B Cador: March 2017
We enjoyed sharing our Easter Service yesterday morning with songs, poems, stories and prayers. The children were wonderful presenters of the Easter story in its different forms and shared their excitement about Easter in their uplifting singing of 'Easter Jubilation' and 'I'm a spring chicken...and I'm having a ball' complete with actions, which brought a smile to everyone's face!
It was lovely to be able to welcome so many of our parents and grandparents into such a beautiful setting as St Margaret's Church and we kindly thank Roger Owen from the church for his warm welcome.
It is the end of a short but very busy term and, while the Easter weekend is still two weeks away, I would like to take this opportunity on behalf of all at Wrenbury Primary School to wish you a HAPPY EASTER.
Do take time out to enjoy spring's bright blue skies, the Hawthorn tree blossom, the rich pinky-red of the Flowering Current and the array of colours of the Camelias in flower, the daffodils, crocus and forget-me-nots, the sunshine when it arrives, the chocolate and, most importantly, your family time!
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