Friday, 10 February 2012

I am quite relieved that the weather has allowed us to get through this week. Even though it snowed again last night we all managed to get home safely from the disco and get back again this morning for the last day before half term. All the staff were determined to get in as it is Mrs Cotton’s last day and we were all wanted to share it with her. She has been a real asset to the school but as well as that she has been a lovely person to work with and we will all miss her terribly. I am sure though that she will visit us in the future so we will be able to see how she is doing.


As I mentioned earlier it was the PTA Valentine’s discos last night and all who attended seemed to have a good time. I would like to thank all the PTA members and staff who worked so hard to help make the night such a success and I would like to apologise again to the poor parent who nearly had her eye taken out by me during musical bumps. Even though I nearly accidently maimed her for life it still was not enough to win a prize as the Year 6 were judging the event and they were sticklers for judging the event fairly and took no injuries into account!

Hopefully the weather will not be too bad during half term so we can all have a nice break because when we come back we have quite a lot happening in school. On February 23rd we will be having the ‘Governor’s Breakfast ‘and if you would like to attend and have not returned your slip to inform us please do so straight after half – term. The week after that are the parent consultations and during that week we will also have a Book Fair in school. You will be able to purchase books from this at the end of the school day. During that week is also ‘World Book Day’ and we will be sending letters home after half term of what we will be doing in school on that day.

I hope you all enjoy the holiday and I look forward to seeing you all back on Monday, February 20th.

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