By Webteam - 4th February 2018 6:07am
Another Busy Week Full of News!
Our EYFS and Key Stage 1 children have headed to Chester Zoo today to investigate Rain-forests and habitats. I am sure they will have a fabulous time and learn lots to use back at school in their classrooms.
Thanks once again to Friends of Audlem St James for funding the cost of the coaches for today's trip so all the children can enjoy this trip free of charge.
Children across school have been busy enjoying 'Prayer Spaces' over the last few days. Thank you to Mrs Kay and Reverend Rachael who created some wonderful spaces in school for the children to explore what prayer is in a fun and interactive way. The activities gave the children the opportunity to reflect on a range of issues including how they feel about themselves and others and their aspirations in life. A wonderful experience for all involved!
Friends of Audlem St James
The next Friends meeting will take place at 9.30am on Monday 12th February at Farm Made Tearoom in the village.
Please do attend if you can.
A reminder that Friend's next event will be Film Night for all of the children on Wednesday 28th February from 4.30pm — 6.30pm. Please look out for more details about this very popular event coming soon. Please note the date printed on last week's newsletter was incorrect — the Film Night will take place on 28th February and NOT in March. Apologies for any confusion caused.
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