Another busy week! Tuesday was a day of adventure for our older children who went to Totternhoe School, for an extra-curricular netball afternoon. On Tuesday morning, we had our last Sharing Assembly for this term and celebrated it with Wallace and Gromit! It was lovely to see so many boys who had been helpful at tidying up, and being pleasant, in general.
Our key stage one pupils played tag rugby, and also had multi-skills and tennis lessons. Swimming for our older children provided a welcome "cooling" lesson in the pool.
In Foundation topic this week, there have been an array of "emerging forms", ranging from butterflies to elephants!
Our allotment lettuces are now providing the basis for School salads, and we await the ripening of our tomatoes. The children's verdict on the cabbages and beans was unanimously "delicious!"
Next week, we are holding a Sponsored Walk, so please sponsor generously. The money will go towards playground markings and games. Plans for both School and Nursery playgrounds are practically complete, and hopefully we will return in September to lots of new treats.
On Saturday 4th July, our School will participate in the Three Villages Carnival procession, and our float pictures etc are almost complete. Do come along and see us in all our splendour - no more can be said, as we aim to surprise you all, on the day.