Year 5 Production – 28th March


The tickets for the Year 5 production of Let The Games Begin on Tuesday 28th March are now available on ParentPay for a contribution of £2 per ticket. Please contact Finance on if you need any assistance with the cost: ticket contributions enable us to put on productions, but our priority is always that families are able to come and see the show. Tickets are limited to two per child in the first instance, which includes any siblings unless ‘babes in arms’. If we find we have any tickets left on Friday 24th March, we will open these out to families who would like additional tickets. Please can I take this opportunity to remind you that all children are expected to stay in school for the 5pm show on Tuesday 28th March, final pick up is from the hall at 6pm after the evening performance.

Kind regards,

Emily Marshall & the Year 5 Team


The Year 5 Production of Let The Games Begin is happening on Tuesday 28th March at 2pm and 5pm; your child has already brought home lyrics to learn and details of the costume they need to bring in to school by Friday 17th March. All children are expected to take part in both shows, and so on the day of the production your child will need to stay behind after school to get ready for our evening performance. All children will need to bring a healthy fruit or vegetable snack to eat after school that day, this will need to follow the same guidance as break time snacks (please remember: no nuts). Your child will eat their snack at around 4pm before preparing for the show. The performance is expected to be an hour long, and so you will need to collect your child promptly at 6pm. As always please contact me directly on if you have any questions. Tickets will be available soon via a contribution on ParentPay, please be aware these are limited to a maximum of two per child. We are very excited to be able to put on a Year 5 production again, especially after missing out in recent years due to the pandemic, and we look forward to celebrating this special and invaluable aspect of your child’s curriculum journey at TMA.
Thank you for your support,
Emily Marshall