Only one month left until the end of the Summer Term... and so much still to do!
A quieter week this week, with lots of hard work being carried out in the classroom, and the mini bus getting a bit of a rest from all the sports tournaments...
We have been making the most of our lovely school grounds, with older children joining younger ones in sports on the field, and outdoor science activities for Early Years children.
Our oldest children in Year 6, who will soon be leaving Eaton Bray Academy, have been thinking about things they would like to do to commemorate their time with us. As they are our very first Year 6 group, they felt it would be lovely to plant a tree for future generations of Eaton Bray children to enjoy, so on Friday, they all went off to Frost's Garden Centre with Mrs Hounslow and Mr Potton and chose a rowan tree which will produce plenty of red (EBA colour) berries all through the winter.
Meanwhile, the Hamsters' garden outside the Pre-School building is in full bloom, and is looking beautifully colourful.
Our School Choir have been rehearsing hard for their appearance at the Edlesborough Church "Choirfest", which takes place at 2pm this Saturday, at St Mary's, Edlesborough - "The Church on the Hill." Do come along and enjoy the tuneful afternoon - there is no charge for entry, and the children would really appreciate your support!
On the last Saturday in June, there will be our "Family Fun Day", when hopefully, many families will join us for fun, food and frivolities.
The following Saturday is the Village Carnival. Our amazing theme is "Titanic." Hopefully our ship won't sink, but will be bright, jolly and a wonderful sight. It would be lovely if as many of you as possible could join us for all these very important village events.
Finally, we were in celebration mood on Friday, as we heard on Thursday that our student teacher, Mrs Clark has completed her teacher training, and has been assessed to be an outstanding teacher! We are all delighted for her as she has worked so hard, and certainly deserves her success. Many congratulations to Mrs Clark!