We do hope that as many of you as possible will be able to join us for our Christmas celebrations at Greenfield in the last week of term.
Carols by Candlelight takes place in school on Monday 12 December at 6.30 pm. This is an evening of celebration for our school community, when we shall be entertained by our choir and performances from every child in our school, who is learning a musical instrument. We are pleased to have so many keen young musicians at Greenfield, who are working hard to learn to play a range of instruments. Carols by Candlelight provides them with an opportunity to play in public and share their talents. This evening of seasonal entertainment, including community carol singing accompanied by mulled wine and mince pies served by our brilliant Friends of Greenfield, should get everyone into the Christmas spirit.
Our Carol Service at St Thomas’ Church on Tuesday 13 December at 10.00 am will be in the form of a traditional ‘Carols and Nine Lessons’. We are grateful to Reverend Andrew Sillis for welcoming us to the church again and look forward to a large Greenfield congregation coming together to celebrate the true meaning of Christmas.
We are happy for the children to come to school in party clothes for our Party Day on Thursday 15 December. Our eagerly anticipated Greenfield’s Got Talent will take place in the morning and the class parties in the afternoon.
To avoid the need to iron extra uniform, the last day of term, Friday 16 December, will be a Save the Children Christmas Jumper Day. If you haven’t got a Christmas jumper, children are welcome to wear something festive or their party clothes instead.