Sunday was a simply perfect day to have an Easter Egg hunt and our first barbecue of the year. With its flowing streams, rope swings, woodlands and lush green grass, Great Woods at Ramscombe was so tranquil, even with 27 children and a dog!!! What a fantastic way to end the term and we look forward to many more days like this next term. The boarders and staff would like to wish you all a very happy Easter and enjoy the holidays.
A word for our resident pooch!
What a jolly week this has been – the school has been full of music and it has certainly added a
spring to my paws. It has also been a week of birthdays. I think I mentioned recently that my birthday
is in May; I will be two years old. I’ll let you know the exact date nearer the time in case you want to
send me a card. One of my boarding friends celebrated her 13th birthday on Monday, and what a
celebration it was. I would like to have a party like that when I’m a little older. However, for this year
I am hoping to get plenty of cards, some doggie treats and some toys. A small party wouldn’t go
amiss, though (hint, hint Mrs Masters)!
I don’t know about you, but I’m looking forward to the Easter
Holidays. In the first week I am going to Cornwall, and having
visited a couple of times before, I know that means lots of
beach play. I can’t wait to relax in the hot tub at my lodge in
the evenings. For the Easter weekend I will be staying with a
relative of mine, Noah the miniature Daschund, in the Lake
District. When I visited The Lakes last summer I went boating,
paddle-boarding and kayaking; I hope that this is repeated.
You must be thinking, ‘what a lucky pup’ I am.
Anyway, have a good one and see you all next term.