15th December 2014
Festive Traditions giving children a voice
Staff and children wore their Bobble Hats or Christmas Hats with pride on Thursday to raise money for the NSPCC and ChildLine.
Every child has a right to have a voice and sometimes a child needs someone to talk to. ChildLine is there for children who find themselves without anyone to talk to and often in desperate situations. It is important to remind our children of who they can talk to in school if they are worried, feeling sad or anxious. We encourage all children to talk to their friends, class teachers, support staff, learning mentors if they have something that is bothering them. A problem shared is a problem halved!
Come and Celebrate
The air has been filled with the sound of children singing this week. All year groups have been practising for their Come and Celebrate Nativity concerts which take place this week. Please do join us if you can for these special events. There is something about listening to the Christmas story and singing Christmas songs which leaves you with a feeling of joy and warmth.
Rumour has it that a reindeer is visiting the children in Early Years, Year 1 and Year 2 on Tuesday 16th December and a man with a red coat and a white beard...... Watch this space!