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Interesting Facts: 29 February 2016 Leap Year Day Leap Year’s occur every 4 years and are years containing one additional day added on to February, which usually has 28 days. 29 February – 13 March Fairtrade Fortnight 1 March St David’s Day St David is the patron saint of Wales.
Interesting Facts: 3 March World Book Day was designated by UNESCO as a worldwide celebration of books and reading and is marked in over 100 countries around the globe. 4 March RNLI was founded on 4 March 1824 and was first known as the National Institution for the Preservation of Life from Shipwreck before adopting the present name, Royal National Lifeboat Institution, in 1854.
What’s on this week? Monday 9. 15 1. 30 Business Meeting – Infant Hall Tesco Football – 3 M PE Hall Tuesday 11. 20 11. 50 1. 30 2. 15 3. 00 P 6 Piping – GP Room 2 P 7 Piping – GP Room 2 Tesco Football – 3 E PE Hall Tesco Football – 2/3 S PE Hall Chess Club P 5 -7 – Room 10 Netball Nippers P 1 – PE Hall
What’s on this week? Wednesday 2. 00 3. 00 Ranger Visit 4 S – GP Room 2 SUPA Club P 5 -7 – GP Room 3 Netball Nippers P 2 – PE Hall Netball P 6 & 7 – Infant Hall Thursday All Day 3. 00 World Book Day Netball Nippers P 2 – PE Hall Netball P 5 – Infant Hall
Eco Club Good morning everyone. At last Friday’s P 4 -7 assembly we had visitors, Andy and Pamela who came to speak to us about Fairtrade. Andy from Koolskools spoke to us about Fairtrade Products. This is the Fairtrade symbol (above). Most of us had seen this on chocolate and different fruits like bananas but Andy came to speak to us about Fairtrade cotton and Craft. Aid. He spoke to us about how the cotton in the fields become a jumper that we wear, how long it takes, how many factories it has to go to. Andy introduced Pamela who now works for Craft. Aid. Pamela was a lady from Mauritius who spoke about her life before Craft. Aid. She described working very long hours for little pay. Her story was a very sad one. Pamela now works for Craft. Aid and has a much better life with lots of happiness because she is getting a fairer pay and working hours.
Eco Club Andy and Pamela came to show us some of her products that the factory she works in makes. They look like our school tops, but the difference is they’re Fairtrade products. Andy was impressed by how well we listened and the quality of our answers and questions. We could have gone on talking for far longer. Today is the start of Fairtrade Fortnight. Pamela said, “You just need to buy one Fairtrade product and this saves a life and makes it better”. Together we can make a difference! 5 E are on LAW duty this week. Thank you for listening.
Well done to… Harris for coming first in his age group for the Cross Country running. He ran the length of two fields! Well done Harris!
Buddy of the Week Isaac 7 M and Eylee 7 E