Kindness at Christmas

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Kindness at Christmas

Our older students, in TG4, took part in the NHS initiative Cards for Kindness.

They made and sent Christmas cards to 5 local care homes in an attempt to reduce loneliness and to wish the residents a very Merry Christmas from all at Newfield. We think this is a lovely idea and we are really proud of our students thinking of others.

Our elves continue to pop up all over school… although, they’ve been surrounded in TG4’s class - so we might put an end to their antics and get them back to Santa in time for delivering presents!

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