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Winter is in full swing and the students are taking advantage in play time

I am both delighted and relieved that, despite the raging viruses doing the rounds, the primary school has managed to stay relatively untouched.

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However, due to the number of illnesses around, I ask that you ensure that your children are wearing appropriate clothing for outside play- warm coat, ski pants, snow boots, gloves, hat and scarf. Feels like temperature has gone below -10 a few times this week resulting in the children spending their play time indoors- this was by no means doom and gloom, as I wandered around the classrooms I observed impressive fort building, competitive board game playing and some relaxed reading time. 

 

If any of you have been keeping an eye on the school's social media, you will no doubt have seen the posts from the Primary ski trip- the students have enjoyed an amazing time on the Italian slopes and will be returning this evening with many exciting tales. The teachers, on the other hand, will be returning keen for a weekend to rest their aching bones.

Wishing you all a toasty weekend ahead.

 

Best wishes,

 

Tenneille Alderton 

Acting Head of Primary

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