Hello from Cedar Weekly Email

Good morning from Cedar

It was really lovely to meet with several of you on Tuesday morning for tea, coffee and cake.  There is strength for us all in having an opportunity to chat with each other and I know how helpful many of you find this.  The staff really enjoyed meeting with you as well.  Our co-chair of governors, Ginny Assinder, also dropped in and it was so good for some of you to be able to share your experiences of Cedar with Ginny. We will arrange further occasions for us to get together across the year.  Thank you for your time.

Once again lots has been happening in school this week! We had an ‘orienteering course’ set up in our school grounds on Wednesday. This allows children to visit different parts of the grounds to take part in a range of learning activities. During our teacher staff meeting on Wednesday, an external trainer guided the teachers to take part in some of the learning activities! We did not get all of the answers correct each time but we really enjoyed this fun outside approach to learning! We will let you know how the children get on!

You will find a letter attached to this email with details of our Harvest Festival, within which we will reflect on food poverty and how we can help others. 

We were delighted to welcome Indie Nash as a new SSA in Amethyst Class this week; we hope that you will be very happy here, Indie!

 From now onwards, my weekly Friday email to families will also be published on the home page of our school website (you may need to scroll down the home page) so that it is easily accessible for all to see.  

.. and finally an advance reminder that we will break up for the half-term holiday in two weeks' time on Friday 20th October.  The children will return after the half-term week on Monday 30th October.

With best wishes to you all for the weekend,
Neil, Cesia and the whole Cedar team

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