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Black History Month Visitor

We welcomed Hashi Mohamed to our school this week to inspire us with our learning about Black History Month.  We are learning about recent history makers.

Hashi works as a barrister.  He does a very important job; ensuring new buildings are safe for people to use and promote people’s good health.  Hashi had a very interesting but challening childhood.  He arrived in England at 9 years old without his family.  He didn’t speak any English and faced many challenges at school.  However, he overcame barriers and made the most of the learning opportunities available.  We were all very inspired by Hashi.

Our Year 6 pupils had the opportunity to ask Hashi some further questions about his childhood and work.   I wonder if he’s inspired some of our pupils into a career in law?

 

 

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Cabot Harvest Festival

Last week we held our Harvest Festival celebration assembly.  Thank you all for giving so generously to our collection.  Mrs Redwood and our School Council representatives have collected all the donations and passed them on the the Food Bank at the Malcolm X Centre.   We are proud to be able to help those in more need than ourselves.

 

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Reading at home

Thank you to all the parents that attended the Reading coffee morning today.  We hope you found it useful to hear and share great tips for supporting your children at home with enjoying and making progress with reading.  Thank you Ms Davies for organising and hosting this session.

 

 

 

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Cabot Summer Fair 2018

All the fun of the fair today!  Thank you Claire and our wonderful parents and staff for putting on another fantastic Cabot Summer Fair.  It was great to welcome so many of our friends from the community, including ex pupils and ex staff, and our friendly neighbourhood police and PCSOs.

 

 

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Summer Fair – Monday 24th July 1.30-3pm

 

Our Summer Fair will be held on and around our school grounds on Monday 24th July between 1.30pm and 3pm.  You are invited to collect your children from classes at 1pm and then accompany them to the fair.  School staff and PTFA will then spend 1pm to 1.30pm setting up the Fair.  Any uncollected children will not be able to attend the school fair.  They will be in our Studio room supervised by school staff.  Collections after 1pm must be made via the school office.

The PTFA would be very grateful to any parents who are able on the day.  We also welcome donations of vegetarian and nut free food.  If you are able to help, please contact Claire Humpherys, either via the school office on talk to her directly at drop off and collection times.

We look forward to seeing  you all there!

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