• Welcome to our growing academy family based in Tadpole Garden Village.  We provide a rich learning environment, that encourages inquisitiveness; supports exploration; lives by a set of Christian values and aims to give each and every member of our community a chance to be the best they can be.  The children and families who have already joined us have formed a strong and supportive community, that is contributing to building the wider community on this new development.  If you’re thinking of joining our community, we’d love to talk to you: please feel free to contact us using any of the methods detailed above.

    Jane Leo

    Principal

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    2018/19 Newsblog Term 5 Start of Term

    Hello All
    Hope you had a fun-filled Easter break!  We enjoyed welcoming you all back today as we start Term 5.  This is just a short blog with Term 5 and 6 dates and some information about a visit we are having from the NSPCC this week.
    In the blog this week:-
    Term 5/6 dates
    NSPCC visit and Parent Workshop

    Term 5 - 2018/19   
    Date   
    Time   
    Event   
    23/4   

    Children return to school – Tuesday   
    24/4

    Y5 Bikeability
    25/4

    NSPCC workshops
    29/4

    YR hearing and vision screening
    Y3 Trip to We, the Curious
    Y5 Mini Police Session
    30/4

    YR hearing and vision screening
    YR Sept 2019 Deadline for accepting places
    1/5

    14:00 - 15:00
    18:00 - 19:00
    Club places emailed out today
    NSPCC Parent Workshop - see below
    Parents Forum Group Meeting
    2/5

    School remaining open but is being used as Voting Station in Borough Elections
    4/5/19 - 10/5/19

    FOTF Tadpole Farm Superhero Scarecrow Hunt - 10 am 4/5 to 3 pm 10/5
    6/5

    School Closed May Bank Holiday
    12/5
    15:00
    St Andrews Church at Tadpole Farm
    13/5 - 16/5

    KS2 SATs
    14/5 and 17/5

    YN Trip to Butterfly World - YN closed on both days.
    16/5
    15:00
    Year 1 Worship on Truthfulness
    Year 1 parents are invited to join us
    20/5

    Y5 and Y6 Trip
    24/5

    End of term 5
    Term 6
    3/6

    Return to school for term 6
    4/6 & 5/6

    Prayer Space 2019- details to follow
    6/6
    15:00
    Pentecost Service led by Y5
    Y5 parents are invited to join us
    10/6- 14/6

    Phonics Screening Week
    13/6

    Year 5/6 visit to New College for Computing Workshops
    14/6

    Dress down day for FOTF Fayre- details to be confirmed
    18/6

    YR Trip to Roves Farm
    19/6
    18:00
    Parent Induction Meeting for YN
    21/6

    Staff training day- school closed to children
    24/6- 28/6

    Sports week.
    Children to wear PE kit to school every day.
    25/6

    Sports Day- Details to be confirmed
    26/6
    18:00
    Parent Induction Meeting for YR
    27/6

    EYFS Worship about Compassion
    Parents of children in EYFS are invited to join us.
    28/6
    12:00
    Year 2 parents invited to a taster session of school dinners- details on Parent Pay
    29/6
    11:30- 14:00
    School Fayre
    1/7

    Shuffle up morning.
    YN and YR new starters in.
    All children visit their new class and teacher.
    3/7

    Shuffle up morning.
    YN and YR new starters in.
    All children visit their new class and teacher.
    4/7

    Shuffle up morning.
    YN and YR new starters in.
    All children visit their new class and teacher.
    10/7

    KS2 End of Year Performance- Times to be confirmed
    14/7
    15:30- 17:30
    Show me sessions for YR- Y6
    15/7
    15:30- 16:30
    Show me sessions for YR- Y6
    19/7
    14:30
    Provisional date for Mini Police Certificates Assembly
    23/7
    9:00
    End of Year Worship
    If fine, we will be outside and all parents are invited to join us.
    If wet, we will be inside and it will be Tadpole Farm children and staff only (as insufficient space in hall)

    NSPCC visit (information provided by NSPCC) and Parent Workshop

    I’m pleased to tell you that we will be working with the NSPCC, the UK’s leading children’s charity, who’ll be delivering their Speak out. Stay safe. programme on Thursday 25th April. This is a nationwide programme for every primary-school-aged child in the UK and Channel Islands. With the help of their friendly mascot Buddy, they’ll be presenting an assembly to the children in our school as well as a workshop for Years 5/6.

