Kirk Fenton News

21st December 2018

Dear Parents / Carers,

We've come to the end of another year and what a busy year it has been! This week has been full of the good things that make Christmas in a primary school such a joy. We enjoyed the KS1 Nativity with added aliens and lots of glitter and have listened as KS2 sang carols and Christmas songs so beautifully. We have eaten Christmas dinner and reflected and prayed in Church together. None of this would have been possible without the hard work and dedication of our amazing staff whom I would like to thank. Now it is time to enjoy the company of our family and friends so I wish you a very peaceful Christmas and a very happy new year and I look forward to seeing you all back in school on January 8th.

Mrs Karen Williams

Head Teacher

KS1 Craft Day

Thank you to all the parents who came to help with KS1 Christmas craft day, the children were very proud of their creations and thoroughly enjoyed the day.

'I liked making the Santa's because I liked putting the pins in and it was good that he moved!' Henry

'I loved making the star and my Christmas tree that I sewed. I put them on my Christmas tree at home!' Esmay

'I like making all the stuff, Snowy is my little snowman and I'm really happy that I made him!' Eli

Playleaders

Huge thank you to our fabulous Playleaders - Thomas Miller, Aiden Rayner, Alice Hawkins, Daisy West, Caitlin Allars, Lucy Schofield, Jessie Vale, Alexandra Pantoja De Gall, Georgia Webster, Abigail Court, Harriette Williams and Sherifa Jabbie - for giving up their time so the children can have happy active lunchtimes. Also a big thank you to Leon Partington and William Harrop who have given up their time to referee KS1 football at lunchtimes.

ParentPay

Please make sure your account is up-to-date and any outstanding money is paid. Thank you.
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Tuesday 12th and Thursday 14th March


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