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Posted on: December 7th 2020

Class Winter Party 17th December 2020

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Thursday 17th December will be our Rockliffe Manor Winter Party day!

Each year group bubble will host their own party in their classrooms. 

Children can come dressed in their party clothes and we would really appreciate if they could bring a party food donation for their bubble. 

(This needs to be wrapped snacks e.g. mini rolls, crisps, chocolate biscuits)

There will be party games and music to celebrate the end of term in the afternoon.

We are very sorry that we are unable to host live Nativity plays and carol concerts for you this year.  We are, however, thrilled to announce that all classes will be releasing a festive video full of singing and joy!

Please ensure you have access to your Google Classroom log in details to watch these    wonderful performances.


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Posted on: 10/12/2020

School Closure - Friday 18th December 2020

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