We have arranged the Christmas party day for all children on Wednesday, 19th December. Children can come to school in party clothes but they will need suitable outdoor clothing and footwear for break time and lunchtime (there is no charge). Parties for the whole school will be all day with classes taking part in activities/games in the classroom and taking turns to use the school hall; the party will end at 3.30 p.m. as normal. There are NO after school clubs on party day.
Our Christmas Party day this year is going to be slightly different to previous years. We want to make every child have a special day over the festive period, and although many children will be blessed with celebrations galore, some children may not be so fortunate. With this in mind, we have booked a specialist company to provide each year group with a party to remember…’A Winter Woodland Party’
The company is going to spend the whole day in school and will entertain each year group in turn with games, music, props, prizes and more! The cost of this is £1 per child, which should cover some of the cost; the rest will be paid from our Private School Funds. This £1 can be sent into school from now until the day of the party and a register of payments will be kept should you forget if you have paid.
Should you or your child wish to see what the party entails, check out the link below
Children will have their normal meal (school dinner/packed lunch) at lunchtime and the party food at about 2.40 p.m. Could we please ask for donations for the party tea from parents as in previous years? Children are asked to bring food for the party as detailed below.
Year 3 and Year 5 savory items
Year 4 and Year 6 sweet items
Some party tea food ideas are:
Hot dog sausages (mini or cut), Cocktail sausages, Cheese chunks, Babybell, Cheese strings, Small pickled onions, Sandwiches, Pizza and garlic bread (cooked), Savoury rolls, Pie (cooked), Crisps (ready salted and flavoured), Pringles/Puffy crisps, Pepperami, Chicken bites/satays, Cucumber, Cherry tomatoes, Cream crackers, Bread sticks. If possible can we avoid Sausage Rolls…as you can imagine, we get them in abundance!
Cakes and Buns (shop bought or homemade), Biscuits (party rings, selections, oreos, digestives etc)
Chocolate wrapped biscuits (kitkat, twix, penguins etc), Marshmallows, Haribos, Sweets, Bottles of dilute juice, Grapes/satsumas
Thank you, in advance, for your co-operation.
Mr. P. Dixon