It was a pleasure to see the children in action on the stage on Friday. All did extremely well in their Nativity Plays and we were very proud of their efforts.
Our sincere thanks go to all the parents who helped them learn their lines and the teachers and teaching assistants who have worked so hard to write words, choreograph dances, design costumes and rehearse the children.
On Monday the children tucked into a traditional Christmas lunch, complete with crackers on the tables. Today the older classes visited Harrogate theatre to watch a production of ‘Dick Whittington’ whilst the Nursery children enjoyed a Christmas party in school.
Tomorrow morning we are holding a carol service in the Prep School Chapel and we look forward to welcoming as many of you as possible.
We wish you all a joyful and peaceful Christmas and will enjoy hearing about the holidays when everyone returns to school on Thursday 12th January.
With best wishes,
Rob and Lottie Morse
Lights, Camel, Action!
What a performance; from dancing camels to cart wheeling stars! Everyone did a fantastic job in the PP1, PP2 and PP3 Play. It really was ‘Strictly the Nativity’ with all the glitz and glamour you would expect from such a show.
Early Years Nativity
What an entertaining performance—everyone really did try their best! The children loved wearing their costumes and singing the songs and it is no easy task to stand on stage in front of so many people and they did a splendid job. We hope you enjoyed their re-telling of the Nativity story.
Last week’s wow moments were ...
- Lyla for some beautiful singing and dancing.
- Pippa MacLelland for fantastic organisation.
This week’s wow moments have been ...
- Josh Grimmett for being helpful
- All of Nursery for constantly wowing Mrs Brown.
The certificates on 2nd December were presented to:
- Jake Goodhart for being prepared
- Alexander Wyvill for his effort during play rehearsals
- Solomon Foot-Tapping for some amazing handwriting
- Luc Wells for being prepared for lessons
The certificates on 9th December presented to:
- Romilly Foot-Tapping for being enthusiastic with 100% commitment
- George Hill for his independent writing
- Martha Pybus for her enthusiasm and 100% commitment
- Gabe Collier for all round effort
Trophies and Cups
The Biker Cups for kindness during the autumn term were presented to:
- Cecilia Foot-Tapping
- Freddie Wood
- Jake Goodhart
- Bertie Bullas
- Bella Bland
- George Hill
The Adair Cup for artistic achievement was presented to:
The Sinnott Cup for swimming was presented to:
The Hill Trophy for sporting attitude and behaviour was awarded to:
The Lambert House Cup was won by Blue House.
A big thank you for the toys we picked up last week. They have been sorted and distributed to families in Catterick and Middlesborough.
God Bless and Happy Christmas to all. Maria and Barrie, The Salvation Army.
- William Wyvill
- Beatrice Quinton-Bottley
- Millie Cox
Christmas Tree for Patrick Brompton Church
The four House Captains took all our blue and silver decorations to display on our tree at St Patrick’s Church.
On Monday everyone enjoyed a traditional Christmas lunch with all the trimmings. The kitchen staff also prepared a lovely sticky pudding and sent the children back to Pre-Prep with satsumas and chocolates for their afternoon snack!