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World Book Day
Maths Event at Kentish Town Farm
Changes to Self-Isolation Rules 17.1.2022
Changes to Government rules on Self- isolation
Farewell and Welcome
This is a message that we have been asked to pass on from Kentish Town City Farm
Kentish Town City Farm launches The Big Tree Takeaway again as part of our Festive Fun season and the first fundraiser of 2022 when we celebrate our 50th year!
The Big Tree Takeaway works by farm volunteers collecting trees locally with the proceeds raised being used to help the farm.
Our goats love trees for snacking and we’ve partnered with Hampstead Heath who responsibly recycle the rest. (Last year they chipped about 700 trees for use in their green spaces)
Last year over 600 locals raised £8000 - we want to do even better this time if we can. This is a fun way to dispose of your tree and it reminds us all how important it is to reuse and recycle.
Please visit this link for more information and cute clips of goats https://we.tl/t-TLztFYEb0Z
Bookings for collections are through Eventbrite using this link
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/kentish-town-city-farm-the-big-tree-takeaway-2022-tickets-223413785647 . The QR code takes bookers straight to that page.
Many thanks for your support we truly wish you all a restful and safe festive season.
From the Team at Kentish Town City Farm
Kentish Town City Farm. Festive Fun
The above events are taking place at Kentish Town City Farm from 17th - 20th December 12pm - 3pm. No booking is required. For more information please call 020 7916 5421.
Holiday Hubs and Activities
As promised here are the dates for Nativity performances.....
EYFS: In the EYFS classroom Monday 13th and Tuesday 14th @ 9.30am
KS1: In the main hall on Monday 13th and Thursday 16th @ 2.30pm
KS2: In the Church Thursday 16th @ 11am
As you can see there are two performances for EYFS and KS1, each family will be allocated 2 tickets to keep the numbers limited and therefore safer in these settings. The performances will be videoed and placed on Google Classroom before the end of term so that extended family members can enjoy the performances too.
In EYFS there will be 12 sets of 2 tickets (24 in total) per performance.
In KS1 there will be 15 sets of 2 tickets (30 in total) per performance.
The KS2 performance will take place in the church- there are currently no restrictions on the numbers attending this performance therefore you will not need a ticket to attend.
Tickets for EYFS and KS1 will be available from the school office from tomorrow.
More details will follow about the specific safety arrangements for the different performances.