Friends of St Hugh


Meeting 11/9/15

In my schoolboy memories, Septembers are chilly, grey and often rainy. This year, however, we have been blessed with a return to school that is relatively warm and dry. As a result, many of us (parents, grandparents and carers) have already had a chance to reconnect with one another in the…

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Posted by Mr Mountcastle on 10 September 2015

Category: Friends of St Hugh

Update

It’s All Downhill from Here!
Just as everything starts to come together, we find ourselves in the final half-term; five weeks of nonstop activity until we tumble over the finish line of another school year. This coming Friday (June 19th), for example, we will be having our annual school barbecue,…

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Posted by Mr Mountcastle on 18 June 2015

Category: Friends of St Hugh

Meeting

Thank you to everyone who attended the meeting. We are well ahead with plans for the BBQ/World Food Event next Friday. Please look out for our blog post this week with more details. 

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Posted by Mr Mountcastle on 10 June 2015

Category: Friends of St Hugh

Coffee Morning News

Friends of St Hugh’s Coffee Morning - Thursday, April 23rd 2015

In recent months, the Friends of St Hugh have been meeting, at the school, on weekday mornings to discuss various things over a hot drink and a selection of cakes and biscuits. At last Thursday’s meeting we talked about the new…

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Posted by Mr Mountcastle on 28 April 2015

Category: Friends of St Hugh

Meeting

Thank you to all who came to the coffee morning today. This blog will be updated soon with news and activities.

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Posted by Mr Mountcastle on 23 April 2015

Category: Friends of St Hugh

Welcome

Back to school! I hope that you and your family had an Easter holiday that was restful, enjoyable and spiritual. It’s hard for me to believe we’re into the summer term already. In less than fourteen weeks, our children will have completed another year of primary school. One of my goals for the…

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Posted by Mr Mountcastle on 14 April 2015

Category: Friends of St Hugh

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