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Last minute reminders – Malham Residential

Just a few reminders in preparation for the residential trip to Malham next week.

  • School will be open from 6:45am on Monday and all residential children must be in school by 7 am at the latest as we need to leave by 7:15 to collect the Stibbard children.
  • Leave all big luggage by the railings at the front of the school.
  • Children to bring day bags, pocket money and any medicines to the hall.
  • Medicines need to be named and clearly labelled with required dosage and times it is needed. Medicines and instructions need to be handed to Mrs Billman.
  • Pocket money (£5 max) needs to be in a named purse and should be handed to Mr Good.
  • If travel tablets are required, please make sure they are given before you arrive at school. Tablets for the return journey should be labelled and handed to Mrs Billman along with any other medication.
  • Children do NOT need to bring a sleeping bag- all bedding will be provided.
  • Children DO need to bring wellies or spare shoes that can get wet (this was not on the kit list)

Children will need the following items in their day bags:

  • Packed lunch
  • Drink in a refillable bottle (not fizzy)
  • Waterproof
  • Sun cream/ sun hat
  • Things to do on the coach: notebook, pens, pack of cards, travel games, books, magazines etc (no gadgets)

Please make sure EVERYTHING is named!

Have a great weekend and we look forward to everyone bright and early tomorrow morning!

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Church – Thy Kingdom Come

Dear Parents and Carers,

St Mary’s are planning a day of prayer on Friday 7th June, under the Archbishops’ call to prayer Thy kingdom come. There will be a variety of prayer ‘experiences’ during the day.

The idea is to pray for the coming of the Holy Spirit on our communities in the days between Ascension (30th May) and Pentecost (9th June).

As part of this day of prayer, the children will be joining St Mary’s Church on Friday 7th June at 14:15.

All parents and carers are also invited. The children will sing songs and have time to reflect and think about their neighbours and those who might be in need of prayer.

Due to the timing of this, please be aware that children will need to be collected from the church at 15:15.

Best wishes,

Miss Hardingham and Mr Good