Parents and community are welcome . Year 3 need to be in uniform, all other children in costumes as outlined . Please add co-ordinated layers underneath costumes (e.g. leggings and long sleeved tops) as it is chilly in church!. Children wearing costumes need to be at church at 5.30, all others at 5.50.
The PTA are kindly providing refreshments for the audience at a small cost, whilst they wait for the performers to get changed and ready. These will be served in church from the time of drop-off.
We welcome every member of the community at this performance but feel that some events are not best suited to all ages. It is our preference that young children do not come to the evening performance as they can be very distracting or our young performers and other audience members. If this is unavoidable then please take them out if they become fractious.
You are most welcome to take photographs of the performance, but please do not share these photos on social media if they have any other children in them. Sharing images of children can put families at risk and we are not at liberty to inform you of families who have not given permission for photographs to be taken of their children.
Remember to turn off mobile phones. The interruption of a phone ringing is very distracting to our young children and the answering of calls during the performance is disrespectful to the hard work your children have put in.
If you are not coming to the performance and wish to collect your child at the end, the performance is about an hour long so will finish at approximately 7.00. Please ensure the prompt collection of your children.
Once the children have collected their belongings and have been brought out by staff to you, exit the church as swiftly as possible to avoid congestion whilst we unite the rest of the children with their parents. This also allows staff to go home as they will have worked an eleven hour day by the time the performance ends!
Carols Around the Tree
Parents and community are welcome. This starts at approximately 9.15 and you are welcome to come straight into the hall following drop-off in the morning. Children can come in party clothes/ Christmas jumpers and wear them all day. This is a good old-fashioned Christmas sing-song, interspersed with performances by our talented instrumentalists.
The staff have organised a party for the children in the afternoon.
Friday 21st December is an INSET day and school is closed to children. We return to school on Monday 7th January 2019.
I am sure I do not need to point out how hard the staff have worked to make this Christmas meaningful and fun for your children over the past two weeks. I know that you will wish to extend your thanks to them, as I do too. It is the dedication of the staff team; their enthusiasm and love of education that makes Langar Primary the wonderful place it is.