Dear North Tawton Families,
This week in assembly we have been thinking about what North Tawton might look like in the future. Please discuss this at home, our children have wonderful ideas, even if some are a bit wild, for example making all the houses out of sweets! Increased public transport and additional amenities while retaining the rural look and feel of the town was a common theme. Some children considered environmental issues and thought of ways to reduce pollution while others focused on the look of the town with colourful houses and more trees.
Please encourage your children to discuss this and create their own pictures for the North Tawton Art Weekend. If you live in North Tawton, please display your entries in your window 11 – 13th February, if not, bring them to school and we will display them here. I have received two already!
Winners and runners up will be displayed in the Ruth Smith Gallery!
Please see the latest Covid isolation guidance emailed and on our website
Covid Update 14.1.22
It is fabulous that so many children have joined our one or more of our clubs after school. If your children haven’t, please consider this as a way for them to pursue interests, gain new skills and hobbies, and make friendships across the year groups. It’s also an extra hour for you! Clubs cost £1 per session and are free to those in receipt of Pupil Premium. We will have some more opportunities next term.
Donations to school
We would really appreciate any donations of the following -
Miss Prince and I are planning a volunteer gardening day on Saturday 12th February, 10 – 2pm
We would love a team of volunteers to help us
We would need you to bring your own tools but we will provide refreshments.
Please email me if you are able to come. email@example.com
Local Environmental meeting
Did any of our family members attend the North Tawton environmental meeting on Wednesday? Please let me know as I would love to make contact with the group.
With very best wishes for the weekend,