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Autumn 2017 After School Activities letter and form

Autumn 2017 After School Activities.

 

The form is going home with your child(ren) today - please complete and return the form to the school office by 9am on Wednesday 15th September 2017.

 

We will let the children know if they have an activity by Friday 15th September. 

 

If the form is mislaid don't worry you can download one from above. 

 

 

 

 

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Primary Schools Cross-Country League

Sponsored by Tamar View Fruiterers and The Cornish Times

CHANGE OF VENUE TO: Lanhydrock - Friday 3rd March

The final event of this cross-country season is being held at Lanhydrock House and Gardens PL30 5AD. Please allow a little extra travel time through Glynn Valley for the diversion on the way there.

 

Directions:
Follow A38 through Glynn Valley, following the diversion off the A38 around Halfway House and back on again and take left turn at roundabout opposite Bodmin Crematorium towards Lanhydrock NT House.
Follow Brown signs and Arrows to parking which has changed in recent years to a 'One Way' system.

There are toilets and a cafe in the parking areas. NATIONAL TRUST parking charges apply!!

The Course START and FINISH area is across the road from the parking areas in parkland above the House.
It is suitable for spiked shoes - although there are 3 small tarmac road crossings

Race start times:
Yr 3/4 Girls 4.00pm
Yr 3/4 Boys 4.10pm
Yr 5/6 Girls 4.20pm
Yr 5/6 Boys 4.35pm

Registration from *3:15pm.* Could each school provide one marshal to help out on the course and please could entry monies of £1/child be handed in by the teacher/person in charge of each team when registering, collecting the marshal bib and results wallet. Please ensure children are supervised throughout and the premises are left litter free. It is up to the person in charge of each school to ensure that their children are supervised throughout the afternoon. NATIONAL TRUST charges apply!!

 

Running across country can be hazardous! A thorough risk assessment of the course has been undertaken but all participants must be aware that they compete at their own risk and neither organisers nor landowners will accept any responsibility for loss, damage or injury howsoever caused. EACH CHILD MUST BE IN GOOD HEALTH AND HAVE DONE SOME SUITABLE TRAINING.

If in the event of poor weather we will contact each school before 12.30pm.

 

GLEE WIN!

 

Glee Club entered this year's Callington Carnival with a Wild West themed float. Dressed as Cowboys/girls and Indians, the children dazzled the judges with the hard work they had put into the float decoration and wild western themed dancing; we won 'Best Junior Float'. Buzzing with excitement, all of the children enjoyed the procession, spotting family friends and staff in the crowd, keeping them entertained with versions of 5,6,7,8, Cotton Eye Joe and Timber.

 

Well done Glee Club and a MASSIVE THANK YOU to all adults who helped.

Glee Easter Extravaganza

Glee performed at the Town Hall to an expectant crowd of Caradon Disabled Club members. They were not disappointed as the children in Glee Club performed a range of songs from a Lion King number to Easter Jubilation with enthusiasm and smiles. The children certainly spread the message of the true meaning of Easter to members of our local community. They were rewarded with an Easter egg thanks to the generosity of the members of Caradon Disabled Club.     

 

Club Corner

 

In Cross Country Club we have been training and competing at races around the county. During training, we have been building stamina and improving our fitness through activities such as: circuit training, Indian running and playing games. The culmination of training is to be selected to represent the school at a race event where points are gained for race results. These results are added up and dictate the position of the school in the league table. At the last event, which was Lanhydrock, the team put in a superb effort with excellent results for all, showing the determination and perseverance of the children. We are looking forward to the next training session , race and the fun run at the end of the season.

 

Glee Club Sparkle and Dazzle!

Glee Club has built a reputation within the local community for being an outstanding group of young performers. As Christmas approaches, Glee Club is in demand! There are numerous events in and around Callington at which Glee have been asked to perform. We are due to perform at the Christmas Fair, for Caradon Disabled Club, the Evergreens, St Teresa's Nursing Home and with the Tamar Male Voice Choir. Take a look at the fun we've been having out and about in our local community.

 

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Mini-Glee show cased their singing at the Christmas Fair!

 

Mini-Glee performed for the first time this year at the Christmas Fair on Saturday. Overcoming nerves, they sang twice in the hall and canteen to a huge crowd who were very impressed by their smiles, actions and singing voices. In Mini-Glee we sing lots of songs but our favourites at the moment are, ‘There’s a hole in the bottom of the sea’, ‘Jingle Bells’, and ‘See the little Bunnies’. For the rest of the term, we will concentrate on learning some more Christmas songs and enjoying ourselves in all we do. Why don’t you ask one of Mini-Glee to tell you about our vocal warm ups? They are experts now!  Well done to all those who sang on Saturday! You were brilliant!!  

 

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