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Please find attached a copy of this week’s newsletter.
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Dolphin Class have been investigating which is the runniest liquid. They used a ramp and a timer to determine the winner. They were very surprised at the outcome!
Our Book Fair will be held from Thursday 15th March until Thursday 22nd March in the Ocean Room after school.
All of Year 4 children have taken part in the One Million Kids initiative with Joe Wicks’ live workout.
To raise awareness for Sport Relief, both schools will be holding their bi-annual ‘It’s a Knockout’ competitions in school. During the week beginning Monday 19th March, teams will compete in a fun competition to represent their classes. On Friday 23rd March we will hold the year group finals and all children may dress in sportswear for the day. We are asking for a £1 donation on the day to go to Sport Relief.
Following a successful local campaign, the Signhills’ boys football team progressed through to the Northern Finals at Crewe Alexandra’s training ground. The boys, with Mr Parker and staff from GTFC, made the long trek across the country on Friday to participate.
The boys did themselves and the academy proud. With two wins, a draw and a narrow defeat to Crewe, they progressed to the semi-finals. Unfortunately, despite playing some excellent football, they were beaten by Morecombe – who went on to win the tournament.
Well played boys!