Welcome back, we hope you have had a relaxing break over the half term!
Here are a few events happening this week-
Nursery Stay and Play sessions- we have 2 Nursery Stay and Play events this week on Monday 27th and Tuesday 28th February, both starting at 9.30am.
Prefect Meeting will be on Tuesday 28th February at 3.45pm.
Reverend Steve will be visiting Key Stage 1 this week and presenting an assembly at Shrove Tuesday.
COMING SOON– Book Week @ Red Lane- keep checking back for more information!
Today in 1797, The Bank of England officially released the first £1 note into general circulation. It was officially withdrawn from circulation in 1988, after the release of the Series D design (known as the “Pictorial Series”) featuring Sir Isaac Newton on the reverse was issued in 1978 and also the £1 coin, released in 1983.
Today the value of an original, mint condition £1 note can be anywhere from £250 – £2000.
On this day, 25th February 1964, Muhammad Ali (Cassius Clay) TKOs Sonny Liston in 7 for his first world heavyweight championship title.
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On this day, 24th February 1955, Apple co-founder, chief executive and chairman Steve Jobs was born.
On this day, 23rd February 1874, Major Walter Clopton patented a game he called “sphairistike”, known more commonly today as tennis.
On this day, 22nd February 1962, Australian animal lover Steve Irwin was born.
On this day, 21st February 1946, actor Alan Rickman was born.
Did you know a camel has 3 eye lids to protect its eyes from sand?
On this day, 19th February 1906, Will Kellogg and Charles Bolin founded the Battle Creek Toasted Corn Flake Company, known today more commonly as Kellogg’s Cornflakes.
On this day, 17th February 1930, US astronomer Clyde Tombaugh discovered the planet Pluto, however it has since now been de-classified to a dwarf planet due to its distance in the solar system.
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