Yesterday Toby, Jacob, Charlie, Oakleigh, Joe, Ryan, Carys, Annabelle, Jessica, Sasha, Cecily, Phoebe, Megan, Diya, Reilly, Bella, Nola, Marcie and Angelina , Mrs Eade and I headed off to the Genting Arena in Birmingham for the eagerly anticipated Young Voices concert. We had been busy learning the songs and all the dance moves to join the other 7000 children. As always a highlight for me is to watch the Urban Strides group dance on stage – they are amazing and I certainly enjoy trying some of the actions with the songs as well as the electric atmosphere when the lights go out and the children let out a huge scream.
The whole school enjoyed a tasty Christmas lunch today.Thank you so much Gemma for all your hard work – lunch was amazing!
On Thursday Revd. Sue led our special assembly in the Abbey to present our Poppy Banner. It was a very moving time especially hearing the names of soldiers from the village who lost their lives during the wars.
Both for children starting school in September 2019 or later and also for all members of the community to visit
We would like to invite you and your friends to visit our friendly, welcoming and hardworking school on
Thursday 6th December and Friday 7th December
Please arrive from 9.30am to 11am for coffee to meet our Headteacher, Mr Leigh, followed by a tour of the school given by the Year 6 children with an opportunity to spend some time in classrooms meeting staff and pupils
If you can come along please let us know, thank you.
email@example.com or 01865 340081. Alternatively, do just drop in.
We look forward to meeting you and welcoming you to Dorchester St Birinus CE Primary School
Yesterday saw our second Harvest Festival in the Abbey since we re-started having our service during the school week. It was great to see so many parents who were able to join us. I was very proud of all the readers, who did an amazing job – well done! A big thank you to everyone, who was able to bring some foodstuff to support the Wallingford Food Bank – I know it will be greatly appreciated.