Another fun-fuelled week is well documented in this week's Newsletter as the final chapter to another tremendous term closes.
Yesterday I had a blast as Reception’s Mystery Reader - not only was my office as a venue and me as the reader a mystery to the children but the chosen book was a mystery to all … well, with the exception of Mrs Fidler and Mrs Gray who had selected it! “The Book With No Pictures” was new to me and I soon found out why they had chosen to keep it secret: such a simple and effective concept which I won’t spoil for you if you haven’t read it to a young child - we all had a great laugh!
Talking of laughs, Comic Relief has been enjoyed from different standpoints today – and that’s not including watching the staff in House Music rehearsals! Here’s a one-liner I heard: “If I got 50p for every time I failed a maths test, I’d have £6.30 by now”, and in the interests of an early seasonal joke: “What does the Easter Bunny get for making a basket? Two points like everybody else.”
So the final hours have passed in a marvellously marauding musical mêlée and we enter a surreal quiet where something doesn’t feel quite right? Then the penny drops and the full realisation hits that the children have gone – and for quite some time! It’s the school holidays. Have a great time with your families over Easter.
Musicians Tackle Compositions in SCYO Course
26 April 2018
Golfing Success for King's Schools
18 April 2018
Pupils Empowered at Annual House Music Competition
11 April 2018
Pre-Prep Travel the World in Search of Easter Traditions
31 March 2018
Pupils Recreate Favourite Book Characters for Potato Challenge
28 March 2018