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Principal’s Corner

The school celebrated red nose day with a wear what you like day and matchbox competitions. Charlie won the most innovative matchbox with his ‘red strike fire truck,’ while Quinton managed to fill his matchbox with 54 red items. The most unusual item in a matchbox was Gethin's handmade tomato sauce sachet while George W managed to turn a pipe cleaner into a tiny snail. The serious part of the day was the raising funds to help those people less fortunate than ourselves in Africa. We manage to raise £110 in total, well done all.

In the Christian calendar  Easter and Christmas are the most important festivals. We missed not having an end of term service in the Church, but expect to have a leaving service in the summer. However, in school   Easter cards and hot cross buns were the order of the day. On the last day the infants spent the afternoon in the woods. An Easter egg hunt followed by healthy mud sliding meant all came back smiling and extremely muddy.

The Lower Juniors in preparation for future  holidays abroad have been learning what to say in Le Docteur Surgery.   Ooh La La.

After Easter we welcome Alex & Jack into the infants and hope they enjoy their learning experiences. Having bought our existing minibus we are now expecting the arrival of a new minibus. This will help us to arrange more educational visits for the children without having to hire coaches.




Sports club will continue throughout the summer term. Mondays for the Juniors and Thursdays for the Infants. The good news is that Leominster Pool will be open so we will start swimming with the Infants on Friday 23rd April until 28th May.