B Cador: December 2016
Another Christmas tradition was celebrated yesterday as we all tucked into our delicious Christmas Lunch.
We gave up a little bit of the usual maths and literacy morning to a little creativity and made Christmas hats. Mrs Winward worked really hard to make all the staff an elf hat to wear!
With carols playing in the background, the hall was full of good-hearted Christmas cheers and it was lovely for everyone to be able to really enjoy this year's Christmas lunch together. (Last year, you may remember we had some visitors and their presence put a bit of damper on the staff being able to enjoy the time with the children in a relaxed way!)
A huge thank you to Sharon and Liz for all the preparation and to all the staff involved in making it a lovely festive affair!
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