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Posted on: December 20th 2019

A message from Lindsay Gabriel

What a wonderful Autumn term we have had with a very busy last few weeks. 

Congratulations to all the children who gave a great performance at the Nativity Carol Service, it was a very special Hatch Beauchamp version with everyone taking an important part.

I have been told that the Carols sung in Beauchamp House were very well received and it is lovely to know that the children are part of the community and they were welcomed so warmly at this time of year.

For such a small school I was delighted to see the enthusiasm at the recent football tournament.

Everyone enjoyed the Pantomime earlier this week—oh yes they did.  It was a long day for the younger children but a fantastic performance to a packed theatre, which gave a noisy, buzzing atmosphere for the children to experience.  Thank you to the Friends of Hatch Beauchamp School for paying for the transport to and from Yeovil.  I was delighted that every single child in Acorns and Oaks was able to go.

I would like to take this opportunity on behalf of myself and all the parents/carers of the children to thank the staff for their hard work, commitment and enthusiasm during this long term.  They provide a great learning atmosphere and are the heart of the school. 

Happy Christmas to everyone.


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A Message from Lindsay Gabriel Posted on: 27/09/2019

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