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Bulletin Term 1 Week 5, Friday 5th October2018

Posted 5/10/2018

Scarecrow Festival:

This week each class have helped make a scarecrow for this year’s Carlton Scarecrow Trail. It will take place this Sunday (7th October) from 1-4pm. The Scarecrow theme this year is 'Musicals' and our scarecrows from school will be part of the festival – I look forward to seeing you there for this super community event

Carlton Playgroup are again running this event alongside Carlton Village Hall’s Apple Festival. The Village Hall will be providing freshly squeezed apple juice, stalls, Bake off, with prizes for the best apple bake and refreshments. There will be refreshments and craft activities for the children at playgroup.


I am concerned about safety at drop off and pick up. Once again, please may I remind all members of our community to park with care and consideration for everyone (children, parent and local residents). Pinch points of the start and end of day are busy in Town End Avenue and nearby streets. Please be respectful. Let us all work together to keep everyone safe!  A huge thank you to everyone who always does this!

Eyes down for a full house!

As a fundraiser we are once again holding a Bingo Night in school - Friday the 19th October 2018. This will be in the school hall. Doors open at 6.30pm and the first game is at 7.00pm. All monies raised go directly to the cost of the whole school attending the pantomime in December. This was a really good event last year and help subsided the trip for all pupils.  We would love to see you there!

If you are able to donate a raffle price as part of this fundraiser we would very much appreciate it. Please liaise with the school office or myself.

Class Assembly and Learning parties:

Friday 9th November:     Willow (Class 6) Learning Party


Have a great weekend! Thank you for your continued support of our school.


Kind regards

Jon Watson

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