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School Closed for Polling Day

Thursday 3rd May:

May Day : Wear something Blue (Non-Uniform)

Friday 4th May :

Monday 7th May :

School Closed May Bank Holiday

Thursday 10th May :

Parents Invite :KSI Celebration Assembly 14.40 - 15.00

Friday 11th May :

3H Class Assembly 14.30 - 15.00

Monday 14th May - Thursday 17th May :

Year 6 SATs Week

Thursday 17th May :

Parents Invite :KSII Celebration Assembly 14.40 - 15.00

Friday 18th May :

3N Class Assembly 14.30 - 15.00

Thursday 24th May :

Parents Invite :KSI Celebration Assembly 14.40 - 15.00

Friday 25th May :

4B Class Assembly 14.30 - 15.00

Friday 25th May :

School breaks up for half-term

Good Shepherd

CAFOD

NSPCC

Shoebox

SVP

Harvest Appeal

Lenten Bun Sale

in aid of the Good Shepherd

What does CAFOD do?

CAFOD stands for the Catholic Agency For Overseas Development. They are an international development charity and the official aid agency of the Catholic Church in England and Wales.

 

They stand beside people living in poverty – whatever their religion or culture. Through local Church partners they help people directly in their own communities, and campaign for global justice, so that everyone can reach their full potential.

 

Coppers for CAFOD

 

During Advent, the whole school will be collecting “Coppers for CAFOD”. The children have been asked to bring in “coppers” during Advent (which started Monday, 27th November), which on their

own have little  value, but when combined turn into a significant collection.

 

NSPCC Sponsors

This year the shoeboxes are going to children in The Philippines.  Thank you again you have been so generous

After sharing the story of the Good Samaritan, Jesus said “Go and do likewise.” That is the mission of Samaritan’s Purse – to follow the example of Christ by helping those in need and proclaiming the hope of the Gospel.

 

Samaritan’s Purse is an international relief and development organisation that works through local churches to proclaim and demonstrate the love of God amongst communities in Africa, Eastern Europe and Central Asia. We are part of the global Samaritan’s Purse family that has been providing spiritual and physical aid to hurting people around the world since 1970. Samaritan’s Purse also has offices in the USA, Canada, Germany, and Australia.

 

Harvest Festival

What a fantastic festival and celebration we have had today!  KS1 and EYFS made me so proud this morning with their amazing singing and confident speaking.  Every class has shared their learning and all the children made the staff and visitors smile from ear to ear with their performances.

KS2 put on a brilliant show – with amazing singing and confident performances.  The Mini Vinnies were fantastic at leading us through our assembly and I really enjoyed hearing about the different things the children had learned about Harvest.

 

I was so proud of how the children performed and they were a fantastic audience when watching the other classes.  Every child was a credit!

 

I want to thank all the children and staff for their hard work in developing their class performance and I look forward to the next festival we can celebrate altogether.

 

Another huge thank you has to go to all the families that have donated food for our collection, I am overwhelmed with the generosity and can’t wait to share it with our two charities.  Our hall looks amazing – what a great achievement!

 

 

A huge thank you to all the Mini Vinnies who have been helping all week to gather in the donations that have helped to create our wonderful display.

 

 

Thank you to all parents and grandparents who managed to attend KS1/EYFS or KS2 Harvest festival today, it meant a lot to the children that you were able to attend.  Your feedback is fabulous and I have picked out a few to share below. For those of you who were unable to attend, we have also put together a highlights film for you to have a look at.

Thank you for the continued support of both the school and our wonderful children,

Miss Hayes

Deputy Headteacher

KS1 comments:

 

“I thought the Harvest Festival today was fantastic and all the kids did such an amazing job. Look at all THE FOOD!”

 

“Well organised, lovely assembly focused on the children and their achievements.”

“Thank you for a lovely assembly. Beautiful singing.”

 

“Lovely prayers, readings and songs. Nice to see all the donations displayed at the front.”

You’ve worked hard. The children were amazing.”

 

“A lovely assembly! So nice to hear the songs and readings from all classes. We always love being included.”

 

“Excellent performance. Lovely and welcoming.”

 

KS2 comments:

 

“All the children were fantastic.”

 

“Fantastic performance, lovely confident reading and lovely singing.”

 

“All the children did a great job and you could tell they had all worked hard.”

 

“Well done KS2!  Brilliant work shared and the songs were beautifully sung by all.”

 

“Good assembly, lovely singing, well organised, everyone involved, good songs.”

 

“great presentation! Glad you used the microphone! Lots of hard work for the kids and teachers. Great job!”

 

“Very jolly celebration, lovely singing. Well done!”

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