EARLY YEARS' TEACHING ASSISTANT VACANCIES
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2017 - 2018 Term Dates
|28 May - 1 June||HALF TERM|
|4 June|| INSET DAY
(school closed to pupils)
|5 June||Cricket Coaching for KS2|
|25 June||School Nurse Yr 5/6|
|2 - 6 July||Keeping Healthy Week|
|6 July||Sports Day|
|11 July||Kingfisher Visit to Chedworth Roman Villa
(Further details to follow soon)
|20 July||End of Year Performance|
|23 July||Year 6 Leavers Assembly in St. Giles Church|
|24 July||Leavers' Assembly in school|
Monday 17th October 2016
Just to let you know that the children left school at 10.35am smiling - the driver anticpates they will arrive between 11.30 and midday.
I am hoping for some photos this afternoon and will post any I receive before 3pm on this page. My intention is to join them for the evening and then return to Liddington tomorrow afternoon.
I was greeted by many happy faces when I arrived. Supper had been a choice of: sausage casserole, chicken curry or spicy roast vegetable pie. For those who were not tempted, there was the option of the salad bar.
The rooms all looked comfortable - each has a pair of bunk beds and ensuite bathroom.
Great fun was had in the evening with the children taking part in a music quiz, general knowledge round, drawing competition and recycled fashion show.
Congratulations to Tom's team 'The Nutella Nuts'
I am reliably told by Mrs Walker that the children had a good night's sleep and that she was only woken by them once.
Breakfast was greeted enthusiastically ...
Bacon, sausages, hash browns, beans, tomatoes, toast, cereal, porridge, yoghurt and fruit
And this has quickly been followed by more challenges and fun on The Giant Swing....
Hannah and Louis
Megan and Kaelyn
Mrs Butler and Alfie
... and Aeroball.
A combination of a cold easterly wind as well as cold water made for an interesting afternoon, although most of our children showed great resilience ... they didn't have to jump off the raft!!
I understand a reasonable night's sleep was expereinced by all but that the early morning has been a busy one as the children had to be up, dressed and bags packed by 8am.
Alfie and Harry Fencing