14000 steps to Drew’s pond and back, blessed with good weather and the children have dipped, measured and scavenged alongside the river banks.
Your children have provided us with some excellent laughs and their resilience and positivity has shone through along with the sun.
Currently they are showering (well …… some) and preparing for the talent show.
Next update tomorrow morning
Hopefully the 5 miles will ensure a good nights sleep.
The Braeside Team
Don’t forget it’s the School Disco this Wednesday.
EYFS, Years 1 & 2 from 5.30 – 6.30pm.
Years 3 – 6 from 6.45 – 8pm.
Get your dancing shoes on and come along for some musical fun!
Friday 1 February: School is closed today due to snow.
Five intrepid teachers from Malmesbury C of E Primary School are dusting off the Lycra to run the Bath Half-Marathon on 17th March 2019. Their plan is to raise money to build an exciting and inspiring outdoor classroom for our children. Outdoor learning is a wonderful way for children to gain new knowledge and experience, so the teachers thought they’d give them the best possible start by getting outside themselves and training for this mighty sporting feat.
The five runners vary widely in ability and experience – and at least one of them has very dodgy knees – but the important thing is that they are all passionate about giving the children the best-possible learning environment.
Any donations you can make towards their efforts are hugely appreciated. You can donate via https://www.justgiving.com/friendsofmalmesburyprimary.
Following the success of first Art Gallery display, the artworks of pupils in Years 2, 3,5 and 6 will be on show this coming Tuesday (27th November). The gallery will run from 3.15pm to 6.15pm and during this time you will be able to purchase a hot or cold soft drink
and some light snacks. Raffle tickets will also be on sale to win a piece of artwork which has been kindly been donated by
Luke Hollingworth; The Stencil Shed.
Don’t forget to wear your jeans or non school uniform next Friday!
On Friday 21st September 2018 (next week) we will be supporting Jeans for Genes Day, collecting in a suggested £1 donation for children/staff to come to school out of school uniform (in denim jeans should they wish). All donations will be collected in the class and a bucket will be left on the reception desk for any other donations.
Jeans for Genes help disorder-specific charities and patient groups to deliver inspiring projects and support services for children affected by a genetic disorder in the UK.
The monies raised on Jeans for Genes Day provide grants for day-to-day support, equipment, nursing and patient support services, and events which bring together affected children and their families.
Last year we raised £407.82, so please join in this time round!