By Webteam - 21st July 2019 6:07am
What follows is an extract from the full Newsletter which can be seen by clicking on the PDF file under the photo.
The Newsletter also contains a farewell message from Rebecca Jewitt, Headteacher, as she moves to take charge of a larger school. AudlemOnline sends its best wishes in her new venture.
Our Open Morning and Evening this week was a lovely chance for children to share their work and achievements from the year with parents and carers. It was wonderful to see families sharing this special time together and to reflect on the progress the children have made in a wide range of curriculum areas.
Thank you to PCSO Nick and PC Marson for taking the time to attend both sessions to be on hand for parents and carers to meet and speak to whilst they were in school.
Our Year 6 children have treated their relatives and the staff and children in school to a wonderful Leaver's Assembly this week. They combined acting, dancing and singing skills to showcase their wonderful enthusiasm and energy. It was a delight to watch their confident performances and it was a real credit to themselves, staff and their families that they had so much to celebrate after all of their hard work this year and throughout their primary years.
We will miss them all as they move on to High School and I am sure they will be wonderful members of their new school communities. I wish them all lots of luck, happiness and success in all they do.
There were more talents on show in school yesterday as children from across school shared some of their skills ranging from dance, piano playing and gymnastics to magic, singing and hula hooping as part of our Talent Show.
Thank you to all of the children who contributed to this.
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