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Below you’ll find the news items that featured in last week’s email newsletter.
Newsletter sent Monday 23rd of November 2020
The tea towels with pupil self-portraits have now arrived, so if you have ordered one (or more) they will be brought home by your child today (Monday 23rd November).
There are a few spare tea towels still available which we have put in the School Money shop for sale if you didn’t pre-order one but would now like to buy one. There is limited stock and we will be unable to reorder more.
Thank you to everyone who has supported us by buying a tea towel – you have helped raise funds for use in school, which is so appreciated.
The FOPPS “Lockdown Recipe Book” is here!
Join us to celebrate this unique keepsake of the delicious recipes that have sustained us through the 2020 lockdown.
We have been working hard to get the recipe book ready in time for Christmas and we are delighted to announce it is ready to pre-order!
EARLY BIRD OFFER!
Copies ordered by Thursday the 26th of November are just £6
and you will be entered into a raffle to win a hamper of delights!
From Friday 27th of November each recipe book will cost £8 or three for £18.
Payments can be made via School money (in the shop) or via cash or cheque through the school office.
Thank you so much for supporting our school!
Disclaimer: Please be aware not all recipes submitted will feature in the recipe book due to the page limit.
Mr Langford has used a computer random number generator and announced in our collective (MS Teams) Golden Achiever Assembly that Louise P (Room 8) has won the giant Pudsey Bear! Congratulations Louise!
In addition to the giant Pudsey Bear, we also had two small Pudsey Bears as runners up prizes. Mr Langford used his ‘random number generator’ again and the two runners up are Albert L-S (Room 5) and Aria B (Room 5).
Thank you so much to everyone who supported all our Children in Need fundraising efforts, every little really does help, and we really appreciate your support for this charity. In total, together we raised £405 this year!
Rhys Davies (year 5) held a bake sale and has raised £50.91 for the Harry Johnson Trust. What fantastic initiative and fundraising efforts – well done, Rhys!
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