B Cador: July 2018
What a lovely celebration of Y6 we had yesterday.
They shared a lovely lunch with their parents (thank you Mrs Warner!) before performing their French sketches, which were wonderful! Thank you Madame Sharpe!
At St Margaret's, they sang beautifully, spoke movingly, played confidently and touched us all with their personal insights and their togetherness.
Wow! You really shone brightly Y6!
All the children received their favourite book as a gift from school; an illustrated dictionary donated by Nantwich Rotary and presented by Michael Parrot and a book about moving on from St Margaret's Church. Thank you!
The children presented Lily and Billy-Jo with a gift each as they move on to Springfield for the next stage of their learning journeys.
We celebrated 100% attendance and Base 2 won the Golden Ticket for having the highest weekly attendance across two terms. A treat is on its way today Base 2!
I will leave you with a few snippets of the service...
'...One step must start each journey
One word must start each prayer
One hope will raise our spirits
One touch can show we care
Like the many who have have come before us,
We have journeyed through this school
It now is our time to say goodbye
We may only be one
But we remember...
Drop a stone into the water
In a moment it is gone
But there are hundreds of ripples
Circling on and on and on.
One voice can speak with wisdom
One heart can know what's true
One life can make a difference
You see...it's all up to you!'
Enjoy your end of year day out today Y6!
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