The first week back from half term holiday has zoomed by already. Our key stage two children have been swimming, and had a thoroughly enjoyable time. On Wednesday Rabbits Class had session of tag rugby, kindly run by one of our governors. The class photos have been taken, by one of our talented staff, and were able to be taken outside, thanks to the wonderfully hot start to the week.
This week our foundation subject has been history. Younger children have been investigating old toys - one of them was a bear from war time. Older children have gone back to Roman times, and even re-enacted a battle scene, on the field. A Badger surprised us all, when he walked around the School, dressed in full Roman soldier dress!
Our allotment is producing items for the School kitchen already, and so far rhubarb, herbs and strawberries have made their way into our kitchen. Do come along to Eaton Bray Open Gardens on Sunday 14th June, from 12-5.oopm, when our School will be open, and cream teas will be available. It will be a busy weekend, as on the Saturday, 12-2.30pm, we are holding our annual summer fete. There will be lots of stalls, games, barbecue and refreshments, so make a note in your diary - we would be delighted to see you. You will be impressed by our wonderful School, and be able to appreciate how much hard work everyone has put in, over the past year.