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A Message from our New Headteacher

It has been a busy first half term at St Andrew's CE Primary School, one of which I have very much enjoyed.  I have been made to feel most welcome by all, particularly the fabulous pupils, who are a credit to their families and St Andrew's CE School.  Mr Marsh has left a legacy of friendship and respect, and large shoes to fill.  I am relishing the challenges that come with leadership at a large and popular school, and so look forward to my future here.

We have been having lots of fun and have been working very hard throughout the school.  The Reception children have been to Green Acres farm, Years 1 & 2 visited Baggeridge Country Park, Years 3 & 4 visited Cadbury World and 5 & 6 had a fabulous time at Ingrestre Hall as residential Arts Centre, where the children spent three days creating music, art and drama. Flight Lieutenant Alex Rolfe landed a helicopter on the school field! Then just when we thought it couldn't get more exciting, the whole school had some very special visitors Rev Chris and Alan Nash brought Meriel Afia, a member of the Royal household, and Shropshire Star royal correspondent Shirley Tart to present the Year 6 pupils with the book 'The Servant Queen'.

I look forward to getting to know St Andrew's and the community of Shifnal over the coming years.

Aileen MacMillan

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Wednesday 13th July

Year 5 Bronze Ambassadors went to Shifnal Cricket Club to take part in some Jamaican Street Cricket with Darrell Corfeild from Chance to Shine. Whilst there they met Steve Morgan, Redrow M.D. and Wolves Owner. Adrian Collins, president of Shifnal Cricket Club and Jonathon Kidson, Chairman (pictured below).

They were involved in a photo shoot for Redrow Cricket Academy and were lucky enough to have a look around Steve Morgan's  helicopter. 

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