    "NSPCC has helped me to build the confidence to tell people about my worries and problems." Child’s feedback

    As a charity, the NSPCC can only provide these vital resources thanks to the financial support and generosity of their supporters. Which is why I am delighted to say that our school has chosen to support the valuable work of the NSPCC by taking part in a fundraising event, and I would really value your support and encouragement. More information on how you can support their work will follow their visit to our school.

    What is the Speak out. Stay safe. programme?
    Through child-friendly, interactive assemblies and workshops their specially trained staff and volunteers will give our children information about how to keep themselves safe from harm and how to get help if they have any worries, sensitively discussing issues like bullying and sexual abuse, without using scary words or adult language.  We have studied the content of the materials and heard from other schools who have participated and are extremely confident that they are appropriate for primary-school-aged children. By the end of their visit, we’re convinced children will feel empowered – knowing how they can speak out and stay safe.
    “My daughter thought the volunteers were fantastic, really real people, very warm and friendly.” Sally, Prestatyn
    If you would like any more information about the Speak out. Stay safe. programme you can come in to speak to me or visit the NSPCC website nspcc.org.uk/buddy

    Talking PANTS with your children
    The NSPCC’s work in schools will help encourage conversations about staying safe – and they have a number of child-friendly materials to help you carry on the conversation afterwards. That includes ‘Talk PANTS’, a simple way for parents to help keep children safe from sexual abuse – without using scary words or even mentioning sex. The guide uses the rules of PANTS to teach children that their body belongs to them and them alone. You can find out more and download the free resources at nspcc.org.uk/pants If you’d like to know more about the NSPCC’s work, or take a look at the wide range of information and advice which is available for parents and carers, please visit their website nspcc.org.uk/parents

    If you have any questions about the above please see a member of SLT on the Drop Zone or email in to school@tadpolefarmcepa.co.uk.

    Parent Workshop - 1st May 14:00 - 15:00
    We’re here to help you keep your child safe online
    O2 and the NSPCC have joined forces on a mission to help all children and their families in the UK stay safe online. Together, they’re offering useful tools, support and guidance to help parents and carers have frequent conversations with their children about their online lives.
    Our free online safety workshop for parents and carers
    We would like to invite all parents, carers or family members to a free online safety workshop at school at 2pm-3pm on Wednesday 1st May . The content covered in the workshops is aimed at adults.  Parents with children are advised to arrange childcare if possible.
    The hour-long workshop will help parents, carers and other adults understand their child’s online world, build confidence to have those important conversations that can help keep children safe online and help you know where to go for help and advice.
    “After coming to this workshop today, I realise the importance of having conversations with my child rather than avoid the subject. I didn’t know there were things I could do to make it better, I’m so glad I came to this workshop. I will definitely be calling the helpline or going into store to get some help, thank you.” – Parent who attended the workshop

    Don’t miss out on this great opportunity. RSVP by signing up on this link https://forms.gle/izQSyfWdwWnnWruZ8 by Friday 26th April.
    Until then, if you need any support or guidance about keeping children safe online, here are a few things you could do:
    • Call our free O2 NSPCC Online Safety Helpline on 0808 800 5002
    • Download our Net Aware app on the App Store or Google Play
    • Pop into your local O2 store for online safety help from a Guru – you don’t even have to be an O2 customer!
    Sign up to our icebreaker email series.

    2018/9 Newsblog Term 4 Week 6

    Hello All
    Happy Easter Holidays everyone- we hope you have a fun-filled and happy break and look forward to seeing you on Tuesday 23rd April.   There will be a newsblog just before we start back to school with the dates for terms 5 and 6 so this blog is a round up of last weeks news only.
    In the blog this week:-

    Term 4 dates
    FOTF Update
    Reminder re Trips and Permissions
    News from the Eco-Committee
    Message for Y2 Parents
    Football Match Report




    Club Sign Up for Terms 5 and 6



    Term 4  - 2018/19   
    Date   
    Time   
    Event   
    8/4/19-22/4/19   

    School closed – Easter holiday   
    Monday 22/4/19 is a Bank Holiday   
    16/4/19   

