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Christmas is Coming

After much discussion on how to spread some Christmas joy as the end of term approaches, we have decided to run an online Christmas Fair.

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On Friday 11th December all secondary students will be working with their form tutor to contribute a Christmas activity during the afternoon. Students will also be able to “visit” other classes to see what they have produced. Codes for the specific activities in Microsoft teams’ channels will be shared with the students and I encourage you to spend the afternoon as a family visiting different classes and taking part in the activities. Some activities during the fair will have a competitive aspect and I hope to see some exciting entries that we will celebrate at the end of term assembly on Wednesday 16th December.  

Alexandra Hands

Deputy Head Pastoral