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Grandparents' Tea

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St Patrick’s Christmas Tree Festival

We have been invited to decorate a tree for the Christmas Tree Festival at St Patrick’s Church, Patrick Brompton.
We have chosen blue and silver to represent Aysgarth colours and we would like as many children as possible to make a blue and silver Christmas tree decoration to go on our tree.  
Please bring the decorations into school as soon as possible.  The Festival will take place on 10th and 11th of December.

Netball report by Georgie Bell

We played our netball match this week against Terrington Hall.  The sports hall was very big and the score was 2-1 to Terrington.  My highlights of the game were that my Mum came to watch and the tea after the game: sausages and chips! I think we played really well as a team (I scored the only goal) but Bella and Jemimah played  extremely well on the wing.

Tag Rugby report by Alexander Storer

A couple of days ago Aysgarth Pre-Prep Rugby Team played three rugby matches against Bronte House.  The matches were good and at least every match everyone scored a try.
There were some under sevens games, but an under eight had to go and play with them be cause they had one player less.  It was wet and muddy but the rugby players didn’t mind (only the parents did!).

Clay Pots

PP1 spent a lovely afternoon making their own clay pots.  They are going to decorate them when they are fully dry.  Do watch out for some photographs of the finished articles.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Certificates

Last week’s certificates were presented to: 
Flora Orde-Powlette for listening and trying really hard.
All of PP2 for being the kindest class.
Poppy Dinsdale for her super attitude to her work.
William Biker for amazing handwriting.

Early Years News

It has been a very exciting week with lots of handwriting development.  From the youngest members of Nursery experimenting with mark making to the start of letter formation—’g’ for Gruffalo has been popular—then moving onto children writing their own names.  In Reception, even some words all on their own.
The children have been very proud of their efforts and have made some fantastic progress.