So this is Christmas, and what have you done? If you take that in the literal sense, rather than John Lennon’s rather frustrated view of how the world was (can be?) when he wrote it, then it is easier to turn it around and say what Christmassy things haven’t we done recently!! The answer would be “very few”.
Sometimes double doses can be an unpleasant chore but when it comes to treats such as Nativity plays, Christmas lunches, carols, Christmas parties, pantomimes, mince pies and general Christmas cheer, the fact that I have had double rations of most of these is one of the benefits of this position: starting with the charming Nursery Nativity last Friday I have been to 13 Christmas events in the last week.
This edition of the weekly newsletter is festooned with photographs true to the idiom that a picture paints a 1000 words and I very much hope they bring a smile to your face. There is a great deal of effort and consideration from so many people to make this all possible and the King’s Hall family heads into the Christmas break swathed in a warm blanket of fellowship and seasonal love for each other.
That’s it from me for a few weeks. I hope you have a wonderful Christmas and a purposeful start to 2017 when it comes.
Author Emma Carroll surprises our book clubbers
23 September 2017
Pour l'amour du français
22 September 2017
Captain Pug author Laura James opens our Pre-Prep library
18 September 2017
Years 7 and 8 swim, cycle and run their way to triathlon glory
11 September 2017
All aboard the Flying Scotsman!
7 September 2017