Tuesday morning was started with our Sharing Assembly, when children from each class celebrated their success with parents and friends. Hamsters' puppet show provided the finale.
Wednesday afternoon went swimmingly for our year three and four children who visited Tiddenfoot Pool in Leighton Buzzard.
We had a second wonderful visit from an extremely kind Muslim parent, who shared artifacts and food with us. The spicier foods were washed down with delicious, cool mango juice. A big thank you from us all!
During Friday's Choices, some children had a demonstration of how to use a selection of tools to make our own name plaques, for the chickens. The children had the unique idea of displaying photographs and information in CD cases, which will then be mounted and painted on painted and varnished plaques. The favourite part was sand papering the rough edges. Look out for them by the chicken run soon.