What an exciting week. I love Christmas. Our EYFS and Key Stage 1 pupils all performed the Nativity and what a spectacular show they put on. If you missed it, it is on our Facebook page.
Christmas dinner yesterday, with our Christmas jumper day was a good giggle. The children had loads of fun and a special thank you to the kitchen staff, Miss Harris and Mrs Parmenter for a wonderful job! The food was amazing.
As you are aware, restrictions are increasing nationally from today and more on Monday. This does not have an impact on what we are doing in school as we are already in bubbles, facemasks must be worn if you come in to school, and break times and lunch times are split.
One week to go and hopefully we can all have an illness free Christmas 🎄
If your child develops any symptoms, please make sure that you keep them off school and book a PCR test, this way we are keeping everyone safe.
Stars of the Week
|Oscar P & Zayn S 🤩
|Alyssa S & Grace W 🤩
|William S & Oliver S 🤩
|James W & Amelle D 🤩
|Jakub K & Aurora-Joan C 🤩
|Samuel W & Callum H 🤩
|Thor T & Zachary M 🤩
|Iona A & Aston OB 🤩
|Key Stage 1
|Louis F, Niamh C, Tristan B, & Charlie A
|Lower Key Stage 2
|Isla-Rose S, Bobby A, Sade C, Aurora-Joan CM
|Upper Key Stage 2
Attendance: Year 2 are this week's winners, well done.
Our Y3/4 pupils and Y5/6 pupils will be putting on their Christmas performance. This will be live on Zoom and Facebook. You should get a message with time and a link from the class teacher's.
Spelling Bee. This is always good fun and children enjoy being entered for the competition.
Thank you for all your support, I am of course on my email all weekend should you need to report any positive cases, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have a great weekend.