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Bacon and Book Swap - Thursday 5th December

Added on by Silver Birch.

Due to the phenomenal success of our Books and Bacon event last term we would like to invite you to come along on Thursday 5th December to our Bacon and Book Swap.

From 8.00am, Mr Howe and his team of chefs will, once again, be cooking up a sizzling breakfast (with more frying pans this time!).  All children are invited to bring along a grown-up and share a newspaper, magazine, book, back of a cereal packet…while enjoying a bacon sandwich or some cereal.

As well as a grown-up, children can bring a book (or books) that they have enjoyed reading and swap it for a different book.  This could be a good way to clear the shelves before Christmas and, hopefully, a chance to pick up some fun new books to enjoy.

If you are able to come along to this fun event please fill in the reply slip attached to the letter (which went in book bags today) and return to the school office by Wednesday 4th December at the very latest.  We really do need the slips back so that we know how many to cater for – last time we just managed to have enough bacon to go round!

We look forward to seeing you and your books next week.


Welcome Back Everybody!

Added on by Betsy Huggins.

Welcome back to a very exciting new phase in the life of Neston School. It has been a real pleasure to watch how quickly our delightful Willow class have settled in. It was lovely to be invited to a picnic in their classroom where plastic ice creams and coffee served in egg cups were the order of the day. 

The building work is finished and the new playground will be completed by the end of next week. Children in Willow and Chestnut are thoroughly enjoying their new classrooms. If you haven’t had a chance to have a look at the new rooms, please feel free to pop down and take a look at the end of school after 3.15 pm. An official opening is at the planning stage; more news to follow! 

Once the new playground is ready, Willow class and Chestnut class will be able to enter their classrooms in the morning by walking around the outside of the building, along the playground to their cloakroom entrances where their teachers will be ready to greet them. I will send a text so that parents are aware when the new route is ready. 

Our year 6 children have had a fabulous time at Liddington on their residential trip. Raft building, zip wire and mountain biking are just a few of the exciting activities in which the children have been involved. I have been very impressed with the resourcefulness and the resilience which has been shown by our children, and a big ‘thank you’ goes to all our staff and the governor who have supported the children. 

Thank you for your continued support.

Pam Evans