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08.12.17 P1A

Another busy week in P1A!

We have been feeling very festive this week and we have even had our own special visitor… Buddy the elf!

He comes to see how kind and hard working we can be each day and then each night he flys back to tell Santa. Every morning he leaves us a note and encourages us all to make good choices. We have all loved having him here with us and we look forward to seeing what he has to say next week.

We have all been very busy getting organised for our Nativity performance next week. We have even made some lovely donkey hats as part of our costume.

We were very lucky this week to have the help of Mrs Bremner who showed us how to make some lovely robin Christmas cards! These look wonderful and they will be coming home with the children soon.

We look forward to seeing many of you on Tuesday for our Nativity performance in Kings Park church.

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