16th October 2015 newsletter

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Autism Support Crawley are very excited to bring the inspirational and high profile guest speaker, Robyn Steward, to Crawley next month, Thursday November 12th in the Stadium Suite of Crawley Town Football Club from 7.30pm. . This is a public event open to parent/carers, those with Autism, professionals and anyone with an interest in ASD. You must book your places in advance by emailing maria@autismsupportcrawley.co.uk

We have started our collection for Harvest Festival. We will be celebrating and studying harvest all of next week. If you are able to make a donation please send in tins or dried food. All of your donations will be passed on to The Easter Team. The Easter Team are a local charitable group that support families and people in need in the Crawley area.

May I correct a mistake on last weeks newsletter –  It wasn’t Larch Class that won the “Bake-Off”, it was Cedar Class!

Scott Cinema in East Grinstead will be showing an autism friendly screening of Hotel Transylvania 2 on Sunday 18th October at 10.30am.

We have a vacancy for a parent governor. The role reflects a commitment and involvement in the school over a four year period of office, during which time you will be required to attend two meetings per term. Training is available. If you feel you could contribute to the future of the school in this way please complete the forms and return to school.

This week the children had the opportunity to take part in an exciting African Drumming and Storytelling Session. Children from across the school enjoyed the vibrant and colourful celebration of African Culture as part Black History week.

Dates for your diary

  • Half term holidays – Monday 26th Oct-Friday 30th Oct
  • School Photographer – Wednesday 18th Nov
  • School Christmas Fair – Saturday 21st November
  • End of term – Friday 18th December
  • Inset days Monday 4th Jan and Tues 5th January
  • Children return to school Wednesday 6th January

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