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Last call for your Yearbook!

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Last call for your Yearbook!

It’s the last call for your Yearbook! Your last chance to secure your time capsule! The deadline for orders is THIS WEDNESDAY, 15th June which is the latest time I can place the print order to get them in time – so we need to act fast.

Thanks if you’ve already placed an order – sorry for the repeated message, I just wanted to check to make sure everyone had that reminder and a last chance. Last time we did this people arrived at Prizegiving to see them only to be disappointed they hadn’t got one. As one parent said to me today – it’s not just about how valuable the book may feel now – it’s how valuable it will become in a year, in five years, in ten years time, it increases in value as time goes on.

What you get:

  • 212 full colour pages (that’s 87 more pages than our last one in 2019!)
  • Over 2000 photographs of all aspects of school life
  • Every tutor group and form from the Junior School, Senior School and the Sixth Form
  • Pages on all the activities, events and lessons throughout the past three years from Sept 2019 to today
  • The price is just £25 (Remember how much people may have paid for just a single school photo in the past)

But the book is LIMITED EDITION in that we are only printing copies for PRE-ORDERS. There can be no second print run. If you haven’t put your name down, there will be no spares.

Once again, It’s the last call for your Yearbook and the deadline for orders is THIS WEDNESDAY, 15th June . . . the latest time I can place the print order to get them in time – so we need to act fast. You need to send an email to a.instone@fylinghall.org stating how many copies you need and whether you want the price added to your school bill or have paid in Cash to the Office this week or by BACS.

You can order more than one of course! 

You’ll receive your book(s) on PRIZEGIVING DAY, Saturday 9th July. (If you miss the day, you can collect from school afterwards).

Ayd Instone, Head of Curriculum Enrichment and Communications



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