End of Term Christmas Message

Dear St Luke’s Family,

End of Term Christmas Message

I hope this message finds you and your families in good health and high spirits. As we approach the end of this term, I wanted to take a moment to reflect on the months gone by and extend my heartfelt gratitude to all members of the St Luke’s C.E Primary School community.

Firstly, I want to commend our incredible learners for their dedication and hard work throughout the term. Their resilience, enthusiasm, and positive attitudes have truly shone through during these challenging but exciting times. Their commitment to learning has been exceptional, and I am incredibly proud of each and every one of them.

I would also like to express my sincere appreciation to all our parents for the unwavering support you have provided throughout this year. Your involvement, cooperation, and partnership have played an integral role in the success of our school.

Our wonderful PFA worked hard this term in their continuous endeavours to raise funds for our school. Thank you to all who supported or volunteered their time. It is truly appreciated. Together, we have navigated uncharted territories and overcome numerous obstacles, ensuring the best possible education for our children. The opening up of our school Nursery has been a tremendous success for which I am truly thankful. The Nursery team have worked with our children and their families to ensure that the past couple of months can pave the way for a successful learning journey in our school.

Furthermore, I would like to extend my gratitude to our dedicated staff members who have gone above and beyond their call of duty on many occasions to provide a safe and nurturing environment for our children. Their commitment, professionalism, and adaptability have been instrumental in maintaining the high standards of education in our school. I would like to thank the staff members who accompany our footballers to their matches on Saturdays. Our team is building momentum match after match. Well done.

We have just completed our assessments of the learners and I am thrilled to report that our children are doing well and making significant progress towards their end of year targets. Kindly continue supporting them at home with their reading and timetables.

As we approach the festive season, I want to remind everyone of the importance of cherishing the moments we share with our loved ones. Christmas is a time for reflection, gratitude, and spreading joy. I encourage you to take this opportunity to recharge, relax, and create lasting memories with your families.
Please note that the last day of this term is today. Thank you to the Nursery families who were able to join us this morning for our Nursery celebration.

Finally, I would like to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year. May this festive season bring you peace, happiness, and good health. Let us look forward to a fresh start in the coming year, full of new opportunities and achievements for our children.

Thank you once again for your continued support. Our school would not be the thriving community it is without the collective efforts of our dedicated staff, committed parents, and exceptional learners.

A Christmas Prayer

“Loving Father, Help us remember the birth of Jesus, that we may share in the song of the angels, the gladness of the shepherds, and worship of the wise men. Close the door of hate and open the door of love all over the world. Let kindness come with every gift and good desires with every greeting.
Amen

Ms Bryan-Whyte

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