Newsletter Issue 3 December 2017

15 Dec 2017

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Dear Parents/Carers,

It has been an incredibly busy term, our children have developed academically and had many new experiences, all of which will enable them to grow as individuals. My thanks to all our parents, our governors and staff who have actively supported their school in ensuring it provides a high quality learning environment for our students.

As the Autumn Term draws to a close and we hurtle towards 2018, I would like to take this opportunity to wish you a very Merry Christmas, a restful break, and a tremendously Happy New Year!

Mrs L Khan, Head Teacher


At the end of this term, we say farewell to Mrs McNeill and Mrs Holder. We thank them for all their hard work and wish them health, wealth and happiness for the future.
We are very excited to welcome Mrs Mangat and we also say welcome back to Mrs Mir, they will both be joining us in January.

Year 4 Eye Hero Workshops

Building on last years success, the Eye Heroes were back at Berrymede!

Eye Heroes is an organisation that is passionate about tackling the amount of avoidable blindness in the UK, and improving the public's knowledge about eye health as a whole. Imperial College Ophthalmology Society are a part of Eye Heroes volunteer network and they run workshops. Imperial College Ophthalmology Society visited Year 4 pupils and delivered workshops to the children in order to improve the eye health of the local community. The children thoroughly enjoyed the experience and picked up lots of interesting and useful information!

Christmas Concert

A big well done to all the pupils and Mr Sahnoun for a fabulous Christmas concert! Thank you to all the parents to came to listen to the children sing.

Sporting News

Athletics – An amazing well done to our indoor athletics team who came home with bronze medals. 16 teams from across Ealing compete today. A big thank you to Mr Burlow for running training and taking the team.

Brentford day out - As part of the school Lunch time reward system 12 lucky children visited Brentford football club to watch them beat Fulham 3-1. Even Mr Burlow and Mr Gavin enjoyed watching them. The children got to perform a guard of honour for the players and meet the mascot!!

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