congratulations to you all!!!! - Somers Heath Primary School

congratulations to you all!!!! - Somers Heath Primary School

11th November 2016 Today is Armistice Day when we remember all those killed, wounded and significantly affected by wars. Somers Heath will hold our tr...

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11th November 2016 Today is Armistice Day when we remember all those killed, wounded and significantly affected by wars. Somers Heath will hold our traditional one minute’s silence at 11am, the time when the First World War finished. Poppies have been on sale all week. Today we also say goodbye to our PE teacher Miss Freeman who is going to work for a major leisure company nearer to her home. We wish her all the very best and know that her talents will be much appreciated at her new place of work. We already have a replacement teacher ready to take over from Monday 14th. He is Mr Cottrill. I am sure he will enjoy his time at Somers. Each Monday I do an assembly called ‘What’s in the news’. We look at world-wide events covering politics, religion, geography, sport etc. This week we had an additional assembly on Wednesday which was about the USA election. We found out who won, how to cast a vote and how long a president is elected for. Next Friday is Children in Need. Please wear red, yellow and/or spots for non-uniform and bring at least £1. Have a good weekend – Mr Imbush



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