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‘The Great British Bake Off’!

My name is Sam and I work for a TV-production company called Love Productions – makers of ‘The Great British Bake Off’!

We are currently looking for a fresh batch of brilliant, amateur bakers who would love to enter the tent for our ninth series of the show. I wanted to find out if you would be happy to help us spread the word by circulating one of our flyers to your students parents or by posting it on your staff intranet to see if any employees are interested in the opportunity to take part?

To apply, please visit: www.applyforbakeoff.co.uk or call / text: 07384 748 225. Applications close on Sunday 7th January 2018.

If you require a copy of our casting flyer or if you have any questions then please do not hesitate to contact me and I’ll be more than happy to help!

Best wishes,

Sam

Sam Miller

Love Productions 

59 Cotham Hill Bristol BS6 6JR

T: 0117 3072 185| E: sam.miller@lovewest.co.uk

Allergen Information

 

Dear Parent/Carer, 

Please note that the allergen information regarding meatballs on the menu is incorrect.   

Week 1 Tuesday: Chicken Meatballs contain gluten 

Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience.

 

Kind regards

School Catering

 

 

 

AGM

Come along to the school tomorrow at 7pm as the new Yester Parent Council members for the 2017/2018 school year will be appointed.

See how you can get involved!

If you can’t make it along but would like to be put forward as a class rep or part of the fundraising team, please email the Parent Council below.

 

Email the Parent Council

P5& P6 Bikeability – starts Monday 8th May

P5 and P6  Bikeability is planned over the next few weeks.

Bikeability Scotland is a cycle training scheme designed to give children the skills and confidence they need both to cycle safely on the roads, and to encourage them to carry on cycling into adulthood. Bikeability sessions at Yester are provided by trained parent volunteers.

We are delighted that Belhaven Bikes will be in school on the morning of Monday 8th May to check all the children’s bikes.

Please bring bikes to school for this brilliant service as unroadworthy bikes can waste lots of time at beginning of the sessions and may result in your child not being able to participate.

You should have received a letter home regarding the date of your child’s session. Your child should also bring a helmet, gloves and waterproofs on the day.

More information about Bikeability can be found at http://bikeabilityscotland.org/