    Offer Day for YR September starters   
    23/4/19   

    Children return to school – Tuesday   

    FOTF Update
    You may have spotted our lovely Superhero Scarecrow outside of school on Friday to advertise our Scarecrow Trail in May. So far families from school, classes at Tadpole, students at GWA and local residents have signed up to make one but we still need more. If you want something fun to do over the Easter Holidays with the kids why not sign up to make one? You don't have to live in TGV to create one as there are lots of locations we need them for. There are plenty of ideas online if you are stuck.  To join in the fun please complete the below form by Tuesday 9th April to sign up. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeJSoAArcStiwIsMMfGOYrMO1dCsensocLYfYEGuySDpTL9rQ/viewform?usp=pp_url
    Matched Funding
    Working Parents- If you want an easy way to make a big impact in FOTF you can ask your employers if they have a Matched Funding/Giving scheme. These types of schemes may give you time off to volunteer, match money you have raised (e.g. helping at a stall at the Summer Fair), or make a donation. It is worth asking!  

    Reminder re Trip Permissions and Payments

    Just a reminder for the following year groups - all payments and permissions are done through Parent Pay - please make sure you have paid and  given permission as soon as possible - thank you.
    Nursery: Butterfly world
    YR Roves farm
    Y2 Swimming
    Y3 We the Curious
    Y5 Residential payments due again
    Y6 Good citizen


    News from the Eco Committee

    The Eco-Committee have been busy boxing up around 1000 crisp packets from the families of Tadpole Farm! Thank you for bringing in your empty packets over the past few weeks - they are off to be weighed and sent off to be recycled to raise money for the Wiltshire Air Ambulance. Please keep them coming! We will keep our recycling going during Term 5, and will let you know if there are any other items we will start collecting, too.

    Message for Year 2 - Hook Day and Parent Invite to Taster Sessions for School Lunches

    To kick off our next topic in Year Two we will be spending part of our hook day (Tuesday 23rd April) at our forest school discovering local plants and planting our own beans.
    Please can all children bring in their forest kit for this day but come in their uniform. We may come back wet and soggy so they will want something to change back into!
    We are also asking each child to bring a see through jar or tub - labelled - that they can use to grow their own bean in for the term. Any spare jars would be gratefully received in case we have any children that are unable to find one!

    Y2 parent taster lunch meals have been added to parent pay and diary for end June. limited to 30 spaces over two days, all details on payment item.

    Football Match Report from Miss Wood

    I couldn't be prouder of the 9 boys that played this afternoon  (3/4/19). They worked tremendously hard and their hard work was rewarded as they only lost 2-0, with Red Oaks' second goal coming, agonisingly, in the last 5 minutes, in which the boys were pushing for an equaliser. It nearly came after we had chances through Luke and Owain, which wouldn't have been created without the effort of Darcy and Nathan working hard in midfield. The boys at the back were superb: Ryan, Daniel, Harley and William stood strong as Red Oaks piled on the pressure and with the help of our 'super shot stopper' Muhammad, they made sure the score stayed low.
    It's been a pleasure working these boys this year and despite results not going our way they are learning everytime they represent the school and are enjoying their experience of playing for the school team.
    Also a big thanks to Mrs Wathen who supported the boys this afternoon and took some cracking action shots.
    Miss Wood
    (A huge thank you to Miss Wood and Mrs Philpott for giving up their time to organise and coach the boys - from all of us at Tadpole)

    Club Sign Up for Term 5 and 6.
    Please click on the link below and make a choice from the clubs for your child for term five and six - there are clubs for YR - Y6. Clubs start week of  6th May and will run in weeks beginning 6/05, 13/05, 20/05, 3/06, 10/06, 17/06, 24/06 and 1/07. We will try our best to allocate a club to those who choose one but, if clubs are over subscribed, names will be drawn randomly. In line with our school values, we expect children to attend where possible every week as staff have given up their own time to run the clubs. The closing date is Friday 26th April at 3pm and clubs will be announced by Wednesday 1st May via the email used to sign up initially.


