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14 December, 2018

Well, Christmas well and truly hit school this week! The Christmas Fair, music assembly, Christmas Jumpers, Christmas Dinner and Nativity all brought that seasonal magic to the school.

The hall was awash with activity last Friday as hundreds of you pored through the doors to be part of the festivities prepared for us by the PTA. Not only did you descend and devour all on offer, you were also amazingly generous and giving to the cause. Although we still have a few expenses to account for, I can tell you that we actually took OVER...


Academisation

Following consultation, Governors have decided to submit an application to academise as part of Robin Hood MAT.

Original target date was 1st January, 2019. However, due to some matters that need attention prior to conversion, 1st February, 2019 is now more likely.


"Baboushka" Christmas Performance

Ladies and Gentlemen,

We now have a limited number of seats available for next week's Y1-6 Christmas Concerts.

There will be two performances on Wednesday 19th December,one at 2:00pm and one at 7:00pm. The performance should last no longer than an hour.

Seats are limited to 3 per family and 252 per performance. Under3s do not need a booking, but must be seated on an adult's lap throughout the performance. The 3 seats can be reserved between the two performances.

Please go to the Parents Evening Booking System,https://ulverley.parentseveningsystem.co.uk, to book your seats.

More details about the performances will be sent out shortly.

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