Mrs King's Words Autumn 12
Lights! Camel! Action!
This week Christmas has officially started. As I said to our audience at the Lower Junior performance of ‘Lights! Camel! Action 2! The Sequin', it doesn’t matter what you have done to prepare for Christmas, it doesn’t truly begin until Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 get on stage for their annual interpretation of the Christmas Story. Their performance was full of energy, enthusiasm and sparkle. They spoke and sang beautifully and I smiled throughout the whole thing! Very well done to the girls and all of the staff involved in what has been one of my favourite ever performances. I can’t wait to see it again next week!
Year 6 have been busy on their election campaigns this week. I have been hearing all about why I should vote for each party. These girls really know their stuff and I look forward to seeing the results after our mock election next week to coincide with the real thing next Thursday!
Today our Upper Junior girls travelled to Junior Boys to see 'A Christmas Carol', the panto with visiting panto company The Hobgoblin Theatre Company. The children and the staff had a fantastic morning…Oh yes they did! (it had to be done!)
Miranda from the NSPCC came in to our assembly to thank the girls and some visiting boys, for all of our efforts in raising funds for them. In total we raised £281. Miranda told the children about the sorts of things they could do with the money and she was extremely impressed with how much they remembered from her assembly in September.
Next week we can look forward to Christmas Jumper Day, a special visitor and Christmas lunch.
Have a great weekend!
Merit Certificates: Lola (Reception), Alessia (Year 1), Ava (Year 2), Marni (Year 3), Chloe (Year 4), Anaiyah (Year 5) Erin (Year 6)
Bunny Awards: Amaya (Year 1) for support and kindness to her friends and Holly S (Year 3) for being helpful and showing so much kindness.
Kindness Awards: Thea (Year 1) and Caitlin (Year 4)
House of the Week: St Therese
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