School Newsletter - 4th October

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Giving Thanks and Music and Residential !

Our Year 4 children travelled to Malbank High School last Thursday to rehearse for their special 'Singfest 2020' performance next term. They all learnt a range of new songs and I know they will be working hard to learn all of the words with Miss Morris over the coming months. I look forward to hearing their rehearsals!

Reception children's parents joined us for lunch on Thursday and it was lovely to see how confident the children were showing their parents what we do at lunchtime and I know many parents commented on the lovely food they ate. Thank you to the Kitchen Team and the Mid Day Assistants for looking after everyone so well.

Our Year 5 and 6 children headed off to Condover for their residential on Monday. They had a busy few days full of fun, team work and laughter. We welcomed them back to school on Wednesday and they were full of news and updates about their wonderful experiences and outdoor adventures. I was delighted to hear how well they have been working together whilst they have been away.

Well done to all of the children and adults who have been on this trip — you are all great ambassadors for our school!

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