Christmas Events II 2022
As we progress through the final week of term, we want to thank parents for their support with the very challenging weather conditions. The children seem to be managing very well and we plan to continue with our events as planned.
Middle School Christmas Concert, tomorrow years 4 to 8
All children should arrive at 6.45pm to 6.50pm. The event will begin at 7.15pm and we hope to finish soon after 8.30pm. There will be no interval.
Pupils should go straight to the hall and sit in their pre-arranged seats; and should wear clean, well presented uniform. Girls should wear grey tights and can wear appropriately "school-coloured" hair accessories. All pupils should wear cardigans or jumpers, and base layers in school colours. Outdoor clothes should be left with parents.
Parking is available on the school playground and you can enter via the back door, though we will also welcome parents on foot at the front of the building. We will take a collection for Asylum Link, which is the refugee charity next door.
Christmas Assembly, Thursday 15 December 9.00 am to 9.45 am
Parents are very welcome. We will have a short Christmas message, sing together and announce housepoint and competition winners.
Upper School PE Assessment, Friday 16 December
Because of poor weather, last Friday the hockey assessment was postponed. We’re hoping to go ahead this Friday morning instead if the playing surface is improved. This activity involves year 10 and 11, as well as some of year 9 pupils. So, please ensure that pupils come to school in jogging bottoms and school PE hoodies, as well as coats and hats. They arrive back by lunch time for the Upper School party, and should bring their own clothes to get changed into. However, we will keep an eye on the weather and the conditions at the sports grounds, and will only go ahead if we feel it is safe to do so.
The Christmas fayre was very well supported and we raised over £1,100 for our projects and good cause. We trust that the children will enjoy their various parties later in the week.
May the joy of our salvation fill our hearts and minds as we celebrate the coming of Emmanuel, to seek and save a lost and broken world. May God keep us in His perfect peace as we play our part as families in His Kingdom, in these days.