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Newsletter 27 - 6th April 2020

Happy Easter Everyone!

Thank you for all the lovely photos showing us just how busy you've been these last two weeks! We hope that you're managing okay at home, as we all stay put as much as possible to support our essential key workers and of course to protect our incredible NHS.  Were you outside clapping on Thursday at 8pm?

Teachers will not be setting work for the next two week so you may have a well earned break from home school - but do keep up the exercise folks.  Joe Wicks is continuing with his daily PE sessions and let's hope we can continue to exercise out of doors once a day in some lovely dry weather!  


Happy Easter everyone!


School Office Closed

Please note that the school office will be closed from Friday 10th April until Monday 20th April.  

Ascot Racecourse Art Competition

Well done to everyone who entered the Ascot Art competition. The art work has been shortlisted into different age categories and voting has now opened.  Winning art earns prizes for both the artist and the school but in addition, will be made up in to large scale boards to decorate the Heath Tunnel at the Racecourse in a stunning display. Please do add your votes!  Voting will close on 19th April. 


Follow this link to vote  

Holy Trinity Church

Thank you to Rev Jon Hutchinson and Fleur Pelly (HT Children's Work) who have been making short and insightful Youtube videos for us all to stay connected now that even the Church has had to close!  Please click here to see the list of videos and have a look.  

Year 5 Photos

Please see below a collection of photos from Year 5 pupils letting us know what they've been up to! Can you see the frog spawn Bowen has in his garden?  Thank you for sending in your photos and helping our school community to stay connected. 

Year 4H Photos

In the next newsletter which will be after the Easter Holidays, we'd love to feature photos of Class 4H and things they'd like to share that they've been doing. Please submit your photos by Friday 17th April to be included.  

Message from Kerry Gibbs - Author

I hope you are coping well in this very strange time. To entertain children during the lockdown, I have written a short story spin off from my It’s A Kid’s Life series and children are invited to write their own ending!

My message to you is…“You may be stuck inside, but your imagination is as free as a bird, so let it fly!”

Click here where the story is completely free for everyone to read.


Free Art Lessons with Rob Biddulph

Free art lessons from world book day illustrator Rob Biddulph. 
Using the hashtag #DrawWithRob, budding young artists can share their responses to Biddulph's tutorials, which he plans to share every Tuesday and Thursday at 10am GMT on Twitter. Follow this link to get started. Have fun artists! Here are Mrs Neale and Miss Wallbanks’s creations: