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Thank you for attending your child's parents evening meeting. opportunity for purchasing books for Christmas presents! appear in The Great Yarmouth Mercury, Lowestoft Journal, Beccles & Bungay Journal, North Norfolk. The Lowestoft Journal has recently published an article covering the mountain biking, team building and a visit to the largest sand dune in Europe A very Merry Christmas from the whole Rockley Team and Rockley's very own children!. Dec 6, Santa's sleigh has become a familiar annual sight in the weeks before to meet shoppers and to listen to children's Christmas gift wishes.
Spend a good half a day here as children get to share their Christmas wishlist with Father Christmas, before receiving a photo and gift, as well as free entry to the museum.
Meet Father Christmas in the old kitchen by the fire at Pakenham Watermill - adults welcome too! Oh, yes, it is! Get your glitter on, dress-up and watch the festive cheer spiral out of control. The Nutcracker at Snape Maltings is a feast for the eyes with a live orchestra, dazzling costumes and stage effects, that will leave you ready for the festive season.
Children listen to Christmas stories told by Father Christmas within the glow of the dazzling tree, before joining in the festive sing-a-longs and receiving a gift. After that, explore the s kitchen which smells of sweet ginger biscuits and clove-studded oranges and do a bit of biscuit-decorating yourself. And parents and grandparents can warm up with a glass of mulled wine.
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Also, children can see how the Wicked Fairy has turned her house upside down, visit the Elves' training facilities in their Magic Kingdom and enter Narnia-land through the wardrobe. Mince pies and a warm drink will give you that extra glow. Mulled wine and mince pies will be at the ready after your stint of singing in the courtyard. Parents are treated, too, with some hot refreshments and a slice of cake.
And don't leave without seeing the baby King Colobus - a rare breed indeed. Each child leaves with a gift and special memories of their visit. You could also sign up to our monthly newsletter and we will send you news of Suffolk events, special offers and competitions, right into your inbox. The morning was a great success!
The student feedback was overwhelmingly positive. Students are asked to complete a survey before and after the chat show, please see results for the first two questions. The students were also made aware of the entry requirements into science careers. Mark emphasised to the students the need for hard work and perseverance.
Mark has worked with a range of clubs from non-league to the England team. Thank you Mark for leading an assembly for us. Amy and Jason entered the career of tattooing in different ways and were able to share their personal experiences and journeys.
Both guests stressed the need for a good education before entering the trade and described their regrets at not going to university to learn more about art before entering the profession.
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Students were made aware of the purpose of work experience, deadlines and expectations. Thank you to Anna for taking her time to come in and speak to our students.
The students were able to be part of workshops laid on by the university and had a campus tour. Wednesdays Events — Donna from Norfolk Training Services was on hand to speak to students about the apprenticeships on offer and how to apply.
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Thursdays Events — Jude from Lowestoft College was here at lunchtime to speak to students about the apprenticeships available at Lowestoft College, how to apply and the courses that link to the apprenticeships. Louis was able to tell the students about all the training he has gone through to be part of the RAF and the training that is yet to come!
Thank you to Louis for giving up his time and coming in to speak to the students. They were able to ask Kate about the entry requirements and what a typical day is like working with young children. Students were able to find out about the skills they would need for these careers and the reality of being part of the army and police force.
Whilst on the trip the students were able to have a tour, find out course information and see the college canteen during a busy break time.
The aim of the trip was to give the students an insight into a post 16 provider and help aid their transition. There was also a careers resources handed out to students and parents. The students were able to find out about higher education courses, student finance, university life, the UEA campus and entry requirements to the UEA. Erica runs her own beauty salon in Lowestoft but has had a vast career working for many other salons and then independently before opening her own business.
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The students were able to find out what a typical day looks like for a beauty therapist; busy! Usually, they start at 9am to check phone messages and then the first appointment is at 9. They have to work to a VERY tight schedule and have to work quickly all day.Peppa Pig English Full Episodes ✔️# Father Christmas - PeppaPigClips TV
Her salon was the new business award runner up! Thank you to Erica for giving up her time to come and speak to the students.
January 21st January — Year 11 parents evening Mrs Bray and Miss Goldsmith were on hand to speak to parents and students about post 16 options and the recent PPE results. Mrs Bray was also available for meetings with students and their parents. Miss Firmin and Miss George also talked about the vital skills you need to be a teacher; confidence, organisation, passionate, committed, adaptable, sociable and excellent communication skills!
Thank you to Miss Firmin and Miss George for giving up their time to do this. They were given their results during the afternoon on the 13th January. Mrs Bray, Careers Manager, was on hand to give students advice and to talk through their results with them. The PPE results gave students the opportunity to reflect on their learning and their post 16 choices.