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Bring me some figgy pudding!

This week saw the delivery of Christmas puddings to St Neot’s.  The  School Council and a band of helpful elves put stickers on the puddings and delivered orders around the school.  The winners were delighted with how their designs looked.   A huge thank you to everyone for ordering puddings and for supporting the School Council fundraising initiative! Well done to everyone and enjoy tasting your puddings!

Tusker children celebrate as ‘A King is Born’

The children in Tuskers sang their hearts out and entertained their visitors as they put on a wonderful performance of ‘A King is Born’. They impressed everyone with their confidence in saying their lines, dancing and singing as well as learning about the real reason for celebrating Christmas.

Autumn Week 12

Head’s Awards:

Lots of hard-working mathematicians were given Head’s Awards this week - Kitty W for fantastic effort,
James W, Alistair E and Thomasin M for great achievement and Harry P for excellent efforts and achievements. Ethan F was also commended for his amazing homework on the Romans. Thomas A was given a Head’s Award for extending his knowledge outside the classroom by compiling a fantastic presentation on the Pop Art movement, which he has been studying in his art lessons this term.

Citizens of the Week:

Rebecca S for always encouraging her classmates, Charlie F and Oscar T for always being polite and kind to everyone, Safia for being very good about tidying up books before leaving the library, Olivia G, Aoife L and Zoe C for supporting and helping a St Neot’s peer at district cross country and Jamie O for helping children tidy away after lunch.
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Autumn Week 12

As Christmas fast approaches, with festivities in full swing, we had our last round of fixtures for this term. The boys played rugby against Crosfields and there were some cracking games. The firsts put in a great performance to win convincingly, whilst the U10As played out an end to end draw. The U10A girls and the seconds had great netballing wins against Sherfield.

This week also saw children in years 7 and 8 take part in District cross country trials. There was some stiff competition, but the children ran superbly and we are delighted to say the following children have been selected to represent the District at the County cross country event: Zoe, Rosie, Olivia, Anna, Oscar, Harry, Charlie, Matthew. A big congratulations to all of them, and in particular Charlie, who won his race.
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