Dear Parent / Carer,
We would like to invite you to our annual seasonal concert, which will be held in school on Wednesday 14th December. The concert starts at 6.30pm. Pupils from Reinwood & Moorlands Junior Schools will be joining us for the concert. You will be able to pay for tickets on Parentpay at a cost of £3.00 and £2.00 for concessions and includes a glass of wine/soft drink and a mince pie.
We will also be holding our Carol Service at St Stephen’s Church Lindley on Tuesday 6th December. Pupils participating in the service will be going down to the church for rehearsals during the school day ready for a 2.00pm start. If your child/children are taking part you are more than welcome to come and watch, however, please note space is very limited for the carol service, as we use the balcony in the Church.
Pupils will be dismissed from the church at 3.10pm, please make arrangements for your child to either be collected or know to make their own way home.
If you require any further information please contact Mr Power or Miss Jackson.
Mr J Power
Year 7 pupils will take part in a Christmas Carol service at St Stephens Church, on the 6th December 2016. All year 7’s will leave school at 1pm to go to the Church by bus. They will then be dismissed at 3pm when the service ends. They are expected to make their own way home from the Church.
If any pupil needs to come back to the School please let the school know and arrangements will be made.
The service will comprise of traditional readings, carols and music to celebrate Christmas. This is a wonderful event that we organise each year for our Year 7 pupils that retells the story of the birth of Jesus in readings, carols and music. The event showcases the wonderful talents of our pupils and staff who participate.
Parents have already been emailed about this event. There is no need to reply unless you would not like your child to attend this event.
If you wish for your child to stay in school please reply and they will have normal lessons instead.
This is a traditional yearly event for Salendine Nook and we see this as a start to our Christmas celebrations”
Thursday 10th November was the 2016 Talent Show, and what a night it was!! There was an array of talent on show, including singing, dancing, rapping, and much more!
Tickets sold like hot cakes and the audience was bursting!
Here are the winners:
Overall Winner – Anna Rafferty
All the acts were fantastic. We would like to also congratulate the following on their performances and all their hard work:
Poppy Firth, Jess Murphy, Tyler, Ben & Kieron; Natalie Hinchcliffe, Katie Wignall. Chloe Sykes, Jack Schofield and Keera Warwick.
Hosts: Charles Mitchell, Dua Dar, Natasha Butterworth
Stage manager: Georgia Lawrence
Crew: Ellie Hinchcliffe, Ethan Lister, Ethan Haigh, JJ Russell, Oliver Salmon, Ben Graham, Joe Littlewood, Josh Brooksbank, Emma Kent, Charlotte Morris, Ria Brown, Jayapreet Bains-Williams and Daisy Brooke.
Judges: Mrs Johnson, Mr Clarke, and Danyall Malik our pupil judge.
We also had a very special guest judge – Challan Carmichael who was had us all dancing when he performed live for us. He was very impressed with the talent we have at our school.
A huge well done to all involved.
The Performing Arts Department
The OCR Cambridge National Certificates are now ready to collect from school.
They are now available to collect from the School Reception between 8am – 4pm.
On collection, identification will be required
Tuesday Lunchtime in SF5
Salendine Nook’s first Mandarin Chinese club is helping to demystify this often misunderstood language and inspire our students to engage with the language of the future.
The club will run until the Christmas holidays and will show students and teachers alike just how accessible and fun this language can be. Gone is the need to learn complicated verb endings and the genders of words; instead have fun learning about the fascinating culture of 1.4 billion people and one of the most important languages of our time!
Students of this giant of a language have already learnt how to talk about themselves and can even write a number of Chinese characters (no mean feat for a lunchtime club).
We hope to see the popularity of this language grow and our students lead the way in language learning.