Hello from Cedar Weekly Emails

Hello from Cedar

It has, at least, been a drier week than last week but a considerably colder one too!  I hope that you are all able to keep warm and that you can get out to enjoy some of the January sunshine this weekend.

On Tuesday you will have received 'Our Learning Newsletter' for your child's class. This letter explains the key themes which your child is learning about this half-term and also suggests some possible activities which you might want to do at home to support your child's learning.  In addition the letter includes helpful information/reminders, etc. for the class.  We hope that you find these letters helpful and welcome any feedback.  Thank you.

As you will see from the letter, a lot of exciting learning  opportunities are planned for this half-term and there has been a buzz in all classes this week as children have enjoyed their first full week of learning in 2024.  In assemblies we have explored New Year Resolutions and new beginnings.  Some of the children shared some very thoughtful New Year Resolutions.  One of the children in Yellow Class said, 'My New Year Resolution is to spread more love in the world'.  With everything that is going on in the world at the moment, this certainly struck a chord with us all. 

On a staffing front, it has been lovely to welcome Kayleigh Andrews as an SSA in Sapphire Class this term.  We hope that you will be very happy at Cedar, Kayleigh!  At the same time, Sam Chapman, who has been an SSA in Emerald Class, left Cedar at the start of term.  We thank Sam for her work with us and wish her all of the very best for the future.  

Just a reminder that my weekly Friday emails can also be accessed on our school website, either from lower done on the Home Page or at Hello from Cedar Emails - The Cedar School.  I hope that you find the emails a helpful way of staying in touch with key happenings in school.

We hope that you enjoy your weekend and look forward to seeing you again on Monday!
Neil, Cesia and the whole Cedar team

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