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                                                                                                          9 October 2020

Dear Parents 

At the end of another busy week it is hard to believe we are swiftly heading to half term. There are some opportunities for the children which we would like to highlight.

Kidderminster Harriers Community Scheme will be holding their holiday football courses during half term. Course run 10am-3pm and are open to children aged 5-14 years. Younger children can attend for half days if they prefer. Cost is £10 for per day or, £28 for three. The courses will feature our Star Player Award and a mini soccer tournament, everyone who competes receive a prize. Due to current restrictions all courses are outdoors so appropriate clothing required. The venues are:-

 

Droitwich Cricket Club WR9 7AN– Monday 26th & Tuesday 27th 

Worcester – Bishop Perowne College -Monday 26th & Tuesday 27th 

Bromsgrove- Catshill Middle School - Monday 26h & Tuesday 27th 

Malvern –  Dyson Perrins Academy - Tuesday 27th & Wednesday 28th 

Kinver Sports & Community Association DY7 6ER - Wednesday 28th & Thursday 29th 

Kidderminster – Baxter College - Wednesday 28th, Thursday 29th & Friday 30th



To book a place contact the Community Scheme on 01562 863821 or email harrierscommunity@hotmail.co.uk Payment can be made in advance or on the day. Please send name, age course attending, any medical conditions and an emergency contact.

Wulstan’s Lodge will also be running their Half Term Holiday Club from Monday 26 October to Friday 30 Ocotber. There is a promise of fun filled days involving games, slime, crafts, cooking, and spooky themed activities. Sibling discounts are available. For further information  contact Sally Bache on  01299 829032 or                                                                                     info@wulstanslodgechildcare.co.uk

Congratulations to all our children who entered Mrs Brown’s Gardening Club Pumpkin and sunflower competition. She had some wonderful entrants and clearly some very green fingered young gardeners at St Wulstan’s. The winners are Thomasin who won the largest pumpkin (girth 152cm) and Annabelle and Colby won the tallest sunflower (306cm). Congratulations to you all!

Can I remind parents that an email has be sent out to all families regarding our new digital platform for Home Learning in the event of any potential school closures. If you did not receive the email, please check your junk mail box. Please either print off and return the permission slip at the bottom of the letter attached to the email. Alternatively, please click on the Seesaw Permission Form tab on the homepage to provide your consent electronically. Thank you.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank the many parents who have shown their support to the school since fully reopening in September. As I have said before it is wonderful to have the school brought back to life with the children’s energy. They have been fantastic in their behaviour, attitude work ethic and cheerfulness. In the challenging times we are all experiencing it is now that we really see the strength of our community, children , families and staff. Thank you all for your support and trust.

Have a lovely weekend and we look forward to seeing the children back on Monday.

 

KE Savage

Principal

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