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100% Attendence Tree
Have you seen our 100% attendance tree?  It is displayed in the school reception for everyone to see. Come and find your name if you have 100% attendance so far!
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A HUGE well done to:

Liaghnisha Foster
Mia Rose Lee
Christos Orakalidis
Lily Pickering
Leah Wright
Caitlin Evetts-Turner
Oliver Gouldsbrough
Jaylen Haywood
Harvey Turner
Annaliese Waterhouse
Joshua-James Waterhouse
Lexi-Mai Williams
Kaiden Buswell
Ava Darbyshire
April-Anne Fox
Jasper Fretwell
Morgan Knight
Eva Mandishona
Finley Rodgers
Bobby-Jay Sutton
Faith Waterhouse
Alexander Clarke
Cleo Foster
August-Rose Fox
Gemma Louise Kelk
Amelia Phillips
Jake Rolfe
Louise Sharpe
Lacey Brown
Edith Cooper
Millie-Jae Langton
Alfie Martin
Phoebe Davies
Grace Ellerton-Milner
Ollie Evetts-Turner
Freya Barratt
Jessica Murphy
Eva Pickering

Christmas
We had an amazing Christmas at Thurcroft (those who were well enough) as Santa himself came to visit us and bring us all some presents. A delicious Christmas dinner was enjoyed by some of the children and we all had Christmas parties too! What a busy time it was! Well done to everyone for a superb effort in the Christmas Play! Everybody enjoyed it immensely.
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Harvest Festival
Thank you for all of the Harvest contributions. We had an amazing display which was taken away to support the local communities.

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Halloween
You all looked so amazing when you turned up for the Halloween Disco and Film night. From the two nights we raised; £146.50 from the disco and £395.50 from the film night. Thank you all for coming and enjoying the spooky fun!
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Diwali Day
What a huge hit Diwali day was! The children enjoyed celebrating all things Diwali; making Diya’s, candles, crafts, sampling food and doing some acting.

Attendance Facts

Being in school matters, that’s why it’s the law. A 2 week holiday during term time takes attendance down to 94.7% without any other absences, this already places the child in the lower category for attendance and reduces their achievement level.
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Being in school on time is a positive start to the day. It helps your child get the most from their education and inevitably leads to achievement and success.
Good time keeping means… being in school before the registration bell. late

Panto!
What a great time we all had watching Jack and the Beanstalk by M&M Productions.
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MacMillan’s Coffee Morning
Thank you to everyone who helped and who came along. You really were the ‘icing on the cake’. We raised £217.84! Thank you again!

 

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