Friday 16th July 2021
End of Term
Term finishes for the children on Tuesday 20th July. Please make sure all remaining books are returned to school next week. I am looking forward to a special prize assembly and a farewell breakfast with Year 6 too on Monday 19th July from 8.30am in the peace garden.
Goodbye and Good Luck
Next week we will be saying goodbye to our beautiful Year 6 children. We are so proud of the way they have kept going and risen to all the challenges they have faced this year. We will miss their steady determination. Thank you for making us smile. We will miss every one of them and hope they will keep in touch and let us know how they are getting on in their new schools.
Goodbye too, to Mr Ledger. He will be sadly missed at St Vincent’s and we are very grateful for all he has done during his time here. Thank you too, to Miss Muna, our lunchtime supervisor who will be leaving us next week. We wish them both good luck for the future.
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See the latest week’s newsletter and Stars of the Week here.
Dates for Your Diary
Tuesday 20th July End of Term for pupils
Wednesday 21st July Training Day
Click here for a link to the term dates for next year.
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