Sports Day 2015

Hello Everyone, Sports day is next Friday 3rd July and the parents association are going to serve a BBQ lunch for the school and families and friends who have come to support at 11.30am at the rec. The sports will then start once everyone has eaten. I've put a list of up in the outdoor classroom asking for your choices for the BBQ - either a hot-dog or vegetarian sausage in a roll. Please can you mark up the choices for your family (please include any children at school plus family or friends who'd like to eat). We need your choices by Tuesday afternoon please. We'll also be serving plenty of soft drinks, water, some salad veggies and fruit - and if you would like to contribute a plate of

The Rainbow Run

Good luck to everyone who is taking part in the Reading Rainbow Run on Sunday the 21st June. You can also sponsor their team if you wish to at https://secure.helenanddouglas.org.uk/registrant/TeamFundraisingPage.aspx?TeamID=73052#&panel1-1

Upcoming dates at Langtree

Wednesday 24th June is an all day transition day for Yr 6 students at Langtree (not 7th July as previously suggested) All students to arrive by mode of transport that they will be using when they attend Langtree. Students to come in their current school uniform. Please remind them to bring a pencil case and their PE Kit. Students should arrive at 8.40 for 8.50 registration, school finishes at 3.30. Students can either purchase lunch or bring a packed lunch, a school meal is approximately £2.80 per student. Parents’ Coffee Morning – Wednesday 8th July 11.00 – 12.30 in the Lions’ Den, Community School House, Langtree School. Please come along and meet some of the staff here at Langtree, discus

SCOUTS' EXPEDITION/PROJECT IN UGANDA : CAN YOU HELP PLEASE?

Scouts from the 2nd. Goring & Streatley Scout Group, one selected Scout being Dorothy's older brother William, are going to a very rural deprived area of Uganda to extend a school that the Scouts built in 2010. The children and young people in that area of Uganda do not have opportunity to go to school after primary school age. So the Scouts with the assistance of the Church of Uganda in 2010 decided to build a school for older children to teach them subjects that would give them a good opportunity of getting a real job, so the school built teaches subjects such as bricklaying and carpentry boys and dressmaking and domestic science for the girls, the school has been so successful that the Sc

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