September has flown by, as we have all been extremely busy having fun and working hard. Our art pictures are almost ready to be framed, so start saving up so that you can purchase your child's work of art. The pictures will be beautifully framed, and would make ideal Christmas gifts!
Our Quiz Night on Saturday was a tremendous success. Thanks to all who helped to organise this event.
Now, on to the subject of food! The children have been treated to delicious chocolate cake at lunch. You are now probably remarking, "I thought Eaton Bray was a Healthy School." Well, the secret ingredient was beetroot... and the children loved it!
On Tuesday mornings, Hamsters have been enjoying a "Sounds Like Fun" music session with the "Music Man" from Bedfordshire Music. They have been using instruments, singing songs and playing music games. It certainly does sound like fun!
In the Main School this week, our younger children have been travelling the World with Barnaby Bear. On Thursday, Squirrels went to India on a plane, for an early Diwali celebration. That is why there were tea lights in the classroom instead of electric lights, as the children decorated the room and pathways with Rangoli patterns.
Rabbits have been exploring Aboriginal art, whilst closer to home, older children have been exploring the School grounds, with a visiting expert from the Greensand Trust.