The queues formed early first thing this morning. Our final performance of the Nativity was our best yet and everyone worked so hard to ‘pull out all the stops’. The extra Covid precautions put in place did not deter family and friends who came to show their support. It really was an emotional experience and I am pleased to say the event was recorded and we will be sharing a link with parents.
Last night we enjoyed an informal music concert where children perform, often for the first time, in a supportive, and slightly more relaxed environment. We are fortunate to have a highly committed group of talented peripatetic music teachers who know how to make their lessons fun and engaging! The standard was high throughout and many have been selected to play in our Formal Music Concert tonight at 7pm. Thank you to Mrs Nolan-Stone and Mr Vanburgh for organising the concerts.
Thank you to the PTFA for the Christmas Fayre event last night. It was a lovely festive evening, and our thanks also to Mrs Hansen who worked hard to co-ordinate all the stall holders. It was a great opportunity to ‘shop local’ and support cottage industries and crafts. Mr Stazicker and I had the arduous job of serving the mulled wine by the Christmas tree and keeping the log burner going!
I have real puppy envy at the moment. Here is a photo of Albi with his gorgeous new puppy Storm Bear eating his tie! Storm is a golden retriever/German shepherd cross which means he is not going to stay this size for long!
Onto the final week of term, which is packed with exciting activities including Christmas jumper day, carols around the firepit (parents welcome) and our special Christmas lunch. We also have to fit in Christmas parties, the Endeavour assembly and the Carol Service!
Have a lovely weekend.