Choir Events Before Christmas

Dear Parents and Carers,

Many thanks for your offers to take children to our concert in Church Cottage tomorrow. Please meet at school at 10am to make your way to the venue next to St Michael’s Church in the town centre. Detailed letters were sent out in named envelopes to the individuals involved so I hope the letters all made their way safely home last week. The children will wear full school uniform for singing to the elderly. They are welcome to wear a Christmas hat. Children will be finished by 11:30am for their return trips to school.

For our school carol services on December 12, 13, 16 and 17, children will be wearing their choir shirts and ties please. We will provide the ties in school before each concert.

Next Tuesday, we have our final evening performance of our carol service. In our choir session today, the children were told that there is no need for them to attend the after school club choir session next week (17.12.19). It is best they go home and rest before the concert. If children really want to come, please let me know as I am always happy to sing together.

Kind regards,

Mrs Chapman

Getting Ready For Christmas

Dear Parents and Carers,

The choir have made such a brilliant start to our year of singing. We are so looking forward to our Christmas events which are coming up. They were amazing at the Christmas fair, and helped start the festive season beautifully.

Many thanks to all the families and children who have returned their letter about singing at St Michael’s Church on December 11th. If you have lost or indeed never seen a letter from your child about the event, we have attached copies for you to print at home and return.

The choir also take part in both the evening carol services at school on December 16th and 17th at 6:30pm. Further details on arrival time and expected finishing time will follow shortly. If your child is in Year 3 or Year 4 and you feel singing both evenings is too much for them (because of normal bed times) please let us know.

Best wishes,

Mrs Chapman and Mrs Baird