A Christmas Round-Up from the Junior Boys
It’s beginning to look a bit like Christmas, as the song goes, in the Boys’ Junior School. Our Christmas Tree that was decorated by the School Councillors is presently on display in St Faith’s Church as part of their Christmas Tree Festival. This year the tree is supporting Breast Cancer Awareness and is festooned in all manner of decorations – all pink – to highlight this wonderful charity. The tree (and many others too!) can be seen by the general public; it is quite a sight!
The Year 4 (and Year 3) play is coming along nicely. Charlie and Jim and the Chocolate Factory follows the well-known Roald Dahl story. We have two boys who win the golden ticket (Charlie and his brother Jim) and are shown around the factory by the Wonka brothers (that’s Willy and Walter!). The boys have been rehearsing so very hard and it promises to be a great show. Tickets can be obtained by contacting Mrs Hodson, the Junior School Secretary.
There are other things happening too. Christmas lunch is happening next Thursday and rumour has it that there is a VERY special guest popping in to spread Christmas greetings. We have turkey and all the trimmings – one of the highlights of the school year. The boys traditionally make Christmas hats and these are worn during the lunch and are a sight to see, if previous years are anything to go by.
Our visit to the pantomime takes place soon too. This year we are off to the Liverpool Everyman Theatre to see Beauty and the Beast, a Rock ‘n’ Roll show. The whole school travels in to town next Monday morning, wearing their Christmas jumpers and I can imagine that excitement levels will reach fever pitch. When we return we will be having our Christmas parties. It will be a great day.
The following day the PTA have arranged a Christmas Party after school. It is all taking place in the Sports Centre and we hope that everyone who joins in will have a great time.
On the last day of term we have our annual Christmas service in St Faith’s Church. We sing carols, listen to readings about the nativity and really start to celebrate the Christmas season.
So as you can see, there is a lot going on in our Junior School and I hope that you will be able to join us sometime before the end of term.
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