It has been a real pleasure to hear so many amazing compliments about our choir and their performance on Friday night at St Georges. Not only was their singing beautiful, but their whole performance and the way they conducted themselves was awesome. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
Lots of children are enjoying the challenge of using courage and I am hearing many stories of courage from outside of school. Joseph in Year 3 certainly enjoyed his challenge of eating a whole trout and Monty in Year 6 ate a gurkin! I also heard that Lilly in Year 3 got straight back on her horse after falling off, that takes courage!! Remember courage is the single step between doing something or not doing it. Children enjoyed Miss Burkett’s act of worship this week seeing clips of her tandem sky dive where she raised lots of money for charity through having courage. It was amazing to see again Felix’s courage to take one small step and freefall from space back to earth. The youtube clip (INSPIRATIONAL – Felix Baumgartner – Headcam footage space Jump!! FULL) is just awesome, how Felix got himself out of a flat spin before passing out – you can see the world beneath him spinning madly! Please let me know your acts of courage, it’s fun to share.
Good news…. the new climbing frame will be installed on Tuesday and the safety rubber floor on Friday. Please can you ensure that children don’t use the climbing frame at the start and end of the day until the safety floor is completed and dried firm. We hope that the running track and outside eating area are finished next week too.
The next two weeks’ sports fixtures include Netball, Hockey, Netball Finals, Sportshall Athletics next round, Outdoor Football Finals! Take courage Mrs Reay that you will triumph and get through it all! Thank you to the parents who provide lifts and support – we couldn’t do it without you. There are many fixtures and events after half term too, its never too late to have courage and join in – follow Kelsey’s, Year 4, lead, he is trying out all the clubs for the first time.
Enjoy your weekend. Only 2 weeks until half term – now where did January go?