Newsletter: 30/11/12

Dear Parents/Carers

Children In Need
Many thanks to all those who supported Children In Need two weeks ago.  The children have had a lovely day supporting a very worthy cause and raised an £216.00.  Thank you to all those who provided cakes, biscuits, and popcorn on the day.

Christmas Fayre and Café – Thursday, 20th December
The Citizenship group would like to invite you their Christmas Fayre & Cafe on the above date.  Father Christmas will be dropping in as he did last year!  To make this a success we would welcome donations of:

  • Cakes (delivered either the 19th or 20th)
  • Unwanted jewellery and bags of all kinds
  • Bottles – alcoholic and non-alcoholic (this includes toiletries, bubble bath, etc)
  • New and unwanted gifts.

We look forward to seeing you on the day!

Christmas Concerts

  • Reception (2.00pm) Friday, 14th December in the school hall.
  • Year 1/2 (2.00pm and 6.00pm) Tuesday, 18th December in the church.  If bringing preschoolers and babies, please bring them to the 2.00pm performance.
  • Year 3/4 (6.30pm) Thursday, 13th December in the school hall.
  • Year 5/6 (6.30pm) Wednesday, 19th December in the church.

Cambridge News – Generation Green Tokens
The Cambridge News in conjunction with British Gas are holding a competition for schools.  Every day in the Cambridge News there will be a token to collect.  The school to collect the most tokens will win £135,000 towards a green project for their school.

Please can you get friends and family to collect tokens for us and bring your tokens into school.

Parent Support Group – Thursday, 6th December at 9.30am
We will be holding our last parent support group of the year.  Sue Clark, our school nurse, will be there as usual to offer confidential advice to parents and carers of children with diagnosed and undiagnosed additional needs, or anyone who is concerned about their child’s development in any way.  We have also invited Kathryn Nightingale, additional needs family worker from the Children’s Centre.  Kathryn can support children of school age and their families and she will be joining us to talk about her role in more detail.

If you would like to talk to Sue and meet Kathryn, we would be very pleased to see you.  Younger children are welcome to.

Huntingdonshire Concert Band – Heroes & Heroines Music
A Family Concert in aid of East Anglia Children’s Hospice – This Sunday, 2nd December, 3.30pm at Bar Hill Church Adults £6.00, Children £3.00

Host Family – At home this Christmas?
Many international students at UK universities will be alone and would love to celebrate with you and your family. Inviting a student to stay will make them feel welcome here. Teach your children about other cultures, meet new people and make the world a little friendlier!

To learn more about volunteer hosting at Christmas or any weekend of the year, see or contact Mandy Talbott on 01472-851084.

Yours sincerely

Lin Whyte