18th November 2021
I hope that this email finds you all well.
The children really enjoyed our Remembrance Day; Revd Ainsley talked to the children, and the Year 4 pupils laid a wreath on the memorial.
On Friday 19th November we are supporting Children in Need by 'getting our strictly on'! If glamour and glitter is not for your child, home clothes will be perfectly fine. Not everyone has to participate in the talent show in the afternoon. Please see attached a leaflet regarding a Dance-A-Thon run by our very own Avenue Dance Company.
The PTA AGM is on Tuesday 23rd November at 6.30pm. Please do join us by signing onto this link
Google Meet joining info
Video call link: https://meet.google.com/dpq-fdcz-oaj
Please remember to book your child’s flu immunisation ASAP. The flu immunisation is on Friday 10th Dec and the flu consent site closes on Wednesday 8th Dec at 9.00am.
More information can be found at https://www.berkshireimmunisations.co.uk/
Although plans have not been completely finalised it is looking as though the Christmas Concert will be in two different year group bubbles. Years 2, 3, and 4 will be performing on Wednesday 8th and Thursday 9th December at 2.30pm. The performances will be the same and tickets will be allocated for two people to attend per family. The Year 1 and Foundation will be doing another concert on Monday 6th and Tuesday 7th December at 2.30pm. We are performing outside on the playground and will be hoping for good weather. Refreshments will be provided to keep us all warm!
Any families who are interested, there is a therapy session. There is a leaflet attached. Also, there is some information regarding online safety and keeping children safe from cyberbullying.
We would like to remind all parents that if they are purchasing anything from Amazon, particularly Christmas presents, that by using Amazon Smile they will be able to help raise funds for Braywood School Home and School Association. In addition, we are registered with easy fundraising who give a sizeable donation to any cause through https://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/
Also, the link to our Justgiving page is:
Any questions do please call the school office.
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