At last some sunshine this week! The allotment has sprung to life, as have the flower beds around our School, giving a warm welcome to old and new visitors. Lots of exciting lessons have been held outdoors.
On Wednesday evening parents came to a presentation about our year five / six plans and expectations. The evening was also an opportunity for parents to discover which class children would be in for the the academic years 2013/2014, and with which teachers. Mrs Healy and Mr Wallis provided a delicious range of mini quiches, tempting pineapple upside down cake, and hearty bread pudding. There was an exciting selection of science experiments, with the "Big Bang" probably being the favourite.
Badgers have been working hard on their Enterprise Extravaganza, for the Summer Fayre. Rabbits have been overrun by wood lice, who moved even faster than some of our Marathon runners! Squirrels have been studying Mother Teresa, and were all awarded their own Nobel Peace certificates for specific kind deeds. Otters have had a busy week doing their Phonics Tests, but have also had a lot of fun creating lovely paper mache heads!
Hedgehogs have moved most things into their new room, and are settling into their bright environment.
Hamsters have enjoyed outdoor fun in the sun.
Remember: Summer Fayre on Saturday 12.00 - 3.00pm.