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Christmas Time, Just Let The Bells Ring!

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A round-up before the hollibobs

Hello Blog readers!

Apologies for a few quiet weeks... Life in EYFS has been very, very busy and sadly the bugs have also been busy too *sniffle sniffle! I hope everyone is feeling better and making a speedy recovery as Christmas approaches! Can we please ensure that we abide by the sickness and diarrhoea 48 hour rule; children must not return to school until they have been free from symptoms for 48 hours, otherwise they are still highly contagious and can pass it onto others even if they seem well in themselves. Thanks.

Our nativity, named The Nativity, was a fantastic success! We are all really proud of each and every child in the EYFS as it is such a huge accomplishment to take part in a performance at this stage in the year! And even more so with children feeling 'off colour' or having returned from being poorly. Mr Young has uploaded pictures taken from our performance onto the main part of the website. Here is a link to save you searching :)


Don't we look fabulous!

Tree Festival:

Thanks to everyone who supported our tree at the annual Minster Tree and Crib Festival! And a big thanks (again) to Ivy's Mummy and Daddy for donating the tree. I have not had it confirmed, but I have heard that we received a commendation for our tree... not a win but a recognition/award which is not to be dismissed. Well done on all your hard work guys! Maybe we will get to enter next year and if we do we shall have to pull out all the stops ;)

PE: The children have LOVED PE with Mr Carr on Mondays! This Monday will be Christmas PE with me, and then we will have our last PE session with Mr Carr on the first Monday in January. PE will then return to a Tuesday afternoon as before.

Christmas dates:

2 days to go... and not many more before Santa visits!

Monday: PE in the afternoon

Tuesday: Christmas Parties, Christmas Jumper Day (don't forget your donations for charity).

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Foos are for life, not just for Christmas ;)