Mrs Chapman-Brown: June 2015
I am sure all the Year 2 parents have heard lots and lots of news about our lovely Residential visit to Tattenhall. Everyone had a super time and the children must all be congratulated for their excellent behaviour. The weather was superb which made our walk and scavenger hunt even more enjoyable. The children drew some fabulous sketches of the castle and then went on to make their own 3D castles which I'm sure you were all impressed with.
In the evening Mr Chapman-Brown ran a football training session and there were lots of Maradonna turns and Rainbow back kicks? Apologies if that's not quite the correct term!!
At the ice cream farm we had lots of fun playing golf, swinging very high on the basket swing and zooming down the zip wire. The ice cream was amazing too, especially as it was so hot!
Thank you to Miss Smith, Mr Eaton and Mrs Everall for all your hard work and help.
Back in school the Year 1 's also had a great time in Base 1. Today they tool Sunny, our resident meerkat around the school and wrote stories about his visit to Wrenbury school. He had a brilliant time !!
Have a lovely weekend and enjoy the sunshine.
Mrs Chapman-Brown and Mrs Everall.
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