUE
With regard to parents entering school first thing in the morning and at the end of the day, may I politely remind everyone that in the interests of safeguarding all children, parents should report to the reception area if they feel, for any reason, the need to come into school. The office staff will be happy to check with individual members of teaching staff if they are available to speak to a parent.
Alison Drayton

Headteacher

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