B Cador: March 2016
What a lovely afternoon we all had at school yesterday! The sun shone, the cakes arrived and afternoon tea was prepared for our Junior Bake-off! The hall looked fantastic with its bunting and tables decorated with spring flowers and Easter activities. The Y6 classroom was converted into a showroom of beautifully decorated cakes made by children from KS1 and 2, awaiting judging.
A village trail was on offer to all those who fancied a stroll through the village looking for answers to clues, with an Easter egg as a prize for their effort. A very big thank you to Rosemary Mulliner, Helen Smith and Eddie and Diane Forshaw who judged the wonderful cakes. They had a very tricky job!
Congratulations to our Junior Bake-off winners:
Photos of our Bake-off winners with their fantastic cakes will be put up in school.
Well done, too, to Jessica Base 2 (and her mum) on winning the Easter Raffle Hamper.
A huge thank you to FOWs for all the work that went into organising the event.
A very big thank you, too, to Ms Huntington, Mrs Rowlands, Miss Smith and Mrs Vukovich for supporting the event on behalf of staff, along with Mrs Cador, and to all those in our school community for coming along, joining in the fun and making the event such a success.
Look out for what FOWS have in store for us next and do come along and join in the fun!
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