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October Newsletter

 We will be raising funds for “Wear it Pink” on Friday 25th October. Please can all children bring in £2 for this very worthy cause?

 

Peter Ellis photography will be with us on Wednesday 30th October. If you would like your child photographed and they do not attend on this day, you may book an appointment time with Miss Welsher or Mrs Smith. Siblings are very welcome to attend also.

 

We will be holding a Bat, Cat and Pumpkin party on Thursday 31st October; all children who attend on this day may dress accordingly.

 

The Christmas fete will be held on Saturday 23rd November. Father Christmas will be visiting between 11am and 1pm. Tickets will need to be purchased in advance, as Santa will need to know how many presents to put in his sack! Tickets are £2=50 per child. Raffle tickets are available at a cost of £1 per strip. If you would like any, please ask Mrs. Smith or Miss. Welsher.

Week beginning 28th October is “Bring a tin” week

Week beginning 4th November is “Bring a bottle” week

Week beginning 11th November is “Bring a jar week”

Week beginning 18th November is “Bring some chocolate” week

These items will be used for our tombola stall. Any donations of craft or Raffle prizes will be very gratefully received.

The Nativity concert will be on Wednesday 18th December, times to be confirmed. The rehearsal will be held on Wednesday 11th December and we will be holding the Christmas party on the same afternoon. All children are encouraged to join us at 1pm until 4:30pm on this day. Please can all children in playrooms 1 and 2 complete the form below and return asap. Thank you.


Child’s name:

Yes

No

Dress rehearsal and party 1pm -4:30pm 11/12/13

 

 

Nativity concert 18/12/13

 

 

Your child will be videoed during the rehearsal and Dvds will then be made available for all parents to purchase. You will be UNABLE to video or photograph your child on the day, anyone doing so will be asked to leave.

 

 

Father Christmas tickets required?

@£2=50 each

Total enclosed

 

 

 

 

 


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