What a brilliant morning! How proud I felt of our pupils this morning when they went to sing for the clients at the Community Coffee shop at Cantley Methodist Church. Their singing was excellent. Clear diction (no mumbling) nice and loud so everyone could hear and bright smiling faces. No one could doubt that the pupils were thoroughly enjoying singing and the faces of the clients reflected the same enjoyment in listening. The songs were the ones from the young voices event at Sheffield Arena in January and although Mrs Snow said they hadn’t had much time to sing them since then, you would never have known. The song sheets were soon disregarded as they remembered the words and sang with enthusiasm. The behaviour and manners of the pupils was impeccable both on the walk there and back and while at the church and we already have an invite for next year.
Remember to book your Parents’ Evening slot through Parentmail for next week.
We are planning to re-open the school tomorrow unless there is any unforeseen large changes in the weather.
Many thanks for your patience and understanding.
Parents! School closed tomorrow? Bring your kids to ‘Biggest Book Show on Earth’ . Free event! 10am for 10:30am start. Meet these great authors, buy a book, get it signed!
Due to the bad weather forecast tonight and to try and minimize disruption we have decided that the school will be closed tomorrow, Thursday 1st March. Thank you for your patience and understanding both today and for tomorrow. With the constantly changing forecasts during the day it has been difficult for us to predict what the best course of action needs to be. By making an earlier decision we hope it will help you to make suitable arrangements for tomorrow. We will contact you during the day tomorrow about Friday but predict that we should be able to open again if the forecast does not change.
Thank you so much for supporting the Book Fair.
We now have £165 worth of books for your children to enjoy in school.
Thank you for all your help and support with the Christmas Fair. We have made a record breaking £3,000 and the money is still coming in.
We’ll let you know how we spend the fundraising. Initial ideas from children and staff are to buy new reading books and to develop the garden quad.
Reckitt Benckiser have kindly donated lots of cleaning products for us to sell at our Christmas Fair. All products will be on sale for £3 or less. Grab yourself a bargain!!
Christmas Concert Letters are being sent home tonight. Concerts will take place during the week of 11th December.