We have been treated to a truly wonderful Nativity production by the boys and girls in Year 1 and Reception this afternoon…an extra special early Christmas present!
Despite a very limited amount of ‘final preparation’ time due to our ‘snow day’ on Monday, the boys and girls really rose to the occasion and put on a super performance.
All of the adults present were provided with West End quality entertainment…perhaps we should have charged West End prices!
Well done to all of the boys and girls…you are all Christmas stars!
Many thanks and well done to all of the adults involved in preparing the children so well…it was certainly worth all of the hard work!
And as an added bonus…there is an ‘encore’ for the rest of the school tomorrow…they are in for a real treat!
Yesterday, the boys and girls in Year 6 shared their wonderful singing talents with two very appreciative audiences!
First of all, they performed a ‘gig’ at The Pavilions in Waltham Cross in front of a very enthusiastic and supportive crowd…thank you to those parents who came along to ‘cheer them on’!
Following this the boys and girls hopped back on the ‘tour bus’ and headed off to Emmanuel Lodge in Cheshunt for their second performance of the afternoon for the elderly residents there.
As always, this was a truly special occasion and the children did themselves and our school very proud…well done everyone!
The boys and girls have enjoyed a delicious Christmas lunch…with all of the trimmings…including chocolate arctic roll!
Many thanks to all of the staff who provided ‘waitress service’…and ‘waiter service’ of course from Mr Gallagher!
A special thanks goes to all of the kitchen staff – Mrs Figoni, Mrs Casey, Mrs Arsalides and Miss Millen – if only they were available for ‘private functions’!
What a pleasure it was today to take 12 representatives from our choir into London for the Carol Service at Westminster Cathedral!
For some of the children, it was the first time they had seen Westminster Cathedral and they were definitely suitably impressed when they caught their first glimpse of it…and that was before we went inside! The Carol Service was lovely and, to everyone’s delight (and disbelief when I first pointed them out) included real animals. Our choir did themselves proud joining in with all the carols and well done to Elissa who read her bidding prayer beautifully and to Aurelie and Alessia who took our contribution up in the offertory procession.
The children behaved beautifully all day and were a credit to our school. I’m looking forward to the next choir outing already!
‘Tis the season to be jolly…
And with this in mind the PTA have organised class parties for our lovely children which will take place on Friday 15th December 2017.
To add to the celebrations, it will be a non-uniform day and we hope that the children come into school suitably attired in their festive fashions.
Due to the weather conditions
all after school clubs for this week have been cancelled.
School Christmas Dinner will be served tomorrow!
Remember your Christmas hats Key Stage 2 boys and girls!
School will close at normal time!
YO HO HO!
Due to the forecast of further snow/sleet and freezing temperatures overnight, in the interests of the health and safety of all concerned, school will be closed tomorrow.
Further details concerning Tuesday will be provided tomorrow.
Thank you for your continued support.
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Have a lovely weekend!
‘…when all through the house
not a creature was stirring
not even a mouse.’
But the boys and girls in Year 5 are ‘out and about’ as they listen to this classic poem in the ‘chalet’…or should that be ‘Santa’s Grotto’?!
The children are warding off the chilly winter weather with their ‘housecoats’ (ask Mr Gallagher!) as they prepare for what I’m sure will be some fabulous creative writing.
Keep those slippers on boys and girls to keep your feet warm and cosy!