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As part of our Healthy Schools, we were delighted to welcome ex-Aston Villa and England international footballer Lee Hendrie into school. Lee spoke to all the children in assembly about being a professional sportsman, and how important education was to achieving his goal. He also brought in his England caps which the children had a chance to hold and pass round. He was also able to present the football team with their winning certificate. ‘It was fantastic to see a school like Cradley embrace healthy living in everything they do,’ Lee commented. ‘The children were really clued up on how to live a healthy lifestyle and were a credit to the teachers and their parents.’

 

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Value of the Month

TRUST

 

When I am afraid I put my trust in you.

Psalm 56:3

 

Chosen by Miss Morgan (Cleaner in charge).

Stars of the Week

Congratulations to:

Nursery:

 Lois & Imogen

Class 1

 Chloe & Stan

Class 2

 Tehya & Jacob

 Class 3

 Sapphire & Amelia

 Class 4

 Ray & Henry

Class 5

 Lydia & George

Well done to all of you!

Housepoints

Elgar:   1813  
 
Masefield:   1803  
 
Shaw:   1947