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The Christmas performances are getting nearer

This week has been an exciting week in school with the students preparing for their performance next week


They have worked hard to learn lines and songs for the performances and are looking forward to performing to an audience next week.

The children enjoyed coming to school on their pyjamas today and enjoyed the hot chocolate to warm them during the colder weather.  The chocolate donations have all been collected and will be used for the PTA chocolate tombola next week at the Christmas Fair.

At the Tea Party this week, Daniel, Jagoda and Pien enjoyed decorating and eating biscuits while discussing their favourite lessons in school as well as their plans for the upcoming holidays.

On Wednesday at 8.30am next week, we have our Parents in Partnership English workshop which will be led by Mr Barham. We encourage you to come along to find out more about how we teach our English curriculum and gain some tips on how you can support this further at home.

Kind regards,


Joanne Prabhu

Head of Primary