Please read the poster regarding the Autumn Airings activities at Harehope Quarry over Half Term holiday.
I just wanted to say a huge thank you to everyone who donated food for our Harvest Service on Wednesday 6th October 2021. All food donated has now gone to the Weardale Food Bank. Thank you also to everyone who came along to the two separate services in the Methodist Chapel.
This was the first event we have held where parents, families, children and our team have come together for over 18 months and it really was a very special thing.
As always, our children were so well behaved and were a real credit to the school. They were very excited because in reality almost half of them have never been on a visit to either the Methodist Chapel or St. Thomas’ Church since starting school two years ago.
I would also like to thank Rev. Bruce and Rev. Claire for all of their hard work in putting together the Risk Assessment, taking part in planning meetings and delivering our Harvest Rainbow – what a lovely concept!
Look out for Speaker’s Corner next week when The CREW members (Xavier and David) will be writing a blog about their experience of Harvest Festival.
Due to staff absences, please note that the school office will not be staffed on the afternoon of the 27th September 2021. Sorry for any inconvenience. If you need to contact us, please email: email@example.com
Thank you to everyone who supported our MacMillan Cancer Coffee Morning today (24th September 2021). We had lots of cakes donated for our Charities Champions to sell. Combining the Coffee Morning takings and the children’s donations we managed to raise £282 – which is fantastic!
Every penny will be donated to MacMillan. It is a charity which is close to our heart as a school. Many of our families and staff’s lives have been touched by cancer and it is special that this is the first event we have been able to invite parents along to for over 18 months.
I cannot express how grateful we all are for your support for this important charity.
To find out more please visit the Pupil Voice – Charities Campions page.
Please read the lovely article about Ralph and his family raising money for charity: