B Cador: March 2018
What is wonderful about being part of a village community like Wrenbury, is that there is such a generous 'thinking of others' and 'giving spirit' amongst the families and the organisations within it; whether it is a financial offering, an offer of a shared opportunity or experience or the offer of time through their volunteering. At Wrenbury Primary School, we regularly experience all three and, on behalf of the school, I can't say thank you enough.
This week alone we have important thank yous to say...
Firstly, thank you to the Wrenbury Consolidated Charities for their generous £200 dontation to school. We will put it towards IT equipment to support the learning in school.
Secondly, thank you to the children (mums, dads and carers) for bringing in lots of lovely Easter Eggs for the Easter Bingo FOWS are hosting on Tuesday 27th March. It was very hard not to be tempted by such a huge display of eggs at the back of the hall. Thank you to FOWS for volunteering their time to organise the event.
Thirdly, thank you to Cath Mansfield and Bernie Lunt, who understand when we need a bit of extra support and ask 'When would you like me?' and volunteer their time beyond their usual hours in school to support the staff and our children.
Finally, thank you to each and every one of the staff at Wrenbury who step up, step in and smile, even on very busy days at Wrenbury — that's what makes you such a fantastic team!
Thank you to you all,
Your kindness and support is very much appreciated.
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