On Thursday 11th September we celebrated the enrolment of our new pupils by planting more than 100 daffodil bulbs on our school grounds. This is an annual event and each spring we enjoy the host of golden daffodils and spring flowers which grow around our school.
The pupils also had an opportunity to see the horse chestnut tree which was grown from a chestnut in 1987 and planted just inside the gate as a sapling 25 years ago. This is the first year that the tree has produced horse chestnuts or “conkers” and each class got a chestnut which they can plant. Maybe in another 27 years, the pupils in 2041 will have the opportunity to see the first chestnuts on another tree!
I’m excellent, fabulous, great as can be!
Astoundingly splendid. Yes, seriously!
I’m wickedly wondrous to such a degree,
That I’m out of this world. I can see you agree!
Breathtakingly super, a sure guarantee,
There’s no one as peachy or first class as me!
Phenomenal homework comes most easily,
So why is last week’s marked in red with an ‘E’?
1. The camels breath is the smelliest in the animal kingdom!
2. The squid has the biggest eyes of everything that lives in the ocean.
3. The blue ringed octopus can kill a human in 15 mins.
4. A poem, Jill’s drill
There once was a girl called Jill ‘
She worked with a power drill,
She hit her head,
Then she was dead,
And her parents had to pay the bill.
5. And if all that didn’t cheer you up here is a fact:
CHRISTMAS IS COMING!! ( well its 310 days away!)