It is nearly time for us to close our school doors and gates until January 8th so we can all get ready for the Christmas break that is around the corner. This is a time where we can be with our families. I hope you are all really excited as I am certainly looking forward to spending time with my loved ones as well as some of my old friends too.
I’m sure you will join me in wishing the staff and volunteers here at Great Binfields a wonderful, well earned restful holiday. They have worked so hard this term (especially being an 8 week term) and they are very much all ready for a break!
I will be thinking of you all getting very excited on Christmas Eve. I wonder what Father Christmas will bring you all? Remember (from our assemblies and school learning) to spare a thought for those children and adults who are less fortunate than us. As unfortunately for some people, Christmas is a sad time where they feel very lonely.
We must also not forget the true meaning behind the Christian festival of Christmas. Our EYFS, KS1 children and Mrs Lowe at Church helped remind us all about the Christmas story so please think back to these plays and the service as we are all unwrapping our presents on Christmas morning.
Have lots of fun everyone and Happy New Year. I hope that 2019 is going to be happy year for you. I’m hoping 2019 is going to be a good year for us all at GBP with lots of new learning experiences to look forward to.
I will look forward to seeing you all back in school on Tuesday 8th January as we have an Inset Day on the 7th January.
With the warmest of wishes,