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Welcome to the Year of the Rabbit. We have had a lovely time, listening to Chinese stories and songs. On Thursday, we dressed in red, had a fantastic Chinese lunch, spent time working through our "Year of the Rabbit," activity booklets and colouring New Year pictures for our class windows. We hope everyone celebrating the Chinese New Year has a wonderful time.

At 11 o'clock this morning, the children of KS1 gathered by the allotment to observe the Remembrance Day 2 minute silence. Each class had made a wreath, which was placed by the tree, to honour all the people and animals who have fought to protect our country.

Huge congratulations to Alexi Mia, who won the Edward Mellor Halloween colouring competition. I think that jar of sweets will last you until Christmas. Well done Alexi Mia.laugh

We really enjoyed performing our Harvest Assembly. Year 2 sang Harvest Samba and Thank you God for the Harvest. Thank you for all the Harvest food donations that have been sent in, they are very much appreciated.

What a great day we had, celebrating International Pirate's Day. We all looked super fierce and piratey. We did many Pirate activities throughout the day, we were also left a treasure hunt by Jim Lad, who's a character in the class book we're reading. We solved the clues and found our treasure, a book and chocolate coins, in the allotment shed. X certainly did mark the spot.

Welcome back, to the start of the Autumn term. Our P.E. days this half term will be Tuesday and Wednesday. Please send a P.E. kit into school that can stay in your child's locker. Homework will be sent out on Friday to be returned the following Friday. Please can you make sure names or initials are somewhere on your child's uniform and water bottle. Free fruit will still be provided at morning break. 

Thank you for your continued support

Miss Haygarth and Mrs Pace