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First of all, a huge thank you to all of you who supported last week’s Macmillan coffee morning and cake sale. Together you raised an impressive £792.46 for Macmillan.
Secondly, another big thank you, for the amazing variety and range of food which was brought to school today for our Harvest Assembly and Food Sale. Thank you, also, to Mrs Stephens for helping our chaplain, Mrs Nicholls, to set up the display and for helping at the sale of the food at the end of the day. The money we raise from the food sale will be given to the Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church to help them feed the homeless. Then, on Sunday 14th January 2018, Mrs Nicholls and Mr Crisell will be taking Year 8 pupils to the Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church where they will have the experience of serving Sunday lunch to the homeless.
As a school we are thinking about being generous at the moment and these are two wonderful examples of the generosity of the Barrow Hills Community.
In assembly last Monday, I asked the children to think of a generous act of kindness they could do for someone in school or at home. Next week is ‘Be Generous’ week when we will be celebrating all the children’s kindness. So please do look out for those extra acts of kindness at home!
Congratulations to our outstanding cross-country runners, with Holly and Matthew taking first place in the Seaford U10s and James first place in the U11s. Barrow Hills were the overall winners at Seaford and the U11 boys won the Ripley Court Cross Country. A fantastic achievement.
The BHCC has been reinvigorated with lots of new committee members and volunteers so please do support them by buying tickets for Fireworks on Friday 3rd November.
With best wishes,