We are having an Aspirations Week. (“What is this?” I hear you say…)
The Aspirations Week is when we ask people that can inspire us, to come into our school to talk with our children and complete inspiring activities with them. It is called ‘aspirations’ week because the children might know what they aspire to be after meeting with people such as police people, fire people, sports enthusiasts and much more…
The only company asking for any price of any kind is Animal Care, who have said any donations for the charity run business are welcome… This can include money donations or donations of bed linen and pillows (no feathers).
We are very excited to meet everyone that is coming to visit the school!
For the Christmas Fair tombola, we are having a non uniform day in return for bottles and boxes suitable for the tombola.
Your continued support is always appreciated.
Our very well trained Bike Instructor is coming in for ‘Bikeability Week’. This involves all children bringing a bike and suitable clothing to wear to ride a bike. We know that most children in Wray can already ride, but this is an opportunity to learn road skills and increased control and balance on their bicycle. Children enjoy this every year so we encourage every child to take part!
If you have any questions about the timetable, or more details about the week, please ask a member of staff.
Mrs Norton Smith’s other school, Abbeystead, are coming over to Wray again for a fun filled day making Christmas crafts! This a great chance for our children to make new friends and learn new craft skills as well. Last year was a roaring success which we hope to repeat.
The Panto this year could only be arrange for the afternoon performance. It starts at 2PM, so we will hope to return to school by 4PM.
The children will have a normal school morning, followed by lunch and then finish for 1.15PM. So pick up time is after lunch, with the usual pick up arrangements.
There will be no after school club that day either.
Many thanks for a wonderful autumn term!!