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Messages: 18 Likes Received: 4 Trophy Points: 3. Any plans for regular social events or similar? I like the idea of a UK frequent flyer community, would definitely be interested. SeanD , Nov 2, Messages: 7 Likes Received: 4 Trophy Points: 3. I am a total novice to this game but starting to love it. Got a load of bonus Avios through my BA Amex last month and am hooked.
I would definitely be up for this. NewbieTrav , Nov 2, Messages: 56 Likes Received: 26 Trophy Points: I think everything is possible! The UK is in some ways more sophisticated about miles and points than many European countries, yet doesn't have the credit card churn options of our American cousins. We're in a niche market and I think getting people together to chat about it would be a great idea. Give it a few months whilst we get the extras live, and we'll see what we can do. Thanks for the great suggestion.
MilesFromBlighty , Nov 3, Messages: 2 Likes Received: 3 Trophy Points: 3. Well the launch event was good fun, nice to have a chance to talk about points and travel without boring or confusing people, I would certainly be happy to attend more social events in the future! Kilburnflyer , idrive and MilesFromBlighty like this. Messages: 3 Likes Received: 1 Trophy Points: 3. Kilburnflyer likes this. Messages: 4 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 1.
A typical breakfast choice will be fruit juice, milk, cereals, crumpets or muffins etc. These are also proving very popular. This time last year we averaged 40 meals per day.
Today Mrs Guymer cooked for 96! With over meals this week. What a resounding success!
If you would like to come in and have a school dinner, meat or vegetarian, or a picnic box with your child, please book a dinner with Mrs Woo in the school office. Please read through the paper copies sent home today of the DfE's Pupil Premium applications. One side explains how your family may qualify and the other side is the form to complete and return to Mrs Woo in the school office. Because the DfE has introduced free school meals for all KS1 children from this month some families think they they don't also need to complete the Pupil Premium form. We cannot underestimate how important this form is.
You may not be requiring FSM now, but your child can qualify for extra funding via the school even if you applied for FSM over any time in the past six years, so please take up the opportunity. Congratulations to those pupils who campaigned and were elected in these important roles. See House Groups pages for more news over the terms ahead. This position carries respect and responsibility and I look forward to working with you all this year. To other pupils in Year 6, your valuable role as our eldest pupils matters to us in school.
You will have the opportunity to work in a variety of other roles, such as Eco Warriors or School Council Representatives. More news to follow Any contributions of non-perishable foodstuffs will be gratefully received on Friday morning to school. These will be redistributed to North Devon's Harbour homeless project. Reverend Keith will lead our service, with our school children taking an active role and hopefully performing one or two songs for us!
The theme this year is how our food gets to our tables, to recognise the role of growers, transporters, shopkeepers etc. Clubs will start next Monday. The KS1 Football Club is now able to take this children who's name were placed on the waiting list; thank you to Mr Martin for joining Mrs Ernest for a second night! Mr Martin will be running a Wednesday football coaching session to prepare us for a new Instow team! In the meantime, have a relaxing weekend and hopefully the sun will remain with us for a little while longer! If any parent would like to run a club please see us.
Each half-term family film sessions - when all welcome. Donations to school in the morning please. Walk up the hill to school together after the service. Wednesday 17th December - Carol Service - no longer in the Barn due to the wonderful May family moving house - but we will find a location and celebrate together! More news to follow. Click here for more information. Log in.shadifactory.com/components/adventure/ah-caro-sposo-oh-dio-no-31-from-ascanio-in-alba-act-2-k111-full.php
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