Today we had Andy Baker, Director from Lancaster football club visit us at school. Following many generous donations from the school staff and pupils we were able to amass a significant amount of food and homegoods. We have given these to Olive branch whose missions is to support those suffering distress caused by addiction, broken family relationships, poverty and homelessness, and to enable individuals and families to resolve and alleviate their difficulties. Andy very kindly came to school to collect the goods and pass them on on our behalf. A bit of goodwill at Christmas time.
This morning we went to a local farm, Calderside, which supplies Christmas trees. We selected the best one we could find and took it back to school. During the day we listened to Christmas music whilst we decorated the Christmas tree. The baubles were a little fiddly but we got there in the end.
Over the next two weeks we will be having lots of Christmas fun. There are a variety of exciting trips happening including pantomime,cinema, chocolate making and most important, a trip to see the reindeers!
In school each pupil in each of the six classes will be making a christmas craft or treat. We will all then put these in a Christmas treat bag that each and everyone can take home. This means everyone in school gives everyone else a Christmas present!