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We were joined by Nancy Lake today for our assembly time, which focussed on the Blue Cross charity. She led an EYFS/KS1 assembly and a KS2 assembly and made links to Animals at War to support our autumn, whole school theme 'War and Peace'.
This is an email we received form Miss Lake later this afternoon:

Dear Mrs Cador and Mrs Charlesworth,

Just a quick note to thank you for allowing me to come in to your school today to deliver talks on behalf of the Blue Cross. It was lovely to receive such a warm welcome, to meet such fantastic, friendly children and staff, and to be able to share talks about 'How to keep safe around dogs' and 'The History of the Blue Cross/Animals at War'.

The children from both Key Stages listened beautifully and participated very well indeed, offering intelligent and thoughtful answers to questions asked.

Many thanks and kind regards

Nancy Lake
(Volunteer Education Officer)

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