    2018/19 Newsblog Term 4 Week 5

    Hello All
    Just one week to go and a very short blog this week.
    In the blog this week:-
    Term 4 dates
    FOTF Update
    News from St Andrew's Church
    Football Match Report
    Fundraising Updates
    This Week's Book Recommendations



    Term 4  - 2018/19   
    Date   
    Time   
    Event   
    1/4/19  








    7:00 pm
    ‘Show me’ sessions –   
    Monday 1/4 classrooms open 3:30 – 5:30; Tuesday 2/4 classrooms open 3:30 – 4:30    
    Children in YN times are:    
    Monday & Thursday 8.40-9.10 for those in morning sessions and 12.20-12.50 for afternoon sessions. (note change of day to avoid clash with photos)  
    Parental access to Tapestry for YN and YR children and Seesaw for Y1/2/3/4/5 children until end of February holiday.
    FOTF Meeting at school - see below
    2/4/19

    School Photos
    5/4/19   

    Last day of term 4 – normal finish time    - please note the children will be taking part in an Easter Service and we will put photos on the website so they can share what happens with you.  Parents have been or will be invited to specific services during the year as previously mentioned.
    8/4/19-22/4/19   

    School closed – Easter holiday   
    Monday 22/4/19 is a Bank Holiday   
    16/4/19   

    Offer Day for YR September starters   
    23/4/19   

    Children return to school – Tuesday   

    FOTF Update
    A big thank you to those who came to support the Quiz Night - lots of fun was had by all:) We have a meeting, open to all parents/carers/staff, tomorrow at 7pm at school where we will be organising the Scarecrow Trail and Summer Fair - many hands make light work so please come along and get involved at this planning stage.  If anyone has a local business they would like to promote in the Scarecrow Trail booklet they can do so for £15 … please contact us before we run out of spaces. Last request - Do any parents have links with a printing company who may be able to help with printing the banners and posters for the Scarecrow Trail? Please contact us.


    News from St Andrew's Church


    As Easter approaches I thought you’d like to see our services at St Andrew’s over the Easter weekend as you would be very welcome at all of them.  There’ll be an Easter egg hunt for children during the 10am service on Easter Day.




    We’ll also be celebrating Palm Sunday, the beginning of Holy Week, on Sunday 14th April at our All Age worship at Tadpole Farm at 4pm.  Please join us for refreshments, music, Bible story, children’s craft and prayer.  Everyone welcome!
    May I wish you all a happy and healthy Easter break.
    Revd. Sally Robertson
    Rev.sally.robertson@nschurch.org.uk
    07588 594410


    Football Match Report
    The boys found themselves in action again last week, unfortunately losing out to St Leonards. The boys showed great teamwork and spirit despite losing and their next game is this Wednesday at home to Red Oaks in a game some would call a local derby. Again a massive thank you to the parents as without your support these games wouldn't be able to go ahead.
    Mrs Philpot and Miss Wood


    Fundraising Updates
    This week we have been sending off money and claiming books - thank you for the wonderful support these events have been given.  
    We raised a total of £762.23 for the book fair (cash £478.20, credit card sales £284.03), which gives just under £400.00 to buy books for school.  Those of you who did the sponsored read or listen event have also contributed a great selection of books to our growing libraries - thanks to Laura Harrison for organising this event.


    Red Nose donations totalled a massive £544.73, which has been paid to the charity this week.


    Three worthwhile events showing the service and generosity demonstrated by all of you - thank you, thank you, thank you.






    This Week's Book Recommendations

    Rather than recommending 3 books this week, we'd like to point you in the direction of a great website called Love Reading 4 Kids - it suggests many books and you can even read extracts of books to see if you think you would like them - a great place to go for getting a list of reading ready to enjoy over the Easter Holidays - https://www.lovereading4kids.co.uk/browse-by-age.

    2018/19 Newsblog Term 4 Week 4

    Hello All
    Another exciting week of learning and exploring at Tadpole!  Just a short blog this week.

    In the blog this week:-
    Term 4 dates
    Drop Zone  
    YR Parents Update
    Headlice Are Around!
    Y2 Change to Swimming
    School Photos
    Y3 Trip
    Book Fayre Update
    Red Nose Day Update
    This Week's Book Recommendations

    Term 4  - 2018/19   
    Date   
    Time   
    Event   
    25/3/19   
    14.30-16.30   
    Selected Y5 children to take part in Mini Police sessions   
    28/3/19
    2:30
    Y5/6 Parents invited to join us as the pupils in Y5/6 lead our worship on the value of Service. (note earlier time is due to footballers needing to leave for away game)
    1/4/19  

    ‘Show me’ sessions –   
    Monday 1/4 classrooms open 3:30 – 5:30; Tuesday 2/4 classrooms open 3:30 – 4:30    
    Children in YN times are:    
    Tuesday & Thursday 8.40-9.10 for those in morning sessions and 12.20-12.50 for afternoon sessions.     
    Parental access to Tapestry for YN and YR children and Seesaw for Y1/2/3/4/5 children until end of February holiday.
    2/4/19

