Festive Fun at Pennywell Farm
Just before Christmas our Nursery pupils enjoyed a magical mystery trip to Pennywell Farm.
On arrival, they were greeted by some very happy elves who showed them to Noah’s Barn. It was a haven for the children who could have easily spent the entire day there. From bouncy castles to merry-go-rounds, there was something for everyone to enjoy.
Following some much-deserved playtime, the pupils hopped on the Candy Train, ready for a deliciously fun adventure! Safely strapped in, the children enjoyed not one but five trips around Candy Land! There were smiles and laughter throughout – especially when entering gingerbread territory (unfortunately this was not edible!).
After their eventful train ride it was then time to tuck into a delicious Christmas picnic of sandwiches, sausages, and chocolate biscuits (an odd yet delicious treat!). Then came the magical part – a live nativity in which the children could take part! This was met with great enthusiasm, and our children soon found themselves in the roles of innkeepers, flying angels and wise princesses. It was a very fun and enjoyable experience for all.
To round off the day’s events, there was only one thing left to do. And so with excitement in their hearts and a spring in their step, the pupils travelled all the way to the ‘North Pole’ in search of Father Christmas. Overjoyed to have finally arrived at Santa’s Grotto, each child received a special present and shared their wish list with Mr Claus himself.
Nursery teacher, Hannah Hammond, said: “There is no better way to warm the heart than taking the wonderful Nursery children out to celebrate Christmas. It was a truly magical day for all.”
Published on: Thursday, January 1, 1970