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Canbury School Newsletter 14th December 2018. issue 145

Dear Parents and Visitors

Good afternoon everyone and welcome to the last edition of The Canbury School Newsletter for 2018. We've had the most wonderful week this week, with ice skating, our student lunch, our tea party for local senior citizens, our amazing pantomime, a rousing House competition this morning, Dean's haircut for charity, and a staff dance off (who knew Mr Barnett was so nimble on his feet?).

Thank you for your support throughout the year and for the many generous gifts which have come our way this month. May I wish you all a very merry Christmas and a calm and safe 2019. We look forward to welcoming all students back to Canbury on Tuesday 8th January 2019 at 8.10am.

Finally, the Designated Safeguarding Lead staff, 1st Ms Clancy and 2nd Mrs Johnson will be contactable by email throughout the Christmas holiday for safeguarding concerns via the safeguarding@canburyschool.co.uk email.

This address is for safeguarding only and not for general school enquiries.

Kind regards

Ms Clancy

Head

Monday saw a whole school trip to Hampton Court ice skating rink. We all arrived and left in one piece with no broken bones. Result!

The next treat of the week saw Canbury students dining in style at The Kingston Lodge Hotel.

Ladies and gentlemen who lunch.

The week then continued with a very civilised afternoon tea party on Thursday where we entertained our guests from Sherwood Grange to tea, coffee, sandwiches, cake and an obligatory glass of sherry. They were delightful company and enjoyed watching snippets from the Canbury Show which was to be performed later that evening.

A beautiful mixing of the generations on Thursday afternoon.
Friday morning House competition mayhem. Clockwise top left to right: Campbell House, the judges, the staff dance off (with winner Mr Barnett second from left), Noble House, Johnson House.
Dean's hair - now you see it, now you don't. Well done Dean. We will let you know after Christmas how much money he raised for 'Stand up to Cancer'.

Kind regards

Ms Clancy

Head

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