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January

8th - Staff Training Day

9th - School opens for start of Spring Term

16th - Y5/6 Swimming competition at Thirsk Leisure Pool.

17th - KS2 Young Voices Concert at Sheffield Arena.

19th - Maple and Rowan Class Collective Worship at 8.55am.

23rd - Key Steps Gymnastics Competition at Thirsk School & Sixth Form College.

23rd - Swimming starts for Year 2, 3 & 4.

23rd - Phonics Workshop for parents/carers of children in Seedlings, Willow and Ash Class at 6pm.

24th - Young Voices Concert for parents/carers at Topcliffe Academy 6.30 - 7.30pm.

26th - Silver Birch Class Collective Worship at 8.55am

31st - E-Safety Workshop for children and parents, 6 - 6.45pm.

31st - E-Safety Workshop for parents only, 6.45 - 8pm.  There will be a Film Club provided for children during this workshop.

 

February

2nd - Music for Life Day.  Parent/Carers invited to concert at 2.45pm.

6th - Sports G&T Academy at Carlton Miniott School.

6th - Maths Workshop for parents/carers of pupils in KS2 (Years 3, 4, 5 & 6) at 6pm.

8th - KS2 Dodgeball Competition.

9th - School closes for half term.

19th - School opens for 2nd half of Spring term.

27th - East Barnby Residential Parents Meeting at 3.30pm.

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There will be a Music for Life concert on Friday, 2nd February at 2.45pm. Please come along and joing us if you can.

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