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5th October 2013 @ 6:06am – by Webteam
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The following items are from this week's school newsletter:

Harvest Preparations

School has been full of Harvest songs, poems and prayers this week as the children and staff prepare for our special service at St James' Church next Monday. It has been wonderful to hear the energy and enthusiasm in each class as everyone has been sharing ideas about this special time of year. I am sure the service will be a wonderful celebration of all of their hard work.

As you will know from my letter earlier this week, our School Council have chosen Shelter as the charity to help as part of our Harvest work this year. I have been tremendously impressed with the thought and care members of the School Council have given to this decision and I know the families who will benefit from the donation bags sent into school will be very grateful for this.


The Spooky Disco is FASA's next event. This will take place on Sunday 27th October at the Scout and Guide Hut in Audlem.

The Key Stage One disco will be from 4.00pm – 5.15pm, this is for 3-7 year olds but all under 4s must be accompanied by an adult. The Key Stage Two disco will run from 5.30pm – 7.00pm.

Admission will be £2.00 but booking places is advisable as places are limited. Please contact Lorna Saunders (07801238819) or Deborah Varley (07940914639) to book a place.

Brine Leas Open Day and Evening

Brine Leas are holding an open day and evening for prospective parents and children. This event will be held on Wednesday 9th October. For further information please contact Brine Leas direct on 01270 625663 or at

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