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Summer Term Dates

Tuesday 23rd April 2019Training day for all staff - no school for all children
Wednesday 24th April 2019School reopens for Summer Term
Monday 6th May 2019May Day Bank Holiday - no school for all children
Friday 24th May 2019Last day of half term
Monday 27th May – Friday 31st May 2019Half term for all children
Monday 3rd June 2019School starts for all children
Thursday 11th July 2019Last day of term for kindergarten children
Friday 12th July 2019Last day of term for lower school children
Friday 12th July 2019Training day for non-lower school staff

 

Term Dates 2019-2010

Festivals and Celebration in Lower School 2018 – 2019

Upcoming Events

Curriculum Talk – Art in the Curriculum – Tuesday 21st May – 7:30pm

Whilst giving particular focus to art as a subject, the talk will explore how and why our approach to teaching all subjects in the class teacher years is a fundamentally artistic one.

Early Years Parent Talk – Children’s Drawings – Wednesday 22nd May – 1:30pm-3pm

Children’s drawings are absolutely fascinating as they portray the essential elements of the developmental process.  In the same way as the first babbling is unconnected with particular racial or national characteristics, children’s pictures are also universally human.  In the period of the first seven years the language of symbols is echoed all across the world.  If we look closely we see that each child conveys their own beautiful messages through the dialogue of their illustrations, but in doing so demonstrates the universal vocabulary of early childhood drawings.  Cherish your children’s pictures from their first scribbles to their more complex narratives.  They are a gift and they are an expression of who they are and the phase they are in.   

If you want to find out more please do come and join us on Wednesday afternoon (22nd May) at 1.30pm in the Parent and Child room.

Our School Waldorf 100 Hanging will be exhibited at the Cambridgeshire Guild of Weavers, Spinners and Dyers (CGWSD) - Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th May (10am-4pm) in Grantchester Village Hall, Grantchester, Cambridge.

Come along to the exhibition and let your children see their hanging form part of an exhibition! Have a go at spinning and weaving - experts will be on hand to help! There will also be a pop-up cafe selling lots of cake, tea and coffee.

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