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School Newsletter 8th April

Dear Families and Governors, 

We’ve made it!! It’s been a long old term and I know everyone is ready for a break. 

 

So glad it’s back!

Hooray!! The Easter Egg competition is back and it didn’t disappoint. Thank you so much for getting involved and helping your children to create these amazing entries.  

The Head Boy and Head Girl judged all of the classes (apart from year 6) and the winners are: 

Nursery: Ayla and Hunter 

Year 1: Leon and Layla 

Year 2: Daisie and Halle  

Year 3: Demi and Elliot  

Year 4: Lainey  and Daisy 

Year 5: Lilly Anne and Archie 

Year 6: Joe R and Archie B 

 

Easter Raffle 

The Easter raffle was held in school. There were some fabulous eggs to win and lots of children left the hall smiling. Thank  you to those of you who bought tickets, the money will go towards our Jubilee celebrations later in the year.  

 

Breakfast/ Kangaroo Club 

Breakfast Club is as brilliant as ever and lots of children come every morning. To make sure all of the children are fed and ready to go to lessons on time, the doors will continue to open at 8.15 but will close at 8.35. Children arriving after that time will not be admitted. We are looking for another adult to help at Kangaroo Club, if you would be interested in working for a couple of hours after school , please let the office know when we return after the holidays. 

 

Looking for balls 

We are launching the full FOAL system after Easter with boxes of activities along with the sand pit and plenty of wellies for wet days. 

We seem to be short of balls of all sizes as they tend to disappear or get popped on a regular basis.  

If you have any balls lying around at home that could be donated to school, please send them in after the Easter holidays.  

 

Brilliant children 

Finally, can I say how lucky we are to have such wonderful, kind, happy children coming to Beech Hill. They are such a credit to you and we look forward to seeing them again bright eyed and bushy tailed on the 25th April. 

Yours sincerely, 

Mrs Eatock – Head Teacher