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Netherthong

Primary School

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World Book Day

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Last Thursday, like many schools across the country, we celebrated World Book Day. Children were invited to dress up as their favourite book character or bring in their favourite book. At the beginning of the day, we came together as a school for a special assembly, so that we could all have a good look at the wondrous costumes the children came in! There were so many amazing creations - thank you so much for putting in the effort. We had several Harry Potters, many Mary Poppins and even Dog Man turned up. 

During the day, some children worked with their buddies to read together, others created stories about magical tea parties involving book characters, maths sessions focused on word problems with book themes and there was a general celebration of books and reading throughout school. What an amazing day! All children should have a World Book Day token, which they can swap for either a book from the World Book Day collection or get a £1 off any book they choose. Our wonderful new, local book shop 'Read' is accepting the vouchers.

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Visit from Nick Heaton - 24.1.2019

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We were fortunate to have a visit from Nick Heaton last week.  He came to school to talk about Respect.  We were impressed with the children's thoughts and feeling on Respect and how we have different people in our lives that we respect, including musicians, sports people, our parents and our teachers.  As a school we are going to try to show respect to everyone we come across.   

The assembly ended with the Chocolate Mouse Challenge!!  Lots of fun!

I wonder if we can have lots of examples of how we showed respect to others for the next time Nick comes to visit us?

Well done

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Autumn 2 week 6

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Wow! What a fantastic pantomime.

Thank-you to the production team and FONS for funding a brilliant performance of Sleeping Beauty.

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Netball success

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Many congratulations to our fabulous Netball teams. We invited Hepworth Junior and Infant School to join us on Wednesday evening and play two very exciting matches. We were delighted with all the players, who displayed great skill and teamwork. Our first team won 7-1 and the second team to play played equally well in a very tight match, just being beaten by 1 goal. Miss Kelly and myself are very proud of you all. Thank you so much to Project Sport for all your support with Netball this term. The players are certainly developing some super skills!

Mrs Matthews

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David Walliams - Spencer Frost

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On Wednesday afternoon I met the legend , David Walliams for signings of his new book ,The Ice Monster. 

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Gymnastics Festival

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Congratulations to all our wonderful Gymnasts from years 3 to 6 who took part in the Gymnastics Festival at Colne Valley High School on Saturday afternoon. You really were amazing! Miss Kelly and myself were so proud of every single one of you. Well done!

Mrs Matthews

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Commemorating Armistice Day

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This week, children across school have been making poppies out of used plastic bottles, with pva glue and paint, to create beautiful symbols of this event. These have been placed at the front of school for all to admire and remember those who had shown bravery throughout the world. 

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Poppy appeal items for sale

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Food Bank

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All Saints Church Community Meeting 18/10/2018

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A message from Rev Nick Heaton:

We have reached the point where without the support of the local community we are struggling to keep the building open for too much longer.

 A community survey was conducted  in the summer,  receiving a good deal of support for a proposal to make the building a multipurpose one, where worship can continue but where the community could use a redesigned space for all sorts of activities through the week.

 To this end we are hosting a community meeting in the church at 7.30pm on Thursday 18th October, along with representatives from the diocese.

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