From Mr Bullard ...
22nd October 2014
I’m sure you will be aware of Harmonie-Rose Allen’s story. She is fighting a rare and deadly form of meningococcal septicaemia, and is currently on a life-support machine at Bristol Children’s Hospital. Harmonie-Rose lives locally, and when we return in November we shall be organising something not only to raise money for her appeal but also to raise awareness of meningitis.
The children break up for a well deserved break today (Wednesday) after a very long first term. The staff will still be in school for the next two days as we use our INSET time to focus on our Talk for Writing initiative which you will hear more about in due course.
There is no newsletter today and we will announce the winners of the Oscar, Inglis-Jones Cup, Silver Shoe and House Cup on Monday 3rd November when we return to school.
We hope you enjoyed our Harvest Service yesterday; it was great to see Holy Trinity Church so packed. It was definitely standing room (and sitting in the aisle) only!
I hope that everyone has a really good break and see you all on Monday 3rd November.
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