    School Photos - see below
    5/4/19   

    Last day of term 4 – normal finish time    - please note the children will be taking part in an Easter Service and we will put photos on the website so they can share what happens with you.  Parents have been or will be invited to specific services during the year as previously mentioned.
    8/4/19-22/4/19   

    School closed – Easter holiday   
    Monday 22/4/19 is a Bank Holiday   
    16/4/19   

    Offer Day for YR September starters   
    23/4/19   

    Children return to school – Tuesday   

    Drop Zone
    Following some concerns raised by parents and staff I have been asked to remind everyone that the Drop Zone opens at 8:30 a.m. and until that time your child must be supervised by you or an adult with whom you have made that arrangement, even if the are within the black fencing that denotes the front boundary of school. Only those children whose parents have signed permission to walk to school alone forms should be on the school site before 8:30 am without an adult. Older siblings should not be left to care for younger siblings for whom we do not have signed permission. Thank you for your support with this.

    YR Parents Update
    Please note that children in funky ferrets and funky fish groups will be going on their welly walk on Tuesday 30th April instead of Tuesday 2nd April.
    In the Summer term, Reception will only be using the Drop Zone at the front of school in the mornings to support transition into year 1 so if you want to trial using it in the last 2 weeks of this term, then feel free. One of the teachers will be on the Reception Classroom Entrance door still for the next two weeks and one of us will be on the Drop Zone.
    Reception will be learning all about the animal kingdom during the 2nd summer term. As part of this topic they will be visiting a farm to add to their excitement and enhance their learning! They will be able to go on a tractor ride, explore the grounds and handle and feed some of the animals. All consent and payment details on parent pay. Anyone who would be willing to help out at the trip should contact the school office. Volunteers will need a DBS check so if you require one we have time to organise beforehand hopefully!


    Headlice Are Around!
    Please be aware that we have had incidents of headlice in Hedgehogs class this week.
    We would advise and be grateful if you could please check your child’s hair this weekend and treat as necessary.

    Y2 Change to Swimming
    Many apologies to all Y2 parents but we have had to change swimming due to temporary closure of the Sports Centre.  A new letter with new dates has been emailed to you and parent pay amended to show £22.50 - if you have paid already then a refund will have been processed.

    School Photos
    A reminder that it’s school photos on Tuesday 2nd April. Nursery parents of children not due in this day are welcome to bring their child to take part in a picture about 1.15pm.

    Y3 Trip
    As part of our topic for term 4 and 5 we have organised an exciting opportunity for the children in year 3 to visit ‘ We the Curious’ in Bristol on Monday 29th April. Whilst we are there the children will get to experience the Field Forces Science Show extending their knowledge on forces from this term. Alongside this the children will gain a variety of different experiences  where they can interact with exhibits and take part in some exciting experiments.
    All consent and payment details are on Parent pay.

    Book Fayre Update

    The book fayre did well (even if we were short of space to put it) and we sold nearly £700 worth of books. This gives us over £370 to use for books in school  - more details on this to follow.
    Many thanks to all those who came along to support the event. or gave up their time to run it

    Red Nose Day Update

    Sainsbury's will recycle red noses so if parents want to drop them back to school we can organise a run over there. Our Eco-committee will be pleased!

    This Week's Book Recommendations








    2018/19 Newsblog Term 4 Week 3

    Hello All
    A sea of red swept in to school on Friday - from red noses to red hair to red outfits galore - thank you for supporting the school with this fundraising day - much appreciated - totals to follow.  Just a short blog this week.

    In the blog this week:-
    Term 4 dates  
    YN Nursery Trip - notification of dates of closure
    Mr Spencer’s  absence
    Y6 Junior Good Citizen Event
    Fundraising Updates
    This Week's Book Recommendations
    Things to Do in the Community
    Term 4  - 2018/19   
    Date   
    Time   
    Event   
    20/3/19   
    19:00    
    FOTF Quiz night  Don’t forget to book you team in and get those brains buzzing!
    21/3/19
    19:00
    Parents Forum
    25/3/19   
    14.30-16.30   
    Selected Y5 children to take part in Mini Police sessions   
    1/4/19  

