The last couple of weeks have been full-on. Not only have our sports teams continued showing off their skills against opposing teams but there have also been a number of trips. This week the juniors visited Steyning Fire Station and the Planetarium, which they loved.
Year 3 and 4 wowed us with their stunning assembly on air travel on Tuesday.
The senior musical Sister Act 2 was a runaway success as always. Hats off to Mrs Nixon, Mrs Gray and the girls for their hard work. The productions just get better and better, but would be nothing without so many parents coming to support. A responsive audience makes all the difference – thank you.
We are now about to celebrate Founder’s Day, a hugely important day in The Towers’ calendar. After a whole-school Mass we will have our inter-house dance competition, which is always brilliant. Needless to say, pupils have been busily prancing around at every possible moment perfecting their moves and despite being worn out, pupils are buzzing!
Next week we are looking forward to Christmas Jumper Day on Tuesday, when we also have the senior reconciliation service. I’m sure everyone will start feeling very festive from then on, especially after the tree’s arrival on Monday.
Wishing you a lovely weekend.
Mrs Clare Trelfa