B Cador: April 2016
On a sunny afternoon, what a pleasure to potter outside and see some magical moments:
A huge thank you to our parent volunteers for supporting us in enriching the education of our children.
We loved the pond dipping. We've got a very healthy pond (thanks to FOWS); tadpoles, leeches, Caddis lavae, water fleas and much, much more! Thanks to Rachel Ashley and Jo Greenhough for their time in taking each class out for a pond dipping session — the children thoroughly enjoyed the sessions and learnt such a lot from the first-hand experience.
Thank you to our mystery reader, Mr C, who shared a lovely story with Base 1. It helps to get us hooked on books and there's nothing better than a good story!
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