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All Saints say Farewell to Mr I.

We had a lovely assembly this morning to say a school farewell to Mr. Isherwood. He has been with us for 12 years and has completely given his life to the school.

Mr I will be remembered for so much, his laughter, his sense of fun, to name a few, however overall it is his wanting what was best for our children with their learning and their environment. He has worked tirelessly at keeping our school running successfully, he has secured grants and funding, he has designed and had the vision for the outside spaces and so much more over the years.

In our assembly the children presented him with a print and the staff an abstract art painting, he received cards from every class and we also sang enthusiastically to him.

We really wish him well with his adventures over the next year, he will be greatly missed.

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Sun hat, water bottles and sun cream

We are still having children turn up without hats and water bottles. Please ensure that you know there is a hat and water bottle in your child’s possession don’t rely on them as many are actually relying on you! Sun cream is also necessary.

We have also said no balls, footballs or basketballs tomorrow and Wednesday because of the forecasted heat, we are aiming to keep the children as calm and cool as possible.

Many thanks

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Urgent plea!

Someone has very kindly left a large mound of soil in front of the school gate this morning! If anyone has a wheelbarrow, spade and or sometime to spare to help move it we would be very grateful.

Please also be patient dropping children off and parking at the church where possible.

Thank you for your understanding.

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Sun, sun, sun

Have you seen the forecast for the last three days of this term? It’s going to be hot, hot, hot. PLEASE send your child in with a named hat and a water bottle they can take out at break times. Don’t rely on the children to pack these essentials, please double check they have them yourself. Recently there have been far too many without their hats in school, reluctantly they’ve had to sit in the limited shade of the field.

Many thanks.

Mrs B