Christmas Performances

Date: 7th December 2021

By: Richard Kelly

Category: Uncategorised

There will be seven performances during the final week of term. Each year group will perform songs, drama or readings from the shelter on our lower playground. Wrap up warm and bring a torch as we will be outside. Our wonderful PSA will be on hand to provide mulled wine and mince pies and, with our Christmas tree on the lower playground, we are sure that the spirit of Christmas will fill us with ‘Love and Hope’. Each performance will last no more than 30 minutes (due to the outside temperatures). These are the dates and times you need:

Monday 13th December starting at 4.30pm – Reception classes (Dolphin and Seal)

Monday 13th December starting at 6.00pm – Year 3 classes (London and Paris)

Tuesday 14th December starting at 4.30pm – Year 2 classes (Shark and Stingray)

Tuesday 14th December starting at 6.00pm – Year 5 Classes (Beijing and Washington)

Wednesday 15th December starting at 4.30pm – Year 1 classes (Otter and Turtle)

Wednesday 15th December starting at 6.00pm – Year 4 classes (Madrid and Rome)

Thursday 16th December starting at 6.00pm – Year 6 classes (Bogota and Santiago)

For safety’s sake, we have decided that the children should be dropped off and collected after the performance from their usual gate at school. Please make sure your child is dropped off at 4.15pm (for the 4.30pm performances) and 5.45pm (for the 6pm performances). The children will then be taken back to their classrooms and dismissed from their usual gate. We hope you understand that this is the safest way of dismissing children in the dark.  Children should come in school uniform unless they have been given other specific instructions by their class teacher.

In the event of extreme weather conditions, we will communicate as soon as we can about any postponements. We will still go ahead with light rain (bring an umbrella!).

There will be a retiring collection for our sister school in Lillongwe, Malawi, so that we can make a contribution to their school and be aware of others this Christmas.

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