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Today we had to say a sad goodbye to Mrs Mackenzie who is leaving us to return home to Australia. Mrs Mackenzie has only been with us a short time but she soon became a valued member of our Keystage 1 team. We wish Mrs Mackenzie all the best for the future.


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Tonight we took part in the Big Sing, performing with lots of other schools and people. Our 'Area Band' members played guitar as part of a huge orchestra and our choir performed the song 'If Every Child', which they had been learning as part of the Music Hub service. ​The night was a fantastic success with the children finally getting to show what they had been learning to a huge crowd (including a few parents.) The staff were extremely impressed with the event and were proud of the children who took part.


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The Christmas spirit arrived a day early at Crabtree Farm Primary School when we took over 300 children to see Aladdin at the Nottingham Playhouse. This is the first time we have taken that many children out on a school visit and it took an impressive six buses for us to reach our destination. ​We would like say a huge thankyou to Mrs Cullen for her hard work behind the scenes

making the visit possible and everyone at the Playhouse for making us all laugh. We are already looking forward to Cinderella next year!


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