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We, at Wrenbury Primary School, really value being a part of our village community and a part of our school community with the NEP (Nantwich Education Partnership). We are delighted when our local community want to be a part of school too. That's why it is so important for our school families and our village neighbours to be able to come together, build friendships and share opportunities to benefit all our community members, especially our young people at Wrenbury Primary School.

How do we do it? Through organising and participating in events and activities that celebrate the partnerships, talents and community spirit we all have.
So here's what's on offer up to the summer break...

The Wrenbury Garden Trail
WHEN?
This Sunday!

There are a number of gardens open on Sunday around the village. The school garden is part of the trail. Ask at the Village Store for information.

Community Coffee Stop
WHEN?
Tuesday 16th June and Tuesday 21st July 9am-10am in School Hall

This informal coffee stop brings together parents, members of our school and local community and also the various community based organisations who can offer services and advice. Do come along and find out more! We'd love to get to know you better!

Fun in a Field for a Fiver
WHEN?
Saturday 20th June.

We have Y3 and Y4 children taking part with the fantastic support of Miss Smith. In school, we've been privileged to hear the group perform one of their pieces, 'When I grow up' from Matilda the musical. It is beautifully performed! Don't miss out! Pop along and enjoy the musical talents within our local community.

Information is available from School or Village Store regarding tickets and details of the day. Note: Money raised from this event is to be shared between St Margaret's Church, The Wingate Centre and School. The school are very grateful to the organisors for wanting to supporting the school in this way.

Schoolzfest
WHEN?
Saturday 4th July

All our children are invited to take part in The Big Sing in St Mary's Church in the morning. Mrs Chapman Brown and Mrs Pascall are helping us to learn the three songs we will be singing during assembly time.

Base 3 children are performing their oral storytelling piece later in the morning, following work undertaken with The Journey Man and supported by Miss Carter. Don't miss it!

We have entered a piece of artwork for the 'Families' art exhibition that will be on view in Nantwich Museum. Again, enjoy our contribution. A huge thank you to Mrs Parsons for co-ordinating the project with the support of all our staff. Every child has created their own piece. All our children's work will be show cased in school for you and the children to enjoy.

Wild West Summer Fair
WHEN?
Saturday 11th July 3-5pm for fair, Raffle 5-6pm, Hoe down 6pm -

Lots of stalls, games to play, refreshments and live entertainment all in keeping with our Wild West theme. Join in the fun...dress up...stetsons, checked shirts, stirrups and cowboy boots...

Yee-hah! It's going to be amazing!!

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