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Some items of interest from the latest St James School Newsletter

#Santa Parade and Big Switch On
A wonderful time was had by all last Thursday and a total of £380 was raised. Thank you to everyone who came along to support.

#IEB drop-in
The next drop-in is on Monday 5th December from 2pm to 5pm in the Rainbow Room. Please note an appointment is not necessary.

#Year 5 
An unexpected, but welcome, increase in pupil numbers since September has led to a small reorganisation of Year 5 pupils.

#Family Support Worker 
The Nantwich Education Partnership has appointed a new Family Support Worker, Mr Ian Murfitt. His role is to support families in any element of family life. Please feel free to use this excellent service and rest assured that all correspondence and referrals will be treated with the utmost professional courtesy and in complete confidence.

If you consider at any time that this service could be of benefit to you, please do contact the school.





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