Marsh Green Christmas Fayre 2016
Thank you for coming to our Christmas Fayre - great fun was had by all. Father Christmas even managed to make it!
Celebrating the Queen's 90th Birthday
The whole school celebrated the Queen's birthday with Royal-themed fun and games on 29th June 2016. Each child received a commemorative coin to mark the occasion - something to treasure as only significant events in history are marked with these. As part of celebrating this momentous occasion, the whole school participated in an art competition. The quality of work was very impressive. The winners received a prize - linked to art of course and their work is very proudly displayed in school. As can be seen from the images, it is a display we are sure the Queen would be pleased with!
As always, thank you for helping your child to be as creative as possible and encouraging them to join in with all celebrations that happen at Marsh Green throughout the year.
Easter Bonnet Parade
Please join us for our annual Easter parade. The children always enjoy seeing their family members supporting them. The bonnets are getting better and better each year - a testament to the pride our children take in their work. Easter eggs will be awarded to the most creative homemade bonnets - try to be creative with items you might have in your home; newspaper, foil, ribbon etc.
As a celebration of Spring we will also be wearing yellow and green clothing!
Parade begins 9.10 am 24th March 2016
School closes at 1.30pm
We will be celebrating Diwali on 10th November 2015. This will be a whole school celebration. If you would like to help with this celebration please speak to Mrs Bell.
We are very lucky to have Mrs Kaur (parent and governor) who has offered to come into school to do Mehndi patterns on 10th November 2015 in the morning. A letter will be coming home after half term. Your child will only be allowed a Mehndi with parental consent. There will be a small cost.
Remembrance Day 11th November 2015
We will be paying our respects on this day with two minutes silence. "Lest we forget."