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Dear Parents and Carers,

 We are really proud and impressed by our new Reception and Nursery children who have been starting school over the last week. It has been lovely for me to meet small groups of Reception Class children who have been to visit me in my office and to start to get to know them. I also had the pleasure of doing my first tour of the school with prospective parents. It was wonderful for them to be able to see engaged and enthusiastic learners across the whole school and for them to hear the great things the children had to say about the school. 

There was great excitement in Year 6 today as they had the first Forest School of the year and also had the gift of such wonderful weather. 

Best wishes Alison This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Important InformationHarvest We will be having a harvest themed worship assembly on Monday 23rd September. If you feel able to contribute, we would be grateful for gifts of either non-perishable food items to support the work of Richmond Foodbank https://richmond.foodbank.org.uk/ or toiletries, hygiene, beauty and personal care items to support the work of The Hygiene Bank https://www.thehygienebank.com/ both of which support many families in our community.

MacMillan Coffee MorningThe annual welcome back to the new school year Macmillan Coffee morning will take place next Friday, 27th September. It will be held in School Hall from drop off time onwards. Everyone is very welcome. It is a great opportunity for everyone to get together as well as raising money for Macmillan.

Ice Lolly SaleAs the weather is looking to be rather lovely for the rest of this week, Giraffe Class parents are holding an ice lolly sale after pick up on Friday 20th September. 

Design a flag competitionIn line with Richmond’s Climate Change Strategy, they are launching a flag design competition to primary school students in the borough. The winning design will be announced in mid to late October 2019 and displayed on the Civic Centre flagpole in Twickenham. The winner will be invited to a special flag ceremony with the Mayor of Richmond. If you would like to enter this competition please see the details of how to go about it by clicking the link above through to the Campaign and Events and climate change section.

Congratulations to: Junior Certificates: Hashem, Alice, Ava, Fernando, Esme, Anthony, Kamran, Melody, Jack, Alex, Freya, Alexander, Maya, Dexter, Paula and Junior.

Infant Sticker Chart: Elliott L.