School webteam: September 2014
Class Assemblies for Parents/Carers
Throughout the school year each class will be having a class assembly when they will invite you into school to either share work they have been doing in class, or to celebrate a key event in the year.
I am keen to share the dates with you now, to allow you as much notice as possible to make necessary arrangements to attend. Please check the table below for information regarding these assemblies.
|Year Group||Theme||Date and Time|
|EYFS||Nativity/Christmas Performance||Tuesday 9th December at 9.10am and Wednesday 10th December at 6.30pm|
|Our year in Reception presentation (New starters invited too)||Tuesday 23rd June 9.10am|
|1||Nativity/Christmas Assembly||Tuesday 9th December at 9.10am & Wednesday 10th December at 6.30pm|
|Class Assembly||Thursday 26th March at 9.10am|
|2||Nativity/Christmas Assembly||Tuesday 9th December at 9.10am and Wednesday 10th December at 6.30pm|
|Class Assembly||Thursday 5th February 9.10am|
|3/4||Class Assembly||Tuesday 17th March at 9.10am|
|4/5||Class Assembly||Tuesday 27th January 9.10am|
|6||Class Assembly||Thursday 6th November at 9.10am|
|Year 6 Leavers Assembly||Wednesday 8th July at 2pm and Thursday 9th July at 7pm|
I look forward to sharing these assemblies with you all.
Mrs. R. Jewitt
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