Today, Mrs Rulon-Miller talked to the nursery and school about Thanksgiving Day. She brought in many artifacts that she had as a child in America.
Today, Sea Legs Puppet Theatre came and entertained the nursery and school. The one man show entertained us for 60 minutes and the show was enjoyed by all age groups even the adults! The scenery and puppets were amazing, we will definitely invite them back for another show.
If you are interested in a place in our primary please let Mrs Everley know.
Helena is growing up and is now Miss April in the Shakespeare Puppies Calendar 2018. On Sale in our entrance.
On Friday 17th November we were spectacular with our Children in Need Spotacular. We all had lots of fun dancing to 80’s music and raised a massive £276.60.
Today, the primary children organised a charity event in support of the Buddy Bag Foundation. Last July, they packed the Buddy Bags and it made them all realise just how lucky they were. They have sent home letters and a tube of Smarties.
The foundation was set up in response to the rising number of children who enter emergency care after fleeing violent situations at home. Restoring a sense of safety and security into a child’s life during a traumatic time is one of the first steps to recovery.
If you can start collecting pound coins in your Smartie box we would very much appreciate it.
You have to the end of the Summer Term as we know £25.00 is a lot to ask from each family.
Thank you from all the primary children
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Every Tuesday morning the KS2 pupils have sports at Northleigh School. Their skills are developing by the week. This week they developed their hockey skills.
We had lots of fun for Halloween, we painted, cut, coloured and dressed up!
We have now returned after a restful Half Term.
Can I remind you to fill your Bags 2 School and bring them back no later than Friday 3rd November.
If anyone has not returned their Children in Need sponsorship money, please can it be returned ASAP. Deadline Friday 17th November.
If any of you want to pack your shoebox gift for Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child these need to be returned by Thursday 16th November.
Thank you all for your continued support
Once again we dusted off our wellies and walking boots and went off on our rambles on Tuesday 17th October. The children of all ages were absolutely brilliant and already the money is coming in. The youngest age group rambled in Henley stopping off at the Fire Station. The pre-schoolers, Reception and Year 1 rambled on and around the Mount and the KS2 girls rambled along the towpath between Lowsonford and Preston Bagot. Well Done to all!