B Cador: March 2017
Film Night was a huge success with 81 pupils attending — a huge increase on last term's attendance.
The children's behaviour was exemplary and they thoroughly enjoyed the film choice, even clapping spontaneously at the closing scenes. A child commented to me that it had been a great film and she'd had a tear during one part.
A very big thank you to parent volunteers and FOWS (Mrs Howell, Mrs Heaton, Mrs Taylor, Mr and Mrs Midwinter, Mrs Owen) and to Debbie (office) for their support on the night and in the organisation running up to the event. Thanks, too, to Mr Sargeant for helping with the technical side of setting up for Film Night and helping put out chairs and to Miss Pitchford for helping at the end of the event to ensure our children were safely reunited with their parents.
We look forward to hearing from Mr Jones (FOWS Treasurer) regarding the amount raised on the night.
Many thanks for your continued support of these events, which actively benefit all our children in school.
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