News w/e 25th Nov 22
Football Fever: On Monday 21st November, those who wanted to, enjoyed watching England’s start to their World Cup campaign. The dining hall was decorated with flags from countries around the world and the children were able to enjoy hot dogs for lunch. With England firmly in control at half time, it was time for a treat – chocolate chip cookies for all!
NSPCC Assemblies: On Wednesday 23rd November, our Key Stage 1 and 2 children participated in assemblies provided by the NSPCC entitled “Speak out. Stay safe.” The children were introduced to a character called Buddy and they were given the challenge to think about things that might be a concern to them. The children were also encouraged to think of some specific adults who they could speak to if they did have a worry or if they did not feel safe.
Children in Need: We would like to say a huge thank you to everyone for your support for Children in Need. The merchandise, which included Pudsey ears, wristbands and badges raised £263.75 and the non-uniform day raised £175.98. Thank you to everyone for your support.