    ‘Show me’ sessions –   
    Monday 1/4 classrooms open 3:30 – 5:30; Tuesday 2/4 classrooms open 3:30 – 4:30    
    Children in YN times are:    
    Tuesday & Thursday 8.40-9.10 for those in morning sessions and 12.20-12.50 for afternoon sessions.     
    Parental access to Tapestry for YN and YR children and Seesaw for Y1/2/3/4/5 children until end of February holiday.
    5/4/19   

    Last day of term 4 – normal finish time   
    8/4/19-22/4/19   

    School closed – Easter holiday   
    Monday 22/4/19 is a Bank Holiday   
    16/4/19   

    Offer Day for YR September starters   
    23/4/19   

    Children return to school – Tuesday   

    YN Nursery Trip - notification of dates of closure
    The Nursery team have organised a trip for the children in Hedgehog class to Butterfly World next term, for our topic on Animals. The trips will be taking place on Tuesday 14th May and Friday 17th May; please be aware the Nursery will be closed these days if your child is not on the trip. Due to staffing ratios, the children will be allocated which day they are invited to join us on the trip. Letters will be going out next week with details and allocated days but please talk to the Nursery team if you have any questions or queries.

    Mr Spencer’s absence
    I know you will all join with us in wishing John Spencer well for the next stage of his hip repair.  He will be away from school for the next 8-10 weeks and, in his absence, our Acting Assistant Principal will be Alison Flynn on Mondays - Wednesdays and Sam Grindley on Thursday - Friday.  Our Senior Leadership Team has been preparing for this situation for some time and we are confident that the arrangements put in place for these changes of role, including the class cover needed whilst Mrs Flynn and Miss Grindley are out of class, will ensure that your children continue to well lead and supported in their learning.  We are fortunate to have a number of qualified teachers working with us as Teaching Assistants and so Mr Kirby will be taking Mrs Flynn’s class and Miss Jenner, will be taking Miss Grindley’s class on the days cover is needed.

    Y6 Junior Good Citizen Event
    We have been lucky enough to be selected to attend the event in 5th June which will be held at the The Punjabi Community Centre, the event is free of charge, however we are asking parents to contribute to the cost of the coach £5.50 and consent on parent pay.

    Swindon has marked its 30th year of Junior Good Citizen today and has taken the opportunity to celebrate.
    The annual Junior Good Citizen (JGC) scheme is designed to engage young people in a fun learning environment and equip them with life skills as they make their transition from Primary to Secondary Education.
    The multi-agency scheme engages schools, emergency services and local authorities who work together in partnership to educate children from Year Six – aged 10 and 11, to better safeguard themselves and help others.
    Topics include:
    • Personal Safety – Wiltshire Police
    • Dog Safety – Swindon Borough Council (SBC) & Blue Cross animal rescue
    • Internet Safety – Swindon Local Safeguarding Children Board (LSCB)/SBC
    • Road Safety – SBC
    • Electrical Safety – Dorset & Wiltshire Fire and Rescue
    • Railway Safety – British Transport Police
    • Weapons awareness – Youth Offending Team & Community Safety

    The event is free, however we are asking parents to contribute towards the coach costs.
    Fundraising Updates







    This Week's Book Recommendations




    Things to Do in the Community

    Message from STFC

    Good Afternoon Parents/Guardians,
    We've a fantastic competition to tell you about and a forthcoming announcement, but firstly, priority booking is 'live' from next week!

    To ensure that you retain your child's space at their current session, please book online at https://officialsoccerschools.co.uk/stfitc/

    We're also about half way to capacity already for our Easter Holiday development camps, if you haven't already booked, don't delay book here: https://officialsoccerschools.co.uk/stfitc/swindon-town-courses/holiday.html

    Onto our competition, as Mother's Day is at the end of the month, we appreciate all you do as Mum, including course booking, taxiing to sessions and kit washing. We have a little hamper giveaway, which we'll show on our Facebook over the next couple of days. https://www.facebook.com/stfitc/
    We just want your child/children to design a card with the line 'I love my Mum because....... followed by a reason they think you're great and a design of their choice. No need to send the card in, you can keep this on your fridge! Just send in a photo via Facebook messenger or admin@stfc-fitc.co.uk. All entries will be numbered and go into a draw, with the lucky winner being announced on Friday 29th March.  

    If you have any questions, please contact us on 01793 421303.

    Kind Regards,

    The Community Trust Team








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