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Dear St. George's families,
The school has had a real buzz about it this week, as there has been lots to look forward to as a community and with pupils' learning.
A big thank you to everyone who has donated to our Harvest Festival Foodbank. We are visiting the Church to give our donations on Tuesday next week so would love to have even more donations to bring. Keep them coming!
We are looking forward to seeing all families at Open Classroom evening on Thursday next week. Your child is welcome to come to the classroom with you to look through their learning. Their class teacher will also be available.
Have a look at the news stories below to see just some of the wonderful goings on at St. George's this week.
As ever, we wish you the very best of weekends, full of rest and fun, ready for learning on Monday.
October is Black History Month and as part of our learning we would really like to invite in members of our parent and wider community who have black heritage to speak in an assembly.
We believe that if our pupils can 'see it', they can 'be it' and that we have many positive role models in our community who can inspire our young pupils to go on and be black history makers.
Open Classrooms Evening
Our Open Classroom events are coming up next week!
On the evening, parents are free to drop into their child's class where their books and learning will be available for you to peruse with your child. Their class teacher will also be available to speak to about how they have settled, classroom routines and how well they are doing with their learning.
There are two slots, one straight after school and one later in the evening for those with work commitments. See you there!
Do you have some non-perishable food goods you could spare, such as tins or boxed foods?
We are collecting for our Harvest Festival, where we will be taking food up to Church to give to those who need it more and for local food banks.