Month: May 2019
Primary seven quickly realise that catching a ball with two racquets is much harder than hitting a ball with just one!
Congratulations to the primary seven pupils and their families on these fantastic replica evacuation suitcases, packed full of interesting objects and thoughtful details. Original? No. Authentic? Absolutely!
Don’t panic, Natalia’s grandfather’s WW2 weapon has been glued inside its case. But we could all still have a hold to feel how heavy it is! Okay for a few seconds, but to carry this along with all the other gear he would have needed as a soldier would have been a struggle. Thank you to Natalia and her family for sharing an exciting primary source!
Wish we could be outside on the meadows everyday!
Interesting information, exciting exhibits, worst weather ever and perfect pupils. A day out at the museum of flight for the ww2 experience is always top class.
Thank you to our VIP guest, Mr Wright, for judging the very splendid rationing recipes in our grand final!
The highest scoring entry was Carys’ Irish soda bread, with over 90 points!
But sweet toothed Mr Wright selected an eggless sponge by Fraser and a pancake cake by Laila as his joint winners!
A big well done to all of our bakers. And a huge thank you to all of the families